Life is But a Dream – Full-Time RVers in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park Photo Journal Full Time RV

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.”
– John Muir

Yellowstone National Park was dreamy. And when I say dreamy, I mean, nothing looks real. Everything looks like someone did a bad job with their saturation levels in Photoshop. That’s what makes it so spectacular though. As our nation’s oldest National Park, it was established in 1872. There is so much rich history in the park and the National Park Service does an excellent job preserving it for everyone to see and enjoy.

I’m not going to say much more, I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves.

And of course, a timelapse of Old Faithful as she erupts.

Full-Time RVers – Campground / RV Park Review: Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park – Livingston, Montana

Yellowstone's Edge RV Park Livingston Montana Campground Review

We visited Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park for the Livingston Roundup Rodeo and 4th of July fireworks celebration. It worked out because we were able to start our Yellowstone National Park journey here as well. The RV park was great and the staff was super friendly.  We booked with them and they took care of our rodeo tickets for us, getting us the best seats in the house.

While the views were great, they were difficult to enjoy because of the angle each RV was positioned. We know everyone can’t have a waterfront view, but it is difficult to see anything but RVs out any window because of the awkward angles of the spaces. We did have ample room for a picnic table between us and the next RV but I’m only giving a 3 out of 5 in this category as the driving lanes are narrow with vehicles sticking out. It makes it challenging to park the RV and pull it out when it is time to depart. We watched a few people have issues getting out of their spots due to the RV in front of them being so far back in their spots.

The best part of Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park (aside from the view when you walk to the river) is the cabin they’ve built that houses the laundry room, bath facilities, and game room. The laundry room is nice and has the ever illusive coin machine. This was fantastic and we stocked up on quarters (because every RVer who does laundry knows how you’re always in need of more quarters). The entire facility is extremely clean which is the main reason I gave the laundry facilities and bathhouse a 5 out of 5. They close the entire facility every day from 11am-1pm to clean. Let me tell you, it is spotless. I’ve never felt so at home in a bathhouse before. It was absolutely spotless – every time. The water pressure was fantastic and the water was always very hot. A huge plus for me is locking doors for showers versus just a curtain. I have a strong dislike for only a curtain in a public shower facility and any RV park with a locking shower door, always gets bonus points from me.

Ultimately, I give Yellowstone’s Edge a 4 out of 5 as they received high marks in every category. Had the RV spots not have been so tight, they would have easily received a 5 out of 5. We would likely stay here again if we were in the area as overall, this was a great RV park.