Description

Got a mammoth RV that’s ready to rock? Then Mammoth Hot Springs Campground is your place to park it, with sites that are suitable for even the biggest mobile campers. Tent campers are also welcome here and with large pull through sites, a tiny tent will have plenty of room to spread out and cook up a killer meal in the provided fire pit and picnic table. These first-come, Continue reading...
Got a mammoth RV that’s ready to rock? Then Mammoth Hot Springs Campground is your place to park it, with sites that are suitable for even the biggest mobile campers. Tent campers are also welcome here and with large pull through sites, a tiny tent will have plenty of room to spread out and cook up a killer meal in the provided fire pit and picnic table. These first-come, first-serve sites are so damn close to Mammoth Hot Springs and the Gardiner River, you can hit hiking, fishing, or biking first thing in the AM; you might even pass elk or moose on your way around the grounds. Prime for RV’s, but perfectly suitable for all manner of campers, Mammoth Hot Springs is your spot for a larger than life, good time!
Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
85
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to people per site
Potable water available
Fires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Paddling
Wind sports
Snow sports
Swimming
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching
OHV
Climbing
Surfing
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Hipcamper Karolis
No recommendation provided

Amazingly we lucked out. Pulled in last minute here in July and obviously everything is booked way in advance, except!..... the motorcycle-only campsites! :) This is fairly big campground but tucked away in the most beautiful western setting surrounded by mountains with a river down below. Just a short stint down the road also takes you to hot springs where a river merges with natural hot springs. Make sure you go there - so untouched and beautiful.

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Hipcamper Mike
Recommends this listing

This is the closest campground to the Norris entrance to the park. Pretty chill campground. Be ready for elk and bison in your site. The herds tend to hang out in there in the cooler months

Hipcamper Jacob
Recommends this listing

These famous campgrounds in the National Parks must be booked months in advance for peak seasons, unless you get extremely lucky.

Hipcamper Emma
No recommendation provided

This campground is in the northern part of the park, so if you're coming in or leaving by way of Wyoming, this is the most convenient place to sleep! The bathrooms are very well-maintained and have running water. The spots, while they don't offer much privacy, are spacious especially if you have a tent instead of an RV. This campsite puts you at a prime location from which to explore the springs which are a major destination within the park. Since the campground is so close to the springs, you can get a leg up on the tourist bus crowds that start rolling in around mid-morning. The campsite is in a busier area and is surrounded by a road on both sides, so if you're looking for something a bit more remote, try Indian Creek or Tower Falls.

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Park
Yellowstone National Park
State
Wyoming
Phone Number
307-344-7381
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
44.973° N, 110.693° W
$20/night
Tent / RV / Trailer: 85 Sites
(Up to people per site)