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Nice campground with relatively new water and electrical hookups. Clean bathrooms; my wife actually wanted to take a shower in them. My kids really enjoyed the playground. The owners were very accommodating with our changing situation during the weekend we stayed. It was also surprisingly quiet for…
Well-maintained campground with basic amenities. Newer electrical and water hookups (30&50amp) with each site. Small playground. Easy to get on and off Hwy 169 for close-by attractions.
Lots of sites all separated by trees. Has a awesome family owned drive thru fast food shop at the entrance. The river is perfect for paddle boarding.
Plenty of sites. Not too cramped. Plenty of trails with beautiful views. Next to a nice trout stream.
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For free the area is awesome right by the river. We found a site tucked away from people which is what we like. We set up hammocks right next to the river. The hike from parking is not bad at all about a 10 minute walk from parking to the farthest site.
This campground's sites and roads seem a little smaller/tighter but plenty of room for smaller rigs to maneuver.
The outer loop is non-electric and more "in the woods" than the center, which also helps provide a bit more privacy. The sites are still close together but we didn't have much noise…
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Very nice people. Kid friendly, clean and they even recycle ♻️
Don't know yet. I'll find out tomorrow but it was beautiful clean I think I'll love it peaceful
Beautiful wooded campsite on a creek. Great hike up to the lookout!
Super nice people, cool pool setup, trolly to get you around. Quiet at night too!
Out site was super tight for a 27foot hitch, but worked out great
It’s a nice park but very close compact. Everyone is squeezed in like sardines. Very tight quarters on roads and sites. There is a game room and a small pool. Only a little space for one vehicle but overflow parking isn’t terrible if you’re close to office. Bath house wasn’t bad, small but not bad.…
My family and I Had a very disappointing camping experience... I can’t even really call it camping. You are basically drove insane from the constant gawking eyes of judge mental neighbors. Campsites aren’t even spaced out to where you have ANY privacy. The campsites are on top of one another. You…
This campground was on the small side with sites close together. They have a Buffalo drive trail to see the 30 Buffalo they have in the park. The Waterfalls are a short drive to the other side of the park. With great hiking trails down to the bottom of the falls.
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This was a smaller campground with only a few electric spots. The bison loop is a cool feature in the park. There was nice hiking trails. The down fall to this campground is the falls are not within walking distance from the campground. The cell phone coverage was good in the campground.
Campground was small and dusty, but they had a cool bison range you could drive through and a waterfall right up the street for a small fee of $7.
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