This is a lovely campground on the eastern slope of the Sierras. Although it's not far from Hwy 108 and I395 it is a very quiet spot. Robinson Creek winds by both loops and makes for a restful night's sleep with it's constant burbling. The sites were very clean and the tent pads were raked level and ready for our tent. No hookups or water at the sites, although it's not far away. Deer meander through the camground throughout the day. We would definitely stay here again.
Full hookup campground in the heart of Yellowstone. This is a large, busy campground with oddly shaped spots where you park beside your trailer. Big rigs may find it a tight fit but our small trailer was fine. Nearby store is well stocked and gas was available as well. Lake Lodge and Lake Hotel are nearby and offer lots of food choices. Showers were adequate but busy and expect to wait during peak season. No wifi or cell service. If you are looking for scenery you won't find it here, but it's a great base for your Yellowstone explorations due to the central location.
NOTE: Only hard-sided units are allowed here due to bears frequenting the campground.
We stayed here on our way to Yellowstone. Has most of the usual KOA amenities: clean bathrooms, pool, cabins, full hookup RV spots, and a few tent spots. Even has a couple of teepees. Very friendly staff and a well stocked store/deli. Near Craters of the Moon National Monument. The town of Arco was charming and has an interesting history as the first nuclear-powered city in the US. If our travels take us this way in the future we'll camp here again!