We stayed here for 5 nights and used this as a jumping point into the park. I recommend the park if you can't fit into Yellowstone itself or they are booked up. This campground was a pretty high transit place, folks don't stay that long here. We found other campers VERY friendly!!! Just be aware of the kamping kabin's and the noise level that goes with them... One more row over would have been fine for us... They serve Breakfast and Dinner which tasted great, but was way overpriced. Playground was great. Horseshoe pits not great. Pool was kinda icky and musty, and cold. Mini golf was horrid, but what do you expect for a $1. Store was well stocked. Staff was all friendly but we did get a nasty note put on our camper for having something on a tree. Views from our site at the back were GREAT!!! We could see all the 4th of July fireworks from our site at the top of the hill in the back. Fire-pit was in a bad location due to awnings so that was disappointing. Most can get a sat signal here. Campground was very clean! Bench swings at the sites were very nice! The sites on the hill are not level, you need to raise your left side up about 2 inches so bring boards with you. Arcade only had one machine working so kids were disappointed. I still would stay here again if I can't get into the park. Oh, rodeo was fun but not linked to the campground in any way [it is next to the campground]. I just wish the pool was better as I had higher expectations... The price here is a little steep..
We used this as an overnight stop and worked out well. They had a blow up slide and pool for the kids which is great, and you can walk along the river next to the campground. Views are very nice and located next to the tourist trap, I mean town. I felt like we were being setup by two "campers" for the music show/dinner which is also promoted by the campground. Something didn't seem right but they left us alone once they knew we were not going and then they wandered to the next trailer that just pulled in. The kids liked this place, lots of room to ride bikes and was an easy place to go explore from.
Used this as a stop over so didn't stay long. Site was level and access was easy for big units. Could get sat signal at our site but this can be hit and miss for some. Folks seemed friendly at the campground. Playground was ok. Pool looked a bit scary. Office staff was friendly.
We used this as a stop over on our way out west. It was good for what we wanted as a stop over but not sure about staying here longer. Playground was a bit tired, change machine didn't work for the arcade, and while they have a day room with goodies, no one was there to sell anything. Our site res was incorrect but the front staff worked to resolve that so I can't complain and got a massive back-in location. Just didn't feel like a friendly campground, but that can be subjective to the folks that are there. Front office staff was very nice and helped us find a delivery pizza joint that delivered to the campsite. Nice thing about the location is you can go to tour the RV manufacturing plants which we didn't have time for on this journey. Easy on/off the highway.
We only used this for a late night stop over. I wish we had time to stay longer. This is a smaller campground but SUPER nice folks, playground was super clean, and the kids loved playing on the boat. Our site was level and it was quick to get too from the highway. Staff helped us out with our late arrival and the parks / lake side near here was great [again, wish we stayed longer]. Other campers very friendly. Only negative comment would be you can hear the highway, but this is like all other campgrounds through I90. I will stay here again and recommend to others.
This is a nice and clean park. We looked at each other when we first pulled into our site wondering if we had made a mistake, but it was just different than we are used to. The campground is quiet, and they will enforce that as a rowdy crowd well after quiet hours was bounced out the next day (off went 5 trailers!). I see this as a plus! The game room only has 5 games, but the playground is VERY nice. The snack shack is cheap, and the pool is heated and in good condition. Our dogs loved to be walked around here, and it is a very quick bike ride to the beach; you just need to get up the hill (but then coast down the other side). No kids activities that we saw but I was told things don't get going until July. Other campers/seasonal folks are very friendly, but most of the kids on the weekend we went spoke French as it was Quebec's long weekend. After being away from Canada for 20 years, my French didn't come close to cutting it. The bathrooms/showers are very clean, and the folks here take pride in the campground. They are a little over bearing with the dog rules, but who likes noisy dogs wrecking your stay, so I can understand. Thankfully we have well behaved dogs.
We stayed at a lakefront spot, and I found my stay one I will remember for the rest of my camping life. The folks at the park are very friendly, and our kids made friends very quickly. The only negative things I can think of was the pool was not heated (it was a chilly June weekend) and a big rock at the end of our site to help mark two sites off caused a difficult back in. This was unique to this site. The guy next to me showed me a run in he had with the rock the year before on his motorhome. Then again, he had a monster class A, but we managed to get our large 5th wheel in perfect. The dog park is a little on the outside fringe of the park but was very clean. This place would make me go seasonal if I could get that specific spot. I highly recommend this campground for families with kids. It is a tad on the pricey side for lakefront with 2 kids and 2 dogs, but I don't regret the upgrade.