Worst KOA park we ever stayed in. Rude, unhelpful staff. Way understaffed and most those don't speak good English. Few amenities and poor internet connectivity. "Teton Village" KOA?? Well it might be in the same ZIP code. Miles out of Teton Village!
Poorly designed campground with RV sites packed in so close you can hear your neighbours snore! The tent sites get more room. It's a pity as the rest of the campground is excellent - great pool & playground, excellent lounge and the staff were very friendly and helpful.
We had booked a full hookup site which turned out to be right on the entrance road in front of the office. A request for change was quickly handled and we were moved to a beautiful water & electricity site overlooking a field next to the Yellowstone River where we saw deer including fawns daily. Excellent campground away from the full hookup sites.
Beautiful treed park. Very quiet and clean. The owners were friendly & helpful and make some of the finest fruit pies! Sinful! Our 10 yr old twin daughters spent hours grooming and petting the owner's two ponies. They want to go back!
Beautiful park-like surroundings with sites between huge Ponderosa Pines. Definitely one of the shadiest and most private sites we saw in the Black Hills. Wireless Internet does not reach through the park but the air-conditioned "Internet Hook-Up Room" with DSL and free coffee more than makes up for this. Very clean rest-rooms and the air-hockey in the game room was a blast!
We had booked for the Red Cloud site but it is stark and barren - think Walmart parking lot with grass. The park staff happily accommodated our request for a move to the Soldier Creek site - beautifully tree covered with a creek running through. We took the jeep ride to the top of the buttes - excellent views.
Beautiful peaceful ranch. Stunning views of the Wildcat Hills and Chimney Rock. The jeep tour of the ranch is a must-do activity. Conrad & Louise were great hosts and extremely hospitable. We wish we had planned to stay longer.