Discrimination against tenters! The tent sites are along the side, and are raised a bit, bordered by railroad ties and filled with gravel. Not pea gravel, stones. Made it hard to stake and even harder to get comfortable! Very little shade where I was. The RV spots looked adequate, but I wasn't in one. No RV park seems to allow enough space for RVs, they line up like sardines in a tin. The facilities were clean and well-maintained. I have stayed there before in one of the "Kabins". Tent sites should be grassy, not gravel. If you are tenting I do NOT recommend this place.
RV Park is clean and fairly well maintained. Saw leaks from some water hook-ups. No shade to speak of. I stayed with friends who had a rented Class C motorhome. Plenty of room at the sites, but I prefer sites more spaced out than these were. The staff was, for the most part, friendly and helpful. We watched TV in the bar, where we met the owner. He was helpful when we had questions, but later on he appeared glassy-eyed and drunk! He was at the bar most of the time we saw him. We also overheard him make a few crude remarks to a friend or employee by him, which was a turn-off. That's when we left the bar and bought beer to take back to our camper. The food was good and served hot and promptly. It's in a good location in a beautiful area. About an hour or less to Yellowstone's East Gate, and about 20 minutes to Cody, WY.