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  1. Anna

    We were really pleased to get a spot reserved in Grant Campground when it opened for the season, only booking a week or so before. We camped in a 26′ travel trailer. This is a great location for exploring Yellowstone, particularly the south, lake areas, and Old Faithful. It is primitive camping, with a picnic table and fire ring at each spot. There are flush toilets and the restrooms have sockets so you can use your shaver/electric toothbrush. There is also a grey water sink, which I think is helpful. There are water spigots around the campground, as well as a dump station where you can fill your tank before entering.

    All the sites are under trees, and we were surprised to find there were very few mosquitos when we were there (mid June). The sites are big and generally level. The only down side is that mostly the sites are pretty tight with trees close in on both sides, so for us in our trailer it was a challenge and for a larger rig, particularly an A class I can imagine it being difficult, depending on your site.

    Up the road (short drive) there are pay showers and a very large laundry. The showers are operated by Xanterra and we felt they did a good job. You get two showers per night included in your camping fee, otherwise it’s a bit pricey at $4.10 for a shower, but having said that they are very clean, good water pressure, and there is no time limit on use.

    You can get wood at the camp store. We would definitely stay again.

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