Fishing Bridge RV Park (Yellowstone National Park)
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Good thing about the park is the forest and the people are friendly. After that it is pretty sad. No privacy whatsoever. We had people we didn't know basically sitting in our camp. The spaces are small compared to others. No tables. Probably won't stay here again.
Stayed there 6 nights in a 5th-wheel. Have never seen spaces so small. We couldn't put our awning out due to a large evergreen right outisde our door. Had to find the sweet spot when locating the final RV loaction on our site between our neighbors slide and the telephone pole. Had about 6" to spare on each side. No grass or common space to speak of. The roads are full of pot holes large enough to break an axel. The entire park is just run down and needs attention. Would not stay here again.
This campground is an excellent central location for seeing the sights in Yellowstone National Park. Note that only hard sided RV are allowed due to bears in the area. We have a 40 foot motorhome and it was a tight fit. Not many sites are available for large rigs and they are reserved early in the year.
Don't stay long enough to dump
Very clean but too tight for bigger rigs. Sewer site was uphill and no way to make it drain.
Cheek to Jowl
These are the smallest sites we have ever been in. You are really cheek to jowl with your neighbor. Be sure you give them the size of your RV because they custom fit you to the site. There was no electricity when we were there so the cost was reduced. There is water, but you need a pliers to get the water on tight enough and then get it off.
Showers are $3.50; there is a laundry but I didn't check the cost. There are no fires allowed, no picnic tables (where would you fit the in?). Be sure you make your own registration by calling; there is someone who has a website and charges to make the reservation but all he does is call. You can't make reservations on line. And it does seems to be important to make reservations! We were lucky to get into campgrounds in Yellowstone even in September. I had made a reservation here but lucked out when we moved to another one.
There is fishing just up the road and a nice, small museum in the area. There is also an RV parts and repair place very near.