No discounts. 10 mi south of I-90 on Hwy 89. Very small, very tight. Entry road rough and long. Gravel sites level, for the most part. Roof Satellite ok. Water press and Elect stable. WiFi is hit or miss, very unreliable. Laundry only has 4 washers, priced average. Ironing board and iron available. This is an older park, not well kept. Compared to most KOA's it will disappoint. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are tight for larger rigs. Full hook-up sites do come with a concrete pad with actual outdoor table & chairs. Each site does have a fire ring; however, we were not allowed to use it during our stay due to dry weather. 30amp service or you can pay additional money for 50amp. We arrived 30 minutes prior to check-in and were not received well. The front desk attendant actually told me that I was way too early. I requested she point me to a location that we could park until our site was available. She proceeded to huff and puff, pointing her finger at me and telling me to just hold on. She spent several minutes speaking to someone on a two way. Later when I realized where our site was, she could have easily looked out the window to see if the site was occupied. Anyway, it was not occupied and we were allowed to park our rig (now only 15 minutes early). For sure not a welcoming feeling. We initially chose this KOA because it offered a pool. We did not realize that it was an indoor pool. Probably fine for children; however, I could not handle the chlorine aroma and prefer to be in the sun if at all possible during the summer. Not horrible, but not great for the steep $45/night with KOA membership. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night on our way north.They gave us a site right next to the pool (72) which is enclosed. We had continual foot traffic through our site. We were told to keep our dogs on a leash, yet the owner's dogs ran loose causing our dogs to bark as they approached our door. From check-in this campground was nothing like other KOA's we have experienced. We didn't receive the normal materials or escort to our site at check-in. The grass was not mowed in many areas and the general appearance was what I consider to be unkempt. During the night, the power went out throughout the campground. It really wasn't an issue for us as we just turned on the generator. However, one gentleman we spoke with was canceling the rest of his stay. Unfortunately, we will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice KOA with an excellent staff, grass and gravel campsites that are level. Beautiful views of Paradise Valley mountains. They have a well stocked gift shop and an enclosed heated swimming pool. This KOA is located way off the highway and is very quite. It's just a bit pricy but it's Yellowstone and a KOA so I guess it's par. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overpriced for what you get. But its a KOA...charged additional $3.00 for 50 amp. Many sites not level, but there were a few in the center that could handle our 43' RV. It is in a nice quiet area with great views of the mountains. Pool area was clean and owners are friendly. Good location for exploring the area. Probably would check out other parks in area before staying again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground for families, located right on the Yellowstone River and within 45 miles of Yellowstone. Lots of trees with shade and a nice breeze. It is 10 miles from services, located in wooded farming area,with no freeway noise. Several large sites for big rigs with patio, grass and ample room between sites. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent facility and polite/helpful staff. Right on the Yellowstone river, and about a mile from the entrance to Pine Creek Falls. Also about 50 miles from Yellowstone. Everything worked fine, and facilities were clean and in good repair. Tall cottonwood trees gave us lots of shade. Kids playground was fantastic, as was the pool. There was no fenced dog area, but this was a small issue as there was a lot of other areas to walk and run the dogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A bit of a disappointment for a KOA: sites were close and tight. Very friendly staff, nice location on the river with decent river access. Terrible "pet walk" area, the the worst we've seen for a KOA. Decent enough location for access to Yellowstone: the north entrance is approximately 40 miles away. Livingston itself was 12 miles or so, as was the closest grocery store. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My yearly vacation with our autistic son has always had it's moments. This is our first stay at this park and the staff was extremely friendly. Park is clean and family friendly. The area is small but close to Yellowstone. Made it nice as we saw a couple of bears which was exciting. Also has elk and deer right in the community was a nice plus. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A small but friendly campground. The owners are on site and constantly hard at work. Great pool for the kids and a good playground. 40 miles to north entrance of Yellowstone. Decent Wi-Fi. My only complaint would be the sites are a bit small, but they do accommodate big rigs. You can just reach out and touch your neighbor. We camped with a group that was together, so this was not a problem. I would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There is friendly staff and good, clean washrooms and showers. There is a pool but we didn't use it so can't comment on that aspect. There is a well stocked gift shift that also sells a few groceries and accessories. The campground was busy while we were there but still remained peaceful over all. Some of the picnic tables look ready for the dump and some of the patios are in need of repair. In late June the river adjacent to the camp was in full melt water flood and far too dangerous to venture into. It was a little further from Yellowstone than I had anticipated and much further from the main attraction, Old Faithful. For this reason alone I am unlikely to return. Instead I'll pick a location nearer to the West entrance of the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There are beautiful mountain views from our campsite. The water pressure was so low that it trickled when showering or flushing the toilet in our trailer. There were many loud children at the pool so that we didn't feel like spending much time swimming. The park is conveniently located near the Pine Creek trailhead. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice a clean facilities, we traveled with our Grandson (age 8) and he loved it, swimming pool, able to meet other children. He had great time. We wish we had stayed and extra day as it was quite enjoyable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is not very large but is located in a wooded area (which is to so common around there). We had a site located next to the pool with no privacy at all. People came walking through our site, kids were playing on our site and people were parking their cars (even a boat) on our site. This was very annoying. We decided to leave 1 day earlier. We had no problem cancelling and they even helped us finding another campground. We stayed there to be close to Yellowstone Park, but we realized that the Cody area in Wyoming is a much better place for that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had booked a full hookup site which turned out to be right on the entrance road in front of the office. A request for change was quickly handled and we were moved to a beautiful water & electricity site overlooking a field next to the Yellowstone River where we saw deer including fawns daily. Excellent campground away from the full hookup sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice KOA about 5 miles off highway and 10 minutes from Livingston. Drove about an hour from Yellowstone National Park. Enjoyed the pool and playground with our 2 & 4 year old. Firepits and picnic tables in good condition. Pancake breakfast available. Our sites only had power/water but used dumping station. Nice location We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Campground is right on the Yellowstone River, a Blue Ribbon trout stream. Gorgeous mountains are around the campground, rolling green hills, 45 miles from Yellowstone National Park. Some sites have concrete patios and pads, others are grass/gravel. Owners and staff are very helpful and accommodating of any needs campers may have. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff & owners. Very few 50 amp sites. Sites level but close together. Tight at entering and exiting sites and campground. Laundry is nice and combined with sitting area. Good location for touring Yellowstone NP We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park management was very accommodating. We requested a site change and they moved us without question. Do remember though that the roadways and camp sites are very dusty. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Located on the Yellostone River among huge cottonwood trees. Some sites have concrete
