We stayed here 5 nights. We really enjoyed the peace and quiet at this park. The family enjoyed the saline swimming pool which was nice because when you got out of it you didn't smell like chlorine. There is a little recreation room where you can watch movies on their big TV. My wife and I did this when she washed laundry across the hall. The exercise room was a nice perk. Unfortunately, the camp store didn't carry little necessities like milk. We were close to Hot Springs which was good.
We stayed for 5 nights and wished we had stayed a few nights longer. We loved that the bus takes you to the main attractions downtown. A must see: the Riverwalk and Missions. The park was clean and quiet. They had nice facilities. The dog park was nice and has a very big fenced in area. Would stay here again.
Lets start with the things we liked as a family. The staff was friendly and helpful. The bathrooms were the cleanest we've ever seen at an campground. The kitchen was spotless, we ate there twice as we felt really good with how clean it was. They had long dogs walk areas, with two large fenced in areas. The pool was nice,along with the store. We like that it was in a central location to the a lot of attractions, but can understand that some just wanted to be close to the caverns, which can take up to an hour to get to from the campground. We didn't like that you had to be careful whenever you came inside your trailer as you had to check for these little thorns (they look like tacks), if you or the dogs step on them they can be painful. Also the state had an burning ban in effect on the area, but many campers had fires going with really gusty wind, was a lack of judgment on the campers, and no enforcement on the campground's part. Overall we like this park, but we came here expecting to get out the chairs and have a nice relaxing time. This is not a campground that you can do that type of camping at. With the wind blowing constantly between morning and night, you can't be outside. Also I feel the price is way to high for the park. We stayed eight nights and payed $380 with $40 tax(ouch on such a high tax). That is with 3 adults and 2 kids. Without the one free night the cost is over $60 a night to camp, I agree with the others the price is too high. We would stay here again but only to to see the local attractions, and not a place to relax and unwind in.
We stopped here for an one night on our way to Carlsbad,NM. We thought this was a very nice campground and would stay here again. They had a road that you could walk your dogs. The bathrooms were very clean, and the campground was quiet. There was a Wal-Mart next door. The staff was very helpful and courteous.
It's hard to rate as this was just 1 night stop for us . We would camp here again. The only thing I could nit pick about is that our water hook up was on the wrong side of the camper, so you need a longer hose. Talked to the owner and he was friendly and nice .
Overall, we were not impressed with this campground. Upon our arrival, we noticed that the office was being run entirely by baffled teenagers who weren't sure about what to do with our KOA card. We were escorted to our site. We were surprised to see that we would be sharing the site with another RV. We faced opposite directions, but the back ends of our rigs were only about a foot apart. Another perk was that our door opened next to the door of our neighbors on the other side of us. Awkward! The park is not big dog friendly. They do have dog areas, but they are very small. At that price, we expected to get more. We wouldn't stay here again.
Not a good park for large dogs , we drove to Hulett (about 8 mile ) to let are dogs run around in big park they had . Very Pricey . There was sewer smell coming from public restrooms . Lots of flies in the restaurant . Laundry facilities were outdated . Long walk to dumpster . Internet was spotty at best . Beautiful view of Devil's tower from campground . Campsites were big . Nice shops in walking distance . The movie is very cool ( just bring blankets as it gets cold ). Might stay again if ever we come to visit Devils Tower , but would look to dry camp in the National park first . This would get a better rating if the price was more in line with the value of the park .
Nice place for large dogs, could walk them off leash if you take them back a little ways. The workers were very helpful and friendly. Free coffee and hot cocoa. Internet was spotty. Mosquitoes were awful and I mean bad. Dumpster was far from us. The parking was tight if you're in a back in site and have long bed truck . Make sure your loaded up on groceries before getting to Yellowstone as prices are astronomical (which isn't the parks fault). Would stay there again but would probably look else where first.
Very good place to stay if you have large dogs, nice area to walk and let them run. Internet worked good when weather was good. Loved that they had trash pick up right outside your RV. Nice laundry room. Was quiet and workers were very nice. Can't think of anything bad worth noting.
Medora has a lot to do--a very nice town. We liked the campground, spaces were good. It has a nice place were we could let the dogs lose and run around a bit. We felt a little uncomfortable when buying from the store with someone watching you as if you are a thief. Make sure you have lots of supplies as nearest place with Wal-mart is a 45 min drive. Overall it is a nice campground and we would stay again.