Visit Bend, Oregon this year? Rent a tent camper and go explore America’s West like Yellowstone National Park. This ten day camping adventure is filled with Bison, hot springs and wild and scenic adventures for the whole family. Rent yours today!

Yellowstone’s BEST Tent Camper Camp Sites

Norris Tent Camper Camp Site – First-come, first-serve, very centrally located. A great place to use as a hub location to explore the rest of the Park. Very scenic, in the valley where the Gibbon and Firehole Rivers form the Madison. Located close to the Norris Geyser Basin, one of the geo-thermal areas in the park, and also Firehole Canyon, a great swimming spot. Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Indian Creek Tent Camper Campsite – First-come, first-serve, one of the best campgrounds in the Park. On the way to Mammoth Hot Springs, near dramatic Obsidian Cliffs.

Flagg Ranch Tent Camper Campsite – Reserveable- Technically this campground is in Grand Teton NP, but sits right on the Yellowstone border next to the Snake River and has lots of sites with hookups. Great if you want one centrally located campground to be able to explore both Parks from. Also offers best access to north end of Grand Teton NP and Winegar Hole Wilderness. Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Pebble Creek and Slough Creek- First-come, first-serve, two of the smaller, more private campgrounds in the Park, located in the Lamar Valley, one of the prime wildlife viewing areas of the Park. The Lamar Valley is sometimes called the Serengeti of North America. Two of the best campgrounds in the Park.

Madison Tent Camper Campsite –A reservable campground in a fantastic setting. This campground sits alongside the Madison River in Madison Canyon, one of the most scenic areas in the park. Close to Old Faithful and much of the geo-thermal areas in the Park.Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Canyon Village Tent Camper Campsite – A reservable campground also centrally located for easy exploring to the rest of the Park. Near the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone; one of the most photographed areas in the Park. Also located near Hayden Valley a very scenic area, and one of the prime wildlife viewing areas for buffalo, elk and grizzly bear.

Tower Fall Tent Camper Campsite – First- come, first-serve, small, private campground near the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, one of the most photographed areas in the Park.Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Mammoth Hot Springs- First- come, first-serve, Mammoth Hot Springs is the Park Headquarters, and one of the most historic areas of the Park. The Hot Springs themselves are one of the most unusual and interesting areas in the Park. Home to many of the thermal prismatic springs which have fantastic colors in the water.

Grant Village Tent Camper Campsite – Reservable site in a shady, spacious, well treed area, close to Yellowstone Lake, Old Faithful and much of the geo-thermal activity in Yellowstone. Also close for day-tripping into Grand Teton NP.Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Bridge Bay Tent Camper Campsite – Reservable campground on Yellowstone Lake. Large campground but not much shade.

Lewis Lake Tent Camper Campsite – First- come, first-serve, the first campground in the Park coming from the South Entrance (Jackson Hole). Beautiful lake, near the scenic Lewis River Canyon and the abundant hiking trails on the Pitchstone Plateau.Tent camper rentals can find the best sites here.

Helicopter Tours in Yellowstone

One of our favorite side tours to vistas and scenic moments unlike any other are with Yellowstone Helicopters. At $69 per person they offer the best value scenic tours and worth every moment in the air. Book them today!