This campground is worn out to say the least! The sites are too close together, good luck if you and your neighbor both have slide outs! We were moved 3 times trying to find a site that everything worked at. The manager called the cops on a customer that was upset when he showed up and his site wasn't available (he made the reservation for 2 months 2 YEARS in advance). The person at the kiosk was rude to put it nicely. The "general store is only open until 3pm. There are no activities, just abandoned buildings. The hot tubs are not working and the pool is only open until dusk! (Even though it has flood lights on it all the time anyways). The docks are a lawsuit waiting to happen with boards loose, missing or so warped you trip on them. There are never quarters in the change machine so it's hard to do laundry. The staff stays in the bar after hours and gets drunk and loud, them walks around making jerks of themselves. Spend your money somewhere else, this place is a joke. Too bad they have let it go down hill so much, the location is amazing. That is all it has going for it!
This park has been a great stop for us 2x now on our travels through Yellowstone national Park. The manger is amazingly friendly and accommodating. The restrooms & laundry room are always clean. We traveled through the first time and had our miniature horse with us, and the manager allowed us to put him in the corral at the edge of the park. That was a great treat for him! I would not hesitate to recommend this park to anyone and we will surely be back!
This is probably one of the most beautiful campgrounds we have stayed in. It is quiet and away from the beaten path. The campsites are large and spread out enough for a little privacy. It is so much fun playing in the river and using the natural "watersides" formed by the river. There is an easy hike to Franklin falls just up from the campground. Only 20 minutes back into North Bend for supplies. Don't miss out on this campground!
Very nice family park. Everyone has been very friendly to say the least. Beautiful marina sites that you can have your boat at your campsite. A great little Tiki Bar right on the water where you can watch the "green flash" as the sun sets over the 7 mile bridge. The Kyle Inn has good, inexpensive food and great little breakfasts. There are resident hermit crabs and iguanas that we were lucky enough to see. The ferry for Pigeon Key leaves right from the marina, so that is a GREAT day trip. The only down side (if you can call it that) is there are no sewer hook ups, but they will bring a tank to your RV and pump your tanks for a small fee, or you can bring your rig to the dump station for free. It is a nice touch that you can store your RV there and call them and they will bring it to a spot for you and set it up so all you have to do is pull in! I will definitely return to this park, it is definitely a hidden gem!