Yellowstone is a magical place. The first national park in the world, it offers nearly 3,500 square miles of pristine parkland that spans areas of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Taking a Cruise America RV on a Yellowstone RV camping trip enables you to encounter roaming wildlife, try outdoor activities, and experience Old Faithful in complete comfort.
Because Yellowstone sits atop one of the largest volcanic fields on the planet, most of the world's geysers can be found within park boundaries. Awe-inspiring sites include the 20-mile-long Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, which showcases picture-perfect views at every turn and a chance to overlook Lower Falls, a 300-foot waterfall. You'll also find the world's greatest concentration of petrified trees at Specimen Ridge.
Early spring is a great time for Yellowstone RV camping because the prime tourism season is still weeks away. To help you save on Yellowstone RV campgrounds, Cruise America has teamed up with several companies that offer specials to our customers. Plus, you can download a free Renter's Assistance Guide from our site. If you have questions or would like to make a reservation, simply call us toll-free at 1-800-671-8042 or visit one of our Cruise America locations around the U.S.
At each of the five entrances to Yellowstone, RV parks are easy to find. Yet, the largest Yellowstone RV parks are located near the West Entrance, including these:
Yellowstone Park KOA (369 sites)
3305 Targhee Pass Hwy
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park (207 sites)
210 S Electric St
West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Twelve Yellowstone RV campgrounds are situated inside the park's boundaries. The National Park Service operates seven of these sites, and spaces must be secured on a first-come, first-serve basis. During peak season (July and August), Yellowstone RV campgrounds routinely fill up in the early morning. Meantime, Xanterra Parks & Resorts (1-866-439-7375; www.travelyellowstone.com) accepts reservations for the other five campsites, including the 344-site Fishing Bridge RV Park. It's best to make reservations for these Yellowstone RV campgrounds far in advance.
Boating and fishing are just two of the many ways in which you can enjoy your Yellowstone RV camping excursion. Take a guided boat trip, rent a canoe, or go angling for wild trout. Yellowstone RV campgrounds put you in the middle of nature, affording more opportunities to view wildlife in the early morning and evening hours. For a more authentic Yellowstone RV camping experience, you can explore the national park's designated backcountry campsite system, which takes you far away from popular Yellowstone RV parks. Yellowstone's Backcountry Office (phone: 307-344-2160) offers a special guide to planning a backcountry trip.
Whatever you choose to do on your vacation, Yellowstone RV camping with Cruise America lets you travel in comfort, at your own pace. Take your pick from our wide line of Four Winds motor home models and options. Make your Cruise America RV reservation online or call us toll-free at 1-800-671-8042.