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Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park – West Yellowstone, MT


Yellowstone Grizzley RV Park and accommodations were fine. The mosquitos were horrible.

We stayed four nights then decided to extend our stay for another two nights. After fighting the mosquitos for the day (and essentially staying in the RV like everyone else), we decided to the mosquitos were so bad that the greatly negatively impacted the experience.

This is where we had the problem. In our opinion, the park manager was rude and condescending. It’s safe to say that this park will not see us again.

  1. Dan says

    Beautiful park, I’d say the best in West Yellowstone and the surrounding area. I was put into a pull thru at the end of a row, and what do you expect of a pull thru; a site that you can hook up and leave. Not this pull thru. It was at the end of the first row of pull thru’s, site 45 where to leave you either have to back up into the street that you pulled in from or pull out of the site to the right and back up, pull to the right again and back up again and finally turn to the right again to make your turn to leave the park.
    I spoke to the park manager and he said that this was the most requested site in the park. He continued to explain I only had to back up one or two times to get out of the site and RV’ers usually make do. In other words, deal with it. As he talked you could tell he really didn’t give a **** about what I thought and was complaining about. As with the first comment above, I felt the park manager was also condescending to me. Again nice park but the park manager needs a little training in customer relations.

  2. Bill says

    Obviously you haven’t ventured to any wet areas in the park either. I was nearly carried away tonight by mosquitoes near Lewis Lake. We are staying at Grizzly RV and have had a wonderful experience and the staff is very nice too, but there isn’t really much you can do about the mosquitoes. It is the wild.

    I have talked with several people in town and the hardware store manager recommended Mosquito coils. He said they are normally gone by this time in the year, but the massive winter snow made them late and heavier than ever.

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