Yellowstone Campground Review: Hideaway RV Park

While we explored Yellowstone and the Tetons, we stayed at Hideaway RV Park in West Yellowstone, Montana. Here’s our review of this small but charming campground.

Price: $31.50 per night
Location: Easy access from West Yellowstone to the west entrance of Yellowstone NP. We found Hideaway to be central enough to have easy access, but outside of the downtown enough to be relatively quiet.
Facilities: Simple bathrooms and shower, but hot water supply was good. No designated place for dish washing, and the bathroom sink was a bit small but it worked ok. No playground. Wifi included, worked fine.
Site description: Gravel site with a small concrete “patio” where the picnic table is. The RV park is very small with small sites, so everyone is camped really close together.
Neighborhood: Our hosts were very friendly and helpful, and great with our kids. We didn’t really meet or talk to any other neighbors at all. Everyone seemed to be there for the same reason we were – to have a place to sleep while exploring Yellowstone all day. Most people were in bigger RVs and did everything inside.
Comments: It was cold while we were there… our first nights spent below freezing in the camper. We were so thankful for the space heater!  We were there right at the end of their season. They’re only open until September 30.

Our campsite at Hideaway

Sunset from our campsite. Not too shabby.

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