From the writers at the Great Falls Tribune.
There’s a community spirit when you camp in Yellowstone National Park, said Kris Yasord as she sat in the shade of her family’s RV on a windy June afternoon.
“People share information about what they saw and where,” said the Oregon camper. “There are a lot of other places you could go if you want solitude.”
There’s no doubt about that. Last year more than 4 million tourists visited Yellowstone, a new record. Of those visitors almost 20 percent — or around 811,000 — chose to camp out in tents, vans, trailers and RVs, according to Park Service statistics.
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