Welcome to Tammah

Welcome Book

Tammah: We.

The meaning of this Ute word is our purpose for existing. We aspire to help you forge lasting memories with the outdoors, and with self – all among good company. At Tammah, you’re bound to come together over the richness of surrounding nature by morning, the boundless adventures by midday, and the warm communal fire by night. And the plush king bed is a pretty good excuse to snuggle together, too. Our cozy canvas tents sit amongst towering pines, rolling hills and beside rocky mountains. You will be immersed in the nature experience without compromising the comforts that make this experience an absolute delight.

In this Welcome Book, you’ll find most of the important info about your Tammah site. Should you have further questions, please review our FAQ on Tammah.co, or contact us before your stay at contact@tammah.co, or text/call +18016091061 anytime during your stay.

We are as excited about your arrival as you are!

– Team Tammah

Getting Here

On Highway 20, drive north from Island Park or south from West Yellowstone. Turn East off Highway 20 onto Meadow Creek Road, drive roughly ¾ a mile until you reach a split in the road. At the split, turn left onto National Forest Service Road 061, drive an additional ¼ mile, and you will be here!

Note: If you type in “Forest Road 61” in Google Maps or Apple Maps, it will take you to the wrong part of the road. Please follow directions above, use coordinates below, or type in “Tammah Yellowstone Glamping” on Google Maps.

GPS Coordinates: 44.59466, -111.31631

yellowstone map
check in

Self Check In

Let us know if you will be arriving after 10pm so that we can provide you with necessary information.

a group of friends having lunch gathered at the table

Community Restroom

The communal restroom is arguably as cozy as the communal campfire, though quite a bit more private. Our restroom is exactly on par with how your fine glamping experience ought to feel. Open to all guests, it is thoroughly cleaned multiple times each day.

bear in the wood

Animal Safety

Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica. One of those things is common near Yellowstone, and we ask all guests to treat them, and all the wildlife, more seriously than the opening to this paragraph. To prevent furry visitors who did not pay for the deposit on your tent, we ask that ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD enter tents.

We provide a bear box just outside the tent for any and all food at night. We have bear spray to rent in the welcome center if you are venturing off into the wild or would feel comfortable sleeping with some extra protection. Customers who return their bear spray will receive a 100% refund on the rental. Staff cannot always be immediately available, and you’ll want it for your own exploration and adventures outside of camp, besides.

camp fire Tammah

Communal Campfire and S’mores

We’ll keep a fire going from 7pm to 9pm in the communal fire area. Feel free to drop by for complimentary s’mores each and every evening. A fire below and the stars overhead provide the perfect lighting to tell your favorite story.

Tent Information

  • King Suites and Family Tents - 13’ x 22

    286 square feet
    King Bed
    Sleeper Sofa
    Bunk beds (family tents only)
    Wood-burning stove

  • Geodomes - 20’ Diameter

    314 square feet
    King Bed
    Sleeper Sofa
    Wood-burning stove

  • Bell Tents - 12’ x 16’

    140 square feet
    King Bed
    Propane Heater

All tents include two chairs, a table, lanterns, a night stand and a rug. And of course, all beds are fitted with fresh, plush bedding, and a comforter to keep you snug even on the coolest Yellowstone night. If your party exceeds the number of beds available, ask us about borrowing extra cots.

The King Suites and Family Tents also include a clothing rack. Wood-burning stoves are pre-stocked with logs for your arrival. Any additional firewood you’d like can be purchased from staff.


lake with the mountain view

If the word ‘fly’ means more to you than airplanes, bring a rod. The Henry’s Fork of the Snake River is one of the most famous fly-fishing trout streams in all of the United States, and it’s a quick drive from your Tammah site. The fork slips through grassy, flowery meadows with deep pools and marshy banks where cutthroat trout tend to gather. Here’s a more extensive review.

If you’d rather ride alongside the trout, bring a swimsuit, sunscreen and some water shoes. Our partners provide tube and boat rentals to float the Henry’s Fork just a quick drive from our camp.

A spiderweb of biking, hiking, and ATV trails encompasses Island Park- though far enough away that you won’t hear them. These trails will allow you extensive views into the miles of wildland and mountainous regions surrounding camp. Take advantage!

Within camp itself, we have family games and activities available for all ages and tastes. Join in, play them as a family/group on your own, or participate in a camp favorite pastime: ‘vegging out’ after a long, wild day in the mountains.