Stay here if you want to get away. No TV, No Verizon, no generator from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Nice to tour the area and take hikes. We have a 40' MH and had no problems with the pull through sites. Host needs to trim some trees that encroach on the sides of the access road in the parking area. Will scrape any size vehicle. We camped at Juniper Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.
The off season price was a wonderful surprise, and the camp was very nice. We were alone in the camp much of the time. There were no hookups, and the restrooms were closed. Water and dump station were also closed for the season. Still, who can complain at $5 a night? We camped at Juniper Campground (NPS Campground) in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed this park very much. However, it is a hassle to get water and dump. The water faucets in the campground (Cottonwood at South Unit) are not threaded so you can't get water there. We got water twice at the Medora Campground. The first time, the young man at the front desk let us have it for free. The second time the man at the desk first wanted $10, then came down to $5. There is a dump station right along the main road before you drive under the Medora Campground sign, so we used it without asking, presuming it is for public use. We saw a wild horse in the campground, and evidence of buffalos. Very nice campground hosts, accommodating to our request to stay beyond the regular checkout time of noon. Price paid reflects Golden Age Passport discount of 50%. Would definitely go back, but better prepared. This place is not for the biggest rigs although there were a few smaller 5th wheel rigs there. We camped at Juniper Campground (NPS Campground) in a Motorhome.