Visited here in June of 2019. Amazing views from our campsite. Close to the water, great place for kayaking. Campsite had a playground and lots of kids riding bikes and playing. Great campsite for families! Rangers were very friendly. If you have a truck or all wheel drive vehicle you can drive right down to the water just about a mile from the campsite.
Bathrooms were not that clean.
We camped at the North Fork section of Buffalo Bill State Park. The scenery was outstanding and the campsites roomy. Our trailer site, #81 was a pullout/pull-through site. We ended up pulling our trailer in the "wrong" way so that our door faced the picnic table and fire ring rather than the road. The scenery was incredible! We drove around the mountain side of the lake and saw a coyote, grouse and pelicans. We watched the sunset from this incredibly remote and peaceful location. The pay showers were very clean and well laid out. Had to wait a few minutes on a busy morning but definitely worth the wait. Quick drive into Cody, WY.
This is an affordable campground that is near Cody. We aren’t planning to go into Yellowstone so this was a great option for us. It gives us a nice starting point to dive into the national forest land to the north.
The campground is stretched out into 3 loops and most sites are lakeside. The campsites are very large. Even without any vegetation between us, we still felt like a private space. It seems like the reservable sites have electric and the rest don’t. Restrooms are clean but I haven’t found a water source. I’m thinking it’s by the dump station.
The lake has a nice shoreline to sit at and boating starts from the day use area next door.
This was a nice campground to give us a regrouping place before another venture off grid.
Great views of reservoir and mountains. Electric, pull through sites. Boat landing. Pit toilets. No showers.
I wish we had stayed longer here. The campground is beautiful and right near the water. The mountains behind it are gorgeous! Cody is a short drive and a fun town to explore.
We rented. The camp sites are in the open. Not secluded but the dividing walls worked great. Near the road but traffic noise was not a issue. Beautiful Scenery.
Beautiful mountain and water views. Privacy fence available at some spots. Which I’ve never come across before so we used it. The weather was perfect. Good spot for sunrise and sunset. I just loved it.
Had a wonderful time!! Wonderful sites, clean restrooms, beautiful scenery! The Camp Hosts were wonderful!! A perfect campground!!
Great sites to look at along the way but not great fishing
This large State Park campground gets pluses for having both dry and hook-ups sites for RVs, and can accommodate large ones. It's not as optimal for tent campers, as there are only a few sites that lack shade and are very windy because it's right on Buffalo Bill Reservoir. Sites start at $17 which does make it a prettier and more reasonable option than camping in Cody at RV parks, yet it's only a 10 minute drive to town.