What a difference 2 years makes. In April 2012 I gave this place a 9...today a 6. As with many campgrounds, the prices vary depending on the type of site you choose. Rather than pay $64 for the "expensive" RV site, I chose the "cheapest" RV site (still full hook-up) at $54. Since becoming a KOA in 2012, the prices have increased drastically. In 2012 I stayed in the "expensive" site. In 2012, the $64 site only cost $38...That's a 68% increase in 2 years. At $38 a night one can overlook the fact that there's no cable TV, spotty WiFi coverage, and minimal bathroom facilities...but now they charge $64 for those privileges. A deluxe patio site at the Yellowstone/West Entrance KOA costs less. Don't get me wrong, this is still a spectacularly beautiful, clean, and quiet campground, but I'm going camping not to the Hilton.
I would have given it a 10, but there's no cable TV at this campground. I haven't found any campground store either. Not a big deal for me, but might be for others. Sites are very level & spacious. Quiet and very clean. Beautiful country scenery. Rural setting, miles from the interstate, so no interstate noise. Good internet signal and good speed. I will make sure to stay here the next time I'm in the area.
The road into the campground is a little interesting, but not really a problem. Just be careful crossing the narrow bridge. Some sights are a little short & not very level, others are plenty long & level. Some site have low hanging branches that could be a problem for very high units. Plenty of cable TV channels (including HD stations). Internet strength is good & the speed is also good. Just a slight bit of noise from I-40, but nothing too loud. I would stay here again if in the area.
This campground is very hilly and the roads are very tight with plenty of trees to avoid. Depending on the site you're assigned, getting in and out can be a challenge. Despite the hills, the actual sites are pretty level & roomy. It's just getting to them that's a little tricky. Close to I-81 but far enough that there isn't any noise. Standard cable TV (no HD stations). The Internet signal strength is good, but speed is slow to extremely slow. I would have rated it higher if it weren't for the tight roads. I would definitely stay here again.
The campground is adjacent to I-95 so there was some road noise, but not too drastic. It helps muffle the noises from the other campers. Level sites, easy pull-throughs, no problem maneuvering the campground roads with a 30' travel trailer & pickup. Standard cable channels (no HD stations). The Internet signal was good and speed was decent. Good campground for a night or two layover. I would stay here again.