The layout is a little unusual for an RV park. You more or less just pull off the road and line up with your utilities. Sites are large. More privacy than the average RV site. No campfires. The site must be left clean after meals--no grills out, etc. Location is very close to downtown Banff. I walked back to the motorhome when the wife's shopping took too long. I'll stay again when the time comes.
I liked this park fine but have a few criticisms: 1) the sewer line is in the wrong place so it's a pain to dump; 2) the pool is too cold--it needs to be better heated; 3) price is high. Still, I'm glad I stayed. I did not see better in the area.
We stayed overnight. Check-in was efficient. Everything was where it should have been. Site was level, easy to access, and pull-through. Had Cable TV. Nice stream running through the park. Saw a young bull moose 20 yards from the motorhome. Just what an RV park should be.
Star Valley is OK. My kids were disappointed that the pool heater was not working, they went for a mighty cold swim! All the hookups were fine. Registration (through RPI) was fast and easy. There is a playground. Nothing really very wrong, and nothing really very right. Good for limited stays, we would stay again if we were going to be in the area. I wouldn't use it as a destination.
We spent two nights here in order to tour Yellowstone on short lead times. Valley View RV is in a nice location across from Henry's Lake (but still adjacent to the highway, not too noisy but not great). The sites are simple, this isn't a resort. Registration was super quick and they helped is get in our spot. Overall, it was a fine experience. The drive into West Yellowstone was pretty short. Even so, next time, I think we'll try to stay in the park. There's a long drive each evening just to get out of the park. Couple that with roadwork and we had some pretty late evenings getting back to the MH.