A typical Interstate KOA. Yes, it's just a gravel parking area but you are in WY and next to an Interstate. Easy in, out and parking. Lots are large. We have a 45ft 5th wheel and some RV Parks are hard for us, this one was easy. The price is about $44 per night and seems high to me as you can get a motel in the area for $60. There are no near by attraction but you are almost in town and very close to a Home Depot, restaurant's, etc. This is a good traveler RV Park.
An old Yogi RV Park that has been let to run down. You will be camping in the rock quarry that supplied the rock for the Mormon Temple next door. Do NOT pull in if the ground is wet or will be during your stay as it turns to slop real fast. The new owners are friendly but do have a long way to go to make this RV Park a resort its name implies. The power pedestal we 1st connected to had "reverse polarity" so I connected to the next lots outlet. Therefore be careful. Pool was close and the restaurant were closed but it was April. In short the place needs lots of repairs and is very muddy.
Large spaces are small as we could not even open our awnings and could barely park our RV and truck. The pull-thru we got was impossible to pull out of as there was a light pole in the way coupled with a very narrow street. Park lighting is way too bright and you must block your windows at night. The park does not match the brochure we received.
WiFi from Tango Net cost $30 per month and is very slow. Manager is way to full of himself and should either be fires or take extensive customer and management training. Dogs must be less than 25 pounds. Malicious gossip is the main entertainment.