They have walk in sites as well as drive in sites, which is awesome for hikers and bikers. Unfortuneatlt since it is right near the park they do charge a fee of $40 a night which I personally feel is a bit steep. although, they do have running water for drinking as well as a bathroom with flushable toilets, and separate sinks for hand/face washing and dish washing. Staff lives on property, but personally I prefer more primitive sites away from people. if you don’t mind being up close an personal with a neighbor then this is a perfect campground :)
My husband and I are car camping for our honeymoon and wanted to find a spot where we could enjoy both the Tetons and Yellow Stone. Lizard Creek provided the perfect in between location. Also a bear box was provided at every site.
This campground does not fill up as quickly or at all many nights.