A one-night stop for us and it worked fine. Clean, level sites, and a spotless new bathroom/shower complex in the main building. In fact I've never seen such clean showers at a campground. Lack of shade, but it appears to be a "young" park? Maybe the trees will grow. Highway is nearby, so I would avoid sites closer to the road. Not much to do right at the park; just a playground for the kids and a walking trail. We would stay again for a quick stop.
This was a quick one-night stay for us. I would only visit again for that reason. Lots of green grass and shaded sites. Freeway and train traffic was far away and not an issue. People were noisy until late at night, but we may have just hit the wrong day. Seems to be a jumping off point for rafters on the Green River. In fact they were having loud conversations and laughing at 6am! Easy to find and in the city, but no "city" noise. We would stay again for a quick one-nighter, but not as a destination.
I see why reviews are mixed on this park. If you come from a wet climate like we do and just want sun, ultra-clean restrooms and showers, and a great view, come here. If you want green trees and the forest feel, forget it. This is out in the open among the sagebrush. At least there are no snakes or scorpions though; or that's what we were told. We loved it for the reasons above. Weekdays it's a ghost town with maybe 10 sites full. We had no one within 5 sites of us. Nice solitude. Showers were spotless. Water spigot is centrally located in each loop, so make sure you fill up BEFORE parking (we made that mistake). Lake was useless; too low for boats and not a swimming lake anyway. Zapata Falls is a must-see just a few miles away. We would camp here again.
A decent FS campground just 3 miles north of West Yellowstone. They have some electric sites, but most do not. We chose no electric since they were closer to the highway (we camp in a hybrid trailer). Real quiet on a Sunday night. You can occasionally hear road traffic, but very little traffic during the nighttime. I would camp here again. Hosts were very friendly.
A big park! A mix of sagebrushy sites and some shady tree sites. River is accessible via a trail from some sites. This campground worked fine as a base for exploring the rest of the park. A good middle location between town of Jackson and the main park action farther north. Very quiet at night. We would camp here again. A nice dump station at the entrance. Fresh water is only available at that spot, at least to hook into your RV.
This was a hidden surprise. Driving in it felt like we were on someone's large lakefront property. You camp on green grass under shady trees right along the lake. The lady was very friendly and the place was quiet. Not really a resort, but a large grassy area under the trees. There are boats and a dock. Lots of wildlife (birds). One negative is the train traffic on the other side of the lake. But I'm used to quiet nights of sleeping and it didn't bother me much. We were in a hybrid trailer so we could hear it pretty well too. We would stay here again. It's a good place for a quick stop. We didn't see any permanent residents.