Love this campground! Good location, great hosts, distance between sites. Clean and well kept. Can choose if you want a site in the trees, in an open area or backing up to willows. Hosts dropped by one evening to let us know that a bear had been sighted in the campground. We appreciated their care of the campers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Some sites do have power, but fill up fast. Most are shaded in the pine trees. Very nice area and friendly campground host. It is in bear territory so you must use caution with food storage. There are lockers provided for this reason. Large level sites available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A decent FS campground just 3 miles north of West Yellowstone. They have some electric sites, but most do not. We chose no electric since they were closer to the highway (we camp in a hybrid trailer). Real quiet on a Sunday night. You can occasionally hear road traffic, but very little traffic during the nighttime. I would camp here again. Hosts were very friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All I can say is that I have read about Baker's Hole and always wanted to come here. Well, I got my chance and we were NOT disappointed. We had a pull through site over looking the Madison River. Excellent 50 amp power. Great satellite view. Verizon Cell service was good. Fill with water on way into the CG and you'll be set. Some of the cleanest, composting toilets I've ever come across. What a beautiful spot. We stay will definitely return! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a first come first serve campground with vault toilets and no shower or dump facilities. Some of the sites (ours) had 20/30/50A hookups. There are ample spigots for getting water. Roads are paved sites are gravel with table and fire ring. Park hosts were friendly and did a good job keeping park neat and clean. This is a hidden treasure on Hwy 191 just a few miles from West Yellowstone. This will be a definite stop on our list again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This state park campground is a jewel. Only 3 miles from the west entrance to Yellowstone N.P., and only two miles north of West Yellowstone. The level, semi-paved, well shaded, forest campsites are well spaced and most are far enough off the main highway to avoid road noise. A very few sites have electric service, most have no water, electric or waste hookups. Toilets appear to be vault toilets. No showers but a coin-op shower is available in West Yellowstone. An added bonus is access to the Madison River within 150 feet of some of the campsite units. We paid $14 for an electric site with our N.P. access card. Regular price was $22. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Best campground near Yellowstone National Park; only a few miles to West Entrance. Many sites with electric hookup. Sites are well-spaced, level and most are shady. The two host couples are helpful and friendly. Town of West Yellowstone has lots to do - IMAX, Discovery Center, museum, restaurants (we like Three Bears), shops, excellent visitors center. Groceries are higher than in larger towns. Campground could use a dump station. Golden Age rate is $14 with electric and $8 without. Sites cannot be reserved but you can "reserve" site that is occupied for next day by paying and placing tag on post behind theirs - host let us do this to move from non-electric to electric. Some highway noise at sites closest to road. No problems for bigger rigs with roads or branches. Last year a herd of bison went through campground, including our site,fun to watch from inside the motor home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fantastic location along the Madison River 3 miles from the gate at West Yellowstone. This is a National Forest campground with electric hook ups for $22/night. Large flat spots with plenty of space between. The upgraded sites and solitude are worth the drive a half hour into Yellowstone to get to Madison. Stock up on provisions before you get to West Yellowstone. Food was far more expensive in either of the "supermarkets" than in Idaho or Jackson WY. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent about 10 days at this CG. This is the type of CG we prefer to stay in, we are not fond of commercial CGs. Had a young Bull Moose in our site one morning, now that's what I'm talking about. At stated the entrance could use some work and a dump station would be nice. The $20 reflect a senior pass and a second vehicle. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park, HOWEVER, the trees alongside of the exit road are badly in need of a good trimming. We drove into the park, found out they did not have a site that would work for us and then as we were leaving we scratched our paint on tress that were impossible to miss. Grrrrrr. Glad I bought that buffer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Baker's Hole is a nice little campground just outside of West Yellowstone, Montana. I was tent camping at site 61 which was adjacent to the Madison River: 20 yards away through brush. While the campground and my site were nice: my overall experience was very poor. I stayed 2 nights and paid for a 3rd night after the second night. On that second night, the group next to me kept me up until 2:00 AM with their loud talking around the campfire. I was not going to continue staying next to this group and I asked for a refund when one of the hosts drove by at 6:30 on his golf cart. (This host is in the first site you encounter, not the second host.) I was told there would be no refund and that I shouldn't complain to a host about the loudness of the group next door. Since I don't want to be "that guy," I didn't contact a host about the loudness. I stated that in this economy, was he really going to be like this and charge me for something I wouldn't be using? He said that they would be hurt too if they offered a refund. Since I'm sure my unused campsite was again charged that night since it was the best remaining available campsite: this campground got double payments for the night. So, this host and the campground certainly weren't hurt by my leaving and they couldn't refunded my money. This "host" was very rude and I left completely furious. The second "host" and his wife with the little dog were very nice. This campground should have one of the hosts do a quick drive by after quiet hour has begun to see if there are any campsites which may cause potential noise problems. I would also completely avoid the "host" in the first campsite because he is not friendly and was very rude to me. Also, never pay a day in advance at this campground. We camped here in a Tent.
There are plenty of sites for a big rig. There are both shaded and open sites along the Madison River. There are several natural artesian wells at the campground that you can use instead of the water spigots. Dump station in town at Grizzly RV is $6. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are 33 sites here with electric: 20/30A. Our Verizon Air Card didn't work here. This national forest campground is very pleasant along the Madison River. Beware of various fishing regulations within the campground. For some portions you will need a Yellowstone N.P. fishing license and the other areas outside the park you will need a Montana license. Our 40' motorhome would fit in many sites but some sites need tree trimming and especially the curve at the Exit. We scraped the pine trees along the side of our motorhome: not pretty. There are vault toilets and water spigots. There is no dump station. A few of the sites are on the river. The electric sites will have a lot of road noise. This park is very popular and there are no reservations so get there early in the day, if possible. It opens May 1 through Oct 1 at the 6600' elevation. This campground is on U.S. 191 about 3 miles north of West Yellowstone, just past the airport. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located on the Madison River, this campground is quite close to town for shopping convenience. Great forest scenery with very large, private sites. Numerous big rigs here. We rate this campground high as we prefer electricity only. In spite of trees surrounding the sites, we had good satellite and Verizon air card reception. Cel phone access however, was problematic. Rate quoted is based on Golden Age Passport. Stayed here 4 nights and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Golden Age with electric. This is a National Forest CG in the Gallatin National Forest. Nice campground just 4 miles from West Yellowstone, MT, which has full services and many things to do. Campground is only 5 miles from West Entrance to Yellowstone NP. 33 sites have electric. Several sites along Madison River without electric. Adequately spaced sites with lots of trees. Fishing in river. No showers or dump station. Closest dump station is at RV park in town with a fee. Campground is located right along western border of Yellowstone NP. A herd of about 20 bison (females and calves) came right through our site one evening! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were accepted before the regular season had started. The park still seems like it was just built. You cannot be any closer to the west entrance of the park. The RV park is all gravel and easy to access with very wide spots that allowed us to park our car next to the RV. The 2 gratis tickets to the Imax and discount in the YTP store were nice perks too. If you are not going to stay at the RV too much and like us, will spend most of your time inside Yellowstone, then this park will work for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very new park, limited trees, everything is gravel, located at the entrance to the park. The campground is part of the Yellowstone Trading Post which includes the Grizzly and wolves preserve as well as the IMAX. The campground fee includes two IMAX tickets, additional are at a discount. The other reviewer is correct, this is not a first class campground, but what it is, a place to park the rig so you can spend time in the park. Yes, the world class campground down the street has 10 square feet of grass, they are very booked up and difficult to get in. This place, for us, was a welcome place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$66 a night for a pull-through with no grass, no trees, no pavement? No thanks. For the same price one can stay within walking distance of this place, at literally a world-class RV park for the same money. This park is not worth more than $35 a night, even considering West Yellowstone prices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No frills RV Park. Brand new so not everything is ready. Laundry wasn't completed yet. Will be paving the sites soon. No shade. Friendly manager. Good location - adjacent to park entrance and easy walk to downtown area. Good place if you're not looking for amenities. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed here for the last three years. I find the CG clean and quite. The staff very friendly and helpful. I find that the prices in the Cafe' are consistent with other are eatery's in the area. The food is good and you get a Montana size order for your money. I recommend this CG for someone who are looking for a rustic CG without the noise and clutter of a more modern facility. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
The Campfire Lodge Resort is ideally situated on the Madison River. If you fly fish, it's apparently one of the places to be. The camp office includes fly fishing supplies, which I am unqualified to comment on since I don't fish at all. The office includes a cafe which serves a great breakfast if you are prepared to wait. Go with friends or fellow campers and chat among yourselves. The breakfast is worth the wait. Other campers did not come to dinner every night, but they were certainly friendly enough. We were cautioned the balance of our payment would be due in cash upon arrival. We also noted there is an ATM at the office. It sounds like these issues are being addressed by the new owners. We checked in and they pointed us in the direction of our site. We were at the far end of the camp sites and my wife maneuvered our 35 ft motorhome through the camp with no problem. I noted other reviewers (with travel trailers) found this "challenging". I watched an Itasca pull out of a tight spot and go all the way around the camp, slowly and cautiously, unscathed and with no apparent problems. On the way out my wife made a wrong turn toward some sites along the river edge and still got out OK without having to back up or make other corrections other than to go slow and easy. In short, the roads through the camp are navigable. As we surveyed our site, someone from the office came up to make sure we got settled in OK. So we did have help. I could not find the full hookups. The electricity was on a tree! That's the way they are. It was a 110 VAC outlet so I had to use an adapter for our 30 amp connector. I had one and by the time I was ready the camp staffer rolled up with an adapter in case we needed it. The hookup was on the right side when we backed into the site so I needed a 50 ft extension cable to reach. Water was nearby on a standpipe, also on the wrong side, requiring a 50 ft hose. The sewer was immediately adjacent to our utility cabinet so an easy stretch. However, a previous camper had apparently run over it on the way out and crushed the pipe, which fell into the sewer. The new owner saw it and had it repaired within 24 hours. I photographed it! The "repair" consisted of a new pipe held in place by softball-sized rocks that were held in place by expanding insulation foam! It wasn't pretty but it certainly worked well. It was as good as any sewer hookup we've had. I turned on one air conditioner as we were setting up and blew the fuse within five minutes. Our adjacent neighbor came over and explained he was on the same circuit. He is a seasonal camper & said we would be unable to run the air conditioners because the camp electric could not support it! We ran a fan without blowing anything. On our last night there, we lost power twice during the night but only briefly. Hookups are one of the challenges the new owners need to address. Electric is obvious. I would recommend they pour some concrete around the sewer hookups to harden them against damage from large RVs. There was a very large wooden deck at our site. Several sites in the camp have these. They were apparently constructed by prior campers who kept sites for the entire season. The deck at our site was under our awning when we backed in. Our steps extended right onto the deck. It was ideal. There was a field of wildflowers behind us with mountains beyond that. The river was about 75 yards in front of us. We could hear it from our spot. We could not have been more pleased with the location. I scouted sites for our return. If we are unable to get the same spot next year, there are several sites with riverfront access I have noted as alternates. Cabin Creek and the Madison River bound the camp on two sides. There are plenty of waterfront sites and those that are not are nice shaded sites. The sites along the Madison reminded us of a campsite we used in Bavaria when we were a lot younger ! There are horseshoe pits and volleyball nets near the camp office/entrance. There's no cable TV, Internet access or even satellite radio reception. I guess the adjacent mountains are high enough to inhibit signals. I did see satellite TV dishes out. I've rated it 9 out of 10 because we felt the hookups need work. We are planning to return next year with our son who is a fisherman. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very old and rustic campground. The location offsets most negatives for me. The new owners (for two seasons) have improved on customer relations. I will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Where to start? My husband and I stayed three nights in this campground in August of 2009. The campground was easy to find because it is right off the highway and did provide nice shady spots. We paid for the first night as a deposit and were told the rest of the payment would be due when we first arrived which we were perfectly okay with. However, what we weren't told prior to our arrival was the remainder of the payment had to be made in cash which was nearly $80. The campground was actually very small and between trees and power lines, it was difficult to maneuver into our spot. Unlike previous campgrounds we had been to, no one offered to help us find or get settled into our spot. Our first night there, we decided to laundry and the laundry facilities were clean and operational. However, as soon as we put our clothes in the dryer, the entire campground lost power and didn't get it back for three hours. When we said we had just put our money in the dryer, the lady in the office shrugged us off and just said we'd have to pay to start it again. The views of the river were nice but you had to walk to them and the office was very full every morning of campers and fly fishers coming in for breakfast. We did not eat at the cafe due to the prices. We were yelled at by another camper when we were dumping the tank for shower water because he thought we were dumping our sewer water when that was not allowed. Other fellow campers at this site were also not particularly friendly. I would not stay at this campground again or recommend it to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We could not fit into the site with our 31 foot 5th. We were asked if we had a water faucet splitter so that we could share the faucet with our neighbor. The plug for our electrical hookup was on a tree. It was a household plug. We were told it was actually 30 amps but we had better be careful because it was very easy to blow the fuses and put everyone out of power. The sewer hookup had an old rug over it and was covered with ants. Needless to say the owners would not give us our deposit back. To call this an RV park is a farce. Beautiful location but a horrible campground!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped four nights on the Madison River between Hebgan Dam and Quake Lake. The owner is one stand up guy, very helpful. There is a very good cafe which they serve a Mountain-sized breakfast. The showers and rest rooms were very clean. They also have cabins for rent. This is a very rustic campground which has been in operation since 1949. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We, 3 couples in 3 trailers stayed here an entire week while exploring Yellowstone. I made reservations early, by phone, and we had 3 adjoining sites. Yes, its a gravel lot, and yes it is small and right in town. But overall the stay was very pleasant. We did have a few shade trees, the bathrooms were spotless and the dogs were welcome. There was a little traffic on the side road, apartment buildings behind us, but the neighbors were quiet. Most folks, like us, took off for the park all day and returned in the evening. The hosts were friendly and helpful, everything in town is close and we were given a map and directions. If you just want a quiet place to park and go explore this is the park for you. If you want manicured lawns and a swimming pool don't come. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed this small, friendly park. The sites were small but manageable. Hosts very friendly & helpful; very good Verizon service. The bathrooms were small but clean, and the location was excellent -- you could walk or bicycle anywhere in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a massive disappointment as this park has come so highly recommended. We'd been looking forward to a trip here for months. We sent a reservation request via the form on their website for 9/3 or 9/4 for a week stay. They gave us dates and I responded to the email saying I would be calling. When we finally got a call to go through 30 minutes later (kept getting disconnected prior to someone answering), they did not honor the dates sent in the email. They said they do not do reservations via email for security reasons yet they have a reservation form online. I am pretty sure I won't ever be camping here: what a shame. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price quoted includes tax, but reflects Escapee 15% discount. Because a huge snow pile left from the winter blocked us from being able to pull through, we were given the rate for a back-in site - very generous, I thought! As others have said, what the park lacks in size, it more than makes up for in convenience and friendliness. All sites are gravel, and although cozy, each site has a little concrete patio and picnic table. Excellent 50 amp power, good-tasting (and soft) water, free Wi-Fi. Our Verizon phone and Mi-Fi Air Card worked well here. Perfect base for exploring Yellowstone National Park, with lots of little restaurants, an IMax theater, museum, Grizzly bear experience within walking/biking distance. