Dry Camping and this campground does not have showers. The closest showers are 30 miles away at Canyon Village. The water at the entrance where you fill your tanks was great but the water in the campground had a rubbery taste. The roads are one way with sites on both sides and if you pull into a site on the left side correctly, your door faced the road. We were lucky that the site on the right was empty when we arrived and we looped through so our door would face the picnic table. Overall nice campground, convenient to the geyser areas but not to the wildlife areas. Canyon village is by far the better choice to dry camp in the park.
Wonderful park-Highly recommend-if they had water to the sites it would be perfect. Staff was great-most sites are pull through on the side of the road with a grassy-tree area between you and the road and space. We would definitely go back.
We camped here for two nights and it was intended as just a place to sleep as we toured the area. The sites are way too small. Both nights we had a fifth wheel on our door side and their pop-out overlapped our pad where the picnic table was to the point we could not use the table. The sewer drop for their site was right next to our table area.
Great place with activities--only complaint was that maintenance was needed in the restrooms--i.e., hand dryer out of service and no paper towels and no soap for washing hands. It does have a pay water park.