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Verdant Rocky Mountain Streamside Paradise

Nestled in a lush mountain basin by a crystal-clear stream, this primitive campsite is a gem. It’s got a stone fire ring and enough room for one or two vehicles, all surrounded by towering conifers. Getting here isn’t for the faint of heart—high clearance four-wheel drive required for the rugged ascent.

Forest Service Camping North of Yellowstone

This is a small, free Forest Service campground in Custer Gallatin National Forest, just a stone’s throw north of Yellowstone. We’re talking high-elevation territory, with picnic tables, fire rings, and an outhouse to cover your basics.

Streamside in the Mountains Beyond Purgatory

Explore this primitive dispersed lower elevation campsite nestled in a valley, discreetly tucked away in a tree line just off a forest road. The site features a small stone fire ring located next to a refreshing stream, providing an excellent water source.