Yellowstone National Park Lewis Lake Campground
3 rating
(3)
Location
Address: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190
GPS: 44.283, -110.627
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Local Directions: From town: Go 10 mi S on US-89.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-307-344-7381
Website: http://www.nps.gov/yell/index....

Open
Jun 16 to Nov 5
  Sites
85 RV Sites, 85 Tent Sites, 85 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $15.00

Facilities & Services
Vault Toilets

Recreation
Biking, Fishing, Hiking

Policies
Pets Welcome
Description
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This generator-free campground is located at the southeast shore of Lewis Lake, about 8 miles north of Yellowstone's south entrance. All sites are first-come first-served; traditionally this is one of the last campgrounds to fill in the park.

The campground is located on a tree-covered hill and is located just a short walk from the lower loop to the lake shore. While there are no official restrictions on the size of vehicles allowed, the campsites are small, few of which are 'pull through' sites. Potable water is accessible in the campground, and rest-room facilities are vault toilets. There is a picnic area on the entrance road to the campground.

Restaurants, gift shops, a gas station, and camper services can be found 6 miles north at Grant Village. Evening ranger programs are also located at Grant Village.
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Total Sites85
   
RV Sites85
   
Tent Sites85
No Hookup (85)
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  Hours Description Fees
Vault Toilets  
Recreation
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Average Rating
3 star rating
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3 star rating
Not fancy, but clean
moganv
Bronze
August 10, 2014
Beautiful location in pine forest, well maintained, but not deluxe accommodations. Community well, pit toilets. Good location to headquarter your tour of the park. Close to Old Faithful, Yellowstone Lake and the Grand Tetons.

We stayed here in a Tent.
 
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3 star rating
Beware of wildlife
Bob Vaughn
Elite
January 30, 2014
When we checked in at this campground, the ranger warned us that the night before a bear had attacked a guy sleeping in a tent because he had cooked his supper and did not clean up. The bear smelled the cooked food on his clothes and attacked him. We visited Old Faithful, Little Grand Canyon, sulfur pots, etc. It was a beautiful experience especially for the kids.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
 
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