patios. Lovely grass everywhere. Pancake breakfasts in the summer. Sites are not too close. Employees were very friendly. Looking forward to returning some day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reviewer is right- this place is a mess. Vicious dogs in the Manager's mobile home act like they'll eat you for knocking on the wall (the door is blocked off). Other dogs roam around the park. Resident kids on bicycles ride through all sites, even if you are standing by your rig. Kids and adult residents are outside partying late at night. Cigarette butts and trash are all over the grounds. Fire in one mobile home brought out the entire city fire department. Bathrooms were frequently trashed with cigarette ashes and dirt in sinks. Constant noise from nearby Interstate. Sewer and water hookups are poorly placed, into the next site. We used to stop here for the convenient location and cheaper price, but the place gets worse every year. Could be okay for an overnight desperation stop, but wait to find the manager (who's a nice woman) in the morning. Don't knock on that home/office/dog kennel at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The management was poor. Upon arrival we had to go look for the manager in a run down mobile home where we couldn't get to the door because it was fenced off. The sites are long but very, very close together. Water, electric and sewer are poorly laid out. Dogs are left outside unattended. I tried to walk my dog but there were large, unattended aggressive dogs all over the place. I didn't go near the restrooms, and the wifi did not work. I would not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Place looks like Dogpatch but it somehow works. Good price and cable TV, close enough to town to walk or bike. Management is accommodating. Sewer hookups are mostly inconvenient, water is great, sites are tight but long. Bathrooms are ancient- can't close the door when you're on the toilet. Single machines in Laundry room are worthless, city laundromat and grocery store nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has been a great stop for us 2x now on our travels through Yellowstone national Park. The manger is amazingly friendly and accommodating. The restrooms & laundry room are always clean. We traveled through the first time and had our miniature horse with us, and the manager allowed us to put him in the corral at the edge of the park. That was a great treat for him! I would not hesitate to recommend this park to anyone and we will surely be back! We camped here in a Tent.
Right turn, left turn off the highway up over the tracks. If you have low clearance issues with the rig, you may scrape coming back out over the railroad tracks. It is a trailer park with long-term residents, pull-thru sites, but the rear of our 5er was 30' from the front door and barking dogs of the 1960's vintage trailers. The residents don't like the RV folks. There are trash cans at each site, covered. No problem with the upkeep of the park, it is clean and well cared-for. Sites are level and you have a patch of grass with picnic tables, close together, but ample room. The manager is a sweet-heart, very accommodating and friendly. For a one or two night stay, it's OK, and cheaper by far than anything around. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Simple park no frills. Great manager. The park is older but they work to keep it up. They mowed the lawn twice in the week we were there. The Wi-Fi worked great. Would not hesitate to stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small park in a residential neighborhood, behind a motel. Very friendly owner. This is part of a trailer park, so there are some trashy-looking mobile homes next to the campground. Highway noise could be a problem if you're a light sleeper. Lots of grass and trees. I had read reviews of the other campground, so we decided to by-pass it and stay closer to the highway. If you are headed west on I-90, you have to turn left right after you turn right on the main town road, so watch for signs. A nice stop for overnight travel. We'll stay here again on our return trip home. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We planned to camp here for a few nights but choose to stay overnight and move on, as we prefer parks that are more scenic. This is a basic RV park resembling more of a parking lot than a park. They do have full-hook ups and the owners are very kind. The rates are more expensive than other parks and not as nice, so in our experience it didn't feel like a very good deal. However, it is conveniently located off I-90. There is a grocery and laundry nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here rather than one of the "better" parks in the area for one night because of the low price and in town location. The park was a pleasant surprise. The FHU pull-through sites had cable TV and WiFi which both worked fine. As others have noted, this a a small park without any extras. We found it fine for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We live in our RV and have been to more than enough campgrounds to know what we like and what we don't. Livingston Campground and RV Park is a pleasant environment with green grass and trees which are hard to come by out West. The sites are spacious, level, gravel pull throughs with W.E.& S. Easily accessible from I-90 just off of Hwy. 89 South. The manager was friendly and inviting, both on the phone and in person, and it is very reasonably priced compared to all the other campgrounds in the area. The town is quaint with much character, places to tour, eat and shop and it's less than an hour drive to Yellowstone NP. WiFi was better than most parks. Connected instantly with 5 connectivity bars. Has cable TV, laundry, bathrooms w/showers. I don't know what else a camper could want for $20.00 per night. We stayed 10 nights in June in a 38 footer w/tow dolly. Would recommend this park because of the warm, welcoming personality of the management and for the fact that they don't advertise like the others so they're able to keep their prices reasonable and they're not an uppity campground with an uppity attitude. If you want a pool and a hot tub, there are plenty of those elsewhere, personally, we're campers and enjoy the camping atmosphere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This run-down little park has added cable TV and Wi-Fi since the last review, which helps since there's not much else to recommend, other than the great view of the mountains. Actually, we used our VZ aircard; the Wi-Fi signal was weak. Park is next to I-90 and noisy, but very close to town and stores. There are 9 long pull-thru sites on a paved slope, with some shade. Some W&E sites on grass are $24. Mobile homes and old RVs of residents in Park, including the mgr.'s home -she's rarely in the office. Be sure to call