Note that the park office closes at 4:00-4:30 PM. Sites were level and the road in is a little hilly and gravel. Go slow! It would be a nice park to just relax and kick back for a few days or if you are in the area for rafting or for sightseeing. Abundant wildlife. No cable and weren't really able to get anything with antenna either. No WiFi. No discounts but the price was reasonable.
This is mostly a seasonal park. They do have pull through sites, but WiFi is not available on them, only at the office which is only open until about 3 P.M. No cable TV, can get a few channels with antenna. Park was clean, sites were extra long and good space between them. Picnic tables and fire rings at each site. Was nice and quiet. We were visiting family and it was a nice value. Rate was for Passport America.
Only campground in the area. New owners are trying to revamp an old park for the last five years. The park was clean, and they are installing a new pool. We were placed on a back in site, and when we tried to use the water, it came out very rusty. Did not get better by letting it run. Probably old pipes. No cable; could not get on the WiFi which supposedly was "park wide". Okay for a quick overnight. It is close to highway, and we did get some road noise.
We have stayed at this park before but only because it is the only park in the area while visiting family/friends. It has not changed in 4 years, still pricey, interior roads are still bad and restrooms are still old. No cable TV, very slow WiFi. Mostly monthly campers due to work going on in the area.
Not a bad park, we had a pull through site. We drove a couple of miles from the interstate to get to the park, but there was some road noise, so the back side must run along the interstate. It was not terrible, but was noticeable. No cable TV but Wi-Fi worked pretty well. We would stay here again.
This so called "park" is nothing more than a concrete parking lot with hookups literally in the middle of downtown St. Louis! The sites are very tight, we had to back out of our site to prevent from destroying our neighbor's slide on his Class A motor home. Fortunately, we had plenty of room to back up. It was about half the amount we had to pull out. Would not recommend this park unless you are desperate. We camped here in a travel trailer.
This was a very nice park. Clean, neat, nicely landscaped. The couple that owns it run it themselves and do a very nice job. They were very friendly and personable. Escorted us to our site, then stopped later to visit with us again. The bathrooms were in the remodeled basement of their home which was on the property. They were very spacious and modern. We would highly recommend this park and would definitely stay here again if in the area!
This campground is part of a conglomerate of necessities: gas, grocery, restaurant, souvenirs. Nice, extra long back in site, width was more than adequate. They were pretty busy but we think there were a lot of locals as it was the weekend after 4th of July. The young girl in the office was friendly and cheerful. The WiFi was spotty. We had to sit outside to use it, it would not work inside our trailer. We would stay here again.
We used this park as our base while visiting Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Wind Cave Nat'l Park, Jewel Cave Nat'l Park and Devil's Tower Nat'l Park. The latter three being further away, but a nice drive. A nice treed park, very nice clean private bathrooms/showers and nice laundry. The site we were on did not have cable and the WiFi could only be accessed close to the office as one of their antennas were inoperable. It was quiet and clean. We would stay here again.
There are a couple of campgrounds in Medora and this one was okay. Some of the sites were better than others. We had a 28' TT and had difficulty getting on our site. Thankfully, it was a wide site because we had to park on it sideways in order to get off the road. Then we had to park our truck across the road. I think we were in the pop up area because we were surrounded by them, with tents behind us. Nice view of "mountains" of Teddy Roosevelt Nat'l Park right behind our site. WiFi was not very good at our site. Medora is a neat little town, with shops and parks all around it. The Chuckwagon restaurant has a great and very reasonable breakfast buffet. The Medora Musical was also a nice activity. A little pricey but, hey, what the heck. We would stay here again, but recommend checking out the site they put you on to make sure you'll fit.
We got the last spot on a Friday night prior to 4th of July. The site was a back in but was easy to get into, with nice grass area and picnic table on the site. It was full hookup. The restrooms were clean and large. The showers were $, 1 loonie for 8 minutes I think. It did seem that there were a lot of seasonal or local weekend visitors in the park. As busy as it was, it was not noisy and it is far enough away from the road that road noise was not an issue. We would stay here again.
We only stayed overnight and did not use any of the facilities. I did have to go to the laundry room to use the WiFi though and it was clean and fairly modern. The bathrooms looked like they were single/private and it looked as though there were 2-4 of them. The park was nothing fancy and did have a nice view of the mountains, but the mosquitos were so bad you couldn't sit out to enjoy them. We would stay here again.
We pulled in on a Monday without a reservation and got one of the last pull throughs. They had a caravan at the time. Staff was friendly, restaurant on site. We were satisfied just because they had a site for us as the other parks in the area were not very welcoming. No discounts, cable okay, Wi-Fi was poor. We could hardly ever get on and when we did it was very slow. Unfortunately though, there are not a lot of choices.
This is the nicest park we have stayed in in our two months on the road. It is beautifully landscaped and also has natural landscaping such as wild roses, trees and yes a few weeds but they are not a problem being part of the natural landscape. The sites are very long, we are approximately 60 feet long and when unhooked still had plenty of room left on the site. It is clean, well maintained, and the staff is super friendly and helpful. Laundry, cable and Wi-Fi worked great! Private showers and restrooms immaculately clean! It was worth driving the few extra miles and spending the extra money to come here. We have paid a lot more for bad campgrounds which had nothing. Would definitely come back and would recommend it to others.
This is a very nice park. It really deserves a 10 but it is pricey at $45 a night. Unfortunately though it is not just this park.
