Our site was on a steep slope. Our intent was to stay one night hooked up. However, since the truck would have been pointing down to get the 24 ft trailer half way level, we felt it necessary to unhitch. The staff was very friendly.
The site was level, all utilities worked, and the area and restrooms were extremely clean. The only bad thing about this campground is its staff. They were very unhelpful and rather rude. We will look for another place next time in CT. The Pequot Museum in Mashantucket is a must see while in this area.
We were camping in a meadow setup. The site was level, but the smell for the entire area from the pit toilet was terrible. We could not leave our windows open or grill outside; therefore, had to stay away as much as possible. All the campsites had the same trouble. The only WiFi is by the camp store. We would definitely not stay here again.
This campground has recently been revamped. It is near the Black River and a short drive from Johnson's Shut-Ins and Elephant Rock State Parks. Site #29 is very difficult to get into. Few sites are level but all are paved and spacious. Very quiet in October. We will go back to this campground.
We stayed 7 nights while we explored Glacier National Park. The laundry was closed due to plumbing problems (we went to KOA for laundry), but the showers and restrooms were very clean and working. The staff was very friendly and helpful with changing our dates (we stayed 7 nights) and advising on surrounding activities. Our particular site was a bit crowded, but I saw others that were fine. You should ask for an outside site for the best views. The Red Eagle Restaurant next door I believe to be owned by the same family and had great homemade food. We would stay here again. Our camp directory told us to take 89 from Browning to St. Mary's, but Highway 89 is bad from the south so we were told by the office to take 2 from Shelby, MT, to 464 N at Browning and then south on 89. Good roads. They have adequate signs except at the T in the road at Babb--take a left.
We were taking 287 as a bypass of Butte and needed a one night stay without unhooking. The site was clean and adequate. The staff was friendly. The road right now is completely torn out and was extremely bumpy in places, but we feel we still made better time.
We had a great time in Medora. The campground staff was excellent in recommending restaurants and getting our tickets for the Pitchfork Fondue and Medora Musical (both of which were worth the price). A shuttle for these is available from our campground, but we chose to drive. We enjoyed driving and hiking the Badlands at the Roosevelt Natl Park. These Badlands are different from the SD Badlands and worth seeing. I would definitely stay at the quiet, safe, clean Medora Campground again.
Since we were driving through on I-94, we stopped in Miles City to see Range Riders' Museum. This campground staff was very friendly and the site was definitely worth the price. We would stay here again.
We came in a day ahead of schedule and they placed us in Village II (electric only). We had such a grand view that we asked to stay in II all 7 nights. The restrooms and free showers were very clean. We filled our water at one of the water faucets that are located throughout the park instead of waiting in line for the one near the dump area. The staff was very accommodating. We enjoyed the Ranger talk and since Canada is celebrating the 200th anniversary of War of 1812, we were laughingly called the American Aggressors. Hiking was great in Banff and Yoho Natl Parks, but we loved the Icefields Parkway drive up to Jasper. We would definitely stay at Village II again.
I rated this campground a 10 because it served our purposes well. We were heading to Glacier the next day and just wanted to get off the highway for one night without unhooking and a hassle of checking in--self payment system. The showers and restrooms were very clean. A police car went through. There are 3 trailer friendly gas stations on the southern exit.
We have stayed in this park many times and really enjoy the closeness to St. Louis, but at the same time you are in a wooded and quiet area. The restroom and showers are always clean. We have always felt very safe in this campground even when we have been the only campers other than the hosts.
We had to change our date of arrival and the staff was very supportive. The staff was friendly and helpful with information about the Big Horn Mountains, Cody, and Sheridan. They even shared produce from their garden. The restroom and showers were kept very clean. We normally camp in state parks so the sites were very narrow for our liking. All were pull throughs so are easy to get into though. We enjoyed staying here.
We needed a campground close to I-90 on the west side of Sioux Falls, SD. Lake Vermillion was only 5 miles south of the Highway, 30 miles west, and was easy to find. The people were friendly, the place was very clean, and we enjoyed having a picnic under shade trees overlooking the lake. This rate $18 plus the $6 fee.