OK, so what's with the entrance gate? If you have a class A and try to get thru there, you might break a mirror off doing so...ridiculous! The gate needs to be modified to accommodate big rigs, this is not 1960! Park was nice, but rained the entire time we were there. The sites are back in only and are hard to do unless you have help and the campers across from you move their vehicles. The bathrooms need updating. Be sure to bring a bike or scooter, the beach is a nice walk away.
This is a pretty nice rustic park if you are on the Teton side. Don't plan to camp here if you are moving on to Yellowstone and expect to come back to the camp. It's too far from Yellowstone and too expensive to go back and forth, and takes hours of you time just negotiating the roads. The spaces are big, the restrooms were good, plenty of hot water and there are a few trails to hike if you want to. Don't get gas here, get gas outside the park. There is no cell phone coverage here and of course no tv reception, fires are ok and the spaces are adequate for comfort and privacy. The only reason for the low rating is the price. It's way overpriced. If you are going to Yellowstone, wait and get another campground and save 20 bucks.
This is an overpriced campground and there are no pull-throughs. I first rented a spot for my 35 ft class A, and tried to back in the spot. I ended up scratching the side on trees. There is no room to maneuver. The staff cannot help you at all. I asked for my money back, and they gave me a 40 ft site, which was a little better. I finally got in. It was scary walking at night because there had been grizzly bear in the park the night before I came. I was sufficiently scared walking my dogs. Laundry closed early and check out time prevented you from starting laundry in the morning and being finished by check out, so I had to pull the rig into the parking lot and do laundry from there. Don't camp there if you can help it, there is nothing exciting about it.
This is a dated camp, but it was fine for a short trip to Sedona, not long term. There were no pet places, the showers were so small it was easier to shower in the rv, and everything looked old and in dire need of remodeling. I was afraid to wash in the laundry room. The steakhouse seemed to be busy, but too expensive for me, the meals averaged about 25.00. They had a great sing-a- long though, so it might have been worth it. I probably wouldn't stay there again, but it was close to car rentals. NO WiFi at all, definitely a problem.
I liked this park for the price and it's pretty quiet at night. There is an airfield next door and it was interesting to watch the small planes take off. Someone even camped next to their plane. My dogs loved this park and the couple who run the park are extremely nice. A few problems though, the showers have a push button feature so that you don't waste water. You can't change the temp, so it's hot or warm, whatever comes out. Some sites have hookups on the wrong side so that's a challenge, but all in all, it was great.
I camped here for 9 days and it was very pleasant and quiet. A lot of people however, don't clean up after their dogs and it's not a great thing. The river is peaceful and fish jump, you can walk under the road as well. The WiFi is very poor and I stayed in the park studying for an exam and had so much trouble with it, I couldn't take the exam. The laundry and showers don't get cleaned daily, maybe twice a week at most. No change machine, office only and that's a long walk away uphill. It could use some updating. After 9 days camping, I was a bit late getting out and a staffer came to my RV and was very rude. So, I won't be back, but it was fine otherwise. Some people complained about the entrance being too steep, but after driving on a 6% grade to Oregon, who cares?
This is the nicest park I have ever camped in! It's clean and has an indoor pool, laundry is great, WiFi was good, maintenance is good. Staff is great and there's a Target right across the street. Good Sam discount saved a few bucks too.
This is a park filled with flies, I couldn't keep them out of my RV. A lot of older folks seem to live in the park and complain about everything. I had people complaining about my dogs barking even though I was sitting there and they were quiet. The spots are small and crowded and the pet area is very far away from most areas. The WiFi is awful. The pool was closed even though it was hot! The office staff is friendly but I wouldn't camp there again. I would choose Pheasant Ridge, right down the road.