ahead. Bathrooms are pretty sad, but plenty of hot water. Residents walk thru your sites and chain smoke all day. yep, this is cowboy country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an average park. Pretty good for an overnighter. Restrooms and showers were clean. Inside roads and parking areas were gravel and pretty level. Sites are close, but not uncomfortable for a short stay. I wouldn't stay here for more than a couple nights because the sites are so close. Staff was courteous and helpful. The place is very easy to access from the Freeway (I-90). Not sure if the # of sites is 30. I didn't count, but there a couple rows of pull-thrus and some tent sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great campground that is very well maintained. The owners and workers are very nice and accommodating to every one. The park is quiet and easy to navigate around. It was close to everything in town, there is a nice path that we rode to take our bikes to town everyday. The dog run is large and well maintained. This is also a great park to stay at to visit Yellowstone. The only thing to remember when visiting this park is when you turn onto Merill lane, it gets a little narrow but we had no problem getting our 65' semi and 5th wheel in. They have cable but most sites you can get your satellite to work. If you have stayed here in years past check it out again the owners take pride in their campground and seem to have recently expanded and have re-sodded several of the sites. Livingston is a nice small town that has a lot of options but manages to remain a quaint town. Internet is important to me and theirs worked great. We will stay here again. Rate reflects a weekly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice little RV park tucked in off the main drag just outside of Livingston. Husband and wife owners were very friendly and greeted us upon arrival and led us to our spot. Spots were gravel, long, spacious and pretty level. Electric worked flawless and we had great water pressure. They had a huge fenced in dog run area which we used all the time. As others have mentioned the individual bathrooms (toilet, sink and shower) is a brilliant idea and we loved them. They were spotless. During our stay the owners had some construction going on which we didn't mind. I was glad to see their passion on improving their little park. In a few weeks when the construction is completed, this place will be really nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
By far the nicest park in the Livingston area. Entry road is narrow but all local traffic is aware of the RV park and are very willing to pull to the side. The nicest owners we have found in quite some time. Very helpful and knowledgeable about the area. Only downside I can see is if you are visiting Yellowstone, it is about 40 miles to the north entrance. We have stayed in Cody when visiting Yellowstone, but that is about a 50 mile drive to the south entrance on a worse road. This park is only 28 miles from Bozeman. WiFi was good most of the time and strong Verizon signal. Our 45ft with a tow car fit nicely. Will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is hard for me to rate this campground. The owners are very nice and helpful. We had a pull-through that was adequate but only a couple of sites were adequate for our size rig. We did not use the Internet or any other utility except electric. We were in a gravel pull-through site. There was lots of construction going on and the owners were apologetic even though the noise was not intrusive to us. Verizon cell and MiFi worked well. Merrill Lane, the city street accessing the campground is very narrow and has low hanging trees. Two vehicles cannot pass each other on portions of the road. For this reason, we would not return to this campground even though it is beyond the control of the owners. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid $250.38 to stay at Osens RV Park and Campground for seven nights. That works out to $35.77 per night, which amounts to 10% less than the Good Sam nightly rate. We think that was more than fair because this is a really nice little park. The husband and wife team who own and operate it are super nice and extraordinarily accommodating in every respect. They even brought us some yummy homemade chocolate cake and ice cream one night during our stay. The park itself was more than adequate for maneuvering our 52 feet RV and toad into and out of our level, full-hookup, pull thru, gravel site. Hookups were quick and easy and there was a good-sized grassy areas (with picnic table) on either side of our coach which allowed more than enough space between us and our neighbors. The bathhouse is very nice, and comprises a number of individual private bathrooms, each having a sink, toilet and roomy shower with plenty of hot water and good pressure. The laundry facility is small, having just two washers and two dryers, but the machines are in excellent condition and fairly inexpensive to operate at just $1.25 per load to wash and $1.25 per load to dry (and I mean dry completely). Into the bargain, the park features an excellent free Wi-Fi system, 60-plus channels of free cable TV, and an enclosed dog park large enough to run our 70 pound pit bull to the point of exhaustion. Conveniently located just outside the park are a truck stop and a bulk propane fill station, and there are a number of restaurants, hardware stores and other shopping venues within a mile or two. The park is also just a stone's throw from I-90, but far enough away that traffic noise is not an issue. You will occasionally hear a train whistle, but only faintly. All in all, the park is very peaceful and quiet. The only conceivable "cons" are the lack of shade trees and the absence of a swimming pool. In fact there didn't appear to be any recreational diversions for kids within the park or nearby at all. But being an over-60 geezer from Florida, I wasn't bothered by any of that. Bottom line: my wife and I had a very pleasant and peaceful stay at Osens before heading into Yellowstone to work for the summer. And I'm sure we'll stay at Osens if we ever find ourselves in Livingston again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We absolutely loved this park. After traveling for three weeks and 4,000 miles this had by far the nicest bathrooms, showers, and laundry of any park we've visited. The owners were extremely friendly and went of their way to be helpful and make sure we had a great stay. Also, we enjoyed a bike ride through the farm roads of the small town. Recommend it highly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park for overnighting. Owners are very friendly. Sites are gravel. Owners offered me a pull-through, I took it. No extra charge. One of the owners helps you get to your site. Cable has a good selection of channels. Wi-Fi worked great. Verizon cell phone gets one or two bars, fades in and out depending where you are. There are four separate combo toilet/shower rooms, unisex. They were pretty clean. Nice laundry room, although there are only two washers and two dryers. Prices $1.25 to wash, $1.25 to dry, not bad. If you don't have enough for a full load, I would drop some clothes on the ground to get enough to make a load at these prices. Laundry room also has a "deep sink" if you need one of those. Spacing between sites is adequate. It's pretty close to a well known grocery store chain. If you don't tow a car, you could walk, it's a short mile. Price I am showing is Good Sam plus lodging tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here in the past. Although these were new owners, and they were anxious to please. Shower and restroom facilities were very clean and kept up. There was a fenced area for dogs to play, and run. The park itself is kept up, quiet, friendly, and we would definitely continue to stay here. A plus was a very nice quilt shop is 1/4 mile down the road! