We just love this campground. Came back for the 4th time for Thanksgiving, using our Passport America this time. What a deal! We arrived late this time and security people were outside of the registration, in the cold, checking us in. Stayed three nights and enjoyed every minute of it. Usually the next day after Thanksgiving, some people would be having loud parties in the hall near the lake. There was a party this time also, but fortunately they ended early. Not to miss the prime rib special on their menu in the casino restaurant. They serve it 24-hour a day. Use the coupons they gave you at registration. There's one for a bottle of wine with 2 menu orders. Buy one, 2nd one half price coupon, and also the $3.00 off per person coupon. Of course, there's also the buy one get one free buffet coupon. The reason I like this place is because I really don't have to do much cooking here!
We used Passport America for this park and it was worth every penny. A nice, clean campground with friendly staff. Many long term residents but they keep the place really nice. We got in after-hour but self check-in was easy. Wish we were there for the movie night. Good pet areas.
This is a nice campground if you can find it. Because of the freeway construction, it is quite confusing. They also changed the exit numbers. The exit should be #323, our GPS took us off the freeway at #326. We couldn't find the place and decided to get back on the freeway and head south toward SLC when we spotted the sign right next to the freeway. Spacious grounds and well-kept. Nice pet walk area. Some long term residents.
We just spent a night here after Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Sites are tight but we were fortunate enough to get a space without reservation, so, no complain here. We had a site at the back corner closest to the street and the power lines. The pet walk was short which we had to just walk up and down a few times making sure we did not break any rules. Staff were friendly and thorough explaining all the info we needed to explore the town, ie. how to use the free buses around town, when the gun-shooting show started, etc. This is not near the town square, but near some shopping places in town. Wagon Wheel is much closer to the town square. We took the bus from across the street to the town square, walked around, watched the gun fight show at town square that started at 6pm, then caught the bus back right at the corner. County library across the street have 15-minute free internet access with several computers and you may also sign up for longer time. They also had a lecture going at the library. This campground is over-priced, but what can you do, there aren't many choices. We felt lucky that we had a place to park for the night. It would be a great idea just to ride the free buses and tour the town, get on and off whenever you like. It's 20 minutes duration for the buses, and after 6pm it's like 30 minutes until around 10pm. The staff in the 'office' gave us the bus schedule which really helped.
Great campground that is close to town and entrance to Yellowstone. We stayed here for three nights. Had a back-in site on the east edge of the campground. Seems to be more crowed on the west side. They have expanded the place since we were there in 2000. It was quieter the last time we were there, but it's still OK. Very friendly staff in the office, always poking jokes. Must try their free capuccino in the morning, thick and creamy! Bought the Huckleberry ice-cream in the store, enjoyed them very much.
Huge and beautiful campground. Wide open meadows separating the different areas. We stayed here for 2 nights. The first night we were in site the lower ranch, we had to hike up the hill to get to the bathrooms in the rain, in the dark. There was no light, no path, and very muddy. The next morning we talked to the office about a refund for the second night because we just can't deal with that safety hazard unless they can assign us another site that is closer to the bathrooms. The manager arranged site #151 which is in the upper ranch area. Much better and closer to the bathrooms. This is the space to get if you do not have a huge rig. They only have bathrooms in 3 areas for this huge campground. They definitely should build more bathrooms around the campground. Fun to have the $2.00 all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast. Evening staff are high school kids and have attitudes. It was like a bother just to get ice-cream from them. Other than that, this is a great place to camp. Will come back if we can get site #151 again.
This is the place! Wonderful park with friendly staff. The rate is very reasonable. Got free ice-cream for everyone and a roll of toilet paper! Staff apologized for having problem getting the grass going, but it didn't bother us. We saw this campground while driving from S. Dakota towards Yellowstone. We actually drove back after we spent some time at Little Bighorn and then revisited it again the next morning. Our only complain is the gravel road that leads to the campground. Very bumpy for a very long time. I heard trains all night long but not the other people in our party. I will definitely come back if I ever come through this way again.
We stayed here for two nights. Very close to the E. Glacier entrance. We had no neighbors next to us so we didn't feel cramped. One draw back was that we had to hike up and down the hill to the office to use the bathrooms and the laundry. You have to get tokens from the office to use the shower which will last for 6 minutes. There is a huge camping area for tents behind the RV park. Ate at their cafe both nights. Family style dinner special Saturday night was roast pork, very dry. Sunday special was Fried chicken, excellent! Very friendly owner.
Drove into this campground hoping to stay for the night. Gravel road made it a difficult to drive in. The whole campground looks depressing. We were not impressed. The only nice building is the office. We waited in the office for about 5 minutes, nobody came out to talk to us. We decided to leave and head over to Montana instead.
We stayed here for three nights and totally enjoyed it. Sites have a sense of privacy. We were quite close to the bathrooms which made it even nicer. Huge campground but still very quiet. We missed the evening programs at the theater the first night because we were not aware of the time difference and we were tired to go the next two nights. Easy drive to town, but difficult to find parking for RV in town. Other cars took up the spaces designated for RV parking.
Very cute campground up on the hill right next to the freeway. We got the last FHU available for the night but the long term that parked next to us took up the 30amp, so we had to get by with 20. Clean restrooms and showers. My only complain is that their laundry room closes too early, 8:00 I think. The guy constantly working around the grounds, so he is in and out of the office.
Stay away! This campground is way over-rated. It could have been a nice place if they work on it. Staff was friendly but we did not feel safe there. Site was short with trees hanging over, we had to have one person pulling up the branches so they won't scratch the roof of our RV. Many permanent residents and teenagers were gathered around the office area. You could hear screams and loud music all the time. The RV that parked next to us told us that the cops came twice within the two hours they were there. The bathrooms were clean though. We had to use their laundry facility which is right next to the office. It took a long time to dry our clothes.
We are staying one night at this quiet campground. We usually stay away from KOA because they are more pricey. But this one is reasonable. Off the highway and very quiet. Not too many RVs here today. Son and husband are enjoying the pool in this hot day. Staff are very friendly. Easy pull-through site that's very long. Slow Wi-Fi that somethings get lost. Otherwise this is a great campground!