Beautiful campground in Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. 19 of the sites have been enlarged and upgraded with water and 50 amp electric. These large sites are gravel and level and will easily accommodate a big rig. The upgraded sites are $15 and the remaining, though smaller, sites are free. Dump station in campground. No bath house but clean restrooms. All amenities are available 14 miles away in Lovell, WY. Very quiet and peaceful. We'll stay there again sometime.
Less than average COE campground. Large sites and spaced well. Flying bugs were awful. Lots of standing water. Arrived Monday to a less than 1/4 full campground and asked for a first-come first-serve site for a week. Was told that only 4 sites were available because 3/4 of the unused first-come first-serve sites were reserved for the weekend. Beware! You can be bumped from your first-come first-serve site because it may be reserved!
Very nice under utilized State Park campground. Many sites back up to lake. All sites have shade. Very clean and quiet. No local TV reception. Storm shelter on CG loop. 50 and 30 amp sites. We will stay here again.
This is a very nice wooded campground that is a welcome relief from the gravel parking lot parks that are typical to the area. Downtown is within easy walking distance. The city of Hyder and the Fish Creek Bear Viewing area is a short drive. There are no sewer hookups but fresh water is available. We will definitely stay here again.
We've stayed in several very nice BC Provincial Parks, and this was by far the worst. The roads and pads are extremely narrow and very dusty. The price was way too high when you could have stayed in town with full hookups and wi-fi for about the same price. The anti generator mentality of BC parks is unrealistic as well. The park fee is not posted at entry, and I was surprised when the attendant said $25. We will never stay here again.
If there was such a thing as a boutique RV park then this would be it. 12 sites with good spacing just a block from the bluff. The owners go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Espresso Bar on site and the Burger Bus around the corner. An excellent location and very quiet.
Very nice, well groomed park and centrally located. However, at $42 for the night it was a little too pricey. The park had way too many "Don't Do's". No portable heaters, no AC, etc., and an additional $8.95 for the WiFi had it's own list of "Don't Do's".
This park is like 187 years old. The concrete pads and asphalt roads are torn up and upheaved by the big trees. The utilities are above ground criss crossing the park. We had a difficult time backing in our 33' fifth wheel since the street was so narrow and lined with parked cars. The staff was great, the facilities are nice, and the location in nice. KOA Corporate needs to level this park and rebuild it from the ground up.
This RV park is way over-rated. It's not a resort by any definition. I'm not sure what the others see in this place. The sites are narrow and short. There are trees planted between sites that get in the way of the slides. There is a narrow strip of grass between sites. This is nothing more than a tight concrete parking lot.
Now this is the way that all RV parks should be built. All sites are pull throughs with concrete pads. The separation between sites is over 20 feet with lots of green grass. There are no trees onsite to get in the way but the park sets inside a forested area on the outskirts of Topeka. The dog park is nice. We will stay here again.
This is a very nice campground and park. The CG is under a canopy of huge shade trees. KOA has done an excellent job at refurbishing this once ugly and trashy CG. The facilities are clean and well cared for. The new dog park is a very good idea. We will definitely stay there again.