Typical KOA in the east. Very narrow roads, gravel in sites last decade. Too focused on keeping kids happy and paying the corporate franchise. During wet weather it can be a mud hole. Was told my rig was ok where parked then requested to move it forward 20 ft 45 minutes later. Needs new gravel on most sites as truck and trailer were leaving good ruts. Roads narrow and not really big rig friendly as claimed (although some were. I was not given one after calling ahead a week in advance explaining size of rig). Overall not impressive and I will not be back.
Rate reflects weekly rate. Ok I admit I do not use the restrooms so they do not reflect in my view of this campground. Run by very nice people and even the other guests in the park are among the friendliest I've met anywhere in MT. The park is very well kept and very big rig friendly, the roads are very navigable by the biggest rigs. My RV is combined length of 74 foot and had no problems navigating and keeping it on the roads. Without a pool it is not truly child friendly, but lots of open space and green grass. Nice place for us folks who enjoy a park that is not full of children continually. Good quiet country atmosphere.
I honestly don't know why this was rated so highly and elected Wyoming Campground of the year. I have stayed in better places in Wyoming. It is nicely landscaped with green grass, but it is really only set up for motorhomes. By the time I got my 5th wheel far enough forward to reach the electric I would need 25+ feet of hose to reach the sewer. It is suitable for an overnight, but I would not call it spectacular by any means.
I love this place! If you do not like the desert, seclusion, a little dust, and no fast food, please pick another place to camp. This place is all about quiet in the desert with full hook ups. Huge sites, friendly staff, and beautiful skies make this an annual stop each year for at least a week. If you can not live without your cell phone and a Wal-Mart next door, please stick to the interstate side campgrounds and leave this quiet secluded jewel to those of us who enjoy it. I can always skype for contact as the Wi-Fi is good!
Very clean, very nice park. Way too expensive for what you get. I have stayed here many times and the only thing that changes is the price, and it always goes up with no new services. I'll save a bit and stay elsewhere in the future. I also notice it is less crowded on each visit so they may be pricing themselves out of the market in today's economy.
We've been here a few times and it is improving with each visit. Pool added since our last visit, as well as a dog run and picnic tables. Considering the area it is in (desert SW) it is a great overnight stop.
Last visited 2 years ago, major improvements since then. Dog run and landscape timbers add to a much nicer overall appearance. The cafe is a nice difference to get dinner or breakfast without driving into town. Wi-Fi still weak at night when busy, but for the surrounding area do not think this can be beat.
Be sure to give the size of your rig when calling. They advertise big rig friendly, but are not so well laid out. I was unable to fit my big fifth wheel in the site they had for me. Had to change plans and camp across town.
We called asking for a big rig reservation and were told maximum length was 45 feet. Although they advertise big rig friendly, this is obviously not the case in todays RV size requirements. We redesigned our trip due to this restriction.