Tower Fall Campground

Address: Tower-Roosevelt-Canyon Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Tower-Roosevelt-Canyon Road, Yellowstone National Park, is near Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Tower Fall, and Trout Lake Trail.
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        Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park

        Day two at Yellowstone

        A travel blog entry by ctpage on Aug 11, 2015

        5 photos

        ... what we could see after the ambulance had gone and the road was reopened, he had gone through a barrier and down an embankment. It was a particularly scenic area, so maybe he had taken his eye off the road to take in the vista, or maybe it was a careless car driver who caused the mishap, we don't know. We enjoyed a beautiful 2 mile hike around Trout Lake, and apart from passing one other family heading the other way (we actually stopped and had ...

        Yellowstone on all her glory!

        A travel blog entry by ctpage on Aug 10, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... that does include about 20 minutes to find the actual trailhead, about 40 minutes for lunch (which we began about 3 minutes after finding said trailhead!), 10 minutes for Tony to run back to the car for his forgotten phone, and who knows how much time for about 10 toilet breaks, photo opportunities and snack breaks! It was a beautiful hike though and despite the fact that we were the only people on the trail jingling like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer with all our ...

        Yellowstone Day 2

        A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 23, 2015

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... br> Went to see "Old Faithful", a predictable geyser that send steam and water 30 metres into the air about every 90 minutes. We joined the throngs to watch, then walked all over the field, on boardwalks, looking at hot pools and geysers.

        There are more pools beside the road. Saw lots of bison - either huge single males or family groups of over 20 females and young. They cross the roads, with little heed for the cars. Then the Gibbon ...