Mammoth Yellowstone National Park Overview
Mammoth campground has 85 single-family campsites and is located close to Mammoth Hot Springs and the Gardner River in Yellowstone National Park. The campground is the only one in the park open year round.
Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs (ups to 75 feet). Fifty-one of the campsites have tent pads and most are pull-through sites. Each campsite also has a table, fire ring and grate. The campground also has shared food storage lockers.
Campground amenities include drinking water and flush toilets (vault too). A store, restaurant, gift shop, and showers are also located nearby.
Mammoth – Yellowstone National Park Area Recreation
Yellowstone National Park is world famous for its amazing geology, scenery, rivers, wildlife, fishing and those amazing geysers! Outdoor recreation includes hiking, biking, camping, wildlife viewing, photography, backpacking, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and much more. Also be sure to check out the famous Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces.
There are also 11 other campgrounds in Yellowstone National park including: Bridge Bay, Canyon, Grant Village, Indian Creek, Lewis Lake, Madison, Norris, Pebble Creek, Slough Creek, Tower Fall, and also Fishing Bridge.
Click Yellowstone Live – Campground Availability to check current availability of all Yellowstone National Park campgrounds.
- BBQ Grills
- Campfire Center
- Campground Host
- Campsite Tables
- Drinking Water
- Fire Pit
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Available
- Food Storage Locker
- Gift Shop
- Golden Age & Access Passports accepted
- Pets OK
- Picnic Tables
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets, Vault Toilets)
- Bird Watching
- Cultural Sites
- Fly Fishing
- Historic Sites
- Hot Springs
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Programs
- Nature Trails
- Ranger Program
- Visitor Center
- Walking Trails
- Wildlife Viewing
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190
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