This campground actually has 2 locations. There is one closer to Cody and another about 4 miles further away. We stayed in the one further from Cody. We stayed in an area that is near a small river with more trees. This was a bad idea for July. There were mosquitoes everywhere. Other than that, it was a very nice place and the price was right. We have a generator so we did not need to plug in. The next morning we were headed toward Cody and we passed the other campground (the same name) and there were quite a few motor homes and 5th wheels there. They seemed to know that this was the better spot. It has a better view but it is slightly more crowded because it is a little nicer. Overall, a great campground and the right price!
This was one of the nicest RV parks we stayed at on our 2 week trip. Very neat and clean and the people running the place were very friendly and helpful. We did not stay long (1 night) but it is always nice to stay in a campground that you really feel comfortable in. I saw another post that really flamed this spot and I can't believe they are talking about the same campground. This place is great and the price is right!
The best word to describe this campground is overpriced. This was the most we paid on our 2 week trip and it was one of the poorer campgrounds. We like swimming pools and will pay extra for one but the pool and hot tub heaters were broken and the water was too cold to get in. We had Internet problems as did other posters to this site. We could connect for a while and then it went dead. The only thing this place has going for it is it's proximity to the national parks. Way overpriced!