Fishing Bridge RV park is pretty dismal, but it does pack a lot of vehicles into a very small area, reducing the overall population pollution. Vehicles are parked ten to fifteen feet apart, and campers are subjected to the various noises, fumes, and other disturbances found in a tightly packed space. But, it does have water, electricity and sewer, and most people ... me included ... don't spend a lot of time sitting around in the campground. Did I enjoy the campground? No.
Would I go back? It's not that bad, and it does have the amenities I mentioned. It's expensive, though, for what you get. In retrospect, I think I would chose another, less crowded, and perhaps less developed campground, but I'm not such a thing exists today in Yellowstone.
- Also Known As:
- Fishing Bridge Rv Park Hotel Yellowstone National Park
- Fishing Bridge RV Park Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming