Fishing Bridge RV Park is located near the Yellowstone River where it exits Yellowstone Lake on its way north toward the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The RV park is the only campground in Yellowstone National Park to offer water, sewer, and electrical hookups for RVs. The RV Park was named park is named after the Fishing Bridge, a wooden vehicle bridge that used to provide a great platform from which park visitors would fish for native Cutthroat trout. Today, fishing is not allowed from the bridge, although visitors still congregate on the walkways to watch White Pelicans and other waterfowl gliding along the river’s surface, and to look for trout swimming under the crystal clear water. Located adjacent to Fishing Bridge RV Park is a service station (offering fuel, propane and mechanical repair services), a general store with groceries and camping supplies, and the historic Fishing Bridge Visitor Center and Museum. No tents or tent campers are allowed and campfires are prohibited, including the use of portable fire pits.