We did not get a water & electric site, as the few they have are taken but we do have a no hookup site for the night. Rangers at both campgrounds in the park did not know if there would be any W/E sites available in the morning; one said he didn't think there would be. For the night we figured dry camping would be OK but didn't want to do it for 4 or 5 nights. I guess we should have made a reservation. I thought if we got there early enough we could still get an electric site. I forgot the weekend was coming up. This was a Thursday didn't realize the state park is on a lake and would be busy. No hookup sites, they had plenty open. Stayed only 1 night. BB State Park is a nice park. The Shoshone River runs through the park. Lots of water, nice views. It has 2 campgrounds and each has some W/E sites. The North Shore Bay campground has 37 sites of which 7 are W/E. This is the nicer of the 2 as it is on the water. North Fork Campground that we were in for the night has 62 sites, 8 W/E. This one is not on the water. If you want a w/e site you most likely will need to reserve one.
We had planned to stop in Bozeman but the park we planned to go to was full so we headed about 35 miles up the road. Camp 3 Forks a very nice small park of about 90 sites, roomy 30 amp. We have a w/e site. Gravel sites, nice grass all around, very clean park. Good Wi-Fi, no cable, but we got about 20 channels on regular TV. They also have full hookup sites. We would stay here again.
We are spending 2 nights here visiting with friends that are workampers here. It's a small park, full hookup 30/50 amp, Wi-Fi. Cable, decent sites, gravel to park on, and grass all around. Rate is $39.95 for full hookup 50 amp. There is mini golf. Pool is now closed for season. Game room, club room, nice laundry and store. Not bad park to spend a few days. Most sites are pull-throughs, the only bad thing was sewer connection was way in back and we needed very long hose.
We had a pull thru site, 50A, gravel & gravel roads with some grass. Sites could use to be a bit longer we just fit RV & car. Office staff was friendly, park is clean, there is an exercise room, Cable & WiFi,. That was a little week at times, GS pk. We broke down by the Flying J a mile away & with it being the weekend we were towed here & stayed a few days before we could get fixed. We would stay here again if in the area.
We had a pull-through site with water and electric. Blacktop sites and roads. Nice big sites picnic tables with canopies. Nice views of the lake and some mountains. The lake is pretty big. We would camp here again.
This is a beautiful state park, with a very nice full hookup campground, beautiful views all around, blue waters in the lake, nice beach area, restaurant by the beach, red rock areas all around, dirt bike and ATV trails. We were here April 27 & 28th 2014 not busy at this time but I bet it was this weekend since weather is nice. I bet this place is packed in the summer, would think a person would need reservations in summer. Blacktop sites and roads. Large sites, picnic tables under canopy, grill and fire rings. We were in a pull-through site
It is a nice park with friendly staff. Sites are blacktop and roads in the park are blacktop. This is a PPA park were we have stayed before. Most sites are backins, some P/thrus. Sites are wide but could use to be a little longer. Back in to site and car parks on street. Fine for short term.
This is a Passport America park, and they give a discount for 7 nights Their regular rate is $32/night, $150/week, and $360/month. Gravel sites in older section. Newer section has 2 rows of sites with concrete parking pads and concrete patios; these are $400/month. The monthly rate includes 900 kWh electricity, full 50 amp hookups, Wi-Fi at sites. If you are staying at the park you can golf for $10 a day. We have stayed her twice before in past years. We are staying here now for a week. There is a club house and some activities. Not a bad park