This is a very well located campground for visiting Yellowstone Park and the Cody area. We had a lot of fun and found this place to be the best way to Yellowstone Park. The campground is a bit crowded and very expensive for what it has to offer. We had a very small site with no sewer for 52 $ (including a KOA privilege discount). To my view, it was worth 30 $ to the most.
Great looking area, but tons of bugs ! There is a playground, but our kids prefered not to go because of the mosquitos. This small campground is nice, But when we made the reservations, they advised us to hold our kids and make no noise, etc. The Web site (which is not very user friendly and does not give much information) also has a note in regards with the noise, and when we arrived, they noticed us again for the noise. So we were extra careful, just to realize that everyone else made more noise than us !!! The campground is a little old. Restrooms need to be improved but were clean. If you want to go visit Drumheller Dinosaurs Museum, this is a good place to stay for a night or two.
This campground is not very large but is located in a wooded area (which is to so common around there). We had a site located next to the pool with no privacy at all. People came walking through our site, kids were playing on our site and people were parking their cars (even a boat) on our site. This was very annoying. We decided to leave 1 day earlier. We had no problem cancelling and they even helped us finding another campground. We stayed there to be close to Yellowstone Park, but we realized that the Cody area in Wyoming is a much better place for that.
This was a very nice campground located in a wooded area. The sites were large and spacious. The only bad note : they don't have enough sites with hookups so we had no services on our site. Make early reservations ! They also limit the use of generators. If we had a full hookup site, we would rate the site 8 or 9 instead of 7.
This was a great campground with a nice view of the surrounding mountains. The way this campground is set, makes most sites very large and private. On the other hand, we noticed that some sites were split in 2, making 2 small sites with no privacy ! There is no playground or pool for the kids, but a vast area for hiking and bike riding (even through the campground). Overall, we really appreciated our stay a there and we would come back anytime.