We stayed here based on the previous review, but I think they had the wrong park! There is no pool, cable, or wifi as the previous post suggested. This park is in a great location, just south of Yellowstone. The roads are pretty dusty, but they are quite spacious. The Snake River is pretty close by, and there is a convenience store and restaurant on the premises. My husband and son hired the fly fishing guide from the activities desk and had a wonderful time catching cutthroat trout. Overall, it's not as fancy as some parks, but its location made up for lack of ameneties.
This is a clean, well-maintained KOA. We loved the fact that we could fish in the river right outside our trailer door. The town of Dubois is within walking distance. There are great fishing lakes close by. We will definitely visit again.
I made reservations at this park after reading that the rates at the local KOA were too high. We did not pay in advance (thank goodness!) and when we arrived, the office was closed. There was a note on the door as to which campsite was ours. We drove in and felt like we had found a leftover commune from the 60's. Most everyone was living here full time, including the people staying in their tents. As we started to back into our spot, my husband and I noticed the shirtless man coming out of the trailer next to ours with a long beard smoking a joint, and we both said, "Let's get out of here!" I wouldn't have spent any amount at this KOA right then! We didn't actually stay, nor would I recommend this campground to anyone.
We arrived one week before the official opening date, but were thrilled that they had opened early due to the pleasant weather. The owners were extremely helpful in getting us set up and giving us pointers about keeping our water lines open so we wouldn't freeze our pipes. There were only 2 other trailers in the park, but it seemed very spacious to us. We loved the proximity to Bryce Canyon. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed at the Wagon Box RV Park while visiting family in Story. It is in a beautiful setting, with lots of cottonwood, aspens, and pines, with a creek running through it. There are a lot of deer that wander through. There is a corral on the premises with horseback riding available. There is no convenience store, although there is a restaurant very close by. This park does not offer a lot of amenities, but the scenery makes it a worthwhile spot. There are only a few spots with full hook-ups, and the spots along the creek are just electric and water. There is no check-in station. We were told to pick a site, and we could pay later. The owners were very casual and friendly. We will definitely stay here again.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. The office was a little busy, but everyone was very helpful. We especially enjoyed the Sunday night barbeque and bluegrass music. The campground was well-maintained and clean. We stayed over the Fourth of July and the park was full, but we didn't feel crowded. We will definitely stay here again when we come to Colorado.