Very large Resort with a lot of level lots pull thru and back ins. All have power,water, and sewage. It’s so large you can get lost in it .. they even have a guy that comes in to wash your RV for a reasonable fee. Does a great job too.
Nice campground for all. Has a lake to fish for a nominal price. Spaces are nice and wide some have full hookups others are just electric & water. They have no hookups to. Location is nice to get to town JT or the national Park. The only thing is no laundry here.
Very nice spots for a 40 ft classA or any large RV. Pretty level with nice views. All have water,electric but no sewer. Our site is 11 and it is right off the beach and no campers are able to block our view. Again a awesome lake for kids because you can walk out in the lake pretty far before it gets deep.
If coming from Idaho Falls stay on 30 Hwy till Montpelier then take 89 hwy to St Charles. If ya coming from Jackson Wy stay on 89 Hwy . If ya need Groc stop at the store in Montpelier. Google will take you the shorter way which you will be traveling on a very dusty dirt road for 6 miles or more. Sometimes the shorter way isn’t the best way. Sites are pretty level they have electric some with water and some with 50amps. They all have picnic tables no sewer. They have a dump station for that. Beach area is sandy and water is very shallow so if you have kids not to worry so much. Water is a turquoise color very cool like your in the Caribbean. Pics coming soon waiting for the smoke to clear from the west fires. Here for 5 days today is Sept 13 2020.
Stayed for 3 days while visiting Black Hills National Park, Crazy Horse, Mt Rushmore and museums. Price is reasonable has shade and tables under canopy full hookups and pool.
Not in Comanche Park but real close. Very remote pretty level sites you can get. Some area have WiFi others not. Custer town is close by also Crazy Horse, Mt Rushmore, and plenty of lakes..
Very level boon docking sites with a grand view of the Tetons. Your only allowed to stay for 5 days due to the views. The dirt road that you come in is a little rocky but not bad. I have a 40ft class A with no problems getting to site. You just have to travel around 5 mph or slower in some spots.