We arrived at Fishing Bridge RV Park after a 539 mile drive from Lethbridge, Alberta. Needless to say, tired. The welcoming committee was terrific. They practically jumped over the counter to greet us...big smiles and very friendly. Certainly boosted my spirits! The site was nice enough, but small. I guess Xanterra sites are small in general...(the same was true at the Grand Canyon in AZ). Everything worked. We have a small 17' Casita Travel Trailer so our back in was no problem. No table for sitting out of doors. The only hitch was we thought we had reservations through the 2nd of August, but were checked in only through the 1st......no problem though....we had to move to another spot for our last day....but it seemed to be better spot, back-in.....but still no table. For the amount of time we spent in the trailer, none of this really mattered...we were gone for most of the day touring and hiking and getting into bison jambs.....so much fun... We certainly would stay here again in the future. Centrally located in the Park. You do need a hard sided camper or RV. No tents or fabric pop-ups allowed in this site due to bears...sorry...we didn't see one the whole time in Yellowstone! Bummer!
- Also Known As:
- Fishing Bridge Rv Park Hotel Yellowstone National Park