Nice campground on Milford Lake. Our loop had only 30 amp and water, no sewer. There is a boat ramp nearby and some shady spots. Rate reflects Federal senior pass. Be advised that the campground is located 11 miles from the interstate. We were told that 50 amp sites are at another park.
Ok for an overnight. There were lots of flies when we got there...don't know why. Owners friendly and helpful. Restrooms were clean. Be advised the town is almost completely dead. Windows and doors "downtown " were boarded up, but there was a decent-sized grocery store, the only business we saw. Campground is for sale. Rate is PPA.
Be advised that the campground is located about 10 miles west of the interstate. There is a tight turn coming out of the campground. Campground is on Big Thompson River. Some sites are riverfront. Sites rather close together. Staff friendly. Some shade. Walking trail and fenced dog yard. Clean restrooms and laundry. Had to pay an extra $1 a day for WI-FI.
Located behind Ft. Caspar Museum. No sign for campground on the highway so it took awhile how to get to it. The entrance is very scenic and staff was friendly, but the campground itself was a big disappointment. It is essentially a big gravel parking lot in the full sun with lots of permanent residents on the perimeter. There was no picnic table at the site. The bathrooms were very clean, but be advised that the toilet stalls have shower curtains rather than doors.
Sites are close together and two spaces share electricity and water hook ups. Staff friendly. Great views of the Badlands. Ok for a night or two. The town is very, very small and there is only a gas station, bar/grill, post office, and a small food/convenience store. The closest drug store is 30 miles through the park to Wall Drugs. The campground is for sale.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. This campground was nice for a couple of days. No shade, but temps pleasant. Very clean bathrooms. Very friendly campground hosts. Only heard the train in the daytime. The town of Summit is well past its prime with only one restaurant, a small hardware store, and a grocery store that I would be leery of eating food from (lack of turnover). Otherwise, everything is boarded up.The nearest town in either direction is 30 miles away.
No Wi-Fi at site unless you are close to the office/house. Bathrooms were old, but clean. Sites close together. Only campground in area. Note: don't expect to see any falls in International Falls as there aren't any.
PPA rate. New owners since June, very friendly. Bathrooms clean, but need modernizing. Site not level. Lots of highway noise, so bring a white noise machine or fan. Rumbling train noise at 5 am. Not bad for an overnight stay.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. Campground is down in a valley so there was no wi-fi or cell phone service. No full hookup sites available for us as most of the sites are seasonal sites. Mosquitoes were very bad at dusk. OK for a one night stopover. I would look for another campground if longer than one night.
Right off the interstate, and I was pleasantly surprised that there was no interstate noise to speak of. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Individual bathroom/shower was very clean. Wifi worked well. Would definitely return.
We had a nice shaded spot, full hookups, pull through. Everything worked fine, the bathrooms and laundry room were clean. Not much space between sites. Trains run day and night but do not blow their whistles. There is some road noise from the interstate. If your camper is well insulated and you run a small fan for white noise, you'll hardly hear it. It's convenient to Walmart, the fairgrounds, Bear River Walk, and a couple of restaurants in walking distance. The Wi-Fi was flaky. We would return to this park.
Agree with previous reviews. What you don't know until you get here, is that using your A/C will cost you an extra $3.50 per day and using the cable TV will also cost you another $3.50 per day. There is no Wi-Fi and I doubt there ever will be. Bathrooms are outdated but appeared clean. Laundry room has 2 washers and one dryer. Interior roads are skinny and rough in spots. Not bad for one night if you don't care about A/C, cable TV or Wi-Fi.
I had to clean the plastic bottles out of the fire pit and there were lots of cigarette butts on the ground too. No sewer sites so okay for a few days. Didn't use shower facilities but they looked fairly clean. No shade at our site.
Mostly seasonals. Not well laid out for RVs. We were told it was laid out for park models. No shade. Hamburgers at bar/grill were fair. Good for one night only. Didn't use restrooms. Too expensive for what you get.
It's a former KOA, rather hard to get to unless you have been there before. Situated next to a 24 hour Walmart, not far off US 287. Check-in person was very pleasant and friendly. She did her best to accommodate our wishes for a shady site. It has a swimming pool, but we didn't use it. Showers are very clean. The big negative for this park is the train noise all night long. Bring earplugs! Okay for an overnight stay.
Adequate for a night or two. Sites were pull through and we had no one on either side of us. No real shade to speak of, even though there were some trees. Owner pushed the restaurant but it was disappointing. My steak was overcooked, chewy, and tasteless but spouse's ribs were good. Only heard one train horn during the night, which is unusual in this part of the country. Little store was pretty well stocked. Bathroom had quite a bit of sand in it, but it otherwise appeared clean. Didn't use showers.