We stayed here for one night, near the end of Sept 2020. We got lucky as it was the last night it was open for the season. Absolutely beautiful place! We were a little skeptical as we were driving there as there wasn’t much for trees but as you get closer and more into the mountains, it really becomes beautiful. It was quite and dark - it was the last day for the season. Would stay here again.
We liked this place so much, that we have reservations to stay there again, but for two nights, not just one. We stayed here for one night in Sept 2020 on our way to Yellowstone. There weren’t many sites taken as it was the last week to be open. The vault toilet was clean. Water and trash bins available. We stayed right near the stream, which was beautiful. There were free range cattle around the area which made it interesting wondering if it was a bear or not from a far distance! They had only seen one bear throughout the summer. It was very quiet and very dark at night since you’re in the mountains. We are staying there for two nights this summer so we can explore the surrounding area. The beauty of Bighorn mountains really took us by surprise! So beautiful!
Stayed here for a night in Sept 2020. Came in at night. It wasn’t an easy place to get to. (Unless Waze decided to take us on a scenic drive through the town!) I thought it might be a good location for one night on our way to Devil’s tower, but it was too much extra driving getting to it. But, the campground itself was nice. We stayed next to the lake. The showers/bathrooms were clean.
We stayed here for one night in September. The park was filled up. All RVs. We stayed next to the lake. Bathrooms were decent.
We stayed at site #47 the end of March that was right along a creek. It was a slow moving creek so a very nice sound without being loud. There were small fish in it. The bathrooms with showers were open. They were very clean and had warm water. The site was nice and clean. While we were there they put down new rock around the fire pit. There weren’t a lot of people there since it was March but we had several sites filled around us and we still felt that we had some privacy. The location is across from the visitor center. Close to the wildlife loop and Iron Mountain Road. There was a male bison that was roaming near the other side of the fence which was neat. There is a small playground for kiddos. We would definitely stay there again.
Stayed a night in March at the east campground. We stayed at the west campground a week earlier. We were by ourselves which was great. We got the largest site and it felt a little more private than the others, but still pretty open. Vault toilets were very clean - it was March. They likely don’t get much business in spring. I’m guessing this place is very busy during the summer as we passed a seasonal, permanent RV campground just down the road. Both places had playgrounds.
This was a nice campground. Typical RV style sites. Not a lot of trees so you can see all the other campers. We stayed here the end of March so it was very quiet. We stayed on the lake at site 13. It’s a small lake. Very quiet and dark.
Stayed here after reading all the great reviews. It didn’t disappoint at all! We will definitely be staying here every time as the views are great, it’s super quiet, the night sky is amazing and the sunrise is beautiful.