Caution here!! Be very careful to get a receipt from the office which is in the Brandin Iron Inn Motel. They told us at check in that we would get a receipt when we checked out but the manager, said our bill would be $86.13. When I went to check out the young man working that morning ran my card again. After we had moved on to the next town I checked my bank account online and found I had also been charged in a separate charge for $114.00. After many phone calls to the office talking the manager, and other clerks, I still have no assurance that they will take actions to correct their mistake. Now I have my bank working on it to dispute this erroneous charge. I would never stay here again. There's a much prettier park just 8 miles west of West Yellowstone on highway 287. It's right on a lake. Wish we had seen it first but we came into town on a different highway. I believe this park nice park is called Yellowstone Holiday. Anyhow always get a receipt when you pay your bill at check in. Painful lesson learned here.
This is a pretty park. The owners have a greenhouse and grow their owns flowers which are planted all over the park, not just at the entrance like some parks. The spaces are easy to get in to. The free WIFI is nice when it's working but every time it rains a little the WIFI drops off. The managers were very friendly and a park work camper, Harlie, was outstanding. He directed us to places of interest in Missoula including a great fried chicken diner and the local Moose Drool brewery!! Thanks Harlie!
This is a pretty campground near the freeway but traffic noise wasn't a problem. The manager was outstanding. He lead us to our site and helped direct us in so I, the co-pilot wouldn't have to get out and help the pilot in the rain. He also gave us a Montana road map and recommended several routes we could take and the tourist sights we could see. He offered to call the next morning to check road conditions as snow had been predicted. Very nice man!!
Very nice area and campground. The receptionist and workers at the fairgrounds bent over backward to be helpful. The receptionist was out for lunch when we arrived so another worker brought us into the office and had us taken to a campsite. Later we came back in to pay. There are many great things to visit very near here. We enjoyed the Mother Cabrini Shrine, Buffalo Bill's Grave and Museum and the Coors Brewery. Lots of nice stores just across the freeway. This is a clean, nice campground and we would love to come back. They do take reservations.
Large pot holes in driveway still here. The manager apologized for this saying the owner was to take care of this. This is a pleasant campground with grass around our campsite. Many of the campsites are marked with orange cones because the hook-ups don't work properly. This is a good stopover. We would stay here again on our way from Colorado to South Dakota.