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You need to pay for a day pass $3/day. Site is dirt, pull through, shaded. Very roomy in a "loop" by yourself. Water and Electric only, dump at exit. Playground, dog park (but in another loop) plenty of places to walk, water park, activities at center. Would return.

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We were in the Dudley Row. Site is on grass, very roomy, back in. Pools (adult spa too). laundry, no cable but good satellite, 3G Verizon, WIFI charged. Mini golf, tennis (pay), horseshoes, animal farm. dog run. Activities on weekends. There are seasonal here very neat and friendly and many there during the week. Would return.

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Back to back sites. Back in (some pull throughs), some seasonal (very clean), Gated. Site is grass, shaded. Playground, pool, dog park, bath, laundry. Activities on weekends. I felt a little closed in with the back to back site. But, great place would go back and ask for a pull through.

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As typical of Thousand Trails campgrounds, we were given available spots that would fit our trailer. We happened to find the first one that wasn't muddy or closed in. Sites are dirt with some gravel. FHU, PTH. Buddy sites. Pool, clubhouse, dog park, laundry, WIFI in clubhouse. The other "activities" seem like they haven't been used in years.

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Seasonal campground. Back in site with gravel and cement strip, table and fire ring. Our site was next to the garbage and had a big tree. We really couldn't sit outside because of this. Full hook up, back in, cable, playground, bath and laundry. On lake so lots of boats on property. Wouldn't go back. But would find another campground in the area.

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This is a town run campground. Sites are grass, nice room between spots, shady, Full hook ups, playground, beach, bathhouse. Would returns.

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Campground is mostly seasonal. Not too many spots for travelers. Only one that would fit us. Very close to our neighbor. Grass with table and fire ring. No other amenities but playground. No Sewer at all. Very off the beaten path. Wouldn't return.

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Site is pull through, Full hook up (50 Amp), on grass, some shade, a little close but not crowded, pool, cable, laundry, WIFI.

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Site is on gravel with grass between sites, shady, a little close but enough room that you don't feel crowded. Cable, WIFI, Pool. Playground, Dogs walk, bath, laundry.

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Site is grass not room between sites, table and fire ring. Full hook up, pull through, 4G good, WIFI ok (ask for password). Play area, No real place to walk the dogs- just a strips of grass, could go outside property. Bath and laundry in office. Garage pick up. Very friendly owners. Since we don't own a horse, we sort of felt out of place. So, the reason for a lower rating.

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site is gravel with room between, pull through, full hooks (50Amp), table, grill. Wifi ok, 3G Verizon. Bathhouse, laundry, walking trails for dogs, little playground with seesaw and disc golf. Guide to site. Very close to Little Big Horn.

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Site has plenty of room in between. We have a pull through. FHU, on gravel with concrete pad and table (fire ring on request). WIFI (pretty good), 3G Verizon. Long enough for the rig, could fit truck but parked it next to the water. Dog run. Volleyball net and tether ball. So beautiful here.

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Not big rig friendly. Site narrow and just long enough for 39 ft fifth wheel. Dirt/ gravel site. Trees on both sites at most sites. 3G Verizon. FHU, dog run was not level. Playground.

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Dirt site, muddy. Site separated by trees. Fire ring and table. Its close to the south entrance to Yellowstone. No cell service.

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Pull through but not level site. On dirt, our jack sank, so if it rains, put down a pad. Concrete pad with table and fire ring. Electric and Water only. 4G. 10 channel on antenna.