Not a great destination park, but a good place to stay while visiting the area. There were few campers when we were there so we had plenty of room. If there was an event and all available sites were filled, it looks like it could get pretty tight. The Farmer's Market next door was nice and a fun place to visit. The Corn Maze across the street played loud music Friday and Saturday evenings, but that would be a Fall thing. The lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
We stayed late in the season so the only part open was a parking lot with hookups along the edge. We couldn't use the water as it was too cold and it froze. The sewer connection was behind a guard rail and too far away to reach. Not much of a campground, but an okay place to stay while visiting the area.
As noted by others, sites are a little narrow, but each has an area of green grass. Park is a little older so sites are a little short for today's big rigs, but everyone we saw seemed to find a way to fit in. This is a great park to stay in while visiting Cody. We didn't need a campground with lots of amenities, just a place to park while visiting the museum and this was exactly what we needed. We did use their laundry and found it very nice. The park seems clean and well maintained. We would stay here again.
Nice campsite in the wooded hills with beautiful views. Very well maintained, and the staff we dealt with was pleasant and helpful. Not the cheapest, but we felt it was worth it. We would stay here again.
We found this to be a very clean and well maintained park. The owner was very pleasant and helpful. Has a very well stocked campground store. The laundry room has new machines and is clean and well furnished. We will stay here again when passing through this area.