Very nice folks to check you in. Everything is open now. Had a pull through site, 30 amp, and we did fit, but we're only 37' long. Power is somewhat lacking. Plugged in my surge protector, and it read 109v. We could run the ac, but turned it off while we cooked dinner to be on the safe side. Showers were clean, but a little dated. I think this might have been an old KOA. Hopefully, the new owner will improve on some of these issues. RVers do like their power.
We have stayed here before, and for an overnight stop, it fits the bill. Rate reflects the PPA price. A little close to our neighbors, and if we had a slide out, too, we would have been very close. Would stay here again.
Good overnight stay. Permanent/long term folks are in the back part of the park, we were up front near the highway. Not alot of shade, so great satellite reception. Ran the air, so didn't notice the highway traffic. Host was sick, so we just left the fee in an envelope. Pick your own site, so if you don't get a level one(most of them are), it's your own fault. Would stay here again.
Very friendly staff, and easy to get to. My only issue was when we pulled into our site with our toad still attached, our power cord wasn't long enough to reach. The hook ups are at the back of the site. Unhokked, backed up and good to go. Would stay here again.
Rate is for Passport America, even though the current book has it as $17.50 for W/E site. We got a FHU one, which we didn't need for just an overnight stay. When asked about it, they said all of the sites are the same price now, and wouldn't move us because it was too hot?? Would probably look for something a bit cheaper for just an overnight stay.
Not sure where the previous reviewer stayed at, but our experience was totally different. The camp hosts came to our site to collect the fee, and gave us useful information. Very nice folks. The price is for a W/E non sewer hook up site , and ours did have just 20 AMPS. No problem. For $25, you get a FHU site. We didn't know that different sites had different power outlets. Our site was a very nice long back in site. I will say, that if you read the directions from Woodalls or Trailer Life, they will take you to the primitive campground on a 4X4 dirt road. Our GPS ( for once) took us right to it. If in the area, we would stay here again.
Hosts are very nice, and gave us the Passport America rate for entire 8 day stay, since it was after their summer season. As the earlier reviews stated, there are some dings that should be addressed. 1) The sewer is higher than the outlet. 2) Pay showers. 3) Dogs loose and others not cleaning up. 4) Dusty and you aren't allowed to clean your rig. Good cell and aircard service for Verizon. We would stay here again.
Nice convenient park just 13 miles from the west entrance to Yellowstone. Very friendly hosts. Price is the Passport America rate for a 7 night stay. Roads are on the dusty side, but you can wash your rig with no additional charge. Nice. Bathrooms are a bit dated, but clean and plenty of hot water. Didn't really notice the highway noise at night. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for a week to check out the area. Lots to do. Staff was very friendly upon check in. Price is with one of the discounts they give. The sites are a bit close, but not to the extreme that some other places we've stayed. There is a bit of shade at the sites, but that is from very small trees. There is a notice that they water the grass areas between the sites every night. Did see some water spots on the rig, but no biggy. You can wipe down your rig out of a bucket for free, but to wash it, you need a $10 permit. Cars, trucks, etc., need to be taken to a car wash in town. We would stay here again.
We stayed in the sites that had 50 amp service, which from another review are the overnight spots. I have to agree with that term as those sites are pretty close to each other, no table or fire rings. My wife used the restrooms and although clean, they are dated with a door missing on one of the stalls, and a plain sheet of plywood on the other.
A nice campground for a home base to see the area. Owners are very nice. They also provide a pet walking service, too. Had a nice time there. Should note that they are in the process of trying to sell the campground, and if they do, the above statements, might not apply.
I have to agree with the others that this is a first class place. If the wifi went down, we just went to the desk, and they got it up and running. But at night, you just had to live without it, no biggy. Staff very willing to give tips on the area for things to do. One other comment. Our trailer is wired for 50 amp service and we got a 30 amp site. When ac and microwave were both on at the same time, power was on the low side. This isn't the fault of the campground, but just to say if you have a 50 amp camper, you'd be better off requesting a 50 amp site.