We spent our second and third nights in the park at the very convenient Norris Campground which is located about as centrally as any in Yellowstone. It made a great base for exploring the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and various geyser basins including Old Faithful. It was not quite as cozy as Tower Fall but was nonetheless an enjoyable place to camp. We had a few guys camping next to us that were keeping odd hours, no doubt out very early for photos and returning late for the same reason. We were doing like-wise but they were always up before us and back after and still seemed to have plenty of energy to prepare a full meal with blaring lights and lots of talkative gusto! They still went to bed early enough and were not really a nuisance.
Unique Quality: Norris is about three times the size of Tower Fall at 100 spaces but again, spots are spread out and well-treed so you certainly have plenty of privacy, even with a few noisy neighbors. Restrooms are a notch up from Lower Fall and feature flush toilets so worth the few extra dollars they charge. Elevation is a chilly 7,500 feet.
This is another bargain campground at $14 per night especially considering it has flush toilets.
Directions: Norris Campground is located about as dead center in the park as you can camp, close to the geyser basins and not all that far from the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
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Address: Mammoth-Norris Road, Wyoming, United States