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There is nothing fancy about this park, but it works well as a place to stay in route or while visiting Yellowstone. It is quiet. The spaces are gravel with some grass on the sides. Sites are level and long. There is adequate space between sites. They had WI-FI and cable TV for free. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Yellowstone. The sites were nice, long, level, gravel pull through sites, with full hookups. Laundry room was clean, but only 2 washers and dryers. Very close to Albertsons. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects GS discount plus tax. Site was level gravel pull through. Good wifi and good selection of cable channels. Showers were uni-sex and clean. Far enough from the xpress way that noise wasn't an issue. Beautiful view of the mountains. This is also a good place to stop on the way to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very Friendly. Sites were nice. We enjoyed the area very much. Livingston is a fun town to stay in. We would stay again. Lots to do. Easy to get in and out of. We have our on wifi so don't know how there's works. Verizon works not Sprint. We stayed in a Motor Home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I made our reservation in March for our August one-night stay. While our assigned site was a pull-through with full hookups, from their website, I was expecting shade -- there are VERY FEW here so don't be disillusioned as we were. The restrooms were wonderful(six individual rooms, complete with door lock, sink, stool, and shower stall -- loved this) and the laundry was great (even though there were only two washers and two dryers, they were inexpensive and effective; the room had a sink and a folding table, too). The owner was pleasant and helpful; we felt the price was high (even with our Good Sam Discount), no playground or pool here, so there's not much for kids and there aren't any fire pits for a campfire. The campground is close to town for shopping and supplies. The train, which rolls through Livingston, wasn't an issue -- no horns at night, and it was quiet while we were here. We might consider staying here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The good news is that it is away from the highway and has a good Wi-Fi system. The seasonal sites are quite nice, the pull thru sites have a reasonable spacing but are not very level and the grass is threadbare. The back-in sites for the short term travelers have a large hump running through all of them, are quite close together and back onto private houses with barking outdoor dogs. Didn't dare check out the washrooms after reading the earlier reports. Those that thought this was a great place have obviously not done much camping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I travel all summer and when we arrived at Osens, the owner was the most gracious and friendly person we have ever been greeted with at a park. They are new owners and have made this park look beautiful and inviting. The laundry room and restrooms are extremely clean. They lead you to your site, which is a great help to get us in properly. The sites are gravel and level. This is the perfect place to stay, leave your RV and drive into Yellowstone for the day. Be sure to try the Wilcoxson's Ice Cream in the office. We will stay here every time we are in Livingston, Montana! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little park with awesome owners who were very helpful in getting us situated. Their sites were wide, but unfortunately in the sun. The Wi-Fi was very fast and accessible whenever we needed it. They gave great directions and dinner suggestions. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Good: Pet Run Area. They had a great pet run area. Large, fenced, grass and clean. Our site was clean and close to some small trees--although we didn't have shade, there was grass which was nice. The Bad: Non-refundable reservation charge of $50. Most parks are more flexible about RV campers knowing we don't always make a straight line to where we think we are going. Had it not been for the non-refundable charge, we would have stayed another day at the park we had been at. Osens did not have a full hook up site available--so we used facilities. The bathrooms have shower and toilet, etc. in one room--like at home. They are very dirty. Shower drain plugged and didn't drain. Floors and molding need scrubbed down. I didn't use the toilets and tried not to touch what I did not have to touch. Hair, dirt and ??? on molding and on floors. Hair in showers and on toilets. This wasn't due to overuse as we used these right after they were cleaned once and then early evening...and the condition was the same...dirty. They needed a real scrub down. Laundry room had two washers and two dryers. Although advertised cable....it only worked for a few hours in the afternoon. Hosts did call cable company but this was never resolved. Although at first we were told it was only us with the problem, we asked our neighbors and they all said they only had fuzz. We were glad to leave after our 3 night commitment. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Perfect for an overnight stay. No frills campground, but well kept. Host was very nice and helpful. Laundry room convenient to campsites, since it is a small park. We stopped here prior to going to Yellowstone the next day. We were very satisfied with the campground. Pull through site was long and level. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate shown is with Good Sam discount. Access road to the park is more like a private driveway as it is fairly narrow. Our site was a fairly level (after some maneuvering) gravel pull-through. There were grass strips between the pull-through sites. All utilities worked fine. Good cable TV. Wi-Fi worked for awhile and then quit due to lack of bandwidth. Owners warned me this might happen. They are in the process of getting increased bandwidth to solve this problem. The pet walk area was a good size, fenced, and grass. I would consider staying again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners were very nice, but the park is a bit overpriced. We were going to take a site with only water & electric, for $6/night less, but they all had a "hump" going thru them so we couldn't have gotten level, plus they were grassy sites and if it rained it would have been a mess. We had to take a w/s/e site for the additional money, and the $39 is after a Good Sam discount. The Wi-Fi works if you are close to the office and the cable was fine, other than that there weren't any other amenities. We would look for another campground in the area, there were several before we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
High rating is because of the location and nice staff. Gravel sites, and small park out of the way. This was sort of close to Yellowstone and in October not much is open. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good basic RV park. Not many frills. Price a little high for this type of park, but always quiet as it is way off the road. Pull throughs are wide and long, no trouble getting in or out. Have stayed here 5 times last 10 years and will use again. Rate is $38 per night but they give a $5 discount to vets. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed for one night in our 36' Motorhome. The owner checked us in and was very nice. This is a smaller park tucked away down a small road off the main road. The road to the park is in need of a tree trimming. Some of the branches came very close to our RV. The park however was well maintained with grass between sites. The sites were perfect size for a pull through. This is a pass through park, nothing really to see or do. Be aware they only accept checks or cash. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good access to shopping and services. Family owned and they were very friendly and helpful. Clean campground. The only thing that bothered us was that we had expected a different setting based upon the website photos. We had expected more sites backing to the Yellowstone River, but there were only 3 or 4 that did so. The campground is laid out in an oval with the sites extending as spokes from the oval driveway. There is room for turning and backing. Everything was spic and span, well cared for. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
