Campfire Lodge Resort

155 Campfire Lane, West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758, United States | Campground
 

Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

God I hate tourists, and irony

A travel blog entry by ianjordan

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... and expensive. I blame the tourists. Tourists are mongrel *******s.

I appreciate the irony, and I don't care. I still hate them, especially the ones in RVs. I want to punch them in the groin.

We had a bit of a wait for the eruption so we sat in the sun and waited and waited... Eventually the seats filed up with long sock and sandal wearing former hippies ignoring their screaming offspring.

Anyhow, Old ...

Spring Time in Yellowstone ...

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel

2
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... To that end I test the temperature of the tires, hubs, brakes, each time we pull up for a rest stop… I’ve always used a point and shoot temperature gauge to test with… I follow the tire, brake, and hub temperatures to look for spikes that might mean a problem… my ...

Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by maynardboyz

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... to to old faithful first by a jackknifed and also by a herd of bison We just arrived to. See it stop erupting. So we waited one hour to see it blow its top. And it was very steamy . Then when we got back to the RV everybody was super ...

Grand Teton & Yellowstone NP

A travel blog entry by billingsfamily

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Journeyed from Idaho Falls about 100 miles to Grand Teton NP (Wyoming) Entry point is picturesque town of Jackson Hole, a busy tourist destination full of curiosity shops and gifts etc Fantastic views of mountains surrounding large plains. We went off the main drag and followed gravel roads that Lynne had looked up. We got close to Bison and took a short walk to an old barn that is in all the ...

Lookout, that geyser's gonna blow!!!!

A travel blog entry by eaz

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... frigid 2 degrees celsius (gulp)... We all bundled up warm with about 8 layers each, and when the last log had burnt in our campfire, we joined Zozo in the tent.

In the morning we discovered from a park ranger that keeping Zoe's milk in the tent may have put us all at risk! Subadult bears (just a fancy term for baby bears) can sniff out perfumes, dirty pots and pans and pounce! The camp host volunteers made sure ...

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