If you like to hang out at your camp site, this is NOT the place for you.
We were here 3 nights as a base camp for Yellowstone. Yes, it is 60 miles away, but the closest we could get since I waited until 6 months before the trip to reserve(lesson learned!!).
Two deal killers for us from ever staying here again is, first, as mentioned, the road noise. We were in a site that was on the back side of the campground, and the road noise was still horrible, even with the trees and bushes between us. And second, the mosquitoes! We spent about 15 minutes around our camp fire before we were forced inside. Not even the smoke from our fire was keeping them away. We did cross the highway to go check out the river and even along the river the mosquitoes were pretty bad.
The sites are split on each side of the highway, there is spigots for water, but none at the sites, also there is no hookups or even a dump station at the campground. The sites were large enough for most campers, we fit our 174BH into our site and could have left our tow vehicle attached and not been in the road. Sites have a burn pit and picnic table which was nice but we didn't get to use them.
Internet is non-existent. We have Verizon and had to drive about 5 miles before we got signal.