By far the nicest park in the Livingston area. Entry road is narrow but all local traffic is aware of the RV park and are very willing to pull to the side. The nicest owners we have found in quite some time. Very helpful and knowledgeable about the area. Only downside I can see is if you are visiting Yellowstone, it is about 40 miles to the north entrance. We have stayed in Cody when visiting Yellowstone, but that is about a 50 mile drive to the south entrance on a worse road. This park is only 28 miles from Bozeman. WiFi was good most of the time and strong Verizon signal. Our 45ft with a tow car fit nicely. Will definitely stay here again if in the area.
Simple park but at this rate I think the least we could expect is level site. We were in space 7 which was over 5" low in the front and the drivers side. When I commented to older woman (owner for 32 years & builder) she said since you are only here 1 night you can get by
Not sure if previous reviewer stayed at same park. We found the park to very nice, office staff friendly and offering any help we needed. Only fault I can offer is a lack of knowledge about anything in surrounding area or any advice about restaurants. Lawns were green and mowed weekly. Pads are all asphalt and some not too level. Picnic tables at each site although most could use some maintenance. Cable TV recently upgraded and sufficient. Good satellite access from nearly all spots. We will definitely stay in this park when in the area again as it is much superior to the other 2 parks within 20 miles.
This park would be a good value @ $35.00/night, not the $52.00 they charge. Very difficult to find as no roadside signs of any kind anywhere near the park. The office staff was new to the area so was of no help when called for directions. Once we found the park and got registered, we were led to assigned spot. No dedicated dog run and the staff is obsessed with their leash rules. We will make a different choice next time in Austin.