Yellowstone Country Campgrounds – Montana Campgrounds
Majestic mountains. Winding roads. Beautiful sunsets. Breathtaking views. Abundant wildlife. Clear streams. Blue skies. Fishing. Hunting. Skiing. Hiking. Camping. Rafting. Shopping. Sightseeing. Biking. Snowmobiling. Rodeos. Museums. Antique shops. Galleries. Theatres. Ghost towns. Yellowstone Country has it all!
Rough it in the back country or pick one of the many public and private campgrounds in Yellowstone Country. Most sites have a parking spur, table, fireplace, water and outhouse. Others provide such amenities as boat launches, swimming access, water slides, showers, toilets, laundry facilities, playgrounds and stores. Some sites are accessible to the handicapped or disabled.
While the northern gate to Yellowstone Park remains open to automobile traffic all year long, many of its most popular features, like Old Faithful and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone can only be reached on snowmobile, snowcoach, or cross country skis through the winter months. Yellowstone closes in early November to auto traffic, and reopens to over-snow traffic in mid-December. Spring closure of snow trails occurs in early to mid-march, and roads are generally open to cars by mid-April, weather permitting. Call Yellowstone National Park for up to the minute details: 307-344-7381.