Visitors from the Northwest will likely consider this the primary entrance for Yellowstone National Park. Snowcapped mountains, forested plateaus, and sagebrush flats mix into the whole for changing scenery all along the route. Wildlife and dramatic geologic features add to the attraction of the area. Buffalo, elk, and deer are seen frequently both within and outside the park. Since Yellowstone National Park is so close, campers should settle in long before noon.
This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Bakers Hole, Rainbow Point, Cabin Creek, Beaver Creek, Cliff Point, Hilltop, Wade Lake, Madison River, West Fork, Palisades, Ruby Creek, Bear Creek, Red Mountain, Ruby Reservoir, Cottonwood, Mill Creek, Branham Lakes, Potosi, Lonesomehurst, Cherry Creek, Spring Creek, Upper Lake, and River Marsh.
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