This is a nice park, but the staff was rude. The property was nice, clean ,space between sites. Laundry room was clean and new. After driving thru another park down the road, I think I would prefer to stay there for 1/2 the price and double the scenery. Full hookup is a big plus. This is one of the nicest private campgrounds around. There are some less attractive ones right on the main road. Rafter J is set apart in the hills, very beautiful.
This is a great spot for driving through town. We called ahead to owners to ask about late check in. They were friendly and helpful. We arrived at midnight. Level concrete pad, great hook up situation, several options around the concrete pad, clean, quiet, pull through. We paid the next day at check out. Adorable Amish spice and cheese shop in front. Free coffee. This is exactly what we look for when looking for pit stops. Several long term campers there, but it was clean and orderly, not off putting.
This is 5 minutes from downtown Cheyenne which is great. Also a nice base with new playgrounds, aquatic center, and lots of nice green space. We were between several campers that are living there. This creates a lived in look and different atmosphere. I wish the military would crack down on this. The grass needed cutting. We use military bases for over night pass throughs. This was extremely convenient, but not our favorite.
The camping park is nice , clean, well spaced sites although trees and vegetation between sites is sparse. It has a city park green space appeal to it. I like more woods and privacy but this was fine and we like full hookup so it was a trade off. It is a Basic campground. The river is not actually a river, it's a U shape small lake with lots of cussing, drinking locals yelling at their kids. Seemed like a local hang out. A small fee for use would solve that problem. The lake was filthy, my son looked like he had a 5 o clock shadow on his face. I heard this is unusual and may be due to extreme rain storms that month.
Love this place. Sites are small but private, they keep lots of natural vegetation between sites so once you back in and it may time some time and friendly neighbors you really feel like you are on a private island in FL. Boardwalks along the ocean, great for biking and walking. Bayside and gulf swimming and kayaking. A mini dump station in center of loop for sewage totes., it was so much quicker. Great bird watching and miles of pristine beach. You only share this will fellow campers and there is plenty for everyone.
This is clean, good spacing between sites. Roads are good. Pull thru sites are well done, lots of room and give you nice privacy and still some shade and trees. Campers have private parking for shut in swimming area, so the drive over was quick and easy. Great bike paths for kids. Good variety of things at the store. Staff was friendly. Shut-Ins are lots of fun, can get crowded, we swam in the morning and evenings and had the place mostly to ourself.
This is a nice well planned campground. Bike trails to visitor center, swim beach and food store. The grocery store was very nice, variety of fresh and local items, friendly staff. Roads are good, pull thru sites, decent spacing between. No view of Tetons, this would give it a 10, but still nestled in forest setting. The gift shop was the best on trip. Full off high quality hiking, camping and souvenir gifts. Ate pizza at the marina, it was fresh and delicious, nice setting and a refreshing change from camp food and fast food. Tetons hospitality company has Yellowstone beat by a mile.
This was a huge disappointment. If it was not In Yellowstone it would have a terrible business. Roads are falling apart, no picnics tables, sites are jammed on top of each other. Our bikes rack in the back of our 30 foot trailer backed into our back neighbors eating space. We had to pull our bikes off right away and collapse our bike rack. Tow vehicle parking was tight. The staff seems over worked and hectic. The food store was expensive and basic. If this didn't save me 1-2 hours of drive time into the park I would never give them my business again. Look at sites Along Shoshone River east entrance if you don't mind the drive.
This park is gorgeous. We stayed on the reservoir, the view of canyons, the dam and lake are beautiful. Clean grounds and friendly staff. Good spacing between sites. The staff went out of their way to give us maps and suggestions for our entire adventure, not just In Cody. This is the best place we stayed in, the entire 16 day trip. You can swim in the lake, very refreshing and grab the driftwood for a perfect campfire. Cody's nightly rodeo is fun and family friendly, great first time rodeo show.
This is a nice campground, clean well spaced sites. Minutes from the Laura Ingalls Homestead which was why we were there. The only reason we gave this a 7 out of 10 were the flies. There were so many flies we could not even eat breakfast outside even while moving around. Other then that, this is a beautiful park.