Tammah Yellowstone
Packing List

Fish the world-class Henry’s Fork. Take a sunrise mountain bike ride up to Mt. Two Top. Day trip to iconic Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park. These are all within easy distance of your Tammah site, but to have as much fun on day two of your stay as you did on day one, you’ll need the right gear. Below is a list of helpful items you’ll want to bring along to make your stay full of the right kind of memories.

temperatures yellowstone

Congratulations! The adventure you’ve chosen is in a location that is absolutely gorgeous during the day. Temperatures will not typically exceed 82 degrees, and rain is less common in this area during Summer months. Though the weather can change quickly here (common drops from the 80’s to the 60’s) it’s a great time of year to visit. With the right preparation, you’ll find this to be ideal exploration weather

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At night you’ll certainly want to have the right layers, as it is uncommon though not unheard of for temperatures to drop below freezing. It’s a good thing you’ve got a community fire, the cover of a warm Tammah shelter, and cozy, premium bedding.

Comprehensive Packing List

Hiking Boots.
a man jumps over the water in boots
Let’s start from the bottom, shall we? If you plan to do any hiking (and you should - Yellowstone is just a 20-minute drive away) you’ll want proper hiking boots with good tread, ankle support, and waterproofing (if possible) to navigate all the clear, running water.
white sneakers
You’ll also want to consider a pair of camp shoes. Even the best hiking boots are a relief to take off at the end of a 3-hour out-n-back. We’re still working on laying the red carpet throughout camp (may take a few decades) so bring a pair of sneakers or crocs you can wear to relax by the fire.
Water Shoes.
olive men's sneakers
If you’re into cliff jumping or floating the river, you’ll want these.
soft, house slippers
Even in a luxurious Tammah tent, life is always better with a nice pair of slippers.
white sports socks with red patterns
For all your adventures, you’ll want high-ankled, moisture-wicking socks. Good rule of thumb: 2 pairs for every day - one for exploration, one for relaxation.
men's gray shorts
A comfortable, anti-chafing and fast-drying pair of shorts will make your days hiking a lot more pleasurable. Bring a pair for every day you plan to be out and about.
a man in jeans pants
Moisture-wicking zip-offs are best. Though the climate charts read balmy and mild during the summer, we find the weather can change on a dime here. If you’re into zip-offs you’re in luck. When 80’s turn to 60’s and gusty, it’s nice to have some extra protection. Even if they’re not zip-offs, make sure they’re comfortable for walking long distances, fast drying, and moisture-wicking. Bring a pair for every day you plan to be out and about.
Water-wicking Underwear.
a man in olive pants and a red jacket
Bring a few extra pairs!
Warm Pajamas.
a girl in a purple, winter jacket with a woolen cap
Even in the summer, the nights can be chilly. We recommend bringing warm pajamas and an insulated cap to keep you comfortable all night.
a man in a white t-shirt
If you’re wearing it in camp, cotton is great, but out on the trails, you’ll want a moisture-wicking, breathable shirt.
a man in a white shirt looks at his watch
Because weather can change quickly, bring a long-sleeve similar to the material of the above T-shirt.
Mid-weight insulating layer.
thick woolen jacket
Synthetic fleece or a wool shirt/pullover should do the trick.
Heavier insulating layer.
autumn, men's jacket in olive color
We never know what the weather can do, particularly in May, June, September and October and early mornings/late evenings. Best to be protected with a wool, down or heavy-weight fleece jacket.
Lightweight Gloves.
child with snow gloves
Simple, windproof gloves can make a real difference in the middle of a hike in late Spring and early Fall months.
Brimmed Cap.
a guy with a beard and a cowboy hat
A baseball or full-brimmed hat is best for sun protection.
Insulated Hat.
colorful, woolen snow caps
A beanie to keep you warm in the mornings and evenings.

Equipment to Pack

  • Day pack or small backpack

    Make sure it has enough capacity for extra clothes, and everything else below

  • Pack Bladder or Reusable Water Bottle
  • Bear Spray

    Free rental available on site as well.

  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Fanny Pack
  • Insect Repellant
  • Phone charger

    We've got battery packs that are compatible with normal USB charging cables.

  • Prescription Medications
  • Walkie Talkies

    You’re lucky to find cell service in Yellowstone Natl. Park

  • Beach Towel

    While we do provide you with clean towels for showering at Tammah, we ask that you bring your own beach towel for out-of-camp water adventures

  • First Aid Kit

    We of course have one at your Tammah site, but be prepared to
    take one with you into the Natl. Park

  • Toothbrush/paste

What NOT to Pack

We have many of your needs covered at your
Tammah site. Here is a list of things provided
for you by Tammah during your stay:

  • Premium bedding

    Everything from the king sized mattress to the luxury pillow covers.

  • Shower towels
  • Standard Bath Products

    We’ve got the soap, shampoo and conditioner

  • USB Battery Pack
  • Cooler
  • Barbeque Grill
  • S’mores Stuff