Nice park, quiet at night, noisy and busy streets during day, easy access and parking with roomy sites, convenience store with cheapest gas in town across street, friendly owners. Showers were clean but hard to find a dry spot to dress on afterwards so bring an extra towel. Stayed 2 nights to visit Little Big Horn. Also visited county museum which was great. Trains not far away but didn't bother us at night. Mosquito sprayer came though one evening which smelled bad for awhile. It's a city thing so the park had little to say about it. Didn't notice any bugs so it must work. Could do better at cleaning off the picnic tables as ours was covered with bird doo. Thankful for plastic table cloth! I didn't notice any of the problems expressed by the previous reviewer. I would stay again if in the area.
Pretty nice park, roomy, easy access and parking, off the highway so it's quiet, very clean and well kept, full hookups work well, a few TV channels on antenna, friendly staff. Park is also mobile home park and lots of permanents and long terms but all were clean and quiet. Not much by way of shade or grass. They are still enlarging park for more mobile homes due to the oil boom. Would stay again if out this way but wouldn't make it my destination.
I liked this park. Yes it is all dirt and gravel so if you need that manicured lawn and pavement it's not for you. Had no problems getting in and leveling. Trains nearby and noisy during day but don't run at night or at least I didn't hear them - it's very quiet at night. Showers were kept very clean but water runs onto entire floor in stall so hard to find a dry spot to dress so bring an extra towel to stand on. Needs some kind of berm to separate the floor so you can keep feet dry. No TV service of any kind. Stayed 2 nights to visit Theodore Roosevelt NP and also the ND Cowboy Hall of Fame which I recommend. Little Mo River right behind park and look up and you see the Theodore Roosevelt NP. Easy walk into town and geocaches nearby if you're into that activity. I would stay again.
It is old but clean enough with nice shade and off the highway so it is quiet. New owners are fixing the place up and are very friendly. Some permanents/long term but well kept. Grocery store within a couple of blocks and easy to walk to if needed. If you don't need the super manicured look this is a fine park for a night or two.
First couple of rows where we stayed are full hookup sites and have great views of the lake and mountains and easy to access and level. Sites back in the woods not so much. Very quiet. A little pricey at $42 with GS discount but less than the KOA. I guess that's the price of staying near a park. Showers are old but clean. A little funky in that you need to get tokens from the office and each token gives you a 6 minute shower. But it worked okay. Woke up to frost in the morning. Gas is expensive here so I suggest filling up in Browning before you get here where it's 30 cents cheaper. I would stay again.
Nice, clean, quiet, lots of shade. Easy access from I-70 but far enough away so no road noise. Managers were friendly. Place was jam packed when we were there as the area was holding an ATV jamboree. But it was still quiet at night. A little pricy but KOA's usually are. Didn't use shower/restroom facilities but they looked well kept. I would stay again.
Park is clean, quiet, nice grass but no shade. Sites were level and easy to park. Easy access from I-80 but far enough off to be quiet. Owner led us to our site and was friendly. Pool was drained for the season. Restroom/showers facilities were clean. I didn't notice the waste water pond previous reviewer mentioned. No TV service of any kind. Fort Bridger is just a few minutes away and worth the visit. I wouldn't hesitate to stay again if it was the right place during a trip through.
Park seemed just fine to me. It's definitely not that manicured look type place so if that's what you want you won't like it. Yes, it's gravel with little shade and there are a lot of long term and permanents but most were clean and I didn't notice any dust. Very quiet at night. Close quarters and a little tight for parking but doable. Showers were well kept. A small play ground for kids and another play park just a block away near museum. Fort Caspar Museum was excellent and an easy walk from park. Nice walking paths along river. Fun to watch the deer and geese here. I would stay again.
Tough to rate. It's right on the harbor and fun to watch ships and boats of all types coming and going. Easy walk to the Canal Park area with shops, restaurants, maritime museum, lakeside boardwalk, beaches,etc. And the lift bridge is quite fascinating to watch. The area takes on a whole new look a night so walk in after dark too. The park however is just a parking lot with hookups. Showers/restroom is a portable thing and not very clean. Cramped quarters and tricky access and parking. Your picnic table looks right at your neighbors sewer. Some TV on the antenna. Owner friendly with tips on what to see and how to get there. I would probably stay again only because of the location, but it's not the nicest park we've used.
