Take your family on a camping trip that they’ll remember for a lifetime when you plan to stay in Yellowstone National Park. This travel destination draws thousands of visitors every year to soak up the beautiful landscapes and incredible wildlife that wander the park. If you are ready for a new escape this spring, don’t miss these tips for staying in Yellowstone National Park below.
Places to Stay
There are plenty of campgrounds scattered throughout the park, but some of the best for RVs include the Tower Fall Campground, pictured below, and the Fishing Bridge RV Park. Both of these parks feature beautiful views and spacious sites. However, the Fishing Bridge RV Park is closed to soft-sided campers like pop-ups and tent campers because of the area’s bear population. If you are looking to stay somewhere where bears are a little less common, plan your trip to Tower Fall Campground.
Things to See
Whether you’re looking to explore the local sites like the Mammoth Hot Springs or the beautiful pools that look like gemstones set in the landscape, you’ll never have enough time to explore it all. The wildlife that lives in the park is some of the most incredible and diverse in the country. You can see bison, elk, coyotes, bears, and even river otters splashing in the streams. Don’t forget to take your camera because you won’t want to miss these unforgettable sites.
If you want to spend a day working up a sweat, plan a biking trip through the park’s bike paths. You can also book horseback riding tours or other guided tours with the rangers to explore areas of the park you may not see otherwise. No matter how to plan to spend your days, there’s something for everyone at Yellowstone National Park.