Tower Falls Campground: Yellowstone Camping

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Tower Falls Campground

For a nice central location within Yellowstone National Park, you will find Tower Falls Campground meets your every need, from fabulous outdoor recreation to nearby natural attractions. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.

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  • No reservations are required at Tower Falls Campground
  • Camping fee is $15 a night
  • Open from May 26 to September 25
  • Witness the 132-foot Tower Falls nearby (and bring a camera!)
  • Travel a short distance to Tower-Roosevelt to see more Yellowstone sights


Tower Falls Campground, in Yellowstone south of Tower Junction, has plenty of attractions nearby, like Tower Falls and the Tower-Roosevelt Petrified Tree.


Tower Falls Campground is located in the Washburn Range in Yellowstone’s northeast portion, 2 miles south of Tower Junction.

GPS: 44.891864995074265, -110.38794279098511


No reservations are required at Tower Falls Campground as it is first-come, first-served.

Specifics for 2017

  • Open May 26 to September 25, 2017
  • Camping fee is $15 a night
  • # Of Sites: 32
  • Elevation: 6,600 feet
  • Vault Toilet Facilities
  • Showers two miles away at Roosevelt Lodge
  • No generators permitted
  • RV sites available (30-foot)
  • No dump station

Nearby Activities & Attractions

If you like to enjoy the creeks and streams running through Yellowstone, the Tower Creek is only a short walk away. Besides abundant fishing, other activities in the area include hiking and horseback riding. Interesting campfire talks are also available to visitors.

Tower Falls is a favorite with Yellowstone visitors, with its 132-foot cascade plunging down. An exceptional waterfall, it is named for the “towers” of stone at the top of the falls.

Two miles away, you’ll find Roosevelt Lodge with a restaurant and showers. The Lodge also offers saddle rides, a nightly western cookout and even stagecoach rides so you can experience the best of the Old West.