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The 10 Best Places for National Park Camping

US News & World Report - Travel Logo By Marisa Méndez of US News & World Report - Travel | Slide 2 of 13: You'll find more than 2,000 campsites at Yellowstone National Park, which occupies parts of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. The Madison Campground (located in northwest Wyoming) is a particular favorite for past campers who called the site "beautiful" and noted it was wonderfully maintained. Several also remarked that it was close to plenty of attractions. Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake all sit within 40 miles of the campground. But if you want to stick close to your temporary home, you'll find the Harlequin Lake, Terrace Springs and Purple Mountain trailheads within 2 miles of the site.Madison welcomes visitors seasonally, usually from late May through October. It has 278 sites for tent camping, recreational vehicle camping or a combination of both. Features include trash collection, food lockers, potable water, flush toilets and a dump station; however, showers are not available. (Note: There are no electricity, sewage or water hookups at Madison.) Ice and firewood are sold nearby. The nightly fee is $28 per site.

Madison Campground: Yellowstone National Park

You'll find more than 2,000 campsites at Yellowstone National Park, which occupies parts of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. The Madison Campground (located in northwest Wyoming) is a particular favorite for past campers who called the site "beautiful" and noted it was wonderfully maintained. Several also remarked that it was close to plenty of attractions. Mammoth Hot Springs, Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake all sit within 40 miles of the campground. But if you want to stick close to your temporary home, you'll find the Harlequin Lake, Terrace Springs and Purple Mountain trailheads within 2 miles of the site.

Madison welcomes visitors seasonally, usually from late May through October. It has 278 sites for tent camping, recreational vehicle camping or a combination of both. Features include trash collection, food lockers, potable water, flush toilets and a dump station; however, showers are not available. (Note: There are no electricity, sewage or water hookups at Madison.) Ice and firewood are sold nearby. The nightly fee is $28 per site.
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