Before I moved from Wyoming, I spent most weekends there from the time the snow melted. I things have changed some but my family still spends all summer and fall up there. There are no services but it's a wonderful place to stay.
It's been 12 years since I stayed a week in Yellowstone and this place still stays in my heart. This will always be the most beautiful place on earth to me. You can stay for a month and still not see everything.
Spent a partly rainy weekend at this park. They have so many things to do but we just enjoyed watching our son play and enjoy the playground and sandbox by the dam with another child. It was a peaceful campground probably because of the rain but it but it was quiet and nice. The sites are definitely not level but some adjustments and it's all good.
We stayed at campsite 81 and it had plenty of room for our family of 3 human and 2 K-9's. Very pretty area and the playground close to us was a great benefit. Highly recommend the campground but some spaces are tight and blindside back. Added: The lady running the Rangers station was the absolute nicest person so far at all the State Parks we've been to.
We have not camped here but being close to home we go often. The hiking is easy enough up to the falls that our child could do this even when he was 4. You can go down and play in the falls as well. This is a beautiful place!
Only areas 1 & 3 are open. Friday night was very nice and what you would expect for March camping. Area 3 does have a swing set but only two swings put up. Our 6 year old loved that part the best. Saturday it rained most of the day so we didn't get to explore much. We left early because they were calling for severe weather.