This makes a great overnight stop. Honestly, the park is not the reason for staying here - spending way too much money in the store. We have stayed here in the past and will stay again. The sites are all quite level and reasonably spaced apart. Gravel roads and sites with very lush grass. Pet friendly including horses since there is a corral handy. Cable TV is included in the rate, but great sky views for satellite while having some shade. The pull-throughs are long enough that we had room; at an overall length of 62 feet we did not need to unhook our trailer. One note, make sure you get a confirmation number of your reservation. We made our reservation in February, but there was no record of it when we arrived. Luckily, the office was open and we got a site. In talking with the store manager on duty that evening, I found out that some changes in personnel had occurred this year and that was likely the reason for the missing reservation. We will stay here again.
I have been coming to this park for 10 years now. This is our favorite campground on the east coast. It is getting harder and harder to book a site here because of the popularity of the State Park, but a stay here is well worth the effort. It is not luxurious, but the natural amenities cannot be beaten. The roads are tight to extremely tight, so be careful about what site you pick and do not be afraid to have someone spot you through the tight places. Others have left scars on the trees!
We stayed her for an overnight on a trip to Wyoming. Have stayed here in the past and this is a standard overnight stop for us. Park is clean, easy to get in and out of, and makes for a great overnight stay. There is a little road noise from I-70, but after a long day on the road it is not noticeable. Overall a decent spot to stay.
The campground location cannot be beat if you are looking for a place close to town to visit Cody and the surrounding area. Sites are a little tightly spaced, but reasonable for the location and similar to the other commercial parks in town. We were in a pull through in the section closest to the Buffalo Bill Center. This appears to be a newer section and is gravel. Overall a nice spot. However, there are a couple of issues that we had that need to be mentioned. First, as others have stated, WiFi is pretty poor from the spots away from the office/store. This was an issue for me as I had to run payroll for my company back home. If fast WiFi is important to you, be aware that it is a bit slow. The second item is more important. Voltages for the shore power were very high while I was there. Our meter never read below 128V and our surge guard cuts us off at 130V to protect the coach. We had numerous over voltage power cuts during our week and finally reverted to using shore power during the day, and running off of batteries at night. Park management was informed of the issue and their response was that they purposely had the voltage up so folks can run AC units and they refused my request to dial back the voltage a bit. I cannot prove a relationship, but we had several electrical / electronics failures while we were at the park, including our DirecTV DVR. Be warned that voltages may be an issue if you stay here and come prepared. This is the reason for my low rating.