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Old 06-10-2009, 02:47 PM   #15
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We were there last August and stayed at Fishing Birdge. We have a 38 foot RV and pull a standard Ranger Pick Up. I like full hook ups but we really did not need them for the three nights we were there. Woke up to light snow one morning.
We took the truck on three different routes each day and boy was it wonderful. Each day was a new experience. Suire would like to be there right now.
Fishing Birdge is like many of the tight parks but who cares. We were only sleeping as we had so much to do each day. Forget TV reception and who needs it anyway, you are in Yellowstone for goodness sake!
As I said, we really could do with out the hook ups but Fishing Bridge is very convient for splitting the park into sections and do a little each day. We did the fast tour but brace yourself for a time you will remember. If you have a four legged pouch like we do, keep them close as they are bears, wolfes and other wild life. Ours loved barking at the bison when they were real close to the truck. Shut up already!

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Old 06-15-2009, 11:11 AM   #16
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We stayed at Fishing Bridge also . Great centralized place to take off for daily bike rides. We were there in August and it would be cold in the a.m. ... if you go in the spring, take plenty of warm clothes . we wore leathers and chaps in the a.m. then as the sun came out were able to peel off some layers.

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Old 06-15-2009, 02:13 PM   #17
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Not knocking fishing bridge----but ----it's pricey for what you get; bakers hole on the other hand; about 1/3 the cost, you have room to put out your awning and its not in your neighbors camper. Only drawback, there is no sewer hookups, does have a dump, so that should not be a problem. You pays your money and takes your choise. about 3 miles to yellowstone entrance; so not much farther than fishing bridge.
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Old 06-18-2009, 01:15 PM   #18
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We went to Bridge Bay Campground last July without reservations. We initially stayed in a forest service campground about 10 miles east of the east entry. We were up early and arrived at Bridge Bay at 8 AM. The gal at registration gave me a choice out of 6 sites that would accommodate my 36 foot DP. Initially, they would only give me 4 days and told me to come back in 2 days, when she agreed that I could stay longer. There are no services, pure boondocking and we loved it. The secret is to get there EARLY in the day.

On the way in, stop at the museum in Cody for 2 days (entry is good for 2 days) and also stop at the TeePee built by Buffalo Bill Cody to house his guests going from Cody to Yellowstone via horse back. Nice but rustic.


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