We stayed in the South Prong Tent Area, not to be confused with the South Prong Primitive area (which you have to hike into).
We stayed on site SU037. There is no tree cover, which is ok if you want that morning sun warmth, but know that if it gets super windy (which apparently happens a lot here), your tent will need to be stable. Gusts up to 53 mph were reported when we stayed.
The view is outstanding at this site. You are not able to drive into the site; there are parking strips blocking the way. So you have to walk your gear in about 60 feet. To me, this is suitable for a ground tent but not a roof top tent or camping trailer.
There is easy access to great hiking trails, which this area is known for. If you want to see some great views, be sure and pack a lot of water and snacks and start early.
There are also free roaming bison everywhere. We even had one come into the camp ground while we were making pancakes, but he just observed from a distance and moved on.
In site SU037, there isn’t a huge distance from each site, so if it was fully booked, expect to hear your neighbors.
There was plenty of small trails and area for the kids to explore, but be mindful of the small cliff about 70 ft from the back of the campsite.
TP was not stocked in the vault bathrooms, so bring your own.
Overall we would stay here again. The view was amazing, great hiking, clean air, geological interest, quiet.