Date of Stay: July, 2009
This is a wonderful campground. We stayed here during their high season (4th of July) in a diesel pusher. We had no real problems. The location is beautiful. We we in the Line-Camp among the trees so we could not get WiFi or Satellite TV. However, the views were excellent. All you can eat pancakes for $2.50 in the mornings. You can also get bacon, sausage and biscuits with gravy. A well stocked camp store, although the prices were high. Friendly staff. Rules were not strictly enforced but the park was pretty quiet. By 9 PM everyone was in bed - lol. I took my computer to the store so I could log onto the free WiFi. It was extremely slow, nearly unusable. Still, I would be happy to stay here again. Nice pool, hot tub, bike rentals and friendly staff. It is close to all of the major attractions, including Mt. Rushmore only a couple miles away.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
This was a wonderful park. Bathrooms and all other facilities were very clean. Best stocked camp store I've ever seen. The staff were busy but still had time to answer all our questions and provide suggestions for site seeing. A little pricey but you get what you pay for. We were with four families, all in diesel pushers, no problems. The only reason I didn't give this a 10 was because the trees were a little immature inside the park. Still, the park is surrounded by a forest with trails among tall pine trees. Mosquitoes were a problem so take plenty of spray. The park was conveniently located just outside the west gate to Yellowstone. Although against the rules, I asked if I could wash my MH on-site. I had driven 1500 miles and collected a few bugs. They said, "no problem and thanks for asking." Free coffee and hot chocolate in the mornings made it a nearly perfect experience. The WiFi worked OK but was not the fastest. Still, you are able to check your email. I will stay here again and gave it 9.5.