Stayed here while visiting friends in the area. Centrally located, friendly staff, clean showers/bathrooms. Wi-Fi only near office, and they charged an extra $1/day for using electric heaters in our rig. Rate is with Good Sam and for three people. We'll stay here again.
This is our favorite campground in this area. Visited 2 years ago and returned this year. We stayed in "The Island". Peaceful and quiet, close to attractions. No bathroom/shower facilities in "The Island". Closest was Ranch Camp, which was a short walk away.
We saw Medora's Magazine while in another campground and decided on giving it a try. Lots of bugs (gnats) and cottonwood trees. Sites were level; bathrooms clean and showers good. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable of the area. You must try the Pitchfork Fondue if you visit.
We stayed two nights while visiting friends. They recommended this campground and we agree with them. Sites are back in,level concrete and driveways are asphalt. Some trees close to the road that you need to keep an eye on when traveling to your site. Bathrooms/showers clean. There was WiFi, but it worked best (for us) when we were next to the office. Campground is close to everything you might need. The only negative is it is next to the city park. The local "teen agers" like to park at the entrance to the campground and do their "drinking and smoking". They did stay out of the campground and did not cause us any problems. We will camp here again, when in the area.
This is a great place. We used this as a "base" for 3 days while exploring the area. Approximately 15 mins back to Zion. Spaces were level, area exceptionally clean, office staff extremely helpful (special thanks to them for all their help!). Wi-Fi strong from our site (#32). No cable TV yet, but then we didn't come here to watch TV. There are a few local channels via antenna. Showers were $1 for 5 minutes, which was plenty of time. We would definitely stay here again.
We used this park as an overnight stop on the way to Colorado. It was a bit run down and probably has seen better days. The driveways were gravel and the sites were a mixture of gravel and grass (that needed mowing). We did a bit of a walk around and saw some of the advertised animals. The showers and bathrooms were clean. The price used the Woodall's book coupon ($6 discount on the first night).
Read about this park while planning the continuation of our trip east, from S. Dakota. What a great place!! We were able to get two nights without a reservation. The only thing keeping this from a "10" is the lack of cable, but then we aren't here to watch TV!
Very clean, friendly staff. Nice location, near the north end of Mission Bay. Bathrooms close at dusk, due to some recent vandalism and a fire. Hopefully they will change back and leave the showers open. Easy access to freeway. We'll stay again.
By far one of our favorite local campgrounds. Well kept up & clean showers. The newer area has wide pull throughs, cable TV and WiFi. We spent a weekend 2 weeks before the New Year and ended up booking New Year's weekend. We camped in a motorhome.
We used this as a stop while visiting friends in the area. We were escorted to our site, which was gravel and level. It was a bit of a walk to get to the restrooms, showers, and laundry. This was the most expensive stay during our trip.
This was a great stop. Clean restrooms/showers. Gravel sites that were level. Staff members were friendly. Escorted to site. It was raining during our stay, so we didn't get a chance to do any exploring around. We stopped here overnight enroute to Durango. We would camp here again.
This was a great park. Lots of room, quiet...even with all the Sturgis people around. We were in space #81 in the tall timber. Bathroom/showers were close and very well taken care of. We rented a car from the office and visited Mt. Rushmore. Service was excellent...including after we left a cell phone behind. Staff not only found it, but mailed it back to us. We would definitely stay here again.
We used this as an overnight stop. Good thing we had a GPS, as the entrance from the main street had a small sign and was poorly lit. We were a "late" check in and left payment in the box at the office. Sites were easy to get into, bathrooms/showers clean. Not much in the area; the truck stop across the street has an Arby's, which closed before we could get inside.
We used this as an overnight enroute to parts east. Sites were gravel and level. We walked into Cody for dinner. This was the week before Sturgis, lots of motorcyclists around. When checking in we were given a "complete" rundown on what was available in the area and some help deciding what road to take into S. Dakota to avoid the Sturgis crowd. Service was excellent.
We stayed two nights to do some exploring. The place is nice and close to everything. We checked in late and everything went smoothly. Site was easy to get into and we were close to the bathroom/showers, which were very clean. Walked into West Yellowstone for dinner. They are doing some construction on new cabins, but it was very quiet. There is a hardware store nearby, we bought a small electric heater for the second night. Laundry room was clean and lots of machines. We would camp here again.
We used this as an overnight enroute to Idaho and parts east. Price was high, sites were narrow. Good thing we had our GPS as this was a bit of a drive to find. Grocery store across the street was convenient. On the plus side it was quiet.
We used this as a two nighter before a cruise. They offered $3/day parking while on the cruise, included electric service, so we didn't have to dump all the food. Bathroom closest to office was older and didn't have enough water pressure for a good shower. The other showers were were across the park, much cleaner and plenty of pressure. Lake water was a brownish color??? Must have been the ducks. Charged for WiFi, which had a strong signal from our site. Shopping was close. Seattle was 45 minutes away. Rental car company in Bothell (5 minutes away) if needed. We would camp here again...even if we weren't cruising.
We used this initially as an overnight and were able to get a second night. Sites are gravel and level for the most part. The shuttle to the rest of the park drops off at the entrance. We will be visiting again. Would give a "10", but no showers in Trailer Village.
We used this as an overnight stop between the Grand Canyon and San Diego. The sites are level and the roads are paved. The office closed at 5pm, so we were checked in by the guard? For the size of the RV park it was relatively empty. $5 deposit for the restroom/pool key, which should be refunded when we leave. Cable TV at site advertised, but there was no connection. There were plenty of local channels, though.
Used this a an overnighter. A few minutes from I-5, but easy to find. Large clean bathroom/restrooms. Pool by office, away from sites helped to minimize noise. Large sites with picnic tables. Steady breeze during the afternoon into evening kept bugs away and fresh smell. Remember to ask for WiFi coupon at office. We didn't know until after office was closed. We'd camp here again.