Campground
Melissa H.
Reviewed Jun. 27, 2021

This is not camping. This is an anthill.

We stopped here for a night en route to another location. As soon as we pulled in I wanted to leave. I have never seen so many people in one campground before! It looked like a state fairground!

The sites were mere feet apart - no privacy and hardly any room to set up so much as a lawn chair. If there were half the amount of people, it would have been lovely. The plot of land is pretty and runs right alongside the Yellowstone River - the only spot we found any respite. There was mini-golf, a pool, hot tub, a laughably small fenced in dog “run”, a neat looking themed playground, a restaurant, ice cream social, and store. Also on site were bathroom and shower facilities and laundry, though we did not use those, so I can’t speak to its cleanliness, etc.

My young boys thought it was pretty awesome, and I agree - it could have been if there were half the people.

If you do choose to stay, be sure to grab a burger or breakfast sandwich at Whole Hog. The owner has a trailer on site that he turned into a food truck and makes a damn good burger. He was such a nice, personable guy and probably the best part of our stay.

  • Yellowstone River
  • mini golf (first thing in the AM so there weren’t many people out)
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