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I stayed here for 3 nights. When I arrived at the campsite in late May, there was snow all around and the place designated for the tent could barely be seen under it. I asked the camp host help and the wife rode back with...More
Stayed at this campground for two nights in mid June. We reserved two nights before we left on holiday. The campground is convenient for exploring the Canyon area but it is heavily treed and consequently dark. Our reserved site fit our 17 foot trailer with...More
I've stayed here twice and expect to do it for a third time and beyond. When I arrived the first week of June, 2017, the staff was beside themselves trying to recover from a sudden and unexpected 1.5 feet of snow. They were extremely apologetic...More
They have all the facilities you need to camp safely at Yellowstone. Bear boxes to save your food, drinking water, a place to clean your dishes, clean bathroom and showers. Each camping site is big enough for a family and the trees separate the camping...More
We camped in a pop up trailer. Typically we're tent campers and prefer something more remote and private.
The sites were well spaced and even though this was still considered high season, the campground and park did not seem overrun with tourists.
Nicely located in...More
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Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation... More
Greetings! Yes, the campground loops and main road at Canyon Campground are all paved. The campground is graded with the upper loops, E and F, being higher up in elevation, and the A and B loops being lower in elevation. Having been located at site B50, right off the main campground road, we would regularly see bike riders whizzing down the hill, which was quite entertaining and slightly terrifying! You would be able to access the amphitheater via bicycle from any campsite. Have fun!