For reservations it is by check only, mailed in. They only take cash or checks for payment; no credit cards, which is why I gave this park a 7. It is an older park but clean and quiet. All connections worked well including the Wi-Fi. Sites were on the small side with some grass gravel roads and sites. Have fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a nice quiet RV park. Osen's is like the gateway to Yellowstone. If you're headed south into the park you can take care of shopping for provisions and such in Livingston and when you're ready to go its just 55 minutes to Gardiner. Spaces are typically the preferred roomier 30 foot spacing instead of the sandwich style 20 foot sites found in so many RV parks today. The staff is friendly and helpful and they maintain the park beautifully. Plenty of pull through sites and big rig friendly. If you find yourself in Livingston don't pass up a friendly visit to this RV park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV park was slightly better than average because of the size of the sites. Cable and Wi-Fi were excellent. We had an issue with our 30 amp electric cutting out every time we tried to use an appliance whenever the air was on. Some minor sewer smell in the early evening. The park is neat, clean, quiet, and safe, and the owner was very friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We called ahead for a reservation, glad we did as they were full and turning several drop-ins away. Bring cash or check, no credit cards. The road: 2/10ths of a mile to this cg, is very narrow. No way two vehicles can pass each other, but we did not encounter another vehicle while in the motorhome. We had a great site, long, pretty level with a huge front yard. The utilities were in good working order, but the sewer is pretty far back. We just positioned the RV based on that. The owners, and staff were pleasant and helpful. The cable TV and free Wi-Fi were excellent, Verizon signal was strong. The showers were private and clean. The trash area requires going up 3 steps. Overall: it was quiet, clean, and easy on/off I-90. We would return if ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice stopover park on your way to your Yellowstone vacation detail. Clean park. No Interstate noise. We stayed 1 night because we couldn't get into our stay further north. Persons here were friendly. Convenient location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Everything seems fine except for one detail. We had to get a back-in site because everything else was full. The back-in sites do not have a dump site. There is no dump site available for back-in site anywhere on this campground.. Your only hope if you want to dump your tanks after staying here is if a pull-through is open when you leave you can use it. That would be an additional $5 to use. That is a new one on me. If you can get a pull-through with somewhere to dump it would be OK. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is with the weekly discount. Good Wi-Fi, cable; no problems with hookups. Long gravel sites that are easy to park in and leave. Do not follow GPS in if it tells you to turn onto Miller Lane, instead watch for campground signs. Within biking and long walking distance to Livingston. Lots to do in the area including Yellowstone NP, scenic drives, exploring Livingston, rafting the Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here several times while passing thorough on I-90. I didn't have any problems with Wi-Fi & the cable TV is major. The reason I gave an 8 rating is although the restrooms are private they don't have soap or towels. The showers are clean with hooks, & benches.Very clean well maintain CG. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
One of those campgrounds where you pull in for the night and never leave. Nice, long, level, gravel site with easy on and off the interstate and yet far enough that there's no noise. Good Wi-Fi. Don't know anything about the area but it is apparently the beginning of a scenic highway to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park and the management was very friendly. The Wi-Fi was excellent and was fast enough to Stream Netflix Movies. All sites are quite large with grass and some small trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice little park. Individual, private and heated bathroom/showers. Very nice staff. Enclosed pet area. Close to town. Quiet. We're planning on staying here again in our travel trailer. We used the laundry facility several times & everything worked well. We camped here in a Tent.
Nice size sites - ours was level and long, friendly and helpful hosts, very clean facilities - although only two washers and dryers. Far enough off main road that noise was not a factor. Good location for day trips to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park would be fine for an overnight stay if not for the potholes. The sites are long and relatively level, however the park does not look particularly well maintained. The deal breaker is the potholes on the road entering the park. I would not subject my motorhome tires to these massive potholes again. I don't know if the park owner or the city is responsible, but, I would not stay here again unless someone did something about the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pot holes in the road coming to the park are treacherous. They seem to be permanent and nothing being done to fix them. Park is quiet and a good distance from freeway. Beautiful setting with mountains all around. All the hookups and large level sites. The wi-fi is slow and intermittent, even though there were only 5 or 6 rvs in the park. Camp Club discount of $18 was a good deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is clean and quiet. The staff is very friendly and made us feel very welcome. Wi-Fi was a disappointment. Could not get it from our MH even tho we were close to the office. The staff did not let us know we had to come to the office. They had several different sites to connect to but could not get any of them to work. Finally used our Verizon wifi modem and it works well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thoroughly enjoyed this park. It was clean and quiet, with trees around the perimeter, grass, and a nice rural feel even though it's close to I-90 and town. The owners were very nice and helpful. We enjoyed our first couple of days so much we extended our stay. It's a little over an hour to Yellowstone, but the ride is beautiful and I'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground accepted CCUSA after Sept.15 and it was convenient on our exit out of Yellowstone. Some of the reasons i might give more favorable reviews is because we now can travel out of the summer crowds and allot of these campgrounds are less crowded and the weather is cooler and the price is cheaper therefore it creates a better mind set. The Wi-Fi worked from my MH. