Pebble Creek Campground

Northeast Entrance Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park

The World's First National Park - Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad


... around the predicted time for Old Faithful’s eruption. Old Faithful is named so because its the most predictable of all the geysers in the park (not the highest however), erupting approximately every 91 minutes with either a minor eruption (of less than a minute) or a major eruption (1 to 4 minutes in length). Having found out that the next possible viewing time was 11.27 (+ or – 10 minutes) we started our way slowly in that direction.


Geezers geezers everywhere but not a drop to drink

A travel blog entry by annarichard


... but no Steamboat eruption. Most geysers are sporadic and basically unpredictable, including Steamboat which can erupt to three times the height of Old Faithful -- but it isn't at all faithful. Which didn't matter, as there were steam vents and mud pots and instant death by being boiled alive everywhere you looked. No pets allowed in the whole Basin area -- as the crust can be very thin, so what appears to be safe could be just a ...

Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by laura_pier


... 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) ...

An interesting day to Lake Lodge

A travel blog entry by bartlind


... jump off a high mountain than with the plane tow. It took the shine off the wow wee experience.It was after midday before we headed off on our trip to Yellowstone. We stopped at Victor for a cuppa and a bite at a quaint little French/Belgium tea house. Sweet and yummy flans. Then the continuation of the ride up through the Teton Pass. We went ...

Yogi Where are you?

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen


... which was at the southern part of the park right on Yellowstone Lake. We did laundry in the village then went to the visitor’s centre while the clothes were in the machines. Chris was very interested in the Fire of 1988 and he saw there was a ranger talk on it that night at 7:30pm that he wanted to attend.

I looked after Zach and got him ready for bed and books etc so Chris could go. When he returned about an hour later he said it was a very basic talk ...


This campground, located on Northeast Entrance Road, Yellowstone National Park, is near Trout Lake Trail.
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