There are a lot of others that are high and not as nice. If we have to pay the cost, this one is worth it. Very nice people, very clean bathrooms, laundry and it is central to everything. We would stay here again.
This was a very very nice park in all ways. Staff, facilities, and services. We pulled in early without a reservation, they were able to get us into a site which someone did not show up for, and then there were cancellations permitting us to stay at least three nights. We loved this park. Good job Princess! Excellent Wi-Fi, cable, laundry and restrooms! Very friendly staff (and neighbors). The couple next to us we're on their last day of their vacation and gave us a lot of food stuff and supplies they had left in their rental unit. We would definitely stay here again! Recommend it highly.
Pretty sure this is the correct park, but not sure. Anyway if so, Wi-Fi was not accessible from our unit, had to go outside, then it was slow. Restrooms were clean, private, and modern. We would consider staying again, but in the town of Seward there are city parks closer to everything.
National park in Alberta, Canada was very clean and quiet park which all but filled up every night. We watched the deer from our dinner table. We did not however see the grizzly that they said had been in the park all week. They were obviously trying to trap it as the trap was just inside the park. We went into the town of Jasper each day to use the Internet. It is a nice little town with lots of shops and pretty mountain views all around. We would stay here again.
Large park. Clean restrooms and showers. Park had not officially opened yet as we never saw anyone in the ranger station. Payment was on the honor system. Some of the pull-through sites still had snow in one end so we had to back out, no big deal. Dump station available, but water was not on yet. Trains were very active during the daylight hours but not so much at night (or we were just so tired) we didn't hear them that much. Took a Gondola ride at the ski area. Very pretty views. No free Wi-Fi in area - even downtown. Several places had for $. Would stay again.
Very nice campground. Absolutely wonderful showers! Clean and spacious. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi for a fee, but coupon for a free hour. They had entertainment but we did not make it down for it. Sounded like fun. Fast Eddy's restaurant nearby was good. Will stay here again on our way back through. Just an added note to anyone traveling the Alaska highway between Haines Jct and here: It is very rough! Take it easy!
It was a little difficult to find. The signage was not that good. The managers had only been there for three days and it did not look like they had had much business. The Wi-Fi did not work at all They said they would have to call someone. The laundry room had been cleaned but the managers were using it. They were getting bathrooms cleaned. Seemed as though they were trying to get it up and running for the season. It was a place to lay our head for the night. Would stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Close to Whitehorse. Clean and relatively quiet except for the occasional plane now and then. Sites are adequate. Good cable TV. Wi-Fi was spotty. Not sure if they were having problems or not. I even had problems staying connected while in the office or sitting directly under the antenna. But we will stay here again on our return trip through in about a month.
We are on a 3 month trip to Alaska. Trying to pace ourselves, we try to find campgrounds about every 300 - 350 miles. We have found some that we definitely will not go back to but this is NOT one. Yukon Motel Lakeshore Resort is quiet, nice, clean, and people are friendly. Clean, spacious bathrooms and showers, nice laundry, machines in good shape. When we arrived, we were the first ones for the evening, so they let us choose our site next to Lake Teslin. Will definitely stop here on our way back through. They also give a discount on fuel if you stay with them.
No cable, Wi-Fi fair, sites fairly stable but narrow between units. Laundry okay. Restrooms awful! Mold in showers, smelled dirty and just gross! They need a major updating. We did see the other three campgrounds but none of them are fancy. Three sites across from us had no respect for their fellow campers. Loud partying, people singing, playing music, and laughing, talking yelling, cars and trucks coming and going all night well after 1:00 a.m. I did not seem to be anyone " in charge" after about 8:00 p.m., so quiet hour was non existent. Supposedly quiet hour is 11:00 p.m. May try one of the other parks on our way back through.
A little pricey but clean, neat, and friendly. A bit of a drive to see the Grand Tetons, but a beautiful drive. Views of the Tetons all around us. Would definitely stay here again. Clean restrooms, laundry, and wi-fi available.
This park has all paved sites, full hookup, on site propane. Clean restrooms except cold as they were in a concrete and metal building and did not seem to be heated. Friendly staff. Would stay again. When visiting, must go to Buffalo Bill's Hotel, "The Irma". Beautiful cherrywood bar and great food! First time we ate the famous "Rocky Mountain Oyster"!
Okay for an overnight. Sites were very close together and owner stated that park was nearly full of semi-permanent/pipeline workers (whose sites were cluttered and unkempt). Would stay again but only as an overnight.
close to I-64 but still quiet. Not busy mid week so other than the other 4 people there, (1 being the very friendly volunteer host) it was a nice stay. very clean and neat. The cave was kind of cool too! Not your normal cave, but, yet a cave.
Very nice campground. Neat, clean, quiet. We stayed 2 nights and went to Mammoth Cave the second day (about 4 miles away). Bathrooms were immaculately clean and spacious! We would definitely recommend this park and would ourselves stay again. Congratulations to the owner who was at a training session for some of the top Good Sam Park campground owners in the nation! He is very proud of his park and it shows!
We chose this park over 2 others because they returned our call. It is close to I-70, road noise was not that bad. It seemed a little shady as they only take checks or cash for payment. Pretty much left us on our own after pointing to a site not too far from the "office" which was not fancy. No guide or written information. Although restrooms and laundry were in good condition. Actually, bathrooms looked fairly new our first impression was questionable. But all in all turned out okay. If traveling this way again would consider it, but also may try one of the others.