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were disappointed in this campground for the following reasons. They advertise WiFi hook up but you can only connect if you sit on the front porch of the office. You cannot get WiFi from your RV. The laundry room had two washers and two dryers. One washer did not work properly, but did not have an "Out of Order" sign on it I found out only via another camper who happened to be in the laundry room as I was checking out the facility. She also told me that one dryer did not work, no "Out of Order" sign on that either. The grounds looked unkept, there was a pickup full of trash/junk parked by the bathrooms and there were swarms of biting flies, we could not sit outside nor walk in the campground due to the flies. The owners seemed disinterested in the situation. To be fair the "biting flies" may be a problem of the area we do not know. We probably would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Over priced for what you get but the park is adequate for a one or two day stay. The sites will accommodate any length vehicle and tow and are spaced far enough apart to be comfortable. The sites are gravel and level. Good electric and water pressure and the staff are very friendly and helpful. We were there on the 4th of July and they were helpful in pointing out activities going on in town. The entry to the park is accessible via a one lane roadway which is actually a two way street. Makes it real interesting when someone is coming the opposite direction. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicer than average park and the best one right in Livingston. Location is super- 2 quiet blocks from the highway, yet close to shops & grocery stores and a bike path into downtown. Yellowstone NP is 50 beautiful miles away, down Paradise Valley. Free wifi works very well close to the office, and extended cable TV is great. Private restrooms are handy, but stuffy without windows. Small but clean laundry room. No shade for most sites; trees only on perimeter.Plenty of grass, especially since friendly owner leaves sprinklers on all day, creating small pools. $26 rate is for a back-in site;FHU pull-thrus are more. Sites are long and level, but often a bit narrow. Your neighbor's slide-outs may be too close if the park gets full. Try to avoid being parked underneath the bright street lights;also try to get the shade trees. A nice, quiet place and worth a summertime visit for the location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only negatives about this park are the entry road off the highway is very narrow, the site grass was not mowed, and they accept cash or check only. Otherwise the pull through sites are very wide, grass patio with table and level gravel site. We would stay again. Nice friendly couple management/owners. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although our 40' motorhome fit the pull-through site fine, there are some back-in grassy sites that are uneven. The sites are fairly close together with no privacy. The owners are very friendly and there is no highway noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice little campground with large, level, grassy sites and a great view of the mountains. 50 miles from Yellowstone's north entrance. Nice laundry room. Tent/cabin area set well away from RVs. We really appreciated the large fenced dog run. Easy
in/out from I-90, but very quiet. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Gallatin National Forest campground south of Livingston off Hwy 89. Narrow winding paved road to campground and easy to navigate with truck and 22 ft. trailer. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful with local knowledge. Trailhead to beautiful waterfall with easy hike right from campground. Free flowing Pine Creek behind many sites to listen to under the clear mountain stars. Wonderful dry camping site to explore the area and within 2 hours of Yellowstone National Park. A hidden gem! Deer wandering through camp and owls hooting at night, wonderful! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Agree that this is a great campground. Access is easy. Sites are good for slides and awnings. Each site has a grassy area with a picnic table. A few sites tight on the river but most are in a row at right angle to the water. But there is access and benches to sit on. You can fish right at the campground as well. The owners live on the property and are welcoming and helpful. The gravel path that runs to town is right across the street and the owners keep the grass cut so it is easy to get on it. Livingston is a cute western town and there is much to do in the area. No pool is the reason for the 9 and not a 10. No credit cards are accepted. This is a place to stay for more than one night if you can. Sit by the river and enjoy the views. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Super managers, very personal and friendly service. It’s a small campground, and very quiet even though it’s right on a primary road to Yellowstone. You’re on the beautiful Yellowstone River with benches to sit on if your site is not right on the river. Fantastic views of the river and mountains to the south – it looks like Switzerland! Spotless campground sites, laundry, and restrooms. No discounts, but if you stay 6 nights, you get the 7th free. We loved this place and the owners! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent in all respects and one can't be disappointed with this well maintained and well managed site. Friendly and beautiful. Understand it's been family owned since the early 70s. We will come back often. Great restaurants nearby in Livingston. River and snow covered mountain views are wonderful. Managers are the best we've met! Sites are level and comfortable. Rest rooms and laundry are spotless. Can't wait to return to this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a fantastic little RV park right on the Yellowstone River. Couple of longer term folks, with the majority of spaces being for people traveling through Livingston. We had a pull through spot close to the river, which was relatively level and plenty of room. Park manager/host was one of the nicest we've met. He greeted us when we pulled in, led us to our spot, brought all documentation to us to fill out and even pointed out areas to walk and exercise our dog. It's a short drive to the grocery, as well as the cute, historic downtown area. My only regret is that I didn't pack my fly fishing gear. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a quiet and peaceful retreat near the delightful small town of Livingston. With easy access to downtown art galleries and dining as well as situated right on the Yellowstone river for fishing access, it is the perfect spot to enjoy evening sunsets or early morning dog walks along the mountain backdrop. We have stopped here in the summer and fall as well as this spring and have not found a bad time to visit. The hosts are friendly and helpful, laundry and showers are clean and tidy. Our pets were welcomed and all sizes of campers were accommodated. Our rig is 37 feet long. We will definitely be back on our return East. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rock Canyon is the best RV Park we have stayed in on our 6000 mile trip! When we arrived at Rock Canyon we were greeted and parked by one staff member. Another registered us at our site, which was very nice after a long day of travel. These two go the extra mile to make this park special and are very knowledgeable about the area. The grounds and flowers are absolutely beautiful and they work from morning to night to keep everything spotless. The restrooms are the cleanest we have ever seen and the showers are a gorgeous rock tile. I did all of my laundry here because it was cleaner than any I have ever seen! They also recycle - which is very nice for the environment. Our Wi-Fi was excellent from our site. Cable TV was very good - lots of channels to choose from and even got local news. Water pressure was great in our rig. Our site was very level and we had a nice grassy area with a nice picnic table. We rode our bikes to town on the bike path that is located across from the park. We are already planning our return trip to stay longer at Rock Canyon. Be sure to stay here if you are in the Livingston area - you won't be disappointed! The views are incredible in every direction you look! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice small park on the Yellowstone River. Was lucky enough to get a back-in site on river. The lady that met me was absolutely wonderful, her daughter-in-law had answered the phone and was most polite. They is cash or check only at this time, no credit cards. Sites are well maintained and mostly level. Very quiet even though on highway to Yellowstone. Town of Livingston was a pleasant surprise. Bathrooms are limited as well as laundry as they say State will not let them expand facilities due to being on river, very clean though. Stayed three nights and would return again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is such a nice little park. A pleasant surprise, considering it looked like a gravel parking lot from the road. But it's got some shade and a pretty setting on the river. There seemed to be a lot of summer and monthly guests who take most of the spaces with their big rigs, leaving few sites for overnighters. It did bother us to pay $40 for no amenities except the 60 channel cable TV, which the other local parks have too. And there's only one washer and dryer, so that can be a problem. Just one toilet and shower per gender, but it's a beautiful restroom. Very nice, helpful owner/manager. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rock Canyon is a very small park with only 25 – 30 spaces. It sits right on the Yellowstone River with lovely views of the canyon. The interior roads and the pads are gravel with our pad being mostly level. There was plenty of room to maneuver to our site which was extremely narrow but there was plenty of room to park our truck behind our rig. There was a very small patch of nice grass outside our door and a picnic table. There are few shade trees – none at our site. The laundry and shower are very clean but there is only one shower and one washer/dryer. I went to a Laundromat. There is a nice public trail across the highway for walking or biking. The cable TV was very good and the internet worked on occasion which is pretty much par for the course. The water pressure is terrible in the morning when everyone is showering. Then it comes back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at the Rock Canyon RV park for 8 days when we came to Livingstone to visit relatives. It is a beautiful site on the Yellowstone river. Beautiful views, clean facilities, well manicured sites, and very helpful owners helped make our stay memorable! I'm sure we will stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With weekly rate, cost was about $34 per night. Nice little park with great hard working owners. Only a few sites are actually next to the Yellowstone River, but we were very pleased with our back in site - #22. It was far enough back from the road to have minimal traffic noise and there were benches available to sit by the river, which we really enjoyed. Beautiful views and a number of scenic drives in the area. Hope to see them next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful RV Park! Our favorite during a 26 day trip. Tucked in a beautiful spot on the Yellowstone River and the rock canyon wall across from entrance is great backdrop. Owner Kim welcomed us and was very nice. Nicely manicured grounds. The laundry was spotless as were the restrooms that were very upscale. They have menus of local restaurants in the laundry room and we ate at a great breakfast spot in town. Easy in/out for big rigs. Good WiFi and cable. There were nice couples there that come each year, and it's obvious why. I think they were fly fishers. Not much for children to do, which is fine for us. So glad we took a chance, sent in our check for the reservation, and stayed here. Will certainly come back when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park, run by very nice people. They helped me back my 38 foot fifth wheel into our site. They are very helpful and friendly. The park is on the banks of the Yellowstone River. Laundry is a single washer and dryer, but there seems to be little demand for it. Good cable TV. Poor WiFi at our rig - I had to make a twice-daily trip to the rec room to get a decent hookup. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This RV Park gets a 10++ from us! Beautiful park on the Yellowstone River in a gorgeous canyon. Owners are super nice and very helpful! Grounds/flowers are gorgeous and very well kept. Restrooms/laundry are immaculate and newly remodeled with nice tile work. Sites are easy in/out for big rigs. Wi-Fi worked great from our site as well as Verizon Smart Phone (4G). Over 60 channels of cable TV included in price - no need to hook up our Dish Network during our stay. Water pressure was good. The park is a smaller park - which is what we like - quiet and very friendly people. It was busier than we thought it would be for this time of year - but now we know why...SUPER place to stay!! We will stay longer next year and will tell all of our friends about this hidden gem!! Caught two nice fish in one hour for dinner. Call for a reservation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and tidy park, some sites on the river. Very nice showers and reasonable laundry. Adequate gravel sites, mostly level. WiFi was too weak to work in the center of the park. We were able to get a slow signal via Verizon with a good booster/antenna. No ATT signal. Expensive for what you get, but typical for the Yellowstone area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a first class RV park. Management is exceptional. They are not only friendly but are truly there to help you. They even put on a Labor Day picnic for all guests! Good CG for big rigs with ample pull throughs. There are quite a few seasonals here but they are quite friendly as well. Toilets and showers are problematic as there is only one of each for men and for women. Laundry too, as there is only one washer and dryer for the camp. We really like this CG and will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small campground, well managed and well-maintained. It is located on the Yellowstone River and the views are breathtaking. Sites are acceptable sizes and very level. WiFi worked very well. Owners were very helpful. Bathrooms were very clean with unexpected homey décor. There are no discounts. No miscellaneous amenities such as playground, pool, etc so it's an adult park. We highly recommend this location. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As much as we liked this little park, it just doesn’t have the amenities to deserve a “9” rating. It is a Plain Jane park with no pool, game room, water slide or Bocce Court. That made it just fine for us since we just don’t use things like that. Management was as friendly and helpful as you could hope for. Our 45’ motorhome + toad fit just fine. The Yellowstone River was just a few yards from our coach and we had a nice grass spot and table to keep us quite content. We would defiantly stay here again and I would recommend it to anyone without kids who can’t live without a waterslide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The good: stunning views of canyon walls on both sides of Yellowstone River; upriver view of snowcapped peaks; bicycle/walking path (former railroad right of way) across US89 that goes all the way into Livingston (3 miles). Site was gravel and level. The bad: worst water system in 2 years of RVing, down to a trickle when busy. Wi-Fi was highly dependent on direct line of sight to repeater. From middle of motorhome, signal was unusable. Owners are some of the nicest people we've met: even providing a 4th of July picnic to all. Price reflects weekly rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best part of this campground is the friendly and helpful owners. They really try to make the stay a great experience. We stayed in a shaded site and glad we did! The other sites were out in the open and could get quite warm. It's right on the Yellowstone river and the views are terrific. Peaceful benches where you can see wildlife and just zone out from your travel. We would highly recommend a stay and think you will richly remember the experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wi-Fi wasn't working that day. Nice park, quiet, wonderful owners. One can fly fish on the Yellowstone river. License needed of course. Good restaurant within walking distance. