This is a very secluded KOA just 1 mile west of Deadwood. It had pool, hot tub, cable, wireless, picnic table, but no wood burning fires were allowed. The office staff was very friendly and they had a well stocked store for such a small campground. My biggest complaint was the narrowness of the campsites. We have slideouts, and it was difficult to find enough space to let them out, and we had an end-row site! The campground is also unusual in that it is terraced up a hill, so walking up and down to the office/pool/bathrooms is a bit of a chore. Overall a nice, affordable KOA, but I would probably not stay there again due to the narrow sites. We stayed one night and paid $37.98.
This is a very nice, shaded, quiet campground. We had a pull-in site with a lot of trees and grass. Internet service is great. Pool and hot tub, but the pool was a bit chilly. Easy access to I-90. Good cable TV for the kids. A little buggy because the campground is next to a pasture, but overall a great night here. We stayed here one night, and paid $40. I would stay here again.
This was our favorite Xanterra managed campground in Yellowstone (we stayed in three). The sites are all wooded and private, with a lot of space to spread out. No hookups here, but Verizon phone service was available at some sites (not ours) and at the check-in/laundry building. There are not many sites for larger units (ours is a 31 foot motorhome), so you may need to call ahead. Our site was pull through, most were back-in. I have to give Xanterra a 10 plus rating for helping us change our reservations from Fishing Bridge to two other parks for our stay. They were exceedingly helpful. This campground is steps away from the Yellowstone Canyon area, and steps away from the visitor's center and Canyon area supply stores.
We loved this campground! Although there are no hookups, it is a beautiful campground near Lake Yellowstone, and near a marina. The campsites on loops G and H are the most heavily wooded and private. The campsites are pretty level considering the whole area is on a hill. No Verizon phone service or air card service at this campground. We would have stayed longer, but wanted to move on to the northern areas of Yellowstone.
This RV park is hard to rate, because it depends on what you want in Yellowstone. We were unhappy with how closely spaced the sites were, but the office was extremely helpful in re-booking us to another campground in the park, and they gave us a refund for the unused nights. You need a water regulator and secure sewer fittings on both ends to use water and sewer, neither of which we had (they sell them). So we just used our tank water and their dump station. They have a large laundry facility, and pay showers, but all showers were out of service the night we were there. This RV park was OK for one night, but we moved on because we wanted a roomier site with a fire pit and picnic table. Read all the reviews to see if this is the right spot for you, and realize this is the only park within Yellowstone with hookups. We camped for one night.
Nice KOA on highway into Cody from the east. Road noise not too bad, our site was near the highway. Most site are not shaded. They have a lot of things for kids to do, good playground and nice pool and hot tub. Our fire pit however was unusable, tilted at a 45 degree angle and filled with dirt and large rocks. We stayed here 1 night and paid $54.15 with a $10 off promotional coupon. The park was not full. Again, I think KOAs are so much more expensive than other campgrounds, it's only worth the price if you're going to use all the amenities. We camped here with w/e/s.
This is an excellent campground for a short stay: we stayed one night. It was not crowded, and they spaced us far apart so we had a lot of room. They have a very small pool, and no fire ring. I used the laundry facitilies here: they had 6 machines and all was very clean. The park is right next to the train tracks, but I only heard 1 train. We walked to Wall Drug in less than 5 minutes. This is a very nice park to spend a night after a visit to the Badlands. We paid $31.20 including tax and cable TV. We used Verizon aircard for our internet service. I would stay here again.
This was our first "large" park camping experience. We stayed in the central part next to one of the main roads and the vehicle traffic was constant. They call their campground a resort, probably to justify the high price. They do have a lot of things for kids: water slide, pool, mini golf, jump pillow..., and they have a great pancake breakfast in the morning. But the price is too high. We paid $57.63 for water and electric hookups, no sewer. Sewer hookups are an additional $10. The pull through lots are fairly narrow. We had to put out our campfire before we could extend the pullout on that side! On the plus side, the campground is isolated and only 5 miles west of Mt. Rushmore. There is no cable TV. Although a very nice campground, would not stay here again because of the price.
This is a great small RV park. There were a few tents, but mainly RVs. Our rate was 29.30 with the Good Sam discount. We didn't have a TV cable with us, so the gentleman in the office made a special trip to the store to get one for us! We used this cable at no charge and returned it in the morning. Very clean showers/bathrooms. Near a train track, but never heard a train go by. The pool is heated, and is shared with Motel 8 guests. Picnic table, but no fire ring. Pull through site was fairly roomy. We used Verizon air card for wireless connection. Call ahead, the park filled up the night we were there, and they were turning campers away. Would definitely stay again.