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It’s cramped. Very close spaces with no room to do much else. The spaces are staggered enough you’re not side by side, but still very cramped.
Showers and restrooms are not the finest, 2 out of 4 toilets somewhat work and showers needed to be cleaned.
It is costly to stay here. There is internet (slow, so don’t expect to download a movie) and cable, water and electric are standard.
Parking is difficult. you have to park out away from your camper and walk back through the campground. The cramped conditions keep people from backing into the tight spaces; therefore, making you park away from your campsite.
There is a game room, but beware you have to pay for every game.
You are close to Yellowstone NP and that is about the only nice thing about staying here.
In summery, if you need just a place to hookup and sleep and don’t mind being close to other campers this place will work. If you like some privacy and want to actually camp with the family this is not very suitable, no place to set up the hammock, no camp fires, and no extra room for your favorite camp chair!
Just the observation of a family guy with wife and kids who love to camp and love our National Parks…
Bring bug spray as there are quite a few mosquitoes, but the tent sites are clean and they pick up garbage every morning from your site! Great helpful staff members and a small store with a few necessities. There are a few restaurants and stores in town to check out such as the oldest bar in MT!
I think we've been spoiled by all the forested campgrounds we've stayed in. This was a convenient one night stop for us, and we knew what we were getting into just off I94. There's a lot of road noise although it may not bother most of the campers who have large, air conditioned RVs.
On the plus side, there's electricity, water hookup, clean bathrooms and showers, wifi and a dump station. There's a pool, a small playground and a grass area for tents.
Sites for RVs are in parallel rows very close together, and there is no possibility of shade. The neighbors in large RVs on both sides of us pulled in, hooked up their hose, plugged into the electricity, and went inside. We didn't see them again.
This place filled up in the early evening. It's truly a one night stay except for some people who must be living/working in the area. There are also some mobile homes at the back of the park. It's a well maintained place to sleep for a night.
Picture-perfect Montana Rockies beauty. Didn’t use the lake but many were. Wooded small campground with basic primitive sites. Owned by National Forest & kept well. Filled up by mid-afternoon, were lucky to get there early. Exceptional views.