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Perfect campground for trips into Yellowstone. Talk to the manager, he'll bend over backwards to help you or make your stay more enjoyable. The campground isn't a big one, but the full hookups are excellent and the price is very good for this area. West Yellowstone is a great town to poke around, with an Imax and Bear/Wolf Discovery Center for an out of the park day. If you tow a toad to make trips into the park, this campground is for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very small campground with RV's packed in tight, but the location is ideal and the folks who run the place are wonderful. Utilities & internet worked well. Bathrooms were not fancy, but very clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The folks running this place were very helpful and friendly. If your rig is very large, I can understand that it may be rather difficult to maneuver in and out. Park is in town and you can walk just about anywhere. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here at the beginning of the season just after a heavy snow storm. The ground was wet and very muddy. The staff was polite and helpful, however the place was very tight. Getting out when the park is full is nearly impossible. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It was easy to find, and was away from strip noise. There was a very helpful and nice manager. We paid for a back in site and received a pull through site for the same price. There was free wifi and cable. This is a small,in town campground and very close to Yellowstone. We will stay here,again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Camped here in the May before the season started. The camp is very small and the sites are very hard to get in. If its full you can not move in the park. It looks like they made the park from a vacant lot and tried to put as many spots that they can. The manager and his wife live in a fifth wheeler and are very rude. We had maybe 12” from our table to the next RV, and the table was on top of the sewer. I will not stay at this place again and will not recommend it not even for one night. There is a nice large campground (Lionshead RV Resort) on the other side of town at the same cost and much nicer and bigger. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small older park. Same remark as other reviews. Why put the sewer 12 inches above the ground Free Wi-Fi was slow and intermittent. Six pull-throughs and the rest are tight back in spaces. West Yellowstone town has all the amenities and is a good base camp to visit Yellowstone Park. I recommend the GPS Virtual Tour (http://virtualtourguide.net/) as it covers all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The price is pretty good considering you get free wifi and cable. Both worked well. It's very close to the park entrance and downtown stuff. The staff was very nice. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
With the Escapees discount, this was $29, a relatively good overnight rate for West Y but the park is pretty bare. Just a gravel corner, with rigs stashed in. Close to quiet end of town, with friendly hosts. Clean bathroom not much used. No laundry. Good cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Wish the sewer cap wasn't so high; made dumping tanks a gravity challenge. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very small RV campground. 30 amp hook ups are available. Friendly staff, office is a 5th wheel trailer. Staff is very friendly and helpful. The outstanding feature of this park is that is only a few blocks from the downtown shopping center of the town of West Yellowstone. Price is very reasonable, compared to the KOA a few miles south of the town. Only about 2 blocks is a large bay wash rack, can accommodate medium sized RV's. Has nearby restaurants. Would use the site again to visit Yellowstone National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New manager rude and deceitful. Sites vary in price according to the manager's whims. Electricity goes from 90 volts to 100 volts. Sites are not kept up well, they are muddy and uneven, no fire rings and no picnic tables. Laundry is unavailable to campers between 7am and 4pm because the staff uses the one washer and dryer to clean the motel linen. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a lovely park, with great friendly staff. General store has all your needs in case you forgot something. It's the view that will make you want to extend your stay. The lake is full of trout and the sunsets are divine, but then of course this is Montana. Snow is melting rapidly, so there is the odd area of mud which is expected. 18 miles from the Yellowstone west gate which makes for a great day trip or three. The town of West Yellowstone has lots going on with a market, lots of restaurants and all the t-shirt shops and fishing shops you will need. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very small park in what amounts to an alley between buildings, mostly seasonal residents. Poor layout, very crowded, manager was the best thing about the park, very friendly and helpful. You would need a short rig, we had trouble fitting our 34 ft in a tight space. Might want to look for a better location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Brand new store, Pizzeria, bath house, and laundry. Great staff and management. Very helpful with park information. Tours pick up at campground rodeo, and horseback riding is less than 1/2 a mile away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We paid $65 a night for a grassy, unlevel spot with no cable TV and unreliable wireless internet access. There is no way this qualifies as a "resort" and just barely qualifies as an RV park. It would be overpriced at half the cost. If you decide to go anyway, bring some 4x4's to level your camper. If you get the same site I was in you'll need them! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park with nice views. Only 7 miles away from West Yellowstone entrance. Super fast, newly installed internet. Friendly and helpful staff. Office was undergoing a remodel. The only complaint I have about this park is the mosquitos could have picked me up and carried me away. We had a difficult time being outside at all. Rate reflects Good Sam with two adults and 1 child. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is way over priced but it is cheaper than most others in the area. Mostly level sites but some have dips and holes which make leveling hard. This is in no way a resort. The only amenity is free Wi-Fi, which worked well only sometimes. There is no pool, cable TV. There are some ponds but that hardly qualifies for a resort! Staff is friendly and mostly helpful. Close to West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We got a site which way out of level, and not a pull through. The restroom where very humid with insufficient ventilation, my glasses where foggy when I went to the bathroom. Our site was very basic electric and water only, we paid three times what this site was worth. We will never stay there again. The only positive is that it is well located with a nice view. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a good example of a business taking advantage of people because they can. We came to Yellowstone Park on a whim so didn't have camping reservations ahead. Lions Head was the only park that had an opening when we called. The camp sites are not level, parking is on grass, electric service is 30 amp, wifi is unusable when the park is active, and $62.50 a day is grossly absurd for the services available. I would stay in a parking lot before coming here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Simple park, and staff are really nice. We had major issues with electric service; only 30 amp available and one pedestal for two spots seemed to heat up the meter and kept blowing the circuit, even when not using much electricity. I think it was just the spot we were in, but the other major issue is Wi-Fi. It works great as long as only part of the park is on, but if a lot of users are on, forget about even trying. Why these parks don't spend a few more dollars and get enough connections for at least 100% of the spots is beyond me. We will try a different park next time due to the Wi-Fi issue. If the Wi-Fi issue were addressed and the electric issue fixed, I would double my rating just because the staff are so friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campsites have grass and seem very well maintained. When we arrived, our site was being watered, which resulted in a mud puddle for our SUV and camper. The campground provided us a portable wood platform to step on so we would not get muddy when we exited and entered our camper. The mosquitoes were not bad, but there are huge horseflies. The buildings are old and the merchandise is overpriced; they would not sell us one of the cases of water on the shelf as a case, which meant twelve cost $22 and had to be bought singly. We also bought a gas lighter. It is in the shape of a fishing pole, but the cost of $15 seemed pricey. They had no other options. It was convenient, though, so we chose to pay the amount. The bathrooms and showers have a unique layout. They are shared not only between the men and the women, but also have the laundry facilities in the same area. The building we used had three rooms that were single showers and three rooms that were bathrooms. The best time to use the facilities is in the afternoon because that's when they are cleaned. If you wait until evening, you will be sharing the building with anyone doing laundry or using the restrooms/showers. This is quite uncomfortable. Otherwise, the bathrooms were dirty. Again, with the amount of money we paid, we would expect facilities to be cleaned routinely. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All of West Yellowstone was booked and this was our last available option. Very large grassy pull through site (very large price also but typical for this area) with full hookups. WiFi was fast. Has a large laundry and shower facility. Filled up on propane. Lots of room everywhere and away from town (7 miles). Nice views all around and friendly people. Would stay here again to avoid town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Average campground. Rather expensive, but typical of area. Plenty of space and easy to maneuver. Ground was very soft and rutty. Has good WiFi and Verizon 3G. Major TV networks. Nice people. