10 Parks near Cody, Wyoming
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Tight, tight & short old gravel sites, narrow, no shade trees in transit sites, no cable but strong wifi. Nice staff. Right on highway into Cody, so lots of noise near highway. Grass between sites & old asphalt driveways. Old worn out picnic tables But close to town. Rate is not what we paid as we were part of a group and our site was prepaid.. We were in a pull thru and it was tight.This is not a big rig park. - Oooooooo
Aug 2015 - $33.00
Park was clean and the staff was great. Our site and the surrounding sites were very tight. But the park is in a great location, close to downtown and all the sites. We used our bikes to go back and forth. The hill on the way back was a bit of a workout but otherwise it was great. - User2966
Jul 2015 - $33.00
Sites were very close together but not an angle to receive any morning or afternoon shade. Satisfactory for an overnight stop only. The staff was quite adamant about wanting people to turn off personal hotspots so as not to interfere with their wifi. - MThome
Aug 2015 - $24.00
We really enjoyed our stay in our 38 foot MH. The views of the reservoir and the surrounding mountains are awesome and it is a great base for visiting Cody and Yellowstone. No onsite sewage hookups (dump station was located near entrance/exit) but had 50 amp service and potable water. Wifi was nonexistent. Fire rings and picnic table on site. Leveling was not a problem for us, but many campers complained about their sites. Firewood could be obtained from the camp host with a donation. The selling point of this campground is the spectacular scenery! - Russ60
Jul 2015 - $22.00
We were in site #50, a level pullthrough, with water & electric and a picnic table & fire ring, and lots of well cared for grass.
If there is a problem with this campground, it's the one way roads, to get into some of the sites, with your door & awning on the right side, you have to go the wrong way. Sites are fairly spacious, and trees at some. This is the North Fork campground, and is located farther up the river vs the actual lake. Bathrooms were very clean.
If ever in the area, we would absolutely stay here again. - bukhrn
Jul 2015 - $17.00
Had to get a first come first serve and they don't have any hookups.
Nice view over the lake. Nice little town.
I would stay here again. - twowoofs
May 2015 - $55.00
There are 3 or 4 other campgrounds in Cody...maybe a bit cheaper, but this one is the roomiest, and it's just out of town. A lot less busy and less noisy. It's not a beautiful campground, but more than adequate.
Besides, they have free pancakes each morning from 7-9 am. Everything else is extra.
We made the right choice staying here. It's close to most everything you want to see, and there's a lot to see in Cody. Think Buffalo Bill Cody.
A couple of extra dollars will get you one of the super sized pull throughs. - DJanis
Aug 2014 - $65.00
Hello. We paid a premium due to making a reservation at the last minute so all they had available was a large, gravel site with an extended concrete patio with patio furniture. The site was a pull-thru, level, and very roomy. It was directly across from the very nice enclosed dog play area. They did not escort us to our site but they were friendly at check-in. No shade trees to speak of. Great location just an hour outside of Yellowstone. Our memory is failing us as to whether the WiFi worked well but we're pretty sure it did. The showers and restrooms were clean. We did not use the laundry. They offered a free pancake breakfast in the morning which was nice. We recommend this KOA. - TeamMullins53
Aug 2014 - $65.00
Very Basic Park. Way overpriced! Listed Wi-Fi available but could not hook up! We had no sewer though there were empty sites with sewer hookups. Spot had gravel pad but was not completely covered. Refused normal Good Sam, and ALL other discounts. Never Again! - RumRunner
Jun 2010 - $28.00
Older park. Poor sewer hookups, gravel sites. Laundry but dryers had only one out of four working, and it had only low heat so the $1.50 to dry a load turned into $4.50. - fgalend
Jul 2013 - $45.00
I was leery in staying here after reading the previous reviews. The laundry room, restrooms, and showers were very clean, My congrats to the staff. A concession stand by the office had good eats at reasonable prices. Wi-Fi was great, but there are no cable or air TV channels. The RV park is nine sites in a line on the west side of the property. Tow vehicle parking can be difficult, but not impossible. The pet area are on the west and south sides and is limited. I walked across the highway to Road 6Cu, a gravel road that proceeded north for a mile and ends at a WY Anglers Access to the Shoshone River. Mentioned in a previous review was a structure that 'looms' over the RV park. The Smith Mansion didn't bother us at all. As far as all the banter about the owner, we used this as a base camp to Yellowstone. Out early, in late and never experienced any problems with the owner. One warning. The office is closed from 12 pm - 2pm. Show up in between and prepare to sit in the driveway and wait. - The Wandering Berries
Jun 2013 - $38.00
Campground is spotless! Laundry room was well maintained. The "meals on wheels" hot dog cart was a nice addition to being able to get a bite to eat without having to go into Cody. The only drawback was the lack of a "dog park/dog run". We opted to walk our dogs on the country roads across from the park. This worked out well for us. Also, getting reasonably priced diesel fuel at the gas station located nearby...was a "plus"! - Greg Wittsche
Aug 2012 - $35.00
This is a beautiful location for lodging but the management of the park is handled by owners that are strict and short with customers. I would not recommend this park for this reason. - jus4fun5
Jul 2015 - $35.00
We had a great time at this park. The sites were level and gravel. The staff was very nice and helped us when we had a mechanical problem with our motorhome. The atmosphere was quiet and the view was beautiful. - Texasrvers
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Cash or check only. Owner was friendly and helpful, the site mostly level gravel with grass buffer between sites. Neighboring site had three pipeline workers staying and one parked his noisy pickup almost at my front door, then came in late and left early in the AM. The major issue is power stanchion at site 18. My EMS constantly battled to maintain but lost the connection permanently the last night we were here to very high voltage, an open ground, and at the loss of our micro-wave unit. I had shown the owner the problem during the previous day and he replied that he has tried to get an electrician to come in for repairs but it has been months and he is still waiting. No effort was made to either put us in another site (CG was full every night) or try to repair the problem. Fortunately for us the only loss was the micro-wave with a huge white flash. I fully disconnected from shore power after the surge the last night and didn't try to reconnect before moving on. The CG is convenient to downtown Cody and great places to eat, museums and historical sites. When the electrical problem is repaired, the CG will rate higher and we would gladly return. - SilverBear
