Nothing but a parking lot with hookups against the road. They accept PA discount which made it worth the price. Definitely not worth the $45/night their "normal" price is. Utilities all worked OK. Owners were very friendly!
Great RV Park. Owners are great and really work hard to keep the campground clean and up kept. Utilities work well. Spaces are close but better than many other private campgrounds around Yellowstone. Great views and elk and deer roam the park.
I really don't understand the bad reviews. People complaining there are no rivers or streams or complaining that there are no showers (nps website very clear about that). Sure, if you blindly pulled into this place expecting a KOA you're going to be disappointed. This campground is dry camping. Flush bathrooms on site (except Nov-Feb). Night skies are unbelievable due to the remoteness of the area and the parks decision to make it a dark sky facility. Campground setting is great (can see it being hot in mid summer but that's to be expected) and o e you are unlikely to experience anywhere else. Limited sites for large rigs and we got lucky to get one. Kids were in awe of the rocks around the campground and the skies at night. More than made up for having to "rough it" for a few nights.
$5 a night, no hookups or dump/water on site. Beautiful setting. Not great but usable Verizon and T-Mobile cell service. Loop is a bit tight in spots so I wouldn't recommend it for a large 5'er or motorhome.
I love this campground! Good utilities, fairly level sites, fantastic bathrooms and laundry. Wifi is usable (not fast for streaming videos, but usable for day planning and checking emails, etc). Sites are a bit close together but that's to be expected this close to a NP. Sites are long though so it makes it easier to stagger your camper with your neighbors so you feel like you have a bit more space. All staff I've encountered have been very friendly. Definitely will be back next time I'm in the area!
Pros: large-ish sites, good utilities, great laundry and bathhouse. They take Passport America which knocks the fee down 50%. Cons: They have all of these huge pull thru sites but they still stuck us in one of the few cramped backup sites even though they are 80% empty and we're only here one night (no different pricing for different sites). I probably could have asked for a different site but I didn't know it'd be so short until got there. I got parked so it works for one night. It's kind of sad as this could be a really nice little campground but appears they've given up on it as the grounds are being over taken by thistle type plants and many of the trees they've planted appear to be dying. Bottom line, campground is good for an overnight stop which I'm sure much of their business is, but would be nice if they threw some weed-n-feed down to get the thistle growth under control.
Park is in the city but looks like the water coming from the spigots are pumped straight from the ground with no filtering at all. Water was a disturbing reddish brown color that instantly stained my sinks, toilets, etc. Electric hookups in my site were very loose and seemed sketchy but they did work for us. No shade except for one site. Sites very short and only a couple are remotely level. No on-site dump station, have to go to a gas station a few miles down the road and pay $5. We stayed here for a night while we visited family. If we were there any longer we would have found another campground to move to.
Great location right outside the park. Utilities all worked well. Beautiful walk down to the Little Missouri River. Train tracks nearby but they're not allowed to blow their horn through town, so all you hear is the low rumble as they go by, no big deal. Cons: sites are very close together, but that's pretty expected of a private FHU campground right outside a NP.
Well cared for. Most sites are electric. Didn't see any with water or sewer hookups besides the host sites. Hosts were super friendly. Only con is i wish they would move to more dark sky lighting standards, there are a lot of bright lights around the park that make it difficult to see the night skies.
It's one of those parks I want to give a bad review to so the secret can be kept.