Love this place! The lakeside space is awesome and makes for a relaxing getaway with some beautiful alpine views. And diablo lake is a gem always changing coloring depending on the lighting…truly magical! Make sure you bring bug spray if headed out in July. My only negative is all the summer weekends reserve out way early in the season :(
This was a large campground. Nothing particularly special about it but flush toilets and a close overnight to have easy access to the thermal region of the park. I mean it’s Yellowstone National Park so that in and of itself makes it an awesome place but the campground was just a typical campground. Don’t take this review as bad, I’ve just stayed in some really cool campgrounds!
Nice campground close to Hurricane Ridge which is really what makes this campground rock!! Only been during the week and it was easy to secure a first come, first serve site. Flush toilets, water available. $20/night. Always a nice overnight if I want to head out to Hurricane ridge and not drive back to the city.
If you are staying overnight at Hoh Rainforest, this campground delivers a magical experience. Loop A offers more open camping with less tree cover. As you move to loops B and C you enter the forest and get to open your tent door to a view out of a ferry tale or perhaps Jurassic Park depending on your perspective with the dangling moss and we’ll established forest. $20/night, clean bathrooms with flush toilets to boot. Loved our overnight and would recommend if you want to spend a day hiking the Hoh river trail.