1 Park near Sundance, Wyoming
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This is a small cowboy town of 1,100 very nice, clean, and reassuring. The scenery is really captivating. This is part of the Black Hills Forest extending from South Dakota.
The park is carved into a hillside with a terraced design. The office is on the lower level, most of the pull-through sites are on the upper level. Very attractive tenting sites are located above and below. Once in place on the second tier, the view of the Wyoming hills is very cool.
The office is clean and neat, the store sells a wide variety of grocery, household, and rv supplies, as well as some interesting bric-a-brac, fun to look through.
The access roads are wide and easy to drive. The sites were wide, each with a picnic table. All sites and roads are gravel. The sites are level with well placed utilities, except...the sewer. For some reason the sewer hookup is in the rear of the site almost to the road edge. We didn't use it.
Wi-Fi was good once we got started. They have four hot-spots you have to find the one that works best for you. Cable is great, very clear with lots of channels. Even at a 2.00 extra charge, a good deal.
Grass and flowers in this area of Wyoming is a challenge, that ubiquitous red earth is everywhere. But with imagination and a lot of potting soil there are flowers and green lawns. There is also a small, fenced pool with pool-side furniture. All of the exterior settings are very well taken care of.
The bathrooms are clean and very bright. Bright as day, because there is a big skylight in the ceiling. Adding daylight to the existing fixtures seemed to make the room sparkle. Showers were also very clean, and hot.
The laundry looks new and is off the office so it is kept very clean and comfortable. The machines looked new.
This is a comfortable, safe, and secure stay. You'll relax and recoup your driving reserves. - Jack B
Sep 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here overnight, the site are gravel and a bit close to each other. We had a pull through, but needed to un-hook to fit our 36 foot fiver into the site. Wi-Fi was weak, good for overnight, but wound't want to stay much longer, friendly staff. Good cable, but they charge and extra $2.00. - Traveler II
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Water pressure was around 50 psi according to my regulator. Wi-fi was unusable. No fenced dog run. Lady at the office was very knowledgeable about the local area and scenic drives in the area. Cable is an extra $2 a night. Site was l0ng enough for my 41' fifthwheel and longbed truck. Camp is an easy drive to Devil's Tower. - TH travelers