From first glance the resort is very nice and well kept. That being said, once there, the campground has much that is less than desirable. First off there are a large number of speed bumps. None of them are straight on, so going over them make you feel a little sea sick. The person who checked us in was extremely nice and helpful. We had a river site, but don't advise it. It was extremely crowded with many sites having multiple cars/trucks. The train across the water is nice to see in the day, but comes many times during the night and is LOUD. During the day the river is nice to look at, but so many rafters leaves little privacy. The bathrooms get cleaned 3 times a day which is not nearly enough. The bathrooms/showers were overcrowded and always dirty. Not enough showers or bathrooms for a facility that big. The worst part of this resort was actually what drew me to it (I have now learned my lesson). The resort hosts an adventure park, restaurant and raft company. They make for a very busy park which take away a sense of safety and makes things very crowded. I go camping to get away from the crowds. This resort is perfect for people going rafting and wanting to stay in the thick of it, but for people looking to get away, look somewhere else.
This resort is great! It is close to Yellowstone. The facilities were wonderful. The bathrooms were like that of 4-5 star hotel. Put-put for the kids (needs a little updating, but still very nice. We had a deluxe site which gave us a large grassy area for the kids to play. Only thing that could make the stay better was having fire rings at each site. Currently they have just a community fire each night.