Stayed here one night & it was just what we were looking for. Nice campground with vault toilet, water pump, picnic table & fire ring. Our site was on the creek. It was pretty buggy during the day, but nothing that bit. There is a great hiking trail just up the road & lots of ATVs driving by.
This site has multiple campgrounds. You have to reserve them online through Reserveamerica.com, and it is NOT an easy site to navigate. Otherwise, we were driving through & this was an excellent spot for the kids to cool off in the water & spend the night. There were trees for some shade. It has vault toilets & a water pump. Campsite has a nice tent pad, firering, & picnic table. There were bugs, but we were not bothered by mosquitoes. Sunset & sunrise were beautiful!
This was our basecamp for Grand Teton National Park. We lucked into a site that someone had cancelled their reservation. I guess reservations are all online these days, but we met the awesome camp host, Don, who helped us get our site (#10) right on the creek! There are 10 sites & a "meadow" with a vault toilet, water pumps, fire ring & grill, bear box & a dumpster. It is right off the road, so you can hear road noise, but not bad. Lots of pine trees make the sites feel private.
We drove through Yellowstone & came out the west side to find this great first come, first served national park. We have been tent camping all around Yellowstone & this campground is one of our favorites! Lots of trees seperate each site & give privacy. Vault toilets are very clean. There are water spigots around the campground. You can hear some road noise occasionally, but I did not find it bad. The town of West Yellowstone is close & cute, too.
Very close to the north entrance to Yellowstone. These spots were as described here. We saw the pretty little overlook spot, but it was too small & windy for us. We went further down the road (it turns more west) & saw the graffiti wall & went past that to a great secluded spot. It does seem to be used by locals to dump their hunting carcasses & for target practice, but you can't beat the price of FREE. We did sleep in the truck my husband has customized to be our 'hard sided camper' & has a good night's rest. It was quiet & dark & a little cold - perfect for sleeping!
We were so lucky to find this campground! It is a perfect base camp for exploring the east entrance to Yellowstone Nat'l Park. We were looking for a tent camping site & found exactly what we wanted in the lower loop sites #38 & 37. These are RV sites without hookups ($30/night). These sites are reserved through an online site, but the attendant helped us make our reservation when we drove up. The only bad thing is that people reserve sites online & then don't show up. Because the sites are "reserved" no one else can camp there. There is a vault toilet & water pump. The upper loop has very nice pay showers. Firewood is available for a donation or you can collect your own. We have stayed here 8 days & loved it!
So glad to find this great little campsite on our way to Yellowstone! We like to camp away from crowds & we were the only campers at this sweet little 10 site campground. It is free national forest camping with a vault toilet. There is a campground host. It us near a stream & of course, beautiful views at the campsite and on the way there.
The brochure said '10 tent sites', but when we got there, they do not allow tent camping. The ladies in the office were very, very helpful in trying to look up other campgrounds in the area for us.
Great little campground! You have to drive a looong way down dirt roads through the Black Hills Nat'l Forest. There is a camp host to check in with & pay the camping fee. There is water, but the Forest Service does not really want campers using it. It is down by the camp host & he has to get a handle to work the spigot. The toilets are vault & they stink. My kids love to fish the lake. I love to do the Cliff Swallows Trail (3.7 mile loop). Beautiful scenery.
Beautiful remote campground! We were the only campers. The campground was easy to find from directions on here. The vault toilet was clean. We saw so many birds, deer, fish & turtles, and of course, the beautiful landscape.