We stayed here in a 23' travel trailer during a hunting trip. Easy access to all roads in and out of town. Owners are very friendly and helpful. They do not have restrooms or showers, but if you want to take a shower they own the another park and you can use that facility. They have a wonderful garage in the back that you can use to process your meat and even let you use their freezer to store the meat. Perfect spot for hunters! Power went off in Kaycee while we were there and they offered to let us stay in their house to keep warm! Only down side is the Wi-Fi does not have good coverage, but cell phone (T-mobile) was excellent, so we just used that instead. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
KC RV campground is not fancy, but a great place to stop over and rest. Next to a flowing river and located on a historical ranch; Cattle Baron's thugs were here. Cattle country and a cowboy town. Be sure to visit the Hoofprints from the past Museum. It's free and very interesting. Visit the Red Rock canyon and Hole in the Wall hideout. Horseshoes by the river in the evening. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
First time at the park and last. Easy to get in, but that is about it. After we paid and parked, the gentleman came by and said we couldn't hook up to sewer: something about flooding. Decided to use on board water too. But no refund of any money. When we drove in, had to drive around and move many toys. About 7 or 8 small children running around: maybe owners grandchildren? Looked like a day care. Took our dog out for a walk: waste everywhere. Not dog, but horse, cow, pig and chicken. Will bypass Kaycee in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With a reservation at the other park in town, we ran into road construction in town and couldn't get there. When we called the park to get help, we discovered that this park was owned by the same people. They had a space and were accessible, so we headed that way. This park is far from glamorous, but they had a level spot with full hookups (though the sewer hookup was too far back in the spot for us to use it) near the highway for the night. If we find ourselves passing through Kaycee when it's time to call it a night, we might stop again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Passport America. Campground is located behind the owners house. Camping on dirt. Some back-in, some pull-thrus. Owners are super nice. A good place to park for the night, but nothing else. Fifty amp electric was great. Not much in the area. I would stay there again if I was passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here to avoid the premium fees charged in Gillette and Casper. There was no one there to check in with and I called the number on the sign to get the one site that was available for overnighters (oil boom in the area). Thought it was okay for a small town park until the manager showed up to collect the $30 fee. I could have stayed in other towns mentioned for the same fee and had wifi and cable TV. I would recommend you continue on to Gillette or Casper for the cost. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. This is a small campground behind the owners house. A couple of permanent rigs on site. Little more than a dirt parking lot with hookups. There appears to be no attempt to level the sites. On a positive side there is a clean laundry with decent rates. It was an okay stay but really nothing to attract anyone to this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An ok place for overnighting in our 40 footer: good power, water pressure. Park rules were dogs must be on leash, did not apply to park owner. Good jumping off place to explore Hole in Wall. AT&T good: voice and data. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Four day stay, in between planned events and this campground was fine for that. FHU's and level sites. Quiet little town with a western flair. Nice museum, near the famous Hole in the Wall and Red Rock Canyon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We overnighted here on our way back through to Montana. It was extremely hard to get to the campground through construction in town. This same construction made it very difficult to turn a 40-footer in and out of the campground. We got settled and it was fine for one night. Not sure if I would want to venture out in daylight, but it was ok to sleep! It was pretty run down, with lots of permanent residents and construction workers. Owner seems friendly. Cable TV was fuzzy. Picked up a pretty strong Wi-Fi signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a one night stopover for us and found it perfect for our needs. Nice large pull-thru site with full hookups. Easy in and out to highway. Very quiet. Not a destination campground but great for a stop over. Our rate was Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.