This "campground" is someone's private residence.. so the owners and their children are constantly outside fixing things up. There was a great pirate ship/play-fort, but it was filled with bees when we were there. They were trying to put in new grass and fix the showers (the men's showers had no roof?) and they seemed to be "pay" showers, although the end one worked without coins. There was a small playground and in the very back, a pretty stream ran along the tent campsites. Internet service worked great. There was a small arcade with a few video games.
The staff seemed very friendly when we checked in, and the escort that showed us to our site in the dark helped my husband hook up, which was nice. Their brochure showed a "community campfire" area, but nothing was happening when we were there. We saw parts of a new miniature golf course leaning up against a barn - but it is not installed yet.
We arrived at 6:30pm and the office was already closed, so we had to check in and just leave a check in the slot on the door. I wanted to use the internet and there were no instructions left after closing, but I left a voicemail at the 1-800 number and a man called me back quickly and left the password and login information. We met several permanent residents at the pool, and they seemed very friendly. There is not a LOT of room in between spaces - each space has a little fence on each side of it to separate them, and most of the spaces have a concrete pad and picnic table on it. The restrooms and showers were very clean and well lighted. There was an indoor pool (with a lot of chlorine), a hot tub and a game room. There is a BIG gift shop in front of the campground with a lot of collectibles and gift items. We enjoyed our stay very much.
We really enjoyed our three night stay at this park. It wasn't very crowded during the weekdays we stayed. We had plenty of space around our RV. The pool was nice and clean and we saw that they had a ropes course, although it didn't seem to be open while we were there. There was plenty of room for bike riding (and even a bike path), and there were several playgrounds for children. The only downsides were that there was no internet access at the site - they have a library/office room near the front office for computer usage, and the showers were clean, but seemed dark and a little spooky! They charged us $45 per night with an addition $2 each for our small children. We enjoyed our stay and would return.
We camped here without reservations and were put in a space in front of the office, very near the main road. Noise was not really a problem, though. We took a ride through the rear of the park and did see a lot of permanent trailers - some in poor condition. We saw a pool, but did not use it. There was a small park for children next door within walking distance. Internet access was available but we had to sit on a picnic table outside the office to access it.
We ended up in this campground after a long day of driving through Yellowstone, and came in without reservations. The man at the office said the credit card machine was down and had to take my credit card back to his house to process it. (That was a little uncomfortable!) The park was crowded and we were placed at the very end of a row, and had no internet access available in the RV park. We had to walk to the lobby of the Virginian Hotel in front of the park to use the computer. The park had a lot of potholes, and needed new gravel. Since we stayed at the very rear of the park, the traffic/truck noise on the side street behind the park was loud and woke us up several times. The showers were very clean though.
We had a wonderful experience here. The owners were friendly and helpful. They have a little miniature golf course to play for $2 per person. The whole campground was very clean and well kept. The showers and bathrooms were very clean. The only downside was that showers were 25 cents for 5 minutes, so bring quarters! The sites were large, and it was not very crowded, so there was plenty of room and felt very spacious.