Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Yellowstone National Park Mammoth Campground

Yellowstone National Park Mammoth Campground is a popular spot close to the Hot Springs Terraces geothermal area. The campground is in a good location. It is only a few miles from the Yellowstone entrance and close to the visitor center.

The proximity to the entrance, visitor center and store help to make this a very popular camping spot.

Mammoth Campground is open all year but reservations are not accepted. Camping spots are strictly available on a first come, first served basis.

Most of the camping spaces are pull-through and the fee is only $14 per night (as of the date of this article) and some sites are accessible. There aren't any electrical hook-ups but generators are allowed from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.

The Mammoth Campground is set against the stunning background of Yellowstone National Park. A prettier place to camp is hard to imagine.

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Visiting Yellowstone National Park
Beryl Spring
Old Faithful photo movie

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