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Fishing Bridge RV Park


Fishing Bridge
Yellowstone NP, WY 82190
307.344.7311
info-ynp@xanterra.com
http://travelyellowstone.com/Fishing-Bridge-RV-Park-255.html
4 Reviews
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By camping here we were able to see every nook and cranny of Yellowstone. It was super. We will visit the park again. Staff as super and helpful. Could not have asked for better. The only thing a tiny irritating was even in late September, we were packed in like sardines. There should be a section for travelers with smaller trailers so we won't be squeezed in by the giant rigs.

Received from Sally for visit in Sep 2008


Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Not my favorite cg. Spots are tight, no picnic table or fires. But...all that being said, you are in the heart of Yellowstone. A buffalo (bison) strolled by as we were setting up our 31.5' 5er. Showers are $3. A bit steep. The sites are full hookup. Fortunately we were across from the restroom so we could use that parking area to get backed into our little spot. It's the only cg in the park with hook ups. No softsided stuff allowed.

 

Received from Ed H for visit in May 205


Site Number: A6
Stay Again? YES
Pros: You need to have a hard-side trailer to camp in Fishing Bridge because of possible bear visits, which we didn't experience, at least not in the campground. It's pretty KOA-like so not our preferred style of camping although it was perfect having full hookups and was a great base of operations for exploring Yellowstone. Yellowstone is a wonderful place. The wildlife is stunning, the thermal features, the scenery and the history. I can see why people rave about it. We rave about it now too! Oh, and on the way out we hit the highest elevation while towing: 9500 ft. over the Togwotee Pass. The Sequoia pulled just fine. Cons: The only downside is that it's so big and there's so much to see that you really can go back many times and see something new each visit.

   

Received from Paul H for visit in Jul 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We have just returned to Louisiana from a month-long odyssey, including Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota. We stayed at Fishing Bridge in our 24 ft. Airstream for a week.If you get a chance to go to Yellowstone, please do go. It is an amazing place. Fishing Bridge is provided with lots of conviences, including a store right around the corner, a good area for doing laundry, and a bank of coin-operated phones. It is true that the spaces are cheek-by-jowl, but there are lots of trees and you do not end up feeling as if you have parked in a WallMart lot. Cell phone service would be wonderful, but I did not have any cell service for nearly all of the trip--it came back only when we hit Texas. Those folks who stay somewhere in the park should probably get a break on the showers, as one writer suggested (either one free per person per day or at least a decent rate, perhaps $1.00). We did not use the showers since we have a miniscule (not "luxurious") shower in the Airstream. Most of all, I want to compliment the fine people who serve in the stores and behind the desks at Fishing Bridge. They were unfailingly courteous and helpful, as were the employees all over the park.

Received from Jean F for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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