Date of Stay: August, 2011
Great location for fishing and hunting trips. While we were there saw tons and tons of people with trailers of 4 wheelers, etc. Park has lots of amenities. Probably the most I have ever seen. From paddle boats, bike and trike rentals, decent fenced in dog area and fishing pond which they charge by the inch, not a catch and release. However on that note, go to the Wal-Mart in town and get a fishing license for the day or 2 day and go literally across the street of the park and fish the city stocked pond. We do not fish regularly at all and was just doing it for fun with the kids. We took the advice of the kid at Wal-Mart with bait and we must have caught like 15-20 trout in like 3-4 hours. It was so much fun. Park is also very close to Blue Mesa Reservoir. The park does have a lot of trees just not many around the sites. We did not have a fire pit at our site, others did not sure if they belong to the park or not, we didn't ask. Oh sites are 95% grass, only exception is where long term residents have killed some of the grass with extended stays.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
We stayed here while visiting Yellowstone. BIG MISTAKE!! We will never stay this far from the park again. There is major construction on 26/287 between Dubois and Teton South Entrance. It takes about 2.5 hours to get to Old Faithful from campground. Campground: As mentioned cable is very weak, most channels are static and not very clear at all. They brag about their internet, I was not impressed at all. VERY WEAK signal. Now if you can get past those 2 things, this park is AMAZING. We stayed 2 nights on the river side. Make sure you make reservations in advance and ask to be in a back in spot on the river. So peaceful and beautiful. They have some of the cleanest showers we have ever seen. Very impressed from what I remember of KOA's 10 years ago. Please add a fence to your dog area and possibly add another one on the other end of the park.