Daniel C.

The Dyrt Pro

Silver Springs, NV

Joined May 2021

Family owned and very friendly!!

Very clean campsites and facilities! Friendly family staff! Easy access to the creek! Also has a cute store!

Too big and commercialized

Yes it is a big RV park with all the amenities but at certain point it’s too much. The staff was friendly enough but a lot of the campers are kinda rude, it’s equivalent to being at a big resort or a theme park. Also the phone service and Wi-Fi are very spotty. My wife said the dryers at the laundry mat were not efficient and cost more than usual. On the bonus side of all of this the park is in a great location and has a great hiking trail across the highway up to Black Elk Peak.

Big enough for my toy hauler!!

Fun beautiful lake with room for bigger RV’s. No hook-ups but they do have your typical state park restrooms. No sandy beaches here, it’s hard rock all the way up to the waters edge. Was able to paddle board out to the island, which has 2 Geocaches!!!! Wish I had more time here.

Quiet, clean, and lots of history!

The town has a lot of history and you can tour all the old building from the fort. The rv park itself was quite with very clean facilities. Only wish they could add a dog park and kids play area (they have the room).

Little paradise!!

This is a tiny gem in the middle of the desert! It’s so deceiving even as your getting off of I-80 it looks kinda like a dump. It’s small but very pretty and relaxing. No pool, no kids playground, just beautiful grass, trees, and a little creek! It does have full hook-ups, bathrooms, a laundry room, and a tiny little store where they sell ice cream and home grown beef from the local ranchers!

Great family campsite

Can’t explain it but I just love this campsite. Not the biggest or best KOA I’ve been too but the mixture of the friendly staff, clean campsites, and cool little gift shop just gets me! Stay here you won’t regret it!

Best in town!!

Just passing through and not expecting much but this campground surprised me. It’s clean with friendly staff and plenty of shade trees! Amenities: full hook-ups, small swimming pool/spa, dog park, playground, good sized game room with pool/air hockey/ping-pong/and foosball! Definitely would stay here again!!

Unplug and get away from generic campgrounds!!

We were nervous driving from Westgate Yellowstone to this campground not knowing if any sites would be available as this is a first come first served campground. Got here on Thursday morning and there were 4 sites available. This is a great campsite for tents and camper vans, However we have a 31’ travel trailer with one slide-out. It fit in site 6 with no problems. There are no hook ups at this campground, you do have access to fresh water and non-plumbed toilets. They do allow generators between 8 and 10, however  we did not run ours very much because people come here to get away from the noise. Each site is $15 a night and comes with a table/bench and fire pit. They use the envelope system so make sure you put your tag on your campsite post to secure your location. The Creek allows swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing. As expected the water is not clear and can get a little choppy when the wind picks up. All-and-all this was the first time in our trip that we truly felt disconnected and could relax. It’s worth the extra drive! Take some time and drive further into the valley it is gorgeous. Also the camp-host is very helpful and friendly. P.S. If you need to dump your tanks the Virginia RV park in Jackson let’s you dump your tanks for $15.

Solid campground, just a little cramped!

Campground is in a great location close to Yellowstone entrance. It’s a big campground and as expected it can be a little cramped. I recommend getting a site away from the main road and traffic noise. It has a large indoor pool that the kids loved, also has a coffee shop, breakfast grill, a dog area, and a large playground. All-in-all a very solid campground with a convenient location.

A great campground tucked away from the crowds!!

Was able to get a last-minute reservation here when the other more popular campgrounds were full. It’s 22 miles from the entrance of Yellowstone but it’s not a bad drive. Friendly staff with clean and quiet campgrounds! It has a huge playground area for the kids. Sorry no pool but Henery’s lake is within a 1/2 mile. The lake is probably not good for swimming but great for fishing.  We will definitely come back here in the future!

The wifey did not like the location!

Solid KOA campground with all the amenities you would expect including a pool and spa. Location of the campground is near the downtown area, with that you get all the noise of the city; traffic, sirens, and train horns. However it was the questionable downtown crowd the wifey didn’t like and didn’t feel as safe in this campground as she did others. And just a side note she was born and raised in Fresno which is basically the armpit of California lol, jk…………so when she says an area is “sketchy” I believe her.

Good for a quick stay

Campsites are a little close with no privacy and there are no sewer connections at the individual sites. There are two dump sites on the backside of the store. Pretty much gravel throughout with some grass at the smaller sites. Amenities: kids playground area with grass, a small fenced dog park, horseshoes, picnic table at each site (no fire pits at the pull through sites). Inside the store: pool table, table tennis, and a foosball table. Overall a good clean campsite to hold you over for a day or two.