Stopped here for an overnight on the way down to Yosemite. Office staff was very friendly and provided us with a site where we did not have to unhook our tow vehicle as requested. Did not get a chance to use the facilities. Unable to get Wi-Fi due to our site location which was disappointing. Trains are loud but it didn't bother us.
This campground has one thing going for it - location. Other than that it is expensive for what you get. Dirty bathrooms and showers, no laundry facilities or store to speak of and tiny sites jammed together. I had to go out and ask our neighbors if they could go inside as their picnic table was about a foot away from where my kids were sleeping. They do everything manually, and are incapable of moving reservations around to prevent people from having to constantly move to a different spot.
Charged me the wrong rate when I made my reservation and wanted me to pay an additional $7. After I complained, gave me a discount and still paid and extra $2 (even though my receipt says I paid for my first night). Also had to pay an extra fee for each child, so nightly rate was really $43.20 (with the discount). Small showers and only a few washing machines. Some road noise. Gave me the Wi-Fi login, but neglected to tell me it wasn't working (and they didn't really seem to care). For a stopover between Dinosaur NM and Rocky Mtn NP I would probably go somewhere else.
Stayed 1 night in Moraine campground. Nice back in site in B loop. Always love to stay in the park to catch the evening ranger talks. There are very few services in the park, and B loop only has pit toilets. Can catch the shuttle to other parts of the park as well. Firewood and ice available for sale. We would stay here again.
Very friendly staff. Booked a last minute site when we had fridge trouble and needed to move to a campground with electrical hookups. Provided the name of a mobile RV repair service who fixed the problem (not cheap). Site was not great. No shade, pull out on the side of the road site. Paid $5 per night for each person over the first two. Made the nightly rate $59. Enjoyed the pancake breakfast-choice of blueberry, chocolate chip or plain. Can take the shuttle to town or Rocky Mountain NP, but can take awhile.
Stayed here 2 nights while visiting Denver. Clean, well cared for park. Friendly staff. Great laundry facilities. Large showers. Some road noise. Had to pay $5 extra per night for over 2 people. Gets expensive for a family of 4. Store is a little lacking. Free coffee, tea and cocoa during office hours. Office hours are only 9am to 6pm. Nice, level sites. Unfortunately, our site faced the door of the site next to us and they were smokers so we didn't use our picnic table.
Nice sites, clean restrooms, not much to offer on site besides a playground, but it's right in town so everything you need is within walking distance. Great location for exploring Yellowstone. Sites are easy to get in and out. Pricey, but you're paying for location. We tried to book another night, but they were full. We would definitely stay here again.
Great location right at the entrance to Devil's Tower with a wonderful view. Not a great value for what we got, but we only stayed one night. Watching Close Encounters was fun. Showers are a bit old and dark, but ok. Restaurant was good: burgers and sandwiches. Staff was very busy, but friendly. No shade at our site. For a quick trip to Devil's Tower it's a great stop, but otherwise I wouldn't spend time here.
I gave this a 7 due to location in the park and the fantastic ranger talk in the evening at the park ampitheater. We were in B loop. Our "pull-through" site was basically a wide spot in the road, our door opened into the middle of the road (not safe for kids) and the site was not very level. There was no shade. The staff is very friendly and there was even a bison sitting in the middle of D loop. Rates are reasonable, but I would try somewhere else next time.
Really fun campground. My kids wanted to stay longer just to play in the camp. Really reasonable car rental rates if you want to park your rig. Very close to Mt Rushmore with a nightly shuttle to the lighting ceremony. Great access to the Black Hills, Wind Cave and Custer State Park. Restrooms and showers were clean. They'll even pick up your trash each morning if you put it out. 100 miles of ATV trails connected to the park and rentals on site. Horseback rides throughout the day and chuckwagon dinners. Wish we could have stayed longer. Very friendly staff!
Very friendly staff. You can get your admission to the canyon on site. The shuttle service into the canyon stops right out front, though it only runs until a disappointing 6:00pm. Everything you need is right there. Laundry room had plenty of machines at reasonable prices. Lot was not very level. Great place to stay to visit the canyon. I would stay here again.
Great location for visiting Zion. The shuttle runs right out front, and you don't need to move your vehicle once you park. The little burger place attached to the office is quite good. The staff could be more helpful. We only had one picnic table for two site, but it was too hot to sit out anyway. Some RVs were pulled in to sites the wrong direction. If you ask for any information they just tell you to go to the visitor center. The people at the Adventure Company across the street are great. We took a jeep tour up on one of the mesas. The RV park is what you need (full hook ups)and not much else, but you don't need it with Zion next door. I would stay here again simply for the location.
Very friendly people. Great location for visiting Craters of the Moon. The mini golf is a bit run down, but the kids didn't mind. There are only 3 washers and 3 dryers so if anyone else needs to do laundry you will find yourself waiting. Had a nice breakfast in the cafe. Nice park. Would stay here again.
This is an OK campground. Our site was 30 amp, but the fuse would blow if the line of RVs on the river side had too many things going at once. We had to get the host to reset it several times (he was always very nice about it). My daughter and I went to go hike on the trails down along the river, but some people on horseback told us there were rattlesnakes, so we turned back. Many of the campers there had boats and it looks to be great if you have one. There are no ranger programs, but there is a Lewis and Clark visitor center.