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Just an overnight for us on our way home. This park is mostly long term and seasonals. The roads are old and just sand/gravel. The sites are sand/gravel/grass with some tall weeds (they could use a trim). The pad was level enough we did not even unhook from the truck. Good spacing with some shade and each site has a trash can. No patio, picnic table or fire ring. No recycling at this time. WiFi has multiple secured access points and excellent coverage. If we need to stay in the area again, we may try another CG.

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Interior roads were packed gravel and in great condition. Sites had level packed gravel pads with very good spacing and utilities placed at the back. Sites had a concrete patio with patio table, but no chairs. Owner was personable and led us right to our site. No recycle collection. Noise is low. WiFi coverage was good as was Verizon Cell coverage. This was an overnight stop for us.

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Interior roads were packed gravel. Sites had level gravel/grass pads with good spacing and utilities placed at the back. At our site, the water spigot was tight against the power pedestal so I could not use my Y adapter. Others were not placed the same. Sites had a grassy area with picnic table and fire ring/grill. They have NO recycle container. There was no noise at all. WiFi coverage was excellent as was Verizon Cell coverage.

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Interior roads were paved and in good condition with a diagonal speed bump at the entrance. Sites had level packed gravel pads with good spacing and utilities placed at the middle. Sites had a grassy area with picnic table & fire ring. Laundry was clean ($1.50 wash/1.75 dry). They have NO recycle container. Noise is low. WiFi coverage was very good as was Verizon Cell signal. My Garmin took me 2 miles past the CG when I used the CG name. Using the address got me to the right spot.

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Interior roads were packed gravel and in good condition. Sites had level concrete pads with very good spacing and utilities placed at the rear. Sites had a beautiful concrete patio with new picnic table. Owners are very helpful and take you to your site. No recycling. Noise is non-existent. WiFi coverage could be weak but owner gave us a site that was in direct sight of the router so we got by OK. We had 2/5 bars on Verizon Cell. The CG is very close to city parks and the Mississippi River. This was an overnight stay for us.

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Watch the trees on Clark St on your way in... stay to the left. Interior roads were dirt/gravel with some dips and potholes (take it slow). Self-checkin at a pedestal about 100 yards down. We called ahead so there was a packet for us with site#, bathroom codes and WiFi code. Sites were gravel pads (2" out) with fair spacing and room for my truck. Utilities placed in the middle of site. (Some "back in" sites seem to have the utilities on the opposite side). Sites had a grass area with picnic table, some were muddy. No noise. WiFi coverage was too weak where we were (OutBack section), but we had 4/5 bars on Verizon Cell.

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Interior roads and sites were dirt/gravel with very level pads, shade, good spacing and utilities placed at the middle. Sites had grassy area with picnic table and fire ring. Camp hosts are nice and friendly. It had been rainy and they made a point of knowing which sites were muddy and put campers in dry sites. No recycling available. Noise is low, WiFi coverage was very good, as was Verizon Cell signal. We were just staying one night so we went to see the Corn Palace. My GPS had a hard time finding this CG... told me it was "off road" and routed me all over the place. It can find the Super-8 Motel just fine.

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The access road is dirt/gravel and pretty bumpy (especially the first 100 yards) with a couple potholes that are avoidable. Interior roads and site pads were better condition dirt/gravel. Our site was about 3" out of level with good spacing, room for our truck in front or behind the camper, and utilities placed at the side. They had a grassy area with an old small picnic table (big enough for 4). Some sites had larger tables. Laundry room was clean ($2.25/load, wash or dry). Owners are nice, friendly and very responsive. They have a recycle container for plastic and aluminum. Noise is medium and constant since we were about 200 yards from I-90. Oddly enough, we both slept well all 7 nights (maybe because it was like white noise). WiFi coverage was great and we had good (3/5 bars) Verizon cell signal. Our site had cable TV available and owner offered us a cable box for additional channels, but we were here for the sights and haven't watched TV for about 3 weeks.