Jul 2015 - $33.00
This is a small RV and trailer park with mobile homes around the perimeter of the property and RV spaces in the center. The park was well cared for and clean and the guy who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. Our site was gravel but level so we didn't have to unhook as we were staying here on our way to the Black Hills. Our site was spacious and had plenty of room for our slides plus a small grassy area with a picnic table. We had full hookups and the water was so good we went ahead and filled our fresh water tank. The park is just off the highway on the west side of town so easy access to everything in Cody. We were amazed at how quiet the park was that evening - no road noise and other campers and residents must have gone to bed as early as we did... I was able to walk the dog outside of the park and up a hill in the back via a dirt road. - HnHTravels
Oct 2014 - $25.00
This is not a large or fancy RV park, but it was clean and the owners were very nice. It's on the west side of town and almost across the street from Walmart. We stayed there for 3 days and would stay there again. - Susie Salida
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This can be a nice RV park depending on which site they give you. We had reservations, but still got a site on asphalt with other rv's about two feet away from us. Our slide barely made it out. Thankfully I had two long water hoses and two sewer hoses or we would not have reached the hookups. There are some nice pull-through spots, but not sure who those go to? They also only except cash. We were next to the laundry room were everyone doing their laundry sat out side and smoked cigarettes. The most second hand smoke we have been around. - Colorado RV'ER
Aug 2015 - $43.00
We have been here numerous times in the past and have always been happy as long as we were put in the newer section where we could get satellite reception and have a pull-through site. The older section is tight, mostly back-ins, and heavily treed. I was tempted to try one of the other area parks but this park's staffer told us that we were assured of a satellite friendly site as long as we got there before 3 P.M. So we got there by 3 P.M. and were assigned a tight, back-in site in the older section. While I was able to get roof satellite reception, the site was not acceptable for several other reasons: 1) the sewer was directly behind the asphalt RV pad meaning I had to crawl under the rear end of the RV to hook up to the sewer 2) the electric and cable connections were also behind the asphalt pad but over 10' to the right (It was a shared post with our neighbor and within just a few feet of their RV); and 3) at first, we couldn't even find the water faucet - it was under our neighbor's picnic table and, at most, 2" off the ground (I again had to lay on the ground to hook up!). In addition to being misled over the phone about what kind of site we were getting, the site we got had some of the worst and hardest to connect hook ups I have ever (25+ years of RVing and maybe 1,000 parks) encountered. As I have said in previous reviews, you need to get a site in the newer section of this park if you want ease of site entry, satellite reception, etc. The bath and laundry facilities are OK. The cable is about 30 channels and, like most parks today, their 802.11 network was useless in the evening once everybody got online. I saw no sign of recycling or recreational amenities. My low rating is for their devious customer relations and the poor quality site I was assigned. - Jerry S
Aug 2015 - $49.00
Stayed for 5 nights and would stay here again. Plenty of nice grass between sites. A sidewalk on the door side of the RV. You can walk to the downtown area if you would like. Not far away. Sites where we were (premium pull through) , were plenty spacious. - pknr1001
Jul 2013 - $11.00
This park is a gem if you are looking for something close to Yellowstone (the address is Cody, WY, but the park is actually 3 miles from the east entrance), but there are no hookups. The park can accommodate large rigs, and there are some pull through sites, and a couple of sites right on the river. Our site was fairly level. The scenery is awesome. We would stay here again. - Haggbloom
Jul 2015 - $48.00
When I made my reservation I was quoted a lower price over the phone. They said that the sites and roads were gravel. I understood that, but when we got there it had rained and the site was calische red mud with some gravel in spots. It was impossible to park level because we were making deep ruts in mud. We had to move stones to build up an area under our wheels. After 2 days in the park, management decided to put keypad locks on the shower doors. They didn't notify anyone, and if you came back to the park after 10 pm you couldn't get into the bathrooms to shower. They had one unlocked bathroom with toilet and sink. We were in a water and electric site. The dump station is locked and the key is only available from the office for a refundable $5 charge. We couldn't use our tote because the rocks are 1 to 2 inch in diameter and the roads are rocky. We stayed 7 days here and we don't recommend it for anything but a 1 night stay. - osofine454
Jul 2015 - $52.00
This park is highly overrated. $52.00 a night with no sewer hook-ups and no cable. Sites were gravel but now is worn down to being as if you were parked on dirt. A worker drives around everyday with ground smoother, covering all rigs with dust, you must keep your door closed. They do not allow washing vehicles even tho they cover them with dust. They have a sewer dump but you must pay a $5.oo fee to use the key to it. We wish the Good Sam campground reference book had been more accurate, we would not have stayed here. - blackbeauty
Sep 2014 - $58.00
This was a little higher than I would have liked but it was a nice spot. They did have septic issues which were repaired just before we arrived. That should have cleared up the issue the one reviewer had. They let me take food back to the RV when I asked. I did not ask until just before they closed the breakfast. I did not have any issues but we were after the close of the major RV season there were only about 10 rigs in the park. - Gilbert & Gail