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Very nice little campground albeit a little pricey. If you are looking for a good base camp to go adventuring along the Beartooth Highway, this is a great option. Right along Beartooth Lake, vault toilets in each of the 3 loops and running water in Loop B. Loop C is set the farthest back and some…
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Good location on the south end of the park. Bathrooms are clean and well located. Sites can be small and close together. My 30' airstream barely fits.
Sites are extremely close. There are no trees. Hook ups for RVs are adequate. The pool area is the highlight with 2 pools (one kiddie) and a hot tub. All very clean. The basketball area is very nice too but too hot to play for us today. There’s a playground, large outdoor chess and scrabble.
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This was a great campsite on the banks of Newton creek. Very clean, host was super friendly as were camping neighbors. Stayed two nights and really loved it. Great vibe. Hardsides only because of bear activity
Awesome location inside Yellowstone. The campsites are more spaced apart than in other campgrounds which was nice. There are a couple of resident bison in the campground that walk around wherever they like. Pretty awesome sight! As usual, $28 a night and $10 for a box of firewood. No hookups.
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Of course it’s in Yellowstone, so awesome location! We found the campsites too tight and close to one another. If you’re interested in your neighbor’s conversations, then maybe that’s great for you but in our case I wasn’t. Which they didn’t care much about and were even louder. Otherwise, for $28…
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If you're super last minute like us this is a great option in Yellowstone. It is one of a few 1st come 1st serve CG here, but it fills up fast in the peak season. Ranger station opens at 8am to register for spots but you can go in early and claim an open spot and pay when the station opens. …
We had a great time at this campground...some excitement the first morning as a young grizzly wandered into our campsite and we had to back into our camper and rooftop tent. Host security and rangers were very helpful. Facilities were clean. Note that there is no cell reception. Conveniently…
There are many dispersed campsites along the road before & after the official M-K sites. Most are river front and have fire pits. There is a turn around for large rigs at the end of the road (cross the river 3 times). Decent graded gravel road with some potholes.
The staff is awesome and they have a nice pool. Other than that, it’s lots of dirt, gravel, and weeds.
Very nice campground with roaming buffaloes. We did the hike from the site and also saw some deer.
Campground was small and so were the sites. If you’re driving an RV, it’s tight. Bathrooms were nice and clean.
Though we only had electricity the park provided privacy and views that surpassed all expectations. I was taken back when I went to the bath house and had to pay to take a shower. But the water pressure was nice and the temperature was nice and hot. No disappointment there!
All pull-thru sites. 50, 30 and 20 amp service with water and sewer. Sites are short. When we checked in they asked us to park behind are bumper pull camper. The site was to short. So the said we could park in the next site over. Camper was parked in D2 and truck in D1. Nice clean rest room…
Not somewhere I'd typically go camping but nice place for others to enjoy.