Date of Stay: April, 2010
Everyone that worked at Thousand Springs was very friendly. This is a bare bones resort, and probably not worth the $30.00. The pad are gravel, and very close to each other. The pictures on their website are mostly of the tent camping area. Please note that unless you are in site 1 or 2, the bathrooms are very far away, and are very sparse: two showers, and two toilets with only shower curtains providing privacy. The floor in the bathrooms was quite dirty. The swimming facilities were also only so-so. There was a funny smell, and the bathrooms/showers were quite bad: with little privacy, and not very clean looking. Still, the view is incredible. Please note that the riverfront sites are for tent campers. Also, the RV spots really don't have any shade to speak of. Pets require an extra daily charge. We drove past Miracle Hot Springs and Banbury. Miracle HS looked nice, but I wonder if all three places aren't a little run down.
Date of Stay: July, 2009
We love this campground. It is at a lake, and is very close to West Yellowstone and Yellowstone Lake, along with many other beautiful sites to see.