We stayed here for a week while visiting Mt. Rushmore and other local sites. The park is very large and has lots of families with children, but is well maintained and relatively quiet, considering the number of campers. Our kids enjoyed the jumping pillow, water slide, pool, and playground. All-you-can-eat pancakes for a nominal fee (I think it was $1.99), although drink prices are pretty steep. It cost our family of five over $20 for breakfast. The showers in the main shower-house were AMAZING - hot water, good water pressure, individually locking doors, and well-maintained. It's a busy park, with lots of kids on bikes, so we didn't like to drive through the park unless absolutely necessary. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a few nights to visit the sites in Cody and to go to Yellowstone. The campground is on the outskirts of town, but a very short drive will get you to the local stores/attractions. We had a shady spot toward the front of the park. It was a level, shady spot with gravel. We were very pleased with our spot. We were close to the road, but the highway noise was not overbearing. The pool was clean, as were the restrooms/showers, although you can tell the restrooms get plenty of use. The free pancakes were good, and the charge for drinks & extras (bacon/sausage/muffins/cereal) were reasonable (it cost our family of five $8 for breakfast). All in all, a pleasant experience. We would stay here again.
This was a stop-off point for us on our way home.The campground is very nice - mostly level, pull-through spots with fire rings and concrete pads. Spots are staggered so we got a nice view of the nearby forest. Trees at the front of the park are new, so there is not established shade, but in a few years that should improve. There are 3 swimming areas; a small, but nice indoor pool, zero-depth to 2 ft kiddie pool with mushroom fountain, and 4 foot outdoor pool. Pools are very well maintained. Free mini-golf is available. The park is well-kept and clean. We stayed here during the weekend, and the park was very quiet and had lots of spaces left. There is a nearby drive-in theater on Old Route 37 that would warrant a visit if we had stayed longer. Staff was not overly friendly/helpful, but were not rude. When we arrived we were handed a map and left to our own devices to find our spot.
Our family stayed here for a week in a travel-trailer and enjoyed our visit. Upon arriving on site, we were greeted warmly, checked in quickly, and escorted to our site where the owner helped us back in. The weather was hot when we were here, but with all the shade and stream-side location, we were very comfortable. The pool and shower/bathroom areas were very clean. The streams running through the campground were clean and a favorite play spot for our kids. We stayed in spot 10 - toward the front of the park and were not bothered by highway noise. We would definitely stay here again - close enough to Gatlinburg to be convenient, but far enough away to be able to escape the congestion. Feels like a mountain retreat!
This was a nice park for our family. My kids - ages 11, 10 and 6 had a great time playing in the pool, paddle-boating, and catching frogs/fish in the ponds on site. Our site had a concrete pad that was fairly level. The fire-ring was awful close to the front of the camper, but it ended up being OK. The club-house at this park is amazing. it includes the shower house, work out facilities, laundry, arcade, general store, coffee bar, snack bar, and large eating facility. All amenities are free (paddle boats, canoes, mini-golf), but you must bring your own ball for mini-golf - otherwise you can buy one on-site for a nominal fee. We would gladly come back again.