Norris Campground

Mammoth-Norris Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States | Campground
 

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Day 21: Geyserville

A travel blog entry by not.far.now

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... doesn’t have the amenities like laundry, showers, or camp store that our previous one had. So after setting up camp, we drove into town and had pizza. It was good, but probably not quite as good as the pizza we had at Capitol Reef. While we were eating, a thunderstorm rolled through (we were eating outside under a canopy, but still occasionally got wet). We were just HOPING that our tents ...

Happy Independence Day!

A travel blog entry by wordmom

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4th of July breakfast in Yellowstone... Pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, homemade banana bread! We had a great night's rest after a couple of hours playing Apples to Apples (and laughing till we couldn't breathe). Now we are ready to explore! Today was majestic and magnificent! It's difficult to wrap your head around the fact that you are truly in the wild amongst some marvelous creatures... not ...

Looking for Yogi & Boo-Boo

A travel blog entry by wordmom

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... illegal to bring them over the state line. :-p As we started out again the 30%25 chance of thundershowers prediction became 100%25. It actually was really good timing because our poor Eagle was pelted with every bug imaginable as we crossed over the mountains.  We have now settled in at the beautiful Yellowstone National Park. This will be our longest stay during the trip. We are looking forward to 3 days/2 nights in the same ...

The Scary Porcupine

A travel blog entry by wcattell

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... morning I discovered a bison in my lane heading the same direction I was travelling albeit at a much slower place, apparently when I went to go around him he took offence to it and chased me for a short period before returning to his previously leisurely pace. On the way to old faithful there were a number of thermal areas, with deep boiling ponds of clear blue water or areas of bubbling mud. The blue clear blue ponds looked very inviting with the cold ...

Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by laura_pier

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... of the ride. It's the traditional way to end a ride at the Roosevelt Corral. Funny things a park employee we spoke with today told us tourists have asked her over the years: "I'm in a hurry can you turn the geyser on now?" "We're trying to get to sleep. Can you turn the wolves off?" "What time do you let the animals out each day?" "At what altitude does an elk turn into a moose?" When Ron worked here these people were known to the staff as tourons. (tourist + moron = touron) ...

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This campground, located on Mammoth-Norris Road, Yellowstone National Park, is near Artist Paint Pot Trail, Norris Geyser Basin, Grand Loop Road, and Old West Dinner Cookout.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding