We frankly stayed here as a fallback due to the Devil's Tower Park's campground being closed due to tree's downed from a recent thunderstorm. But we were glad, because the view we had from this park of the monument was outstanding! That, plus the canyon views on the other side made this a much more scenic park than the Park's campground or the other commercial park just outside their gates. This park is pretty much no-frills. The sites and driveways are only fairly well graveled and the site we chose was pretty easy to get level on. We were in a 35 foot Class A motor home - bigger rigs might find it a challenge to get in and get level. But the AC voltage was good and correctly wired, and again, the views were way better than you could get at the alternative parks. If we returned to Devil's Tower, we would likely stay here again just for the views.
Extremely friendly office help. Convenient to Custer National Battleground, the Big Horn County Historical Museum, and Pompey's Pillar. Sites were well graveled, level, and good amount of green space between sites. When I remarked to the office that this was the first park we'd been in where both legs of the 50 amp service tested exactly 120 volts, she said it was because they were formerly a mobile home park so each site has a separate power line rather than being on a loop. We would definitely stay here again.
Great place to stay to visit Craters of the Moon National Park. Long, level pull through sites with huge amount of grassy space between sites. Bathrooms nicely appointed and spotlessly clean. Staff very friendly and helpful. They have a cafe on site that provides 2 free pancake and egg breakfasts per site per day if you want. (The standard Camper's Special is for 2 pancakes and 2 eggs, but the pancakes are huge, so unless you have a big appetite, just request one pancake.) We would definitely stay here again.