Bauers Canyon is a nice quiet little park. Everything was good except cleanliness of the toilet and shower areas. We stayed a week. Although not as convenient to Zion and Bryce as others, the travel wasn't bad. We would stay here again if the bathhouse gets the cleaning attention they promise on their sign.
Spanish Trail is a great campground. Modern and clean restrooms and showers. Spaces are a little small, but typical. The site had grass, and essentially a strip of concrete sidewalk along side the grass. Location is south of Moab, so not as convenient to Arches and Canyonlands as others, but OK. My only complaint is road noise from Hwy 191. This is likely typical of all parks in this area. We would stay here again.
This was a pretty nice campground, except for $49 they should throw in a shower token for each person for every 3rd night or so. $3.75 may look good to somebody coming in from backwoods where camp fee was cheap or free, but its a ripoff if you're pay $49. There is Wi-Fi in the laundrymat and a couple other places around the campground. Its a little slow and gets bogged down. We would probably stay here again if only for location. Jackson is 40 miles away.
About the only thing going for it was location, however travelling through Hayden Valley was slow due to buffalo induced traffic jams. This hampered most travel on the east side of the park. The sites are narrow, but we fit with one slide out. Almost anything you buy, fuel, food, even showers are a rip off, they know they gotcha. Not sure if we would stay here again as most of the things you want to see are on west side of park (geysers) or on the northern loop (Canyon). West Yellowstone may be a better choice.
This is a great campground, and very convenient to downtown. Staff was friendly and helpful. There is a courtesy shuttle to Temple Square. Only minor beef was their internet was a little pokey and they had North Temple under construction. We would definitely stay here again.
The park is located east of Cody on Hwy 16, which is noisy until late. The sites are narrow and tight. Ours required blocks to get us level left to right. A grass patch separates each site. Restrooms and showers were nice and clean. Laundromat was $1.25/wash & $.50 for 30 minute dry. Reasonably priced. There are not many choices for campgrounds in Cody. Absaroka Bay is a good value. If you have questions about things to see, ask at the office, the owner was very helpful. If you are approaching from the east WY 16 is a better choice than 14 out of Sheridan, which was narrow,twisty, and steep in places. We would stay here again.
This park is nice, although strangely laid out. The sites were long, but narrow. We were at #69. The campground was right adjacent to Old Hill City Road. During the day quite noisy with traffic and the tourist train that runs by every couple hours. At night things quieted down. They charge $5 extra for a site with sewer hook up. Since only here 2 days we passed. Our site had electric, water and cable. The showers and restrooms were clean and worked. Its located 10 minutes from Mt. Rushmore. The Borglum Museum is in Keystone and worth a stop. We would stay here again if visiting Mt. Rushmore.
The location and rate were the biggest benefit of this park. It is very convenient to the Badlands. The showers and restrooms weren't fancy but they were clean, and worked. Wi-Fi was a hotspot near office only. Restaurant attached with all you can eat pancake breakfast for $6. They charged extra for sewer hookup, so we went with water and electric only. Here only 2 days. They have a dump station. We would stay here again for its convenience.