This is a nice campground but the road noise can get quite loud at times. Their restrooms were nice and very clean. They don't have an office onsite but there is a camp host that was very friendly and very helpful. Wifi is very important to me and theirs was not consistent, but I was able to go to the library to accomplish what I needed. This town has a lot to offer and this campground works well for us whenever we are in town. We will stay here again. Rate reflects a weekly rate.
This is a very pretty park, we stay here when we visit family in town. We only gave this a 6 because although they have a water fill up station it is hard to get to and you have to go across town to dump. They also have a bit of a drainage issue. The park is in the flood plain so when they had an unseasonable amount of rain the park flooded and we had to switch sites. Despite these issues this is still a nice park to stay in when visiting town.
This was a nice campground to stay at when visiting Medora. We travel slowly so we stayed for a week but most campers stayed for 2-3 days. Wifi is very important for me and theirs worked well. Medora is a nice town to get around in if you just want to ride bikes. The only time we used our car all week was to go to The Musical, which is on top of a hill that unless you are an avid biker you would not want to tackle on a bike. If you are visiting here make sure you have everything you need because there is not grocery store in town. The closest groceries are 40 miles away in Dickinson. We ran out of a couple things and the local convenient store had a couple tomatoes and apples they could sell us. Don’t miss going to Roosevelt National Park it is a wonderful park. We would stay here again. Rate reflects a weekly rate.
This is a great campground that is very well maintained. The owners and workers are very nice and accommodating to every one. The park is quiet and easy to navigate around. It was close to everything in town, there is a nice path that we rode to take our bikes to town everyday. The dog run is large and well maintained. This is also a great park to stay at to visit Yellowstone. The only thing to remember when visiting this park is when you turn onto Merill lane, it gets a little narrow but we had no problem getting our 65' semi and 5th wheel in. They have cable but most sites you can get your satellite to work. If you have stayed here in years past check it out again the owners take pride in their campground and seem to have recently expanded and have re-sodded several of the sites. Livingston is a nice small town that has a lot of options but manages to remain a quaint town. Internet is important to me and theirs worked great. We will stay here again. Rate reflects a weekly rate.