Great little KOA. Awesome views of the Absaroka range. Book early. Tent sites were great. Nice dog park, small though.
Fantastic little campground first come/serve. Get there early! Sites fill up quick, usually by 8-9am. Right on the lake with awesome swimming. Not crowded like others in the park.
This is a well kept secret. Great campground. Road not terrible to the canyon. Plenty of hiking options from the campground. Pit toilets not the greatest. Plenty of sites able to reserve and walk in first come/serve. Also, national forest area great for dispersed if no sites available.
This was a great campground. Rough road through the elk reserve to the top of the canyon. Plenty of sites with spacious flat spots for tents, provided fire rings and grills, bear storage, picnic tables. Pit toilets were immaculate that the host cleans every morning! Available water and dump stations. Views are amazing at the top of the canyon. Plenty of dispersed camping if spots are taken. My favorite spot in the area by far.
Crowded state park with decent facilities. beautiful lake access. take the time to visit chief Joseph.
Had a fantastic time here. Wonderful facilities. Best bathrooms and shower facilities I’ve ever seen for a campground. Excellent views of Devils Tower all around. played “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” every night at 8, so cool! Camp store is good for all the essentials and a bite to eat if you are tired of cooking. Plenty of places for pups to roam as well. Highly recommend staying here.
Tent sIte. VIsIted in July. Extremely hot (>100) for 2 nights. mosquitos were insane! I usually expect them this time of year, but apparently they were especially awful this year per camp owners. bathrooms were sub par on the cleanliness side. dog area was nice. camp store very limited