Date of Stay: August, 2012
Easy to find and get into. Concrete sites with 50 amp full hook ups. Wi-Fi was great. Owner is pleasant. She helped us out during a VA Hospital stay. No shade, but beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Beautiful, very well maintained park. Each site has a nice grass area and picnic table. Park is easy to find and get to and is good for big rigs. The owners are super sweet and very informative about the area attractions. The store is fun with many local items. We would definitely recommend this park.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
The rate reflects RPI member rate – should have been $10 and ends up $14 with the extra so called motel taxes and extra $3 for 50 amp. The camp is remote – 25 miles to anything at all. There is a 3 mile dirt road just to get into the camp. The rig was covered in dust and dirt and we were told we could not even rinse it off and that we would “Have to live with it”. The owners are basically condescending and underlying insulting. The sites are not level and the grass needed to be mowed. The camp was not well maintained overall. We paid extra for the 50 amp and it did not work. When we reported it, they argued with us and told us it was our rig and that one A/C will pull 30 amps. Instead of fixing it, we had to plug into another site and then it worked. They had Wi-Fi that you could only use supervised and just to check your e-mail. There is no TV reception and the TV in the lounge was not working the whole time we were there. There is a book exchange, but it is guarded in order to build the owners private collection. She said people weren’t honest. She also said she liked RPI but not Coast to Coast. The staff and locals were not friendly and would not even say hello to anyone. We would not, of course, recommend this camp.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
The owners and work campers were very friendly and knew about the area. The sites were level pull throughs and good for big rigs. There were mountain views and beautiful sunsets. The camp is well maintained and the facilities were very clean. Wi-Fi worked well. There was an ice cream social on the weekend. We would recommend this camp.
Date of Stay: November, 2011
New Owners: very friendly hosts and campers. Passport America Rate. Sites wide and level pull throughs. Pool, Golf Course and Tennis Court very nice. Activities at the club house available and free Wi-Fi.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
The park itself was nice but there were way too many rules. The local members were not friendly at all. RPI members were treated like outsiders and if you were not in the members click, they would not even say hello. The park is odd with a no pet side and some of the staff members were rude. Do not expect full hookups if you are not a local member.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
This is a nice park with friendly managers. There is horseback riding at the camp and it is close to the Badlands. It is a no frills camp, but had full hook ups and was quiet.
Date of Stay: July, 2008
We were there on ROD and therefore given a site that was facing south, it was very hot. We noticed we were the only ones in that row having to face that direction. The reservations were messed up, the management were not professional and the workers were clueless. They catered to the local regulars. The site was so short the door opened up against a fence, it was not level at all and the worst part was that the weeds were literally knee deep all over the entire park and at every site. The new pool was nice. We will not return to this park.
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Very nice park. New owners last three years have made the sites very level and spacious. They were very nice at check-in and helpful for things to do in the area. Family owned and operated and it seems to be family friendly.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
We were here on RPI and it is not a fancy park, but had full hook-ups. They are working on fixing it up. The camp hosts were nice and the sites were good enough for the price. It is close to Bryce.