Easy in and out, nothing but parking lot with hookups. Very open and windy, large sites. Good for over night, we are staying for 2 days. Lady was friendly in office. We would stay here again, on way to Colorado and did not want to go until after weekend.
Easy in and out. Close to Yellowstone. We stayed in the deluxe sites for the free Wi-Fi, otherwise you paid for it. Bring plenty of food as stores are few and expensive, but they do have to truck it in. Lots of tourist stuff. Deluxe sites have cement patio with swing. Little pricey compared to other KOA for the same thing even with the KOA discount.
Quiet, great for a relaxed do-nothing stay. Folks are friendly. Make sure you come with plenty of food. Free breakfast during summer for RVers. Closed to Craters of the Moon and Mackay Mine Hill. We enjoyed the quiet for the labor day weekend. Good Wi-Fi, spaces are big. We would go back again.
This park sites were very unlevel, had to move to another site to get level. We then had a end site which was good for our dogs. The WiFi is at the office just outside the door, so you had to sit outside to use. They store RV's and this made the park look trashy with the RV's lined around the perimeter of the park. I felt the price of $39. was high with a Good Sam discount, and the fact I could not use my laptop in my rig.
If you like to gamble then it is ok. It's not very pet friendly, there is a fenced in area for them to go, but no grass and it smelled really bad. Very close sites, could not put our awning out. Have to pay for WiFi, however the pool was nice while waiting for laundry to dry. There is a Wal-Mart right across street. We were meeting friends here, so would not stay again just because we don't gamble.
The park was hard to locate, was not anything like what is written about it. We never did meet with anyone in office. Had to leave money in an envelope and drop in box. The sites too close to each other. Sewer for site next to you was right in front of our door. Would not stay again for the price.