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Interior roads were dirt/gravel. Sites had level gravel pads with good spacing and utilities placed at the side (S) and back (E/W). Our site had good shade and a grassy area with older picnic table & small grill. Staff guided us into the site. No noise to speak of. They have a camp store with some supplies and basic grocery needs. WiFi coverage and throughput was excellent as was Verizon Cell signal. The CG is very close to Theodore Roosevelt NP in the ND Badlands. There is NO real grocery store in town and the closest is about 30 minutes away in Dickenson or Beach so stop on your way in. As well, only one gas station in town.

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Paved entrance road, but most interior roads are gravel/dirt. Pads are concrete and pretty level with excellent spacing between sites and utilities well placed. Sites have rubber-coated picnic tables that accommodate wheelchairs and have a permanent shade that gives some relief from the afternoon sun. They have a barrel or two for recycle (metal/glass/plastic). It appeared that the Park Police patrolled continuously so it is very safe. The park is right next to I-25, with essentially no barrier trees so there is some low to moderate road noise, but that did not bother us. There are several ponds that can be fished (bass, crappie, catfish, etc.) and licenses may be purchased at the entrance.

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The access road that parallels I-90 has so many bumps/heaves in it, our refrigerator shelves came off and all the goodies were jumbled about! Put on your flashers and take that road slow. Interior roads were dirt/gravel. Sites were terraced on a hillside, with level gravel pads with good spacing and utilities placed at the rear of the site. Sites had picnic table, fire ring, grill and nice grassy area with trees. Sprinklers watered grass at night. Owners are nice and friendly. They have aluminum recycle container. Noise is low and CG is remote so security is not an issue. WiFi was OK but large upload/downloads are discouraged. Verizon cell signal was poor, but we were able to make a couple calls. Just don't walk around while talking. They also have a tipi (tee pee) for rent.

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Interior roads were paved with an excellent check-in staging area. Sites had level gravel pads with very good spacing and utilities on the correct side. Sites had picnic table and grassy area around the pad. Sprinklers watered grass at night. Restrooms and laundry were very clean and the staff was effecient and friendly. They have no recycling. Noise is low and security is good. WiFi is OK near the office area, but very weak out in the CG. Verizon Cell signal was VG. The CG is right in the town of West Yellowstone within a few blocks walk to grocery and NP Visitors Center and other attractions.

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Interior roads were packed gravel and in very good condition. Sites had level packed gravel pads with excellent spacing and a packed gravel patio with picnic table, fire ring/grill and nice grassy area with small trees. Power and water connection at the rear, sewer in the middle. Restrooms and laundry were very clean and staff was friendly and helpful. They have recycle containers. Noise is non-existent. WiFi coverage was OK near the office, but at our site was nearly useless. Sites for tents and pop-up trailers were shaded, RVs are out in the open and roomy. Premium RV sites had patio table, umbrella and chairs on a concrete pad. This is the nicest KOA I've ever seen, with a mountain right behind it.

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Interior roads and site pads were gravel with relatively adequate spacing. Since the CG wasn't full, they left empty sites between campers. Restrooms and laundry were clean and the staff was pleasant and friendly. They have a recycle container. Noise was low and security wasn't needed (small town). The CG is right in the town of Deer Lodge just down from their only traffic light.

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Access Roads are asphalt and interior roads are dirt/gravel and easy to navigate. Sites are shady pull-thru with level gravel pads, very good spacing and utilities placed well. The picnic tables are a bit older. No WiFi in the CG but they do have it at the dining and shopping areas. Verizon looked like 1-2 bars 3G. Check-in was a breeze and the staff are nice and friendly. They have bear-proof recycle containers (not co-mingled, so you must separate your recycle) and bear-proof trash bins. Noise is non-existent and security is good. The CG is very close to Jackson Lake on the north end on the park.