We have stayed here many times in the past and will stay here again, but as the years have passed I find that the park is starting to get a run down look. The grounds are nowhere near as nice as the first time we were here 8 years ago. The price for a site has not gone up a great deal but you get less for your money now. It is like an ala carte menu- $5/day for pets, $5/day for Wi-Fi (I have never found TengoInternet that great), and pay showers. The pool, hot tub, and laundry facilities are all nice. It was kind of early to swim in the lake although the dog didn't mind. The new section has no shade or divides between sites and maintenance should pull the weeds before they go to seed and make it worse. All in all, we do like the park as a whole but the maintenance has gone down. It is also an excellent base to do your wine tours and stock up on the local area wines.
A little farther out of Spokane than I would have liked, but the welcome was great. Small park, but very accessible, even for larger rigs. Excellent pet area. Bathrooms looked clean, but we did not use them. Hookups well located. I would stay here again.
Beautiful setting, the park has been cleaned up and much improved since it's days as a KOA. Sites are large, level and easily accessible. Huge area where dogs can be off leash. I certainly didn't expect to see a park as nice as this in such an out of the way place as St. Regis. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. You can get books from the huge library in the office, also rent DVD's. I certainly would stay here again and would recommend this park to anybody passing through, either as a single night or extended period stay.
Even with the parks proximity to the freeway, it was still not any more noisy than a lot of other sites. Family that runs the park was very accommodating. Sites were a good size, level with grassed areas in between and well maintained. Laundry facilities were reasonable and functioned well. Can't comment on washrooms, since we didn't use them. There was a good fenced area to exercise the dog, would have been much better if other all users would have been courteous enough to pick up after their animals, but there are always those that don't. I would stay here again and would not be afraid to recommend the park to others.
As already mentioned, the office is a mess and stinks of cat urine. I couldn't get out of there fast enough, due to allergies from cats. Once outside things improved, grounds were clean with lots of room to walk dogs. We did not use the bathrooms so I cannot report on them. The site we chose had plenty of room and was level enough to remained hooked up to our RV for our one night stay. Price was a little high for what was offered. We would stay again if I had to but my wife would have to register; she is the cat person.
Very welcoming site after a long drive. Host was very friendly, site as a whole was very clean with covered tables at each site. Bathrooms were exceptionally clean, although a little old style, nicely decorated with the owner's nic-nacs. Very quiet setting. I would recommend this site.
Well laid-out park. It is all gravel, sites are level, bathrooms large and clean. Host was very pleasant. Good site for touring Sturgis, Deadwood, and surrounding area. I would camp here again as long as it was not during the Bike Rally week.
The setting was very nice, campsites separated nicely as in most state parks. It was an excellent site to tour the park and surrounding areas from. One drawback is the fact that sites do not have individual sewer, not even a dump station in the park. I would have had to travel to the east side of the park or go into Custer to dump. The reservation system for Wyoming State Parks was not very good, I was assigned a site that barely fit my trailer and I had to block one side up 6" to get the trailer level. There is no reason for a site being out of level by 6" over an 8' span. Next time, if there is a next time, I would check out the sites before phoning for a reservation, and then I would have been able to tell which site I wanted. The only reason I stayed at Stockade North was when I searched the sites on the internet, it appeared to be the only one that could handle trailers the size of mine. After driving through the park, most of the other campsites in the park would have had more suitable spots for my trailer.
Site was very clean and well kept grounds. Host was very helpful with his 5 minute speel about Cody and surrounding area. Washrooms were very clean, same for laundry room. Small fenced area for pets looked like an afterthought, could have been a little larger. I would certainly recommend this park to other people.
Parking at sites are kind of small for bigger units, one way roads in campsite means half the sites on each loop are set up so you open your door onto the road rather than into the site itself. I didn't like the idea that I would have to let our dog out on the road side of the RV. And to use the picnic table and fire pit, everything had to be hauled around the RV to the opposite side. I ignored the direction signs and entered the loop the wrong way so I could park with the door facing into the site. Registration was a bit of a farce, we were camped with another couple who was told they could only stay in their site and then would have to move to a different site, which they did. But their original site was never filled for the remaining nights that they stayed in the campsite. I guess their computer system must be as antiquated as their site setup.
Very accommodating on arrival. We arrived after hours but were still escorted to site. Restrooms and showers are a little old but cleanliness makes up for overall appearance. Gravel sites were the only downfall. It is the type of gravel that never compacts but moves and ruts every time a vehicle passes through the sites resulting in sites that are not very level. This was the only downfall but was quickly remedied with a couple of 2x12 blocks to level the RV. We would stay here again.
Very clean and well maintained park, level concrete pads with lots of room to park your vehicle or vehicles if you have company. No additional charges for visitors. Adjacent to the Aviation Museum. The only downfall was the noise from the Airport across the road. There must have been a helicopter flying school, because one helicopter just kept buzzing around all day. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this park.
Very disappointed in the park. I will admit that 70% of the park is very nice, grassy areas between campsites and decent sized sites but if you are unlucky enough to be put in what looks like an overflow area which backs onto the Lion's Park, don't bother staying. The sites were so small that, with my slide inches away from the power pole, I was unable to put out my awning without touching the coach next to mine. The site pad was 3/4" crushed rock, not exactly the nicest thing to be tracking in and out of the trailer. Views of the river were minimal. We travel with a dog, and the area for animals isn't very welcoming. It is recommended that you take your animals outside the park to the adjacent Lion's Park where there is a lot of river fishing with lots of leftover fishing line for dogs to ingest or chew, even the sites in the overflow area we were parked in were covered with pieces of fish line that our dog loved chewing on. We cut our stay short, luckily, prior to realizing how bad the area was that we were to set up in. I had stayed in this park previously and enjoyed the site we had been assigned but having gone through the last two days in this overflow area, I would not return to this park again. I am writing this review as I sit in a beautiful park in McMinville, OR which costs 3/4 as much with better facilities.