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Seems this KOA is for the family weekend usage more so than anything. A lot of locals seem to come for the weekend and maybe keep their vehicles there weekly (not sure). Staff is very friendly. Spots are a bit tight, with the exception of the cable, all utilities easy enough to reach, cable was quite a ways away but I have an extra long cable. Not much room for dog walking unless you leave the park at the entrance. This looks to be a great park for weekend getaways with kids but that is really about it. They have a ton of things for kids to do. The pull through was ok but be aware, we did not unhook the tow so it hanged out a little onto the road.

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We stayed here two nights. Park itself is pretty good, staff if very nice. Campground has lots of space and sites are well spaced. Utilities in good spots and good shape. Pool looks in good condition. Here is the bad thing, that the park has little they can do about. Way too many mosquitoes, ponding is a real problem when it rains. Even though they sprayed the park the day before we arrived the amount of rain and blood suckers was ridiculous. If it rains - expect a lot of water in and around the park including the sites, our utility pole was flooded about 1/3 the way up.

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We stayed here over night on the road. Plenty of space between sites, hookups were ok, cable connection was stripped but I was able to keep the connection well enough. Large area for Dog walking. Road leading into park was a challenge as it was raining and the road was muddy, in a Motorhome that caused wheel slippage. Owners were nice enough. Utilities were well placed and site was level. Over all nice place that we would come back to some time later to visit the Buffalo museum.

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Park isn't the greatest but it is the only park in Yellowstone with full hookups for RVs. Hard sided only as this is Grizzly territory. We lost electricity a number of times as there were a lot of storms the 6 days we were there, including one snow storm. During rainy days the park is muddy and has a lot of standing water. Our site in the back was under water a majority of the time. Sites are backup and yes, the site in back of you is very close but the space between the next door site is spacious, very odd way to lay it out but - it is in Yellowstone! Utilities were in an easy and close location, boxes are shared with your backdoor neighbor. Major potholes throughout the park. With all that, keep in mind, this is in Yellowstone. Really that is what we wanted and cared about so with all the problems it was still a great place to see all there was for the park. We will be here again. We stayed for 6 days from late may into early June. Nearby by shops, gas station and dinner.

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Fantastic koa. This was amongst the best KOAs we have ever stayed at. Plenty of room at the sites. Great areas to walk the dogs. Utilities kept up very well and easy to get to. Easy in and easy out with a 34 foot motorhome towing with a dolly. Staff was great. We stopped here for the night on our way to Yellowstone park. Grounds were very well kept.

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Nice park--great upgrades since three years ago. All sites are nicely kept and level. Bit tight with all the trees but a little bit of time and no problems. Have to ask at the office for the code for the Wi-Fi code as it is not readily offered but works great. All utilities are in great locations. Permanent residents were well maintained and pleasant. Weekenders are a bit loud but that is to be expected--lots of kids. Would stay again when in the area. Great staff, we arrived after they closed and they still opened the office and were very polite.

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There are a lot of full timers in this KOA which was very unusual for us to see at any KOA. For the most part they were pleasant. Site we were in was very nice and plenty of room for everything. Connections easy to get to and we really didn't have any problems. The temp sites are very well maintained and look to be fairly new? If we were in the area again we would likely stay here. The 7 rate was mainly because of the full timers which we were not prepared for at all in a KOA. That and the road construction which they have nothing to do with but it did make it a bit of a pain to maneuver.

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Stayed for a week on a business trip. Though it was still below freezing in the night the water worked after about 8 or 9am. Not much goes on this time of year, partially staffed but what interactions I had with the staff was very nice. Grounds keep getting better and this KOA is in much better shape than a few years ago. Owners and workers are working hard to get this one in great condition. Wi-Fi was great. All utilities in good shape. Large cement pads on the new section of the park. Easy in and out, just watch to turn near the office and as it says, go wide.

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This place was more like Woodstock than a KOA. There were parties going on everywhere. Not sure I would really call this pet friendly as the "dog park" was messy and small and no place to really walk your dogs without being in someones campsite. Staff is friendly. The park sits right on top of an amusement park so if you have kids this is the place for you as the KOA park and the amusement park gives them plenty to do. If your looking for a quiet restful place this is not the place for you. Hookups for E/W/C were good, sewer connection didn't have threads so be aware when dumping to place something heavy over your connection. Sites were very cramped though we did not have a problem getting our rig with a tow in. Site was level. As far as visiting the Falls this is a great location as the Falls are only a short drive away which is why we chose this location. Proximity to the falls is why they get a 6, otherwise I would really not want to stay here again unless the price was cut in half. Getting in and out of the park was no issue at all except for the rotary off the freeway which was odd to follow with the signs as I am not used to that type of rotary.

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Tough park to get to as the mountain hills are steep for a bigger gas rig, diesel shouldn't have a problem. Grass sites. Hookups were a bit odd as the sewer location was on the opposite side as the W/E. We had to remove our tow before we could enter the campsite. Staff was very friendly. Nice scenery in the park. Tight spaces which is why they get a 7.

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Very nice environment in the middle of the woods. Lots of room in the camp sites though with the size of our rig and towing you have to understand we take up two spots in the C section. It is a bit tight on the roads in the campground trying to maneuver a bigger rig, just plan on going very slow. We have a 34 foot motorhome and tow a Vibe with a dolly. Plenty of walking areas. No issues with hookups and they now have cable hookups. Gray water is dumped in a gravel hole on your site but you need to either get a honey wagon or go to the dump station for black water which is no issue for shorter stays. Great location to tour the Cape. No lights so at night you are really in the dark, bring a good flash light. If you are out after 10pm you need a key to open the gate at the entrance. We would stay here again when in the area.

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Great park if you have kids. Incredible amount of things for them to do. Bit of a problem leveling our rig, once again, front tires almost off the ground and still not level. Extremely friendly staff. No problems with utilities except for the cable receptacle didn't fit properly. This is a very busy campground, many activities going on. Sites were large enough not to be right on top of the next camper. Easy to get in and out of. If in the area again we would stay here.

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This is a tough park to find and maneuver a larger rig in. We could not level our rig without the front tires off the ground. Office staff was friendly. Sites were a bit cramped. We had no problem with hookups. If we were to go here again we would request W/E only as the full hookup sites are not very good for larger rigs towing a vehicle. We arived sometime around midnight and one of the workers was there to help us get into our site, very dark so it was nice to be assisted in getting into the site as it was extreemly tight. Same person helped get us out of the park as the site we were in was too cramped to make the right hand turn out as a hedge was in the way.

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Much improvement has been made to this KOA. We chose the larger side of the park accross the river from the main entance. Large patio and space. The grounds have been improved with nicer flowers and such. Still great location for pets. No problems with hookups or getting in and out of the sites. Helpfull staff. Would be 10 if they had cable and WIFI, our site had no WIFI access.

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The pull through sites are ridiculously close especially if the RV pulling next to you doesn't pull in correctly. Our neighbor, when they let out their slider, was literally two feet away and we could hear everything including their walking around. That is way the 5. Otherwise it was an ok park. The owners aren't overly friendly but they were good enough. Water pressure, cable, electric and sewer were all in good shape. Our site was easy to level; however, we did see some sites that were terrible. Had the park been full we would have had problems maneuvering our RV with our dolly tow. Close to town. Not sure on the WI-FI as it was secured and we didn't have the password to get in. Plenty of places to walk our dogs and in a nice wooded area. All in all it wasn't that bad, just very cramped pull through sites. We will come back but will ask for a back in site which all seem to have a lot more space to them. Cable TV was excellent.