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This was one of several sites up a winding steep but paved road where trailers are not allowed. We had a very private site #20 with our own clean private vault toilet and garbage can. It was down a single track rutted road but our 24’ pop up truck camper made it with ease. We could see some of the hoodoos if we walked around. There was lots of room to set up a tent and just wander around. Cost was $14. We had groupings of pine trees for shade as it can get hot there even in Late September.
There is a campground for larger RVs but they are on asphalt closer to the entrance. They were crowded and it looked hot there.
It seems like I’ve said every campground on my trip was awesome. However it was my first time to the west AND The Dyrt helped me plan my trip so I found some AWESOME campgrounds.
Makoshika Stare Park has a Triceratops on the sign, how can you not get excited about checking it out! Kids would love this park.
The campground I stayed at has a reservable TP , a pit toilet and good sized sites but not much shade. My site ran right up to the edge of a drop off. My Pomeranian , being the bonehead he is jumped right in ! Luckily it was only about 6 or 7 feet.
The hiking was …well… Awesome! Lol You can actually walk through the hills and on top and around. There were rabbits appearing and disappearing. There were benches in interesting places. Informational markers and interesting spots.
Excellent place to bring the kids.
I am adding my review because I want people to know that if you plan on staying at this rv place for long periods at a time I wouldn't recommend it. Came here in the end of August for my husband to go to school for his CDL. We are leaving tomorrow. The flies are absolutely horrible since there is a pasture and has cows and goats right next to the camp. If you come in winter as it seems to have just started, they are not setup to be all year round. They need to advertise they are a seasonal place. Setup is strange as well. Owner is just as strange as the setup. They complain about everything. Anyway just letting everyone know our experience but if you decide to stay here anytime soon make sure you water tank is full of water! Pool is closed of course since it's winter. It's right off the freeway which actually isn't too bad. The playground is gone now. Bathrooms and laundry have been closed since covid started. No WiFi
I stayed in campsite 31, which is located very deep into the park after the pavement has ended. But it was so isolated and amazing! Couldn’t see another campsite or hear a single other group. And the view was amazing! These photos I attached were taken directly from my site. Sadly the smoke from the fires on the west coast has made its way over, but it was still very peaceful. Only downside was that I had to drive to the toilets, but I highly recommend!