Just wanting some feedback on our trip to Yellow Stone at the end of May. Myself and my partner will be travelling by campervan from Calgary. Its a long drive and I think on the way down we may stay in Bozeman the night and then travel down to the park the next morning. My partner and I are both keen fishermen/woman so I think we might spend half a day on a guided fishing trip in Bozeman.
However, if we don't end up going fishing:
Day 1: We will head to Yellowstone from Bozeman through the north entrance then down to the Grand Canyon (around 2 hours driving?) . We love hiking so we thought we would do Artist Point/ Uncle Toms Trail. After this we will drive to Bridge Bay Campground and stay here the night.
Does someone know the rough driving time from Grand Canyon to Bridge Bay?
Any must see attractions on the drive to Bridge Bay?
Is Yellowstone Lake a good lake for water-sports like kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding?
Day 2: Drive from Bridge Bay to Old faithful and Grand Prismatic Springs and the other geothermal areas around here. From there we will go and stay at Madison Campground, or we will head out of the park and stay in West Yellowstone. I think this is about a 1 hours drive from Grand Prismatic.
Are there any decent hikes around this area?
Does any one know of any good campgrounds in West Yellowstone? We would rather stay in more wilderness campgrounds so thinking that Madison would be a better option.
After that we are heading to Seattle.
Any comments or feedback would be much appreciated!