This is an open gravel parking lot with no rest room or shower to use. The Wi-Fi can be accessed but only outside, and the wind blows horribly just about every day. The laundry facilities are good: regular washing machine and dryer are not coin operated. You just pay $2/load and you can dry as long as you like.
The park is old and extremely small, cramped spaces. To use the showers required hours waiting in the registration building. The mosquitoes were terrible so you couldn't wander outside. The only good thing was the location. Next time I'll stay outside the park. Also, the food in the cafeteria was horrible. We stayed 3 nights.
I agree with the other reviews and want to add that the showers were the best force I've been in. The host not only provided a map of Cody but also a map with restaurant listings; a definite help, plus his suggestions were great. Grannys is a great place for breakfast and the Cody Cattle Company dinner show was very enjoyable: the best guitar player I've heard. If you go to the rodeo, get seats on the opposite side from the entrance and the first seats in the middle. That way you get to view first hand the livestock entering and being mounted by the cowboys.
We were under the impression this was in a rural setting outside Denver; we were in a terrible part of town. The shower and bathroom facilities were dark,not very clean and dingy. On the plus side the laundry was inexpensive and very nice.
Great hostess, helpful and friendly. Level gravel sites with grass between sites and spruce trees between. Cable TV was a plus and the bath house was the nicest I've been in. I especially liked the 2 room shower stalls with a chair for "stuff" and the bath room was spotless. I also appreciate the "no smoking" campground; so nice not to see cigarette butts all over the place. We played mini-golf and horseshoes and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Difficult to find, not good signage. 1 1/4 miles down a dusty road. Facilities fair, at best. Bath house clean and old with "no smoking" sign on door yet a receptacle outside the door packed with butts, just like all the other ones on the property. The smell of all the animals was horrible. It looks run down and with mostly permanent residents; I wouldn't stay here again and if it weren't for the Passport America discount, I wouldn't have stayed here at all.
Excellent in every way-hostess very cordial and helpful. Sites level, new gravel, enough space between sites and shade in just about every site. Extremely nice shower facilities. I especially liked the painting on the bathroom stall doors (colorful, heavy ladies in bathing suits-the men's had license plates painted on the walls and the stall doors looked like cowboy doors). The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because there's nothing to do here and I had to walk around the park 10 times to make and hour. I'd definitely stay here again.
The literature said this was Western KY's newest trailer park and it was horrible. It was a parking lot with no shade, some sites had rust in the water and it smelled terrible. We were leery of leaving anything in the back of the truck because of the "campers" in the vicinity. We were just so tired and it was getting late. No restrooms.
This was my first camping experience and I found the park nice, shady, and convenient. The only downfall I found was with the office area; it stunk like cat urine and the hostess didn't know much at all about trailers.