Very tight spaces. My neighbor's awning was within 6 inches of my slide out, and they were in a Scamp. The so-called pull through spaces are street side and leave the vehicle being towed out in the parking area, in the way of other RVs coming in. If you're towing a 5th wheel or TT, you must unhook once you get the RV in place. All of the sites are not 50 amp, though they will tell you they are. Right in Ranchester, taking up 3 blocks on route 14. Convenient to I-90. The hookups and the next site's picnic table are right next to each other. Would you want to dine next to your neighbor's sewer hookup? We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a small park with very tight spots. When parked with another motorhome next to us, we were within touching distance of each other. Would not stay here again. The train noise was loud and often. You have to pay extra to use the showers and restrooms. The spots were not long enough for big rigs. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $28.00
Nice older park. Has some permanent residents but not trashy. Has cable, but it will cost you $1.75. Wi-Fi was strong. Each site has paved pads to pull onto, and each site has a picnic table. Small patch of grass between each site, plenty of room for the slide to go out. Check in was easy, and the lady was very friendly and helpful. Don't know if they had a shower or laundry, did not look into it. Would stay here again. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
Restrooms and showers were clean but only one for each sex. Site was level but you had to put your tires on the concrete strips. Because of this we used use boards. Site access was adequate and park roads were okay. Internet was good. Marginal TV from Sheridan so we used their cable and had to pay extra. Quiet park. We had made reservations but found no one to greet us until later. There is a board in the screen porch where sites are posted. Park was not busy because school had started. Wind was bad so we didn't get to the Custer Battlefield, so we took a couple of days off. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $30.00
We were looking for a campground on a return trip from Texas to Montana in late Nov. At that time of year there are very few open, this one was so kudos to them for that. Not only were they open but they stayed open late to accommodate our late check in. Very friendly staff and since we slept with the windows closed, train noise was not an issue. Also there is plenty of room within the park to walk your dog. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
The only good thing that can be said is that there is an ice cream shop 2 minutes from this campground. There was nobody there to greet us when we arrived, they had no record of my reservation once someone showed up and I never got the receipt I was promised. The bathrooms were clean however, they were bathrooms for 1 only. This campground is a parking lot in the middle of town that someone bought and divided up to park RV's. There is no space between RV's and a train goes by blowing it's whistle every hour or so. There is no where to walk your dog except down the residential streets where there are dogs barking and growling at you the whole way. We spent all our time in the trailer and prayed for the day to be over. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2008 - $25.00
We were very disappointed with this park. The website does not reflect the reality. The park is located on the main street of the small town of Ranchester and has parking lot ambiance. We were exhausted from travelling but were kept awake all night by a constant never ending stream of freight trains, whistles blowing, passing close by. On the plus side, the owner was charming and personable and very helpful. We would not recommend this park if you are looking for rest, and although there were many full timers there, we cannot imagine a long term stay would be any more restful. We would not camp here again. We camped at Lazy R Campground in a Travel Trailer.