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Reviewed September 2, 2014

This campground is much more quiet than a lot of the other campgrounds in Yellowstone because there are not that many sites. Several of the tent only sites are right on the access road which probably would have been annoying but we had a great one that had enough trees so we couldn't see any of the other sites. We were also pretty close to the lake so we could go swimming. We were there for Labour Day weekend and the campground was not too busy. If we ever go back to Yellowstone we'd stay here again because when camping we are not looking for amenities. As far as outhouses go it was in great shape.

Date of stay: August 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank eepwa
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Reviewed August 4, 2014

It was the last campground open in the park. Was pouring rain when we got there. We got an ok site but most don't have tent pads and are on sloping ground (here comes the water....). They have an unenforced noise policy between 10 and 6 (no rv generators). We were up all night with cars driving through and generators as its a small area. Narrow roads and some site share a camp area. Bathrooms were clean though and its pretty. But we got annihilated by mosquitos. Thousands of them (maybe its all that rain, too).

Date of stay: August 2014
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1  Thank isthatyourdog
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Reviewed July 21, 2014

Decent location but primitive with little tent space. If you have a wife that cares about bathroom quality this is not the place to go. Bathroom was horrible. We had reservations at Grant but decided to check out Lewis Lake first. Left wife and kids here and went on to Grant to check out our campsite there. Grant site was great and when we came back to pick up wife and kids she simply said, "I am not staying here."

Date of stay: July 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
4  Thank Ralph S
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Reviewed July 9, 2014 via mobile

A great place to tent. Primitive facilities, meaning a block outhouse, no bath house. There is a good water source located at the main entrance. You are close to a park shower facility where for $3.50 you can get a hot shower and a park store for groceries, gas and souvenirs. Every night we heard the wolves and mornings elk.

Date of stay: July 2014
2  Thank phishrman
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Reviewed August 1, 2013

We tent camped here our first few nights in Yellowstone. The sites are way too close to each other. It looked like they tried to fit as many in as they could. It was very noisy. There were sites free when we arrived, but there were people driving around at all hours trying to find sites. My daughter and I were talking in normal voices in our tent after dark, and we heard a "SHHH!!" from a tent a few yards away from us (in an adjacent campsite). You could hear every sigh, grunt, sneeze, snore, and yell. A few nights later we camped at Indian Creek campground, and it was MUCH better. Skip Lewis Lake unless you have no other option.

Date of stay: June 2013
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank KCrowder
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