We stayed just one night, but enjoyed it. Nicely kept place, lots of shade. Nice folks with an inexpensive pancake breakfast deal in the AM. Good idea, cause it's a long way to restaurants/stores. 1st week in June it was still chilly at night and no bug problems. We would definitely stop again. Badlands NP is cool.
This park is fine for an overnight stay. Long sites, all gravel, no shade, and it's VERY windy in this part of the world. The bath/shower was older, but clean. Didn't get wi-fi password at check-in and office was closed when we got back from dinner, so didn't get to use it. Convenient to I-40.
This is a very nice park, with NO shade anywhere. We stayed in conjunction with the train trip to Grand Canyon. The bath and laundry facilities were very clean and the staff was very nice. We would recommend this package to anyone visiting the Canyon.
We arrived here on June 6th and were amazed by the snow drifts in the campground. Also had a grizzly walk through the B loop at 8 am the 2nd morning. We saw snow, thunderstorm with hail, 30 degree overnight temps and sunny days in our stay. As others have said, it's very tight quarters, but doable in a 26' TT. It is central to all things Yellowstone. The bath & laundry facilities were reasonably clean. But 2 weeks with no cable TV, no Wi-Fi and no cell service unless you drove around looking for a spot, got old. We LOVED Yellowstone and when we go back, we'll have satellite and internet capability on board. And maybe go a couple of weeks later!
We stayed here for a big soccer tournament and it was fine. I was a little leery of noise, being between the airport and the interstate and it's all night construction, but it wasn't bad. The place was neat and well kept, albeit packed. The mens room had 2 showers and 1 stall, but it was clean. The fellow running the place was very nice. We would stay here again if in Boise (which is a terrific little city).
This will probably be my last KOA stay. This was an OK park with clean bathrooms, but it was $58 per night with my 'loyalty card.' The following night we stayed in a very similar non-KOA park nearby. It was quieter, had a lot less kids whooping through the park till near dark, and it was $32 with NO discount. (The last 3 KOA parks cost me $71, $58 and $51 per night, the highest we encountered in a 40 day cross country trip.)
This is the most expensive RV park I have ever stayed in. $71 per night WITH my loyalty card discount, and no cable TV, very unreliable cell service and mud everywhere. The free Wi-Fi worked well. The bathroom/shower rooms were not very clean and our back in site was virtually unlevelable. We planned 3 day stay, left after one. We would NOT recommend this park to anyone. The 'riverfront' sites are now cabins, not RV sites. In fact half the park or better is being converted to cabins.
Beaudry is a resort. Neat, manicured grounds, bath and laundry area is spotless. Nice lady at check-in. Not many folks in September, but I'll bet this place is hopping in season. Restaurant open a couple of hours for lunch only, and sandwiches and salads were fine.
Typical KOA. Clean, no surprises. The cable amounted to 3 or 4 channels, don't know what was wrong. Pretty quiet place. Paved pad to park on. Restrooms very nice and clean. Nice spot for one night and some sleep. It's why I use KOA's on a road trip.
A typical KOA, meaning clean restroom/showers and no real surprises. This is much more a family camping destination than most KOA's along the interstates. Place was packed and staff woman was short and frazzled at check in. I probably would have been too. Wife stayed here 40 years ago with parents, said it looked just like she remember then. Little signed nature trail a nice touch for kids. Our site had no cable.
A typical KOA which means fine for a night. Nice folks,clean showers and restrooms. Not much gravel and many sites were muddy/wet from all the rain they have had. No cable and not much antenna reception either. No trash cans ! Every scrap of trash had to be taken to the one dumpster near the entry.
I've looked at the debate on this park and I found it to be just fine. People were courteous and the park was clean, albeit snow covered. The wi-fi didn't work from a very close to the office site but we were able to use computer in office. The trains going by all night could be a problem if you are a light sleeper, they are pretty loud and constant. Course if it's 2 below and your heater runs all night like ours did, it helps drown out the noise. We also had no pets.