An absolutely great RV park. Long, level concrete sites with concrete pads. Good 50-amp power and water pressure. Complimentary breakfast - including waffles, bagels and sweets - and bikes for campers to ride. This place is immaculate. Folks are friendly. Our $17.50 cost was Passport America rate.
An acceptable overnight stop. Owner/manager really nice and has apparently invested a lot of effort and expense in the campground. Good 50-amp power and water pressure. Dirt/gravel roads create a lot of dust when large vehicles are moved.
A very nice RV park, although a bit pricy, due to the limited season they can serve the tourists of Yellowstone National Park. Great facilities and site amenities. Folks at the front desk could remember to smile. Best bet for a visit to the original American National Park.
We stayed on a promotional rate, but the park is worth every penny of the "walkup" rate! Facilities and maintenance are great. Folks are friendly and helpful - both employees and fellow campers. We will stay here whenever our itinerary allows!
First impression - dust. Second impression - junk. We were assured we would get a 50 amp site with full hookups, and the owner told us he would not be at the campground when we arrived. We were told to find our site and set up; we'd be checked in in the evening. We arrived and tried to locate a 50 amp site to no avail. Actually, there were 2 available, but we had passed them before we stopped at the office and started walking around the open sites. The 50% price offered through Passport America was to be $17 plus an electric charge in summer. It turned out to be a $4.50 charge for 30 amps, which we connected, or $6.00 for 50 amps, which we did not find. Total charge for our 30 amp site was nearly $23.00. The campground description in the Passport America book says, "5 Star Rated Resort". Actually, it's a 0.5 star tight, junky park where you might want to spend an overnight if you were in a pinch.