I've camped outdoors since i was a child in locations all over the south, southwest and mountain states, and I currently live in Utah which provides access to a lot of camping options. This past week I camped for the first time at Fishing Bridge with my wife and four kids. We enjoyed it. I've camped in places that feel like a parking lot. Fishing Bridge does not feel like a parking lot. You can see from one of my pics that the sites are big enough to accommodatre some large rigs. The store, visitors center, and lake are all within walking distance. There is plenty for kids to do around camp like ride bikes and make forts in the woods. We had a "front lawn" area outside our door with plenty of room for seating and enjoyed meeting our neighbors. We also cooked outside. The location is great for sight-seeing in the park. Yeah, fires are not permitted, but by the time we got back to camp every day we didn't really feel like staying up late with a fire. Note that I saw all sorts of unsuccessful sewer hookup arrangements to try to deal with the wall around the connection. Make sure you're ready to deal with that. I read some reviews before going and took some stuff that i hoped would work - and it did as you can see from one of my pictures. BTW, some posters have mentioned paying for showers. We got two free every day. The park also has a Yellowstone of old kind of feel. I recommend it and plan on staying there again.
- Also Known As:
- Fishing Bridge Rv Park Hotel Yellowstone National Park