Fishing Bridge RV Park

Fishing Bridge RV Park Reservations Now Open for 2020

Fishing Bridge RV Park reservations are now available for 2020, with concessionaire Xanterra announcing an opening date of September 4.

The popular RV park was closed in 2019 for reservations and will be closed for much of 2020 as well. According to Xanterra, the renovation will bring new and larger sites, a larger parking lot, new dump station and recycling area, and an expanded registration building with more showers and laundry facilities. Four comfort stations will also be renovated to bring them to current ADA (accessibility) standards.

The renovations also means more access for larger RVs. The Upper Loop of the RV park will have 172 renovated and paved sites, ranging from 40 feet to 95 feet in length. The 40-foot sites will be double-wide and back-in. The majority of new sites will include pull-through drives, and all of the Upper Loop will have upgraded 50 amp/30 amp and 110-volt electrical service and picnic tables. (No other sites/loops were included in this renovation. There are 30- to 35-foot double-wide, back-in sites in other loops and 30-foot single-wide back-in sites. Be warned that B and D sites will not be available for rent in 2020.)

Also part of the renovations: the registration building is being expanded and will accommodate additional showers, plus two family showers. There will be an increase in the number of washing machines from 11 to 26, and dryers from 14 to 24. There will still be a small retail space in the registration building as well.

You can make Fishing Bridge RV Park reservations via the yellowstonenationalparklodges.com website.

Image of Fishing Bridge RV Park in 2013, courtesy National Park Service.

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