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here because we couldn't get into the Grizzly or KOA sites. There are grass sites, ours was long but not too wide and our awning was almost bumping our neighbor's slide. It is pretty basic, there is nothing to do at the campsite and it is 7 miles from West Yellowstone. There are no fire rings at the rv sites and although they advertise fishing on their website the ponds are completely empty. There is no cable, we couldn't get wifi at our site but you can get it if you are prepared to go into or near the office. The staff very friendly and helpful. It would not be my first choice on next visit to Yellowstone but would stay here if nowhere else available. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All sites are grass and large and you don't have to unhook to get into your site. There is plenty of room between each site. It was a little pricey but in checking around all of them in this area were pricey. This one is out west of town 7 miles or so. When I tried other parks, they were full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had attempted to book three nights at the West Yellowstone KOA but were advised they were full. The person I spoke with told me the same person owns the KOA and the Lionshead RV Resort so she could booked us there. Upon our arrival the gal at the counter was very friendly and helpful. The site she assigned us to was a end-of-the-isle site and was barely large enough to accommodate our fifth-wheel coach. We had to park our truck on the grass between us and the coach next to us so it wouldn't stick out onto the road. We were only able to get three TV stations, I like to keep up on the news, so it would be nice if the campground would install cable for its campers. I know, fat chance... Anyway, its a nice campground that seemed well taken care of. This place wouldn't be our first choice if we went back to that area but we would stay there if nothing else was available... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We really like this Park. Alice's Restaurant is no longer there, but the pizza from the place across the street is excellent. A lot of places close the first of September. There are very nice paths up into the woods. You're only 7 miles from Yellowstone's West entrance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park off the beaten path. It's nice and quite with a real kicked back feeling. About 8 miles to West Yellowstone. The sites are large with great views of the surrounding hills and mountains. It is right next to the National Forest, so you can take some real long and enjoyable nature walks. A lot to see and do in the near by area. The staff is real helpful and keeps the grounds clean & looking real good. No cable but you get to put your antenna up for the 4 local stations. The WiFi is real fast. I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pricy, but the view is beautiful. It is quiet, and peaceful, but it is only about 1/3 filled. Nice grassy sites, but no pool or other family-friendly facilities. Wi-fi is excellent, cable TV is advertised, but not available yet. If you don't have a satellite dish, you only get 1 or 2 channels, and they sometimes are not clear and/or have occasional static. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with the previous rating, we stayed in one of the upgraded sites (not paved), some of the older sites were close together, only a couple of feet between slides. If they are going to upgrade the whole park, it will be even better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unable to get a site anywhere within the town of West Yellowstone, we decided to stay here, about 7 miles west of town. The park is located about a mile farther down from the KOA. I must say, it is a pleasant surprise. It's an older campground, quiet and peaceful. Most of the sites are side by side, but it doesn't feel excessively crowded. The playground set is small and needs a coat of paint. There is no pool, but who needs a pool when they've got the sprinklers running! The restrooms are clean and there are two laundries on site. Only $0.75 to dry a whole load. One of the workers shared with me that KOA has bought this campground and there is evidence that they are working on sections of the park, updating the electric boxes and widening the sites. Right now the sites are all grassy with gravel roads, but there are plans to pave the sites. I hope the new construction doesn't interfere with the deer, elk and bison who travel the fields nearby. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Access road is 6 miles of very poor dusty gravel road. The first stop when you leave is the car wash. We had reservations for a pull through site but the site they put us in was very small with no room to park our truck. The trees made it very difficult to back into the space. I was told on the phone and in person that we were lucky to get any spot as it was a cancellation, otherwise they couldn't accommodate us. In reality there were several empty sites each night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent. Location on the lake was wonderful. Bit of a chore getting here, with over 6 miles of rough gravel roads. Our 24' class B van really shook and was totally filthy from dust and gravel. That being said, this is a beautiful park overlooking gorgeous lake and trillion dollar view of snow capped mountains. With kayak, canoe, and boat rentals together with abundance of hiking and fun for all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here 5 days. Staff is excellent, the ambiance is the best. The park is 5.5 miles off the highway which is 3.5 miles from W.Yellowstone but that's a plus. This place is so peaceful. The TV: none without satellite and 3 stations on antenna. The internet worked OK but did go out for an hour or so. If you need a lot of turning space and are concerned with a lot of trees, you might not like this place. That being said, there are 35' to 38' 5th Wheelers here. We are in a pull trailer and I'm going to have to back out of the spot. We picked it as right on the lake. Would definitely stay here again. Many people here for the season. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very high dollar. 5 1/2 miles down a dirt road. Not that nice of a park. Have stayed in $12 places with a better setup. Bring your own wood: they wanted .50 cents a stick, and that is not a typo. You are better off staying in the state park across the road before you go on the dirt road. We won't stay here again: too high dollar and too far down a poor dirt road. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The spots were tight to get into. There is a 5 mile dirt road to just get there. There are bugs everywhere. There is nice staff and a nice lake. The fishing is good. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The owners are older and the sweetest people ever, on the fly they were able to accommodate us for a full hookup site. Yes: the 5-mile gravel road is a bit bumpy but we didn't care as we saw wild buffalo along the road just outside the campground. I'm a boater from the east coast: this campground has a beautiful boat dock with fuel. We will definitely stay again and will request a lake view. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The biggest drawback is the 5 mile dirt road into the park. Allow at least 15 minutes for the trip. We stayed in a 24 ft travel trailer and camped right behind the office so I can't comment on how easy it would be to bring a larger trailer into the campground. The staff was exceptionally helpful and nice. All sites have firepits, but bring your own wood or buy some in town. There are numerous sites set up for long term residents (some stay all summer) and they are friendly and willing to give you advice on hot fishing spots. The lake has lots of large (2-4 lb) rainbow and brown trout. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Based on only a couple of reviews we stayed here for a week in July 2008. NEVER AGAIN! First of all the gravel road is 6 miles of the worst road we have ever been on. Most of the way we could only travel at 5 MPH. Seemed to take for ever to go that 6 miles. It's not normal gravel, it's some kind of small black stones. Everything inside the trailer was thrown around when we arrived. When we finally arrived we had to maneuver between the office building and a post (and trees) to get into the campground. We had reserved a large lot because we have a 33 foot Jayco Trailer. I couldn't believe how small their lots are. Yes, there's plenty of trees. So many in fact that I defy anyone to drive through this campground without scraping against the limbs. There is no turn around area. You just have to go back & forth until you finally can get the angle you need. Then there is the problem of finding a place to park your tow vehicle. When leaving, we had to jockey around just to get out of the site. All their roads are dirt (as are the sites). When it rains it is a mud hole. They sell firewood. Two pieces for a dollar. Don't waste your money because the mosquitoes will eat you alive here. They start before dusk and come out in swarms. There are no lights at night. There are utility poles with street lights on them, but they don't turn them on. It is pitch black here at night. Leave your trailer lights on if you plan on returning at night. Rate was $38.25 a night for full hook ups. Better have a 25 foot drain hose because this campground is old and all connections are at the rear of the sites. Campers here were very friendly. There were a lot of seasonal campers, though for the life of me I don't know why anyone would want to drive the long roads to get here daily. They have free Wi-Fi (though it's very slow) and you can get four TV stations. They should be required to remove the name "RESORT" from their ads. This is no resort, just an old tired campground. Nothing much for kids to do. Laundry consists of two washers and two dryers. Better get there early!! We will stay at the KOA or at the RV Park in town next time. We are retired and have camped from Nova Scotia to Texas, and this has got to be the poorest experience we've had. Happy trails. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Was here at end of season and water and sewer hookups were shut down. Decent place for a night or two and very reasonable this time of year so many other ones are closed. I would stay here again. Wi-Fi is good and my Verizon Hot Spot also works. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The RV park is actually behind the Brandin Iron Inn, which is right in town, so very convenient for shopping, dinning, and going into Yellowstone Park. I fully support hotels/motels that allow RV's to camp on their property. The staff in the hotel were very friendly and helpful, treated us like a regular guest. The sites are close together, but does have full hookup, some have picnic tables. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small unpretentious little area behind the motel. Very low key, comfortable and quiet. Not for really big rigs but we liked it because the management was very nice and helpful, and the location was beside the park perimiter, away from the crowds but walking distance to restaurants, etc. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our second year in a row staying here heading west after YNP. Again, it met our needs. It will probably not meet your needs especially if your unit is large (over 32' or towing) or you want a "nice" park to be in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location. The sites are narrow with trees on both sides. It took a lot of work so we could use our three slideouts. We had to park our car on the street since it would not fit on the site. I will look for another park next time we visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't be fooled by the picture and info on their website. This is just a dumpy gravel parking lot behind a motel. RVs are packed in side by side, and your sewer hookup can be next to the neighbor's front door. Half the pull-thrus are over the sidewalk and only if it's not blocked by street parking. Noisy trucks rumble by at night, and area doesn't look safe. It is fairly close to town and the tourist traps. Bathrooms are clean once, then a mess rest of the day. Forget the laundry room. No host on site and no one from motel office comes over; they don't care. This place gets 2 stars only because it offers "free" wifi and cable tv. Look for a nicer place, avoid this one if you can. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hey folks, there is a reason this place is almost $20 cheaper than all the other area parks. It met our needs (FHU, cable, and WIFI) perfectly for one night before heading west. As noted, it is small, unappealing, and larger RVs and/or those with toads probably should not even attempt to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Caution here!! Be very careful to get a receipt from the office which is in the Brandin Iron Inn Motel. They told us at check in that we would get a receipt when we checked out but the manager, said our bill would be $86.13. When I went to check out the young man working that morning ran my card again. After we had moved on to the next town I checked my bank account online and found I had also been charged in a separate charge for $114.00. After many phone calls to the office talking the manager, and other clerks, I still have no assurance that they will take actions to correct their mistake. Now I have my bank working on it to dispute this erroneous charge. I would never stay here again. There's a much prettier park just 8 miles west of West Yellowstone on highway 287. It's right on a lake. Wish we had seen it first but we came into town on a different highway. I believe this park nice park is called Yellowstone Holiday. Anyhow always get a receipt when you pay your bill at check in. Painful lesson learned here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A small dumpy, dirty, heavily wooded park. Don't expect to use your satellite TV. We were there the first week they had their Wi-Fi hooked up. It didn't work unless you were parked right next to the antenna. On the plus side, it's relatively inexpensive, small, and quiet. It's one of four parks in town. We moved across town after one day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground suited our need. We’re fulltimers so we have stayed in many, many campgrounds through out the country. This wasn’t the best we’ve ever stayed at, but it’s far better than the worst. We weren't looking for anything in the way of atmosphere or amenities as we had planned to spend as much time as possible in Yellowstone. As noted in the previous review, a neighbors sewer line was very near our motorhome’s steps. We found the staff at the motel friendly and accommodating. One saving grace was the free breakfast served at the motel and campground. Quick and easy. Nothing fancy, but it was a welcome change from fixing our own or looking for a restaurant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Friendly, very close to Yellowstone National Park. Plenty of street parking for personal vehicles or tow trailers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Senior pass discount rate. Electric only, no water, no sewer, a LITTLE snug getting our 40 ft motorhome (4 slides) into a spot, but not impossible. The road coming into the park was in terrible shape, (maintained by the county?). We had to drive about five miles an hour for several miles before reaching the campground, the road was such a washboard. They don't grade it enough, I guess. Great campground for visiting Yellowstone. Lots of trees, beautiful shaded sites. We loved and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely campground. The family stays up here yearly. Camp host was great this year. However, this is the second year in a row that a thief has come into the campground and stole fishing reels, fishing gear and generators. Both years around Fathers Day. So if you stay, plan on locking up everything tightly. The restrooms were the best I have seen them in over 10 years. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Once you finally get here, you will enjoy the solitude, the beautiful lake, the hiking, the woods, the night air. The park is situated at the end of several miles of gravel roads. They are well maintained, but still rough never-the-less. Choose your site carefully, not all are the same length. There are no pull-throughs. While each site does not have water (or sewer), it is not far to fill containers or refill your rig if necessary. This is a less expensive alternative to the much higher priced campgrounds in West Yellowstone, and nearly as convenient for day trips into Yellowstone National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is for electric hook up in Loop C with Golden Age Pass. we were in site C8 and had a view through the trees for a satellite TV signal. No dump station or water hook up so fill your fresh water tank before you arrive. Close to West Yellowstone and the middle of the park attractions. Nice forest service campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have the senior pass, so our cost per night was less. Amazingly, we were able to get DirecTV and Verizon broadband wireless internet from our site. We could have stayed here for a long time, it was that nice. The road in turns into a real dusty rub board gravel for about 3 miles. We were able to fill our tank with great well water. Our rig is 40 feet long and fit nicely into our back-in site. We heard a pack of wolves howling our first night! Not far from the west gate to Yellowstone. Our 50 amp service was spot on. It was in the high 30s at night and in the mid to high 70s in the day time so you will need to run both air conditioner and heater while here. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is your basic forest campground. Dirt sites and roads in the pine trees with fire pit and table at each site. Loop “C” has electric hook-ups. Water and dump station is available at the check-in board at entrance to CG. Easy walk to Lake Hebgen. The 2 mile dirt road into campground is very rough and dusty. Close location for exploring Yellowstone National Park and Earthquake Lake. Very friendly host from Loop “B” while host from Loop "C" who was camped next to us never spoke to us and let his dog run loose and bark at fellow campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level site of gravel; not a destination campground, but an excellent place to stay and do Yellowstone. We stayed 10 nites and used the campground as a base of operations...doing a portion of the park each day. We would stay here again. Excellent wifi and water pressure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very old but well maintained but still a huge disappointment. Sites are gravel. The only grass is in the tent area which makes the park very dusty. The area surrounding the park is very rundown and shabby. However the office staff was friendly and helpful. WiFi and Cable were very good. Don’t understand the high ratings of previous visitors because it was overpriced for a gravel parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't know what happened to earlier visitors, but we had an enjoyable time and the management was very helpful. I thought the price was a bit high, but all parks in this town are priced about the same. Management came by once to see how we were doing and to see if we had any questions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a pretty basic park using a gravel parking lot to park RV's. There are trees between the sites which make it a little tight for multiple slides and a canopy is out of the question. The Wi-Fi was unusable. The staff was very friendly, but the park is no gem. If you have a dog, there is no place on the property for you to take it. You are directed to take it across the alley onto someone else's property. When it rains, the gravel has many puddles and it is very messy. The showers are clean but they do not have a separate dressing area with a seat. You have a small 3x3 area with one hook on the door and no seat. Depending on when you stay in this area, you have to keep in mind that many RV parks may be closed for the season. We would not stay at this park again as there is a very nice park, with actual grass, closer to the Yellowstone gate, that is only slightly more expensive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners/management were very accommodating and helpful. They do not accept credit cards, and since I called for a reservation a few days before arriving, they held the campsite without a deposit. This campground is very clean; I believe the restrooms were the cleanest I've seen in a campground. It is a little tight getting in and out, depending on which site you are in. We could pull straight in from the alley, but had to back up to get out. Staying here was a pleasant experience, and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two nights, didn't have a reservation but they had a spot available for us. The park was pretty full and the sites are kind of nice, trees between most of them and lots of shade. It's a real mom & pop operation (maybe just pop) but friendly and helpful. No credit cards, cash only and I think they're a bit high but the whole area is high during the high season. It's a little away from town to walk in, but a quick drive. Rest rooms were really clean, and the park pretty well maintained. I'd stay again but hopefully with a discount. For a night or two they don't offer any. I realize their season is short and they have to make it up when they can. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Small sites, but shaded. Full Hookups. On edge of city but only a few blocks to the Yellowstone NP gate. City not big. Might stay here again if back in the area. Easy online reservations. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our plans changed at the last minute due to flu, so were happy to find this space for the dates we planned to see Yellowstone. Our space was 1F located by the office on Hwy 20. Basically a parking lot between 2 buildings. Not impressive to look at, but plenty of room for our 39' & 4 slides. We have a front row seat to the traffic on Hwy 20, but truck noise has not bothered us as much as we expected. Power is right on and hookups convenient. West Yellowstone is the closest town to a Yellowstone gate, and is a very cute town. Most of the town motels seem to have a few campsites, so keep looking if your dates are booked elsewhere. We have been packing our lunch for the park. The park is already quite crowded, can't imagine peak times mid-summer. We would camp here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 6 nights at the Rustic Wagon. We feel the rates are a little high, but comparable to the surrounding area parks. The campground is small, and close, as are all the parks in the town of West Yellowstone. They are very helpful when you arrive with leading you to your site and giving good information on the area. We had no problems while staying here. It is noisy in the mornings with traffic and etc., so you can't sleep in. We did make reservations in April because they said they were filling up fast. We did not find this to be true, as there were available sites while we were here. Maybe in July and August it would be necessary but not in June. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although we had a reservation, we did not stay here. The man who "greeted" us upon our arrival was exceptionally rude and overbearing. At the office, he immediately informed me that I needed to "get a move on" because he "didn't have all day." He showed us where our site was located on a chart and asked for a check or cash to pay for our entire stay. When I asked to the see the site first, he acted extremely put out and again told me that he "didn't have all day." I politely reminded him that I am the customer, whereupon he adopted a bullying posture and demanded, "What did you just say to me?" I should have just left the premises at that point, but I went ahead and inspected the site, which was too narrow for our coach and very unattractive. Then, when I called the office to explain why I would not be staying, the proprietress launched into a tirade before I could even speak, telling me I shouldn't be so picky, and that I wouldn't find anything better elsewhere. It was a most unpleasant experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was one of the cleanest and quietest campgrounds I have ever been to. The restrooms and showers were cleaned several times a day. The grounds were cleaned every morning. There isn't Wi-Fi available at each campsite but there is a room at the office that is open 24/7 for Wi-Fi connections. You can opt to pay the local city Wi-Fi provider but why bother? The owners were very helpful in providing directions and advice on things to do and services that were available in the area. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
I would have given it an 8 if the Wi-Fi worked. They told me that they have had a problem for the last 3 weeks and can't get the outside provider to check the problem. Wi-Fi Rate is $11/day or $25/wk. Pretty steep for a low speed (11 mps). In fairness, the owners were raising cain with the operator and I do believe he is on the way out of here. As to anything else, I had no problem. Bathroom and showers were modern, immaculate and the hot water had softener. Cable TV worked fine, site was level, I had enough room for my slide. The last night I was here (I was here for 5 nights) a 30' class A backed in next to me without problem and he extended his slides with no problem. Owners were helpful and friendly. I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
71- Rustic Wagon is a small RV park located within one of the town street blocks in W. Yellowstone. The sites are gravel (some pull thru) and have full services, but very small. We could not extend our awning. Every site has a picnic table but that's about it for site amenities. On the other hand the RV park is right in town so all the town's shops and restaurants are a short bike or car ride away. When you're in West Yellowstone your purpose is to see the National Park and not spend a lot of time hanging out around your RV. This campground is a good base camp for exploring and less expensive than others in the area. Ernies restaurant (close by) is excellent for breakfast and lunch. Bullwinkles and Gushers are good for dinners. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is spotless. Reviews regarding cleanliness of the restrooms and showers are almost understated. Managers really manage this place so you will not have barking dogs, noisy neighbors, etc. Excellent value for money. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
I was concerned about the reviews saying the sites were too narrow and the website photos don't really give a good view of the sites. I made the reservations and hoped for the best. When you talk to these folks on the phone, they seem pretty tough regarding the rules, etc. When we arrived very late in the evening, they were friendly and helpful. The owners are folksy but good hearted. The sites turned out to be fine. They are level gravel with a small concrete pad for the picnic table. The sites aren't generously wide but were adequate for our 31' Class C with an 8' slide out. Each site is bordered by several large Pine trees on both sides. There is space behind your site for a dinghy. We rented a car from the local Avis at the airport (who picked us up at the park). This was a nice base camp for visiting Yellowstone. Camp fires are not allowed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place should be about $15 a night, but they can get away with more because its so convenient to Yellowstone. It was a gravel parking lot with lots of weeds. The only saving grace was a lot of tall pine trees between the sites for shade. Sites were so narrow my neighbor's picnic table was mostly in my site. The town is not attractive at all once you get off the main shopping street. Next time I would try a campground near one of the other entrances. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and well managed park. The staff very friendly and helpful. Sites themselves pretty standard stuff. Not much in the way of scenery, but good location; close to the west entrance to Yellowstone and approximately 15+ minute walk to the main part of the town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a week. For an older campground it was pretty darn nice. The sites were gravel,but very level and had a decent amount of room. There were trees between sites and every site had a picnic table. The bathrooms and laundry were very clean and the staff was sure they stayed that way. The small family run campground had a very nice staff that was eager to help with any questions or problems. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After our horrible experience at Yellowstone Holiday RV Campground, I contacted Rustic Wagon via email. It was after hours, but a member of the family who owns the campground called me bright and early the very next morning. They had a spot for us, so we reserved a place for two nights. They said checkout time was at 11:00am, and we could come any time after that. However, we got out of the other park early and decided to stop in at Rustic Wagon to see if we could check in early. We were in luck. The spot was open, and they let us move right in. The campground is just on the edge of town, so it was peaceful and quiet. However, be sure to take bug spray because the mosquitos were quite thick, no matter what time of day. The showers and laundry room were clean, the staff was friendly, and we were extremely happy to be in a park where you are treated like a customer should be treated. We definitely recommend this RV park. The family members we met were all very nice and accommodating. The park was shady and quiet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As a base for a visit to Yellowstone NP, this is about as good as any RV park in the area. Rates are competitive, but hardly a bargain. Park was clean with many trees. Sites and roads were gravel and level. Pull through site was at the back of the park and easy to get in and out of with our 42' rig. WIFI is a paid service, and not very reliable for the price -- we were very disappointed with the service. Takes checks or cash only, no credit cards. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As per other reviews, restrooms were clean. Also laundry facility was well kept and modern equipment. Sites are level and gravel, and close together, but there is at least a tree and table between each site. Off of the main roads, so park is quiet at night. Just enough lighting at night and not over lit. I didn't use Wi-Fi, it was over $10 / day. There was free cable and it had plenty of options. Owners were very accommodating, but often you had to go find them. It is conveniently located on the edge of town where there is gas and food. It is a good base camp for enjoying the park. It could use some grass and a fence in the back. There are some neighbors with big dogs that run around the back edge of the park. Would probably stay at Grizzly if I return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this park on our way to visit family. We're only staying 1 night. The sites are narrow but adequate. We couldn't get one of our slides out due to the trees. We think the park is gravel under the snow. There was no water service while we were here due to the snow and cold. It's probably a pretty nice place during the warm season. We got a satellite signal in Site #5, I don't know about the other sites as there are lots of trees. We think it's very over priced considering we're only getting electrical service, however, it's the only game in town this time of the year so they've gotcha. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As per the previous review, restrooms were clean. Also laundry facility was well kept and modern equipment. Sites are level and gravel, and close together, but there is at least a tree and table between each site. Off of the main roads, so park is quiet at night. Just enough lighting at night and not over lit. I didn't use wi-fi, but cable had plenty of options and included in price. Owners were very accommodating and constantly visible doing maintenance. It is conveniently located in town to gas and food and is a good base camp for enjoying the park. Reasonably priced for what's available in town, especially if you're not needing a lot of amenities but a good, comfortable, convenient and safe place to camp. We will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Restrooms & showers were clean. Hot water, shower stalls and dressing area adequate (nice if bigger). The site is level with gravel. Trees between site. Whole park is gravel and between city streets. Sites are not over large but we have enough room with a picnic table. Internet available for a price. We had an air card (AT&T). It was very slow but the library has free Wifi. Motorcycles and noisy truck early morning. Park has lights but not over lit. Owners are nice, seem to be trying to make it a good park. It is in town and looks a little more spacious than the other in town parks. We stayed nine days because we couldn't get reservations in Yellowstone National Park. We'll be moving back over in a couple of days. It would probably work as well to stay here as in the park except you would be a long way from ranger night programs and have to get up early for ranger morning programs. National Park speed limits are max of 45 and you have to go a minimum of 15 miles just to get to the first area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While within the town proper, and there was limited space between sites, the trees provided a sense of privacy. The park is meticulously maintained by the owner and staff. The washrooms are the cleanest we have ever enjoyed in an RV park! The town of West Yellowstone and this RV park in particular make this a great base from which to enjoy Yellowstone National Park and this area of Montana. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed for 8 days. They have a special stay 6 days and the 7th free. Very friendly and helpful. Checks on your site while you are gone into the park to make sure all is ok. Very quiet for being in town. Gives you lots of info for town and park. Gravel sites with lots of shade trees and picnic table. We will definitely return to this park. If you can call for reservation ahead to make sure you have a spot. Summertime is always full. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We loved everything about this park. The manager was great, everything is clean & the location is perfect. Would stay here again anytime. Not sure the rate is correct however. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park with shaded lots, clean restrooms, and convenient location to Yellowstone National Park. The owner was a little boisterous, but very friendly and helpful. We hardly ever went into the restrooms without seeing him in there checking on the cleanliness. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very nice, clean, Quiet Park. Not as modern as others, but the owner cares and the park is clean and quiet. Level gravel spaces w/cement area for your chairs. Nice table for eating outside if you wish. Mature trees. Park was very quiet. Wi-Fi available. Family owned park in West Yellowstone for over 50 years. Price listed was AAA/Aarp and included the tax. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location for local touring with a very friendly and helpful host. We had a few branches that were in danger of scraping the side of our unit and the manager came over immediately and cut them down. Good, clean laundry facility and a nice recreation room. Smaller sites with small picnic tables, but we were gone all day so the size of the site mattered little to us as long as we could put our slides out. We'd definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice for a more city bound campground, and shows its wear. Very helpful manager, and the bathrooms and showers were nice and clean. This is a nice, central location for visiting Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a pleasant surprise. The host is amazing. He truly enjoys his job. The sites are tight but there are plenty of trees. My teenagers loved the game room, which is set up western style, complete with saloon type doors. Laundry facilities are convenient and inexpensive. I would highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a gem! Tight spaces, but very private with lots of trees! Easy walk to everything in town. Owner/manager is a great source of local information. Restrooms/laundry/showers were immaculate! We will return here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park came as a pleasant surprise. Everything was well maintained and neat as a pin. It is right in West Yellowstone on the north side of town, easy walking distance to everything. The hookups and WiFi were solid, although they only had 30A, not 50A. It was very quiet. The spaces are a little close together, but the shade trees are a real plus. There is not much in the way of amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing about this park is the location. It is only a few blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone which is what we came to see. The park has the basics; full hookups including cable TV. Wi-Fi at the site would cost $10 a day: pretty pricey for that. But there are internet cafes in town. We had a Verizon air card which worked just fine here. We had site 19 which was plenty long enough for our 31 foot rig and our toad. There were very tall evergreen trees around our site which shaded our rig. Would not be able to open our awning due to large trees, however. The view toward the back of the park is not so nice since there are old trailers next door, but we just looked the other way. The park is gravel and so are the sites. They appear to be quite level and all utilities work just fine. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. Although the price seems high, it is actually low for the area at this time of year We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Since we would be spending 2 nights in West Yellowstone, we decided to give this park a try. Our most recent stops in town have been just overnighters and we were satisfied with Pony Express. This is a more spacious(long, but narrow sites) and attractive (lots of evergreen trees between the sites) park. Although its' cable selection includes some premium channels, it is only 40 channels and lacks some our preferred selections. We were told that WIFI was not available in the park but you could get it at a coffee shop 1/2 block away. We may try Rustic Wagon next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would have a higher rating here, since there are plenty of positives about the park, but for the price, it should be even better. It's West Yellowstone, not Aspen or Jackson Hole. Some back-ins are right on the street and over the sidewalk. Most sites are narrow but in the trees for welcome shade. Clean bathrooms & laundry room. Best of all is the great cable TV with HBO and Showtime. The owner is very nice and on the site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground with lots of trees. It's location is terrific. There aren't a lot of campgrounds in West Yellowstone, but we found this one to be the best. The manager is a terrific tour guide and very knowledgeable of Yellowstone National Park. Pets are only allowed on the RV sites, but not in the tent sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a pleasant surprise this park turned out to be! The manager of the park is a super friendly guy with wonderful information about the West Yellowstone area. The bathrooms and showers here are sparkling clean. They have a wonderful little game room for the kids. We were in a 26 foot travel trailer and we had no problem with the size of the site, but I can see how they might be tight for bigger rigs with slideouts. Overall this is a great campground with a warm, family friendly atmosphere. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The helpfulness of this park owner outweighed the fact that this is a very small park. It is conveniently located in town. The owners did everything they could to make our stay wonderful. We would definitely stay here again. We had 50 amp service and cable, so we were happy campers. And the price was reasonable for this town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Hospitality! Hospitality! Hospitality! This was the best choice in West Yellowstone for us. Our entire family met at the park for 5 days. We rented 2 pull-through's, one cabin & an on-site RV. The shower's were squeaky clean. The laundry room was clean and there were 6 washer's & 6 dryers. The #5 cabin had a queen bed and also was very clean. The game room was a favorite for the kids. The owner was easily accessable and had great tips about where to fish and shop. Quiet hours were enforced. We forgot our coaxial cable and our bbq wasn't adequate but the owner helped us right out by loaning us the items from the park. It was a very enjoyable stay. The sites were slightly skinny but in spite of that we would definitely choose this park over any other we drove by in West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We try to stay here every fall. This is one of the best campgrounds I have stayed in. This fall our daughter went into the hospital and we had to cancel our reservation. They were understanding of our issue and didn't even charge us a cancellation fee. GREAT STAFF!