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Norris campground has a lot going for it: Yellowstone looks like a giant figure 8 and Norris is where the two loops meet on the west side. This makes it in range for the mud volcano, Norris geysers, paint pots and it's only 45 minutes or so from Old Faithful. It also sits on a plain with a river that is perfect for fly fishing. Lastly, there are nice dinner guests. I was having lunch when Gandolf the Bison decided to saunter into the campsite across the road. He munched, I munched... we had an understanding. Only problem is that the nearest dump station (if you have an RV) is 20 miles away. Oh, well.
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Summer trip with two families, tent camping. Huge line up for sites at dawn, bring winter gear and wait outdoors with the friendly crowd. Dire to elevation its COLD at night. Pack layers and hats and heavy sleeping bags. Definitely invest in a serious sleep mat. Flush toilets, dish washing station, no hot water or showers. Be prepared! And enjoy the payoff! Best sites are along the winding Riverftont where you can do some fly fishing or icy body surfing (only bathing option). Easy walk to Norris Geyser Basin trailhead. Central location within Yellowstone for day tripping around the park. Definitely recommended for a couple nights of campfire fun.
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Let me start by saying that if over 150 reviews, and I do not receive, expect not accept discounts or payment for my reviews. Unfortunately, in the area where this hotel/restaurant/company is located, it seems like many reviewers have created their Tripadvisor solely for compensation - look at the number of reviewers whom ONLY have that one review.... when there are dozens of people with only 1, then I don't believe they are accurate/real. We arrived at 7am (we stayed in West Yellowstone,MT in an quench the night before). We were number 9 in line for a space. There were 2 Campground Hosts there. A portion of the camp site options were on a board... It has about 25 sites without a tag. In the end, there were about 60 sites which are opened up... Existing campers have until 11am to extend on their last morning... Which allows a new arrival camper to wait until 11 to select what's"left"... I saw that there are two WALK IN SITES available immediately (no tag on the board)and selected W14. Overview: there are three sections: Loop A Loop B Walk In The 2 loops have the campers car next to the tent/RV/trailer spot.and subsequently next to everyone else. The walk In has a parking lot, and you walk to your site.W14 was about 90 yards from the parking lot. Therefore, we never heard cars arriving, departing. We had a family to the left and a single camper to the right, with trees behind us, and the "river" in front of us about 20 yards away. Every site has a near bear 🐻 box, a fire pit, and a picnic table. The campground could do a much better job in educating campers About what's not to be burned.. For example allegedly paper napkins attract bears. I highly doubt it. The Campground Hosts (vvolunteers who receive free electric, septic hook up and a free site) walked around inspecting... There are only restrooms, NO SHOWERS. THEY do have a special sink for find dishes. There is no cell phone reception within two miles. We were there two nights and saw zero wild animals, nor did we hear any. It seemed that every site was given out by 8 am. It was very cold❄ at night cold❄. About 34F, 2C. There will be a lot of condensation in your tent in the morning. Tons of frost everywhere.
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we just drove in to use the restroom. The restroom is handicapped acessible. it's BIG, TILED with pretty tile, has pretty counters, the un-handicap toilet is big enough to turn around in. The campground looked spacious. It was quite a bit north of madison. There is a huge meadow next to it that should be gorgeous in the spring/early summer. The Ranger Museum is there. Fabulous museum. If you go there, go on the back porch and look at the gorgeous logs [2] with burls all over them. You know you want one. Sit on the porch in the rocker. Nice place to have in a campground.
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The campground was not full (September after labour day), but we still wait one hour to get a place (and there was just like 5 other people before us in the line..). We get the tiniest emplacement ever. We had to park our van on the road and had just a picnic table and a fire hole at like 1 foot fro the van. Clearly we didn't make a fire.... Otherwise, the campground is nice and surely more suitable for tents.
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