Fairly primitive park. Not only do they not have water and electricity, they don't even have showers. The few facilities they did have were standard national park stuff. The sites are small, not very attractive and uneven. You can see the mountains however, and the St. Mary visitor center is a short 15 minute hike away, from where you can jump on the free Going To The Sun shuttle bus. Location is the only selling point for this park.
Great amenities, but most sites are nothing special. Some sites were nice, especially the deluxe sites, but the standard pull throughs were packed in very tightly and not very nice. The park was so huge and crowded we thought it looked more like a NASCAR event than a campground. There are several restaurants and shops on the grounds, as well as ATV and auto rentals. And then there is the mini golf, swimming pool, water slide, etc. that should keep any pre-teen happy. If amenities are important to you, then this is your camp.
Very nice and clean small park. The staff were extremely friendly, helpful and visible. I saw them out and about the campground almost all the time. We had never stayed at a KOA before and were pleasantly surprised by how nice this one was. It encouraged us to try KOA the rest of the trip. The pull through sites are somewhat narrow; they alternate direction so as to share picnic table sites. This means you see a good deal of your neighbors. The park is located outside of town with a great view of the surrounding farm land.
Very clean and well managed park. The staff very friendly and helpful. Sites themselves pretty standard stuff. Not much in the way of scenery, but good location; close to the west entrance to Yellowstone and approximately 15+ minute walk to the main part of the town.
This park is very wooded and the sites crowded together, so there is not much of a view from the sites themselves. However, you can't beat the location, which is between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. There is also a small store and restaurant, which we didn't try.
Don't let the long term RV sites at the front scare you off. The nightly sites located at the other end of this park are much nicer. The park sits on a bluff with a great view of the town below. The staff was very friendly and the park exceptionally clean. There is a Pizza Hut just across the street, which we didn't try.
The park was very clean and well managed. The staff courteous and helpful. Most sites are narrow and packed tightly together, making access difficult to some sites. However, the cleanliness and location of this park make it a great choice for the area. It is located within 15 minutes walking distance to the Garden of the Gods Trading Post, and south entrance to the Garden of the Gods park. Pike's Peak is also just 10 minutes away by car/RV.
Very scenic state park in the Palo Duro canyon. We stayed in the first RV camp area you come to on the road down into the canyon, Sagebrush. This area is also within walking distance of the "Texas"' play. The road in to the park seemed very narrow and winding to us first timers, so we did not go all the way to the bottom of the canyon, but will if we ever get back with a car. The few scenic turnouts we came to were also very small for a motor home.