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very well maintained campground, helpful and friendly staff at check in. Road is paved, the gravel pad is wide, level and long, plenty of space for our 40 foot motorhome and towed. Big rig access is very good. Very quiet, with space around the RV, lots of wonderful landscaping around the campground and sites, but trees as yet a little too small to give much shade. Grass between sites with a concrete patio and picnic table. Bathrooms are spotless and the laundries although small, are clean and well equipped. Pet walk areas all around the edge of the campground with pick up bags. Wi-Fi and cell are good. Lots of lovely shops and restaurants in the area as well as plenty of sigh seeing. We would stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love this place. Clean, nicely laid out, well maintained. Staff is great; helpful, friendly and well informed. Pet area is great. The main area of town is within walking distance, but the area is still quiet and relaxing. Sites level, well landscaped, with asphalt pads under the NICE picnic tables. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This could be the best kept campground in the country. It's just well done. It's location is also great, close to the West Gate and right in town. The staff is always great! Their cable is meager. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 7 nights and loved every minute of it. The camp ground was clean. Great access to the National Park (1 block away) and the National Forest trails right into the campground. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the sites were all with lawn and large enough for our 36' rig and truck. Town was close for all your other needs. Of course the National Park is the draw. We will for sure stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Each site provides a gravel driveway for the RV, a concrete pad for the picnic table and patio and a curbed lawn and 2 trees. The Wi-Fi is good, cable was acceptable, no high definition channels, though. The park is well maintained, and the office staff is plentiful and pleasant. The park is quiet and feels like a nice neighborhood. This rating would be a 10, but there is no fenced off-leash dog area, but that said, the dog thoroughly enjoyed the wooded dog walk area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to town (walk or bike), close to Yellowstone entrance, well maintained, good Wi-Fi, free coffee, limited amenities (it's about Yellowstone, so not that big of deal), Big Rig (45-foot bus) friendly. My only negative comment is that it's overpriced given its limited ameneties and the time of the year we visited. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was VERY helpful, the grounds are meticulous, spotless showers and restrooms, close to town, West Yellowstone entrance, can't say enough! compared to other campgrounds rated a 10 on this website - this park should be at least a 14 We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with wide spaces; a picnic table on a pad, the site is gravel and level. Interior roads are blacktop and the park has lots of trees. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is well-kept and groomed. We stayed on a back-in space in a Motorhome. Verizon and Mi-Fi were good. They had several laundry locations at $2.00 per load for wash or dry. Every morning complimentary coffee and hot chocolate was provided from a cappuccino machine. The only problems I had that kept me from giving a 10 rating was the Wi-Fi at the park and the sprinkler system. You only get 2 hours Wi-Fi per 10 hours unless you pay $5.00/day extra for a premium site. The sprinkler system comes on every night and watered up about 4-5 ft on the side of my rig, so each morning I had to wipe it down to keep water spots from the hard water off the sides, and some nights it got down below freezing and I had some ice on the side of the rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The largest RV park we have stayed in but well run and spotless. Sites are well designed. Good areas to walk our dogs in. Staff is helpful and efficient. Convenient to food and gas and downtown. Walked to post office! Near to west entrance of Yellowstone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for 3 nights. We have stayed here on 3 previous occasions. I would have rated this park a 10 but their Wi-Fi is incredibly bad. This one issue brings this park down and it could be easily fixed. We have stayed at parks that were not even 1/3 as good as this one, but they had exceptional Wi-Fi. Why they cheap out on this amenity is beyond me. Oh well, they have a clean laundry and a pretty good store on site. Office staff and park staff are top notch and very helpful. One of the best parks in the area. Very nice sites with easy hook ups, beautifully landscaped and well taken care of. Centrally located within walking distance of the main dining and shopping areas in West Yellowstone. Very close to the NP entrance. If they read these reviews, please get a quality Wi-Fi setup. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an exceptionally beautiful park. The spaces are wide with each having a small blacktop sitting area on the the side of your RV. The park streets are blacktopped. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The location to Yellowstone and the town could not be better. The negative is the WI-FI. They have a coupon that you log in with and then every two hours you get bumped off. It is Tengo net. If they offered WI-FI in the complete park this would be a 9-10 park. Also Tengo net is slow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very clean and manicured campground. It was located only a couple of blocks from the entrance of the Yellowstone National Park, which was really nice. The woman that checked me in was very nice and helpful. The layout of the park was easy to get around, even with a car in tow. On their website it notes that they have different levels of amenities, but when checking in it was not offered, only the highest level was provided as an option. The website also notes free Wi-Fi with the highest level, but when checking in I was provided with a code to use for 2.5 hours of internet each day. If you log on and log off, you are done with your internet that day. I felt this was very misleading. The website does inform you that sprinklers will go off from midnight to 4am. Since there were no firepits at the campground, it is unlikely that you will still be outside during those hours, so it wasn't a problem for us. The sites are close, but do have a small grass area between each of the sites. We were able to extend our slides and awning without any problems. Overall, the experience was a good one and we would stay here again. I just felt that some of the advertising was misleading. It was very clean and we enjoyed our stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the nicest, cleanest, well laid out RV park I've ever been to. Nice staff, office, and store, manicured level sites. Great location to visit Yellowstone. No pool or spa or else I would have given it a 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I greatly enjoyed our 3 night stay at this park. Our back-in site was lovely and the grass nice and green. We caught up on our laundry at their clean laundry mat. Very close to Yellowstone and we walked nightly through parts of the town of West Yellowstone with our dogs. Very nice stay all around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park only four blocks from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The staff in the office is terrific, very helpful. Restrooms, showers, and laundry are spotless. The town of West Yellowstone is easy walking distance. I thought the sites were close together considering the premium price I was paying for our one week stay. Only reason I did not rate a 10. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the nicest RV park we have stayed at during our two month trip. It is kept spotless. Sites are wide, gravel and level with green grass on the sides. There is a cement pad for the picnic table and most have at least one young tree. The laundry was convenient and the restrooms and showers were spotless. It is 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone and within walking distance to the town for shopping and restaurants. The staff is super fiendly and helpful. There is complimentary coffee,cappucino,and hot chocolate in the office every morning. Cable TV is good and Wi-Fi is available but is extremely slow at times.The only thing that would make it even better would be a pool and hot tub for soaking after hiking all day.We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Might be the best run park we have ever stayed at. Very friendly check in staff. WiFi strong , Verizon card good. Lots of site room. Lots of trails to walk you dogs. Price is a little high, but the Nat Park campgrounds have tight sites and are +$50 a night for large rigs. "It only cost a little more to go First Class." We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very professional RV resort, right from the staff as you come in and to your site. Roads are wide and paved, RV sites are gravel, level and long enough to leave toad attached.. Utilities were good but not many channels on cable, wi-fi fast. Most sites can get satellite. Grass between sites and plenty of room. Would come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Except for the price, this is a nice park. It is extremely busy with rigs coming in and pulling out daily. Lots of people. The park is well maintained, and the staff friendly. Nice area abuts the park for hiking and walking the dog, but as all through this area bears must be watched out for. We would stay here again as all the parks in the area are expensive, and this is one of the nicest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely the nicest RV Resort / Park we have ever stayed in. Lots of RV campgrounds use the word "resort" very liberally. Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park is an RV Resort. Nice people, beautifully landscaped, large sites - upscale everything. We wanted a nice place to stay while we explored Yellowstone and we could not have asked for a nicer place. My only compliant is if are trying to explore the east side of Yellowstone - the drive gets a little long all the way back over to west Yellowstone. West Yellowstone, MT is a neat little town with a fair number of shops and restaurants. We HIGHLY recommend Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful campground close to Yellowstone NP. Efficient checkout and well run. Quiet at night. We stayed here while we visited the park for 3 days. Easy access and exit. We had full hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Staff is terrific: go out of their way to help. Everything is kept spotless. Sites are gravel with generous grassy areas. Full hookups with cable: about a dozen channels. We were here for 17 nights, in two different sites. 4 types of sites for RVs. Back in with