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Typical State Park with wide open spots and no privacy. We got a pull through site with electricity but no water hookup. Potable water was available throughout the park, however. There are vault toilets scattered and near the entrance is a single person flush toilet stall with coin shower. The playground was fenced off due to Covid in August 2020. We enjoyed visiting the dam and the bike park in the town of Cody, WY. We were on the river portion of the campground, there is also a loop further east on the reservoir.
Lovely sounds of the river and beautiful sunsets over the mountains! This dry camp was an excellent 2 night escape from our normal stops in RV parks. Level sites and easy pull through for our 36’ rv and toad. We were able to find a cozy spot right next to the river. The bugs and the dust are a bit much, but we had a blast with the dogs in the river, and enjoyed the peace and quite. Bring your bug spray and sunscreen!
July 24 - Aug 7, 2019 Love coming to this park. Site 55 has electric and water. Park has dump station. Restrooms are very clean and they have a charge to shower ($1 for 3 minutes). There is a Visitor Center and Dam very close by.
I don’t know where to begin! We went all the way down this road, nearly to the end until we saw a national park camping sign, took this long dirt road all the way down to the river and found this hidden gem of a spot! Absolutely stunning, lots of privacy, great fishing spot and view of the Tetons! The dirt road you take to get down is a little sketchy so I sure wouldn’t take a trailer out there. But definitely the best free camping. A deer came right up to us at the site too!
We only stayed here for a night and it served its purpose. The sites were clean, bathrooms were really nice and the views of the bluffs were pretty rad… however, it was SUPER windy the night we stayed. Like, people digging their heels in holding their tents praying for them to not blow away kind of windy. I was also not super pumped that all the sites were right out into the open. I could see into everyone’s campground in the entire grounds.