Nice park right on the Yellowstone river, about 30 miles from the north entrance to the park and about 18 miles to Livingston. The owners and work campers are friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The dog walking area is adequate and clean. The wifi worked well. There is a little store on site for souvenirs. Roads and pads were gravel, with grass and a picnic table next to your rig. We would stay here again
Nothing special overnight park close to Ft Laramie NHP. Staff was friendly and the sites were adequate (gravel pad w/grass). Dog walking areas were decent. There is an active train track nearby that might bother the more sensitive sleeper. I would stay here again if in the area.
This is one of my favorite parks. You need reservations if you want to stay on a weekend as it is popular with the locals as well. The sites (loop D) are very large. The roads and pads are paved and level. There is excellent dog walking areas throughout the park. Boating, horse back riding are also available. Note there is a $7 day use fee on top of the camp fee. We will definitely stay here again.
This simple, clean park is right off I-90 yet the highway noise did not filter down to the park. The roads and pads are gravel with a nice grass area between sites. It is a short drive to Deer Lodge and to the Grant-Kohrs Ranch national historic site. I would stay here again.
This park is much like a state park in that the spaces are large and there is a lot of open space, with the upgrades (pool, etc.) of a commercial park. The park is quiet and roomy. There is excellent dog walking areas available. The roads are paved, dirt, and gravel. The pads are gravel and level. Mule deer are abundant. I would stay here again.
This is a quiet park near downtown Sheridan with easy access to the freeway. The people running the park are very nice and take pride in their park. There is an excellent dog walking area at one end of the park. I would stay here again.
Nicely treed park. It is a little challenging with a big rig (we had to unhook the toad) but doable. The dog walking was limited, but just south of the campground is a nice park so it wasn't an issue. There is a camp store, but when I was there it wasn't well stocked. We would look for a different park that would accommodate our rig better.
A nice, quiet park close to town and right on the Spokane river. Sites are priced based on location with the premium sites having a large grass area between your rig and the river. The dock and beach weren't open when we were there (river running too fast) but looked decent in size. They even had an area reserved to let your dog cool off! We would stay here again.
Decent park near the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Gravel roads with grass. Sites were average in size. The staff was friendly and helpful. There is decent dog walking areas around the park which were clean. We would stay in this park again if in the area.
This park is just down the street from the Eisenhower Library and a short drive to downtown. Portions of the park are treed, and a little tricky to get into. We had to disconnect our toad to get parked properly. We asked about any storm shelter on the grounds. They suggested going to the court house which was a few blocks down the road. Fortunately, we didn't have a storm that night. Dog walking is fine on the back half of the property. We would stay here again.
This is a clean park not too far off I-40. Roads and pads are gravel and level. Big rigs should not have an issue. There are full hook up sites with cable and Wi-Fi. All other services are available at the hotel/casino. Dog walking is ok, just watch out for the goat heads (weeds with stickers). I would stay here again.
This park is a couple of miles away from the highway so it is very quiet. Roads and sites are gravel, and large enough for most rigs. They emphasized their 'no noise' policy when we checked in. I don't know if we looked like noisy people, but it kind of put us off.
Scenic park in a scenic location. The spaces were a little tight, short, and dusty. While it didn't rain when we were there, I could see how it could be a mess if wet. There are shuttles that take you to the Gouldings hotel where a restaurant is available as well as tours to Monument Valley. There are a couple of trails that can be accessed from the campground. Dog walking is limited in the park but off park is fine.
Easy access from I-40. Level asphalt pads large enough for the biggest rigs with toads. There is a small pond on site, if fishing is your fancy. Large grass areas for dog walking. There are treed sites for tent campers and smaller rigs. A decent restaurant is within walking distance and you get a 10% discount with your KOA receipt, and there is a trinket store / Indian collectibles on both sides of the freeway. Would stay here again when in the area.
Nice park with easy access to I-70. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites were easy to get into and out of, were of average size, level gravel pads with a grass area for each site. Has a decent pet walking areas. They even provide a hydrant for those dogs inclined to use it. Would visit this park again if in the area.