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Overview of Pebble Creek Campground
Number of Sites 30
Pad Type gravel
Open Seasonally June-Sept.
Elevation 6,824 ft / 2,079 m
Max Length 24 ft
Tent Camping Yes
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Pebble Creek was our favorite campground in Yellowstone National Park. A less crowded area of the park, probably why we loved it! 27 sites and all are available first come first serve - no reservations! The location and lack of reservations make this a quiet, peaceful campground. It sits at 6900 feet elevation. All sites have a table, fire ring, and food storage locker - it is bear country! There are vault toilets and seasonally there is potable drinking water. Our first night there we stayed in one of the "pull out sites" on the west side of the campground. It was ok, however they are not true pull outs, you just park on the side of the park road.... not bad considering the low use of this campground. On our second night we scored a spot on the east side right across from Pebble Creek.... it was perfect! We enjoyed drinks in our chairs at the creekside and a beautiful night listening to the peaceful sounds of the creek. It appears they have changed the site numbers since we visited to add some tent sites, so do not pay attention to the site markers in our old nostalgic photos!
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Pebble Creek CampgroundYellowstone National Park Pebble Creek was our favorite campground in Yellowstone National Park. Located in the less crowded, less visited eastside of the park,...
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- water access
- fire ring
- picnic table
- pull thru
- restrooms: vault
- water available
Convenient to Lamar Valley
Close to Cooke City, just off Beartooth Hgwy, hardwire RV's only. Tight, but serviceable
In the middle to see the animals - great location
Closed but I accidentally snuck in
Great views, lots of bears
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