In this episode of the podcast, we will talk about Yellowstone’s East, Northeast, and North entrance. In our last episode, you can hear about the drive from Glacier to West Yellowstone and all the things you can visit in West Yellowstone.
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Where to stay near the North Entrance of Yellowstone
- We stayed at Carbella Campground. 25 min outside of Gardiner – free
- Eagle Creek National Forest Campground in Gardiner, MT
- Private campgrounds in Gardiner
- Canyon Campground
Where to stay (and visit) near the Northeast entrance of Yellowstone
- National Forest Service Campgrounds
- Slough Creek campground and Pebble Creek in Yellowstone in the Lamar Valley
- Free boondocking spot further away
- Make sure you check out:
What should you visit in the North of the park?
Where to stay (and visit) near the east entrance of Yellowstone?
- Cody, WY
- We boondocked here (Spirit mountain rd – Free)
- There are multiple national forest campgrounds between Cody and the east entrance
- Buffalo Bill State Park
- Campgrounds inside park
- Cody Stampede Rodeo
- Buffalo Bill Center of the West
What should you visit in the east and central parts of Yellowstone?
- Sylvan pass
- Sylvan Lake
- Lake Butte Overlook
- Yellowstone Lake
- Mud Volcano Trail
- Sulphur Cauldron
- Hayden Valley
- Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
- Canyon Village for services