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Nice setting by river and nice landscaping and trees. 50 amp sites are partial to no shade. We stayed in back in 50 amp and had to park toad at angle in front of motorhome but was doable. We stayed a week and it was a nice base camp for touring area. Very family oriented. Charge extra $2.50 a night for 50 amp.

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Nice secluded park in shade. Big rig friendly. Long and level pull throughs. About 10 miles from interstate. Interior roads were good. Stayed to tour area. Friendly staff.

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Easy access from highway. Big rig friendly. Site long enough not to unhook toad. Stayed overnight. Wide level site in open area. Shaded sites available for those staying longer. Friendly staff.

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Big rig friendly. Easy in and out. Wide level sites and easy access to highways.

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Great location for overnight traveling on I-90. Large pull thru without unhooking toad. Wonderful and friendly staff. We would stay longer next time through area.

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Large campground with playground and for a daily fee includes resort facilities next door which we didn't use. Good base camp to tour area. Sites are close to each other but reasonable space. Open field camping so good satellite and Verizon reception.

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Great location for base camp for touring Glacier National Park. Satellite friendly and good Verizon signal.

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Campground is nestled in tall pine trees which made it a little tough to maneuver our 40' motorhome. Tow vehicles have to be unhooked at registration. No satellite reception but good Verizon signal. Laundry facilities were clean and reasonable priced. Restrooms/showers are family style. Good location for touring area.

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Very clean and well kept campground. Excellent location for touring Little Bighorn Battlefield and surrounding area. Can be very windy at times from their wide open location in the prairie so take care of your awnings!

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The park is located south of Livingston with good entry and exit. Sites are are spaced well with grassy area between sites. Satellite and Verizon signals were good. Nice scenic drives in area and close enough to Yellowstone for a day trip.

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Nice friendly staff, good location for seeing Eureka Springs attractions with city trolley stop in campground. Only drawback is sites are very close together if park is full or during peak season. Only a picnic table separating RVs. Location is on top of hill with breeze and shade trees. Check with park for directions as GPS will take you through narrow streets that are impassable for big rigs if coming from north on Hwy 23.

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Nice campground. Easy in and out. Next to Hwy 65. We used this for an overnight stay while traveling and was very convenient. Sites are mostly pull-through on grassy surface. No trouble leveling on dry ground and site long enough not have to unhook toad. Friendly staff.

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The campground is located below the dam so not near water but the scenery and wildlife is beautiful. Loops 2 and 3 are big rig friendly. Loop 1 is tight. Nicely spaced sites but check for distance to water hookups if staying more than a few days.

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Very nice state park located outside of the Mandan/Bismark area. A nature oasis with lots of trees, wildlife, and river. Plenty of room between sites. Great location to tour the area and come home to a nature setting. First loop is big rig friendly, second loop is a bit tight.

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Great campground, we had a pull through near river. The only downside is arriving from the East, thru the tunnel, we had to remove tow car to get through switchbacks. We took alternate route to the West on departure. There are no water hookups but you can fill rig at dump station at entrance. We stayed three nights. You can walk to Visitors Center, Springdale town from campground. Ranger talks were informative and fun. Verizon Mi-Fi worked great. Favorite campground and National Park on our two week trip through Utah.