From the bloggers at Yellowstone Insider.
Camping in Yellowstone National Park is surely the quintessential American experience.
The family in the station wagon, setting up the tent, building a fire, making s’mores, slapping mosquitoes after a hard day of sightseeing… you get the picture.
But how do you go about getting a campsite? Can you reserve sites in advance? Why can’t we just pull off the road and camp anywhere we want?
Camping in a roadside pullout will probably get you a knock on your car window by a law enforcement ranger and possibly a warning or even a citation.
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