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed two nights. Would have stayed another night if weather had not turned bad (snowing as we hooked up). Owner is very friendly and helpful. Very easy in and out pull-throughs for 40' rig towing car. Paperback book exchange. Small restaurant within easy walking distance; breakfast was good there. They don't take credit cards but did take a personal check. No club discounts. Would certainly stay here again if we were in the area. (Needed a heated pool for a 10) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park, the owners are so friendly! The laundry and showers are spotless, spotless, spotless. The owners gave us all sorts of ideas for scenic drives. The campground is spotless. I will stay here again, and suggest you do too! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small family owned and operated mountain park. This was our second visit and we will definitely be back. It is not a resort. It doesn't have a swimming pool or playground. What it has is a very comfortable and relaxing place to park while enjoying Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding area. It has a great view of the Yellowstone River which runs right behind the park. There is a small restaurant within walking distance. The laundry room is clean and within walking distance of each site. It has plenty of room for walking dogs, which is important to us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice little park, and the owners do a very nice job of keeping it that way. We had made a mistake on our reservation, and arrived on the wrong day. No problem, they went out of their way to accommodate us. The only problem was not the owners fault. Because of heavy rains, and high water tables, the septic system could not be used, thus the restrooms and showers were closed. This did not cause a problem for us, and I'm confident that the problem did not last long. Scenery is beautiful and we plan on staying here again on our next visit to the Livingston area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What this small family-run park lacks in amenities is made up for by the beautiful location on the banks of the Yellowstone River. The owners are very helpful and friendly. WiFi was sketchy. We would definitely stay again as it is the type of small, scenic that appeals to us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful park and very well maintained. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They want to make sure that you are happy with your site and stay. We were there over July 4th, they hosted a BBQ for their guests which I thought was very nice of them. If you want to stay at a small family owned RV park out of town a bit, then this is the park to stay at. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very neat, clean RV park right on the Yellowstone River. Gravel sites are level, we had a pull-through that accommodated our 41' motorhome pulling a 10' motorcycle trailer. Verizon Aircard reception was good. Verizon cell phone was good. AT&T iphone was poor, but usable. Very pleasant owners live on-site and immediately invited us to the 4th of July cookout they were giving for the campers. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice clean park on a beautiful stretch of the Yellowstone River. The price we paid was for dry camping. We chose that because we were just stopping for the night and thought $37 a little high. (We could have stayed another night in Yellowstone with full hook-up for $39.) My only other complaint was the shower walls were made of pegboard (or something similar with little holes all over it), so it didn't feel very private if someone had come in to use the toilet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very pretty, family run RV park situated on the banks of the Yellowstone river just 3 miles south of Livingston. I don’t mean near I mean right on a deep, fast flowing bend where you can observe passing raft trips, canoe expeditions and fish for trout. The facility is simple but well maintained and with the exception of internet, everything worked to satisfaction. The staff / owners were friendly and helpful. There’s a 4 mile paved bike path into town just across the street and a nice place for eating just 100 yards up the road. There are a number of season long residents staying here, and they were without exception cordial. I only hesitate to rate Rock Canyon a 9 or 10 because of the poor Internet performance. A number of the other residents shared this concern. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed at this RV park for a month and it is the nicest, most clean, well maintained RV park we have ever stayed in. The owners go the extra mile to make you feel like family. The views are beautiful, the grounds are kept immaculate, and the restrooms and showers are also super clean! We enjoyed everything about our stay! We are coming back next year for the entire summer! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I’m not one to waste my time posting negative reviews online, but I must in this case: DO NOT STAY HERE. The father and son who run this RV park also live there. The son is the kind of a man that you could use as a blueprint to build an idiot and whose actions are the reason for this review. My family from another state visited me last summer and stayed at this park for 1 month. Each time I visited them the son would get in my face about where I was parking. That was annoying enough, but when he got in my relatives' face after he complained about the vicious doberman or pit bull or rottweiler (it was some kind of attack dog) with the people in the RV parked next to him the line was crossed. The dog was chained up but barked and lunged and tried to bite my relative and the child with him as they walked by on the way to the bathrooms. Naturally, my relative alerted the dogs’ owners to this serious problem. A short time later the son banged on my relatives’ RV door then proceeded to get unnecessarily nasty with my relative, accusing him of taking away business because the people traveling with the dog left before their reservation expired. They supposedly left because of my relatives’ complaint about their dog. Of course my relative was stunned that the son could be so stupid and reckless as to think making a buck was more important than guest safety and comfort ability. Nonetheless, he offered to pay the son for the lost reservation, which was one nights’ stay. Instead of accepting my relatives’ monetary offer and moving on, the son chose to refuse the money, and continued on verbally berating my relative. And all this after my relative helped this guy haul several heavy tree limbs and clean up debris after a bad storm damaged the RV park due to high winds. I don’t know what else to say but: steer clear of this place. Thanks for listening. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We have stayed in this RV Park many times for over 10 years and have highly recommended it to many of our friends/family. It is a family operated RV park staffed by the parents and son/daughter in-law who all live on-site and are always very friendly and helpful to all 24/7. It is a beautiful smaller RV Park in a canyon on the Yellowstone River just outside of Livingston, MT. The facility is always immaculate and the groundskeeping is beautiful! We have stayed there over Memorial Day/4th of July/Labor Day and the family always hosts a wonderful BBQ for all holidays. They have helped us with our computer, helped us get a tire fixed and the list goes on for the many nice things they do for all. The parents/son and daughter in-law go the extra mile to make us feel like we are "family" and as a result of staying here, we have made many new friends as well. We are full-time RV'ers and this is our FAVORITE place! We would HIGHLY recommend this RV Park to anyone in the Livingston area. We camped here in a Motorhome.