Rhonda S.
San Luis Obispo, CA
Joined July 2018
We camp WITH our dogs about 50+ nights a year!!
Super basic but clean

There’s really no where else to camp in this area that is convenient to the freeway. We walked in with no reservation and got a pull through spot with a bit of grass. Full hookups, no fire pits, but picnic tables at each spot. Pool, pet park, bathrooms, and free showers. Quiet park but nobody was outside cause it was 102!! We relaxed in the trailer with a/c until it cooled off to the low 90’s which was at about 8pm. Good for one night as you’re traveling through though.

Huge spots!

Great location minutes from Crater Lake. We walked in with no reservation and easily found a spot. They have some electric hook ups but we took a dry spot(same price, $31.00). Many pull through. Bathrooms and free showers. Store, gas station. Picnic tables and fire pits at every spot. My only gripe was since the campsites are so large you get lots of families utilizing one spot so it gets really loud once everyone gets back from day excursions. We had 2-3 families in one spot next to us with 4-5 screaming kids riding their scooters around until dark. So perhaps look for a spot that doesn’t have 8-10 chairs around it if you’re looking for a quiet spot.

A gem in the middle of the forest

We stumbled on this campground with no reservations and it turned into one of our favorites. Large spots with hardly anyone around. Beautiful trees everywhere. No hookups but water available and bathrooms. Fires pits and picnic tables. We were able to have the dogs off leash cause there was nobody around. I think it was $10 bucks. Worth every penny!!!

First to Review
Great location

We got very lucky and walked in with no reservation. The host was so nice and gave us one of the 2 remaining although the sign said full. Pull through spots with lots of grass. Bathrooms and free showers. Full hookups. Picnic tables but no fire pits(hence the 4 star instead of 5). Perfect location to explore DT Bend!!

Perfect location

We made reservations for a trailer 6 months in advance since we read campgrounds full early and we brought our dogs so needed hookups in case of hot weather. This campground is PERFECT if you want to see both the Grand Tetons AND Yellowstone. It’s literally 3 minutes from the south entrance to Yellowstone. Very large pull through spaces. Firepits, picnic tables, and bear lockers at every spot. Laundry available. Clean bathrooms and free showers. Store, gas station, and restaurant/bar. Super quiet and empty during the day cause everyone is out exploring. Fills up at 6pm but never loud.

Great location

Great location right off the freeway. Large, manicured spots. Many pull through. Bathrooms and free showers. Walked in with no reservations and they easily accommodated us. Full hookups. Lots of amenities and services however we didn’t use any since we pulled in late and left early.

First to Review
Best KOA we’ve ever seen!

We were hesitant to camp at a KOA because we prefer something more remote but this one was perfection. Near the highway(not close enough to hear anything) but backed up to the most beautiful mountains to watch the clouds roll in. Large grassy sites, full hookups, pool, bathrooms and free showers. Fire pits and picnic tables. Quiet. Surpringly hardly any kids. We loved this spot. We walked in with no reservations.

Peaceful, beautiful, great location

Beautiful 20 spot campground across from the snake river. Tents and RV welcome. No hookups but water spickets available. Clean bathrooms. Picnic tables, fire rings, and very large spots. Some pull through. Great location out of Jackson Hole just a short drive from the Grand Tetons. Campground sits in a gorge so mountains and trees as far as you can see. We walked in and easily had our choice of over 15 open spots. Was only $10-$15 bucks I think.