What's with KOAs? They always seem to be too busy to keep restrooms up with the human traffic going through them. This park was nice; however, noisy. Near highway. We have decided that we need to avoid KOAs moving forward. 3 times on this trip. 3 times pricey for what you get. Truly suited to the family that wants to be charged for every amenity and needs a place to "dump the kids" for others to look after. With that said, this park appeared clean. Staff was tired but friendly. Just not our cup of tea.
Stayed here because only park with availability that night. Not suited to big rigs really. And not easy to get to. We had to go on to another city because we had difficulty getting to this park and then didn't find it could really accommodate our motorhome and tow car. Several tenters were here so maybe more suited to the "camping" crowd.
Okay park. Large. Pretty busy. People coming in after 10:00PM. Good location. Office staff were nice. Don't know if it is because we got here later in the evening, but the restrooms were not very clean. Had been well used: toilet paper on the floor, etc. If you want an overnight park, it will do. But again, very busy park. They line the RV's up nose to nose. Typical KOA: pay for everything as you go. Nothing included except for hookups.
We loved our stay here. Very clean and well run park. Staff very helpful. They are strict about quiet hours and won't let people check in after quiet hours. We didn't quite make it there the first night like we had planned. They suggested alternative parks to stay at along the way since we weren't going to be in by 9:00 PM. This was no surprise because they state they don't check guests in after 9:00 PM to ensure everybody gets in before quiet hours begin. So we had to cancel the first night but on the other side: we really appreciated this practice while we stayed here because you get a good night's sleep before heading out on the day's activities the next day! The staff is very knowledgable about things to do in the area and how to plan your days here. We stayed 5 nights. Also really enjoyed swimming in the boiling river which is actually hotsprings just 2 miles from the RV park and in Yellowstone Park. We saw elk and big horn sheep go by us as we swam. Campfires were not permitted this time because it was so dry in the area. We didn't really miss that because we were so tired from all the daily activities. Did appreciate the complimentary miniature golf and then usually went straight to bed. Finally, The restrooms are the nicest we have ever seen at an RV Park! We would definitely recommend staying here. So close to Yellowstone Park. Just remember that you need to plan your arrival time.