13 RV Parks near Cody, Wyoming
Jul 2017 - $36.00
Very tight park. They do have grass between spaces in our they were watering too much and lots of mushrooms so if you have a pet beware. Utilities worked well. Wi-fi was intermittent and slow when it worked. No cable service and over air reception is spotty though satellite is good for most spaces. Park is constantly full this time of year, with lots of daily turnover. Some highway road noise but it quiets down at night. Sewer is a slip coupling and you have to hunt for a rock to hold the connection tight. - sheltieRV
Jul 2017 - $36.00
Pleasant small park with wide, paved interior roads, gravel pads, lush grassy sites and picnic tables. This busy little no-frills park is right next to the highway but relatively quiet. No store, but they do sell ice. Not within walking distance to local shops or attractions, but a short 5 minute drive away. Easy to negotiate and level; most sites are pull-thru and require RVs to disconnect tow vehicles and park cross the end of the site. Short back-in sites on one end. No off-leash dog facility but leashed dogs welcomed. Clean bathrooms, showers and laundry; bathrooms have just shower curtains for doors. Four OTA TV channels; Verizon had mediocre reception. WiFI was surprisingly good and free. After comparing to other parks in the area during our 3 night stay, we agree we would prefer to stay here again. - Runner in the Night
Jun 2017 - $36.00
Great little place to stay very close to downtown Cody, WY. We don't need a swimming pool, playground, or other facilities: we liked the excellent access, pretty quiet nights, level site, great laundry facility, proximity to town. Smoking WiFi which is great for planning excursions in the area. No fire rings which is great: we don't have to put up with green wood or trash thrown on fires. We'll come back here. - Old Geezer
Oct 2016 - $22.00
Stayed in A loop with water and electric. Site #5 was very sloped but we managed. The view, the quiet and the evening sky made up for any inconveniences. - mineralslee
Sep 2016 - $17.00
This review is for the North Fork part of Buffalo Bill State Park. Great little park in the outside of Cody to stay at before Yellowstone visit. Only 8 electric sites, the rest have no services. Beautiful mountains on both sides. Verizon worked well. Good satellite service. North Fork does have showers and I believe North Shore doesn't. Great for an overnight or two. - smitty12
Sep 2016 - $28.00
We stayed here as a vacation spot between Cody and Yellowstone, and as far as the park it was great. Basically we had reservations, and arrived, found our site late at night and set up. Never saw anyone for 2 days, found our name on a check in sheet taped to the booth later lol. Park was very clean, beautiful setting. We stayed at the North Fork side, highly recommend. - Ruckmanite
Jul 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here for 5 days. Over all this park was good, close parked. Park is 30 years old and only accepts cash and checks. Lots offer some shade. Site surface is gravel, dirt and features a picnic table. - yepuhuh
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Sites are a little close but OK. There is grass with a picnic table. No credit cards accepted. Cash only. - Stan1
Jun 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here a week to re-stock supplies and catch up on chores after 2 weeks visiting Grand Teton and Yellowstone. There's quite a variety of sites: from gravel or concrete back-ins with trees, to parking-lot style sites (yellow lines painted on asphalt) for some smaller RVs, to long gravel pull-throughs in a different section with no trees. Our back-in site right along the highway was level, and while we had a small grassy lawn between us and our neighbor, the sites were pretty close together. The highway noise was worse than we expected. Lots of loud trucks, loud cars, and loud motorcycles going by all day long.
The campground WiFi worked surprisingly well, which was good since even with our booster AT&T was unusably slow all day and Verizon had only two bars and was very slow in the evenings. There's a steep road down to the tent area near the river and we walked with our dog there a couple times, but otherwise didn't find anyplace good nearby for longer walks. We found the Cody dog park a couple miles away which had a large fenced park with lake access so we ended up going there on several evenings (local folks show up around 5:30pm). This is a good place for a night or two on the way in or out of Yellowstone and we'd certainly stay here again for that purpose, but probably wouldn't stay a week next time. - LifeRebooted
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stayed a total of four nights at this park in a 39 foot fifth wheel. The campground is small. There are a number of permanent mobile homes around the perimeter of the property that, if I am honest, stop this from rating higher. Having said that, we visited other campgrounds in the area and would choose this one again. The others lacked character and had a storage facility feel about them.
The location is excellent with a Walmart almost directly opposite and a great restaurant next door (Cassie's). The owner was very friendly and is obviously proud of his business. Facilities were clean. Washer and drier a bit on the pricey side.
The site was a pull through and was level. Decent space between sites.
Convenient to YNP.
I will return if I am in the area again. - Bill and Jen
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Arrived without reservations, staff was friendly and helpful. Lots of RV's in town and all campgrounds were full. Met our needs for an overnight stop after leaving Yellowstone NP. Would stay again if passing through the area. Not a destination campground. Good water pressure, open for satellite reception, did not try OTA. , and no cable. - dfc
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 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
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Sites are gravel and rock with a picnic table. Electrical and water hookups were at the extreme front of site requiring the use of 30a or 50a extension cord if your power connection on RV is near the back. The sewer connection was also closer to the front requiring some long sewer hoses for some units. Laundry only had two washers and two dryers. Trout pond is small. I was not able to find a safe access down the steep hill to the river. There is a nice large fenced dog exercise area. - campingdog
Jun 2017 - $42.00
This is just an OK park. Definitely not an 8 and not worth the price. It is just an open lot with gravel and rocks. Staff is friendly and very helpful. No shade and interior roads are hard to navigate. When pulling out of our space had to back-up to make the turn to get out of the park. There are only 2 washing machines which are used by both the guests and staff meaning that they are always in use. Water pressure is set to low at 45lbs. I used my internal tanks in order to take a shower. WiFi required constantly logging in and was slow. We would stay again only if there was not a better alternative. - newbies2016
Jun 2017 - $45.00
This park is very new. Trees have been planted but it will be some time before there is any shade. However that is the only thing that keeps this park from being a "10". Services work well, views are great. Love that they have the trout pond. They provide fishing gear and bait for free. Only $5 per fish if you want to keep it and they will clean it. That is cheaper than the grocery store and a lot fresher. - 70 Nole
Jun 2017 - $90.00
Opted for Luxury site, well laid out campground with all utilites located in the right area, cement pad, fire ring, and a nice patio area. Staff was young and friendly.
Signed up for the Cody Rodeo that night, well worth the $$$. The grand children really enjoyed it. Made our way to Yellowstone well worth the adventure. - ANDYO1
Jun 2017 - $75.00
Very disappointing KOA. We were assigned spot #68 with our 39 foot travel trailer and 1-ton four door truck. the sites are so narrow, getting in was the worst experience I have had in any RV park for a pull through. The incoming roads are very tight and narrow as well, so it took about an hour just to get in! Site is not that level, and we are so close to other rigs our slide outs almost touch!!! Not much room left for parking the truck either. Cody is a great town, buy stay somewhere else if you have a large rig!!! - Tom Oregon
May 2017 - $50.00
Sites are close together. Arrived late, but our registration info was on the Late Arrival board. Found site fairly easily. The section we were in was pull-thru sites with the rv's front doors facing each other. Our neighbor had his sewer hook-up in our site, which was convenient for him. I offered to move to another site but the staff resolved the problem quickly. Was surprised after unhooking the trailer from the truck, the trailer was level! The site was at a slight angle, and lucky for me the front of the trailer needed to be raised! - mortuaryguy
Jun 2017 - $10.00
We camped here as a home base for Yellowstone. Worked out real well. There isn't much to offer at this campground except for that. It does have electric hookups which is great and it has water available to fill holding tanks but not hookups. The nearest dump station is in the state park back toward Cody. They charge $6.00 to dump there. The toilets are pit toilets but they were kept very clean. I didn't use them but others in our party did. The Shoshone river runs right behind the campground and it was near flood stage when we were there due to the excessive heat causing the snow melt in the mountains. - Deborahoklahoma
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
Aug 2016 - $49.00
Great view of mountains & right off road to east entrance to Yellowstone. This has to be one of the most beautiful spots in the country IMO. - Robert9999
Aug 2016 - $45.00
The web site is deceptive. This is just a gravel parking lot next to the highway. Staff are rude and unhelpful. - wjzcbn
Aug 2016 - $49.00
The site was mostly level and had easy back-in access.
The bathrooms/showers looked very new and were quite clean. Only lacked places to hang or store one's toothbrush and clothes.
The owner lacked usual social skills, but was fair.
A good place for a one-nighter. Oh, no discounts in August. No late arrivals. - Brewco