13 RV Parks near Cody, Wyoming
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Turns are a bit narrow, but doable. Sites are gravel and narrow for our 43' Class A motorhome. But, there is plenty of space between campers. Must park on your site which can be tight for a large rig and tow. Clean restrooms and reasonable priced laundry. Wifi steady. Watch out for lawn sprinklers which will spot your rig and tow. Lots to see and do in Cody. Museum is excellent and tic includes 2-day visits to see everything. Cute downtown shops. - 2SimsNanRV
Aug 2017 - $38.00
We have over the years stayed here about 25 nights! Owner and his staff are always helpful and polite. There is grass between the sites and is watered nightly so it is always good looking. I suggest reservations during peak travel times. - MandalayJim
Aug 2017 - $36.00
We usually stay at the park on the west side of town, but decided to save $10-15 by staying here. Although there appears to be a row a small back in sites on the east side of the park, the park map shows only the 80 or so pull through sites. They are all FHU with cable TV. The Wi-Fi was fine for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing ) needs. The bathhouse/laundry building was in the center of the park. These facilities were clean. I did not see anything recreational or any recycling in the park. There are 4 or 5 fast food places and an Albertsen's within walking distance but "downtown" is a bit of a walk. - Jerry S
Aug 2017 - $23.00
Was clean and in a beautiful view area. It had a dump station. Just be sure you understand the date you're supposed to leave. They will issue you a very expensive ticket. - Henry
Aug 2017 - $22.00
There doesn't seem to be any mention of the dry camping sites at either the North Shore or North Fork campgrounds on the website for the Buffalo Bill State Park. At the North Shore campground, there are three loops. Loop A has seven sites with water and electric that are reservable, and the cost is $22 per night for non-residents, with an additional $8 for online reservations. Sites 1 and 7 are back-ins, the remainder are pull-throughs and some are more level than others. Some sites will be more challenging for a big rig to level than others. Loops B and C in the North Shore campground are dry camping on a first come, first serve basis, and are $17 per night for non-residents. There are tent sites in Loops B and C also. Sites are nicely spaced in all loops. Most of the sites in Loops B and C are pull-throughs, but there are a couple of back-ins. The North Shore campground has many sites that are adjacent to the lake. Verizon data and cell worked well in both A and B loops of the North Shore campground. There are no trails, but there are plenty of areas to walk pets. There are pit toilets at North Shore, but no showers. It's about 10 miles to Cody from the North Shore campground and about 15 miles from the North Fork campground. At the North Fork campground, there is a loop that has reservable electric and water sites, a loop of dry camping, and a loop of first come, first serve electric and/or electric/water sites (some sites have electric only). The roads in both the North Shore and North Fork campgrounds are paved, as are the sites. There are showers at the North Fork campground. Both campgrounds are suitable for big rigs. There are picnic tables and a fire grate at each site at both campgrounds. - Guinness
Jul 2017 - $26.00
We stayed at the North Fork campground (not North Shore). The setting is really marvelous. The high buttes and cliffs along the Shoshone river, along with the lake shore are a beautiful combination even during the dry summer. Unfortunately, there are no swimming beaches. That was our sole disappointment. We are fishermen, but that activity is available. Some sites have electricity and water, others only electricity. We had the latter. That was fine. I filled my freshwater and later dumped my waste tanks on the way out. The folks that run the campground are very friendly. The spaces are wide open and the grass was reasonably green. Cody, WY is a 20 minute drive to the east. The electricity was stable and our neighbors were quiet. There are some trees around, but shade is at a premium. Considering the price, the beauty of the area, and the easy access to Cody, I would recommend this campground. - SeaTeacher
Aug 2017 - $46.00
This campground has a central location in Cody, convenient to everything. Check in was easy however credit cards are not accepted, only cash or checks. There is a large gift store with a few camping essentials plus Walmart and Albertsons are not far. Dog walking is fairly easy. There is no enclosed dog area. Tent camping is available. There are even several big tipi's to use. - Road_Runner
Aug 2017 - $49.00
This park has a great location, next to the city park, with great walkways and bike paths and a big lake. Not part of the campground but a real asset, and only 2 miles from downtown. The sites at the park, however, are very tight together. Sewer lines from the site next door are in your tiny area. There is lots of shade from mature trees and the management is very helpful. - Gerry9
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Nicely spaced sites, some shade, quiet campground, easy access to Center of the West, Chief Joseph Highway and Bear Tooth Highway. Rodeo was great. - Melissa Koppenhaver
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Small RV and trailer park with mobile homes around the perimeter and RV spaces in the center. The park was well maintained and staff was very friendly and helpful. Our site was spacious and had plenty of room for our slides plus a small grassy area with a picnic table. Full hookups with good water pressure. The park is off the main highway on the west side of town so easy access to everything in Cody. Wifi was weak and mostly unusable, AT&T only had 1 bar 4G service. If visiting the Cody area this is a reasonably priced RV park in a good location. - Ruffin It
May 2017 - $32.00
Nice young couple running the place. Wifi wasn't working, even for the owner, so he let us use his personal log-in. Mostly full-time residents. Nice grassy areas, but sites are pretty close. They will top off propane and not charge for a full tank and the price is reasonable. Pretty basic park, but we wouldn't hesitate to stay again. - CCandtheLADY
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
Aug 2017 - $15.00
This campground is for dry camping only and currently it is for hard-sided camping only because of grizzly bear activity. Beautiful location on the North Fork Shoshone River near the eastern entrance to Yellowstone. - cdela10
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
Aug 2017 - $45.00
The park is right off the highway, so there is some highway noise. As others have stated, the road is dirt and sites are dirt/gravel with gravel between each site, and fairly close together. The longer sites are pull-through. A nice plastic picnic table is provided, but if you use your grill, it must be set up on a different table so the picnic table does not melt.. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice laundry room with only 2 washers and dryers at $2.00 each. Get there early before the staff starts using for linens from the tipis. The fishing pond is small but does have a lot of fish. Grandson only had one bite in two days so I guess the fish just were not hungry. Overall, the park is nice but in our opinion pricey for what it offers. - Golfgirl
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Pull thru, very tight navigating thru park. FHU, gravel roads and site. Not enough room to park our truck. Only grass in the dog run. Wifi didn't work very well. Laundry room only had 2 washers and 2 dryers. Staff very helpful and nice. Very windy most days. - TN_VolsFan
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
Jul 2017 - $70.00
We had a 3 week stay - in a patio site. This was very nice for the long stay in the area. Our site was close to the road at the front of the CG but road noise was not too bad overall. Nice open sites and length was great. Staff was extremely friendly and always attentive to our needs. Campground was clean and neat at all times. WiFi worked well most of the time. Verizon was the only cell service based on our phones. - CelerraWizard
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
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