This is just a gravel extension of the hotel parking lot where you check in. No shade, no grass just flat open field subject to the howling wind. Noisy agricultural processing plants adjacent. Showers are just the hotel swimming pool showers - no privacy and wet floors. On the plus side, it's large and open for easy access, full hookups available, staff is friendly, the hotel swimming pool is available with kids play things and a small playground, a few TV channels on antenna and it just happened to be the right location for a stop over on our trip so it works for that.
Very nice, well kept, quiet, friendly folks, and sites are not as tight together as some parks. Easy access from highway but far enough off that there is little road noise. Nice little military museum on site. Showers and restrooms were very good. Would definitely recommend.
Nice park, well kept, clean restrooms and showers, nice shade trees and friendly managers. Close to busy road and a little noisy even at night. Trees and shrubs along road help deaden the sound though. Close quarters but still easy access. Would probably stay again if in the area.
Nice small park with very friendly folks. Great activities including ziplines, white water rafting, kayak float trips or you can bring your own tubes and float the river. Stayed for 4 days with small group and took it all in. Also geocaches nearby if interested. Highway noise is sometimes bothersome but much reduced at night.
Very nice park with lawn and shade trees. A few miles off of I-84 but that makes it a nice quiet stay. Easy walk to town for groceries if needed and to visit Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument visitor center. Very friendly and helpful owners. Nice showers and restroom facilities. Several TV channels with antenna. Would stay again.
Very nice park, friendly owners, lots of shade, Provo River walking trail nearby as well as Utah Lake access. Didn't have a problem with mosquitoes when we were there until late evening. Nearby geocaches if interested. Only problem was highway construction on I-15 made getting to the park a challenge. I think this one is much nicer than the nearby KOA we stayed at before. Would stay again.
Nice wooded park, friendly and helpful managers, easy walk to the lake shore and walking/biking trails. No mosquito problem when we were there in September. Views of the lake through the trees from our site. Large rigs may have some trouble with tree limbs. I thought the shower and restroom facilities were quite nice. Would stay again.
This park is set up for crabbers and fishermen with cleaning stations, marina and boat launches at the park or nearby. It's pretty much a parking lot with RV hookups and close quarters but good for serving the fishing public. Owners are nice and helpful. Pets are allowed but must be walked outside the park to do their duty. Nice little fish markets and cafes nearby and geocaches if your into that. I would stay again if fishing in the area. More scenic parks nearby if you are just vacationing.
Beautiful, quiet state park within walking distance of the beach and several walking trails throughout area. Very nice restrooms and showers. Water and electric - no sewer but a dump station at the entrance. Seemed to nearly fill up so I suggest reservations($8 fee). Some sites not suitable for big rigs so ask about the right site for you. Received some over the air TV channels. If you like geocaching, there are several nearby caches. I would stay again.
Best thing about this park is quiet which is why we chose it. Other parks are too close to busy highway and train tracks. There are about 40 sites with water hookups but no electric. Showers and bathrooms are old and run down but I suppose clean enough - they were cleaned daily. Best for smaller rigs but there are a few that can accommodate larger rigs. Pads are small but some are open enough that you can hang over the pad if needed. There was a 40 footer when we were there. Beautiful Hood River runs through it. There is a geocache at the park if you participate in geocaching. Also picked fresh wild blackberries while there. We stayed 4 days and I would stay again.
Quiet, off the main highway and clean. Access road is busy during day but quiet at night. Sites have room for large rigs. Price was with GS discount. Only drawback is no shade and it was hot when we were there. Thankful for a/c! Hosts were friendly and informative about things to do in area. If you are into geocaching, there are caches within walking distance. I would stay again.
Nice, clean, quiet; close enough to interstate 84 for easy access but far enough away to be quiet. Nice garden where you can enjoy fresh produce from. Restroom/shower facilities very clean. Easy sites for large rigs. Got a few TV channels with antenna. If you are into geocaching, there is a cache nearby.
We have stayed here in the past and liked it so stayed again. Beautiful park, easy walk to lake with amazing sunsets and other water activities. Highway noise is there but not overwhelming normally. This night however, there was highway construction all night into early morning and noise was terrible. The park has a lot going for it but I think next time I'm in the area I'll look for something more quiet. If you are into geochaching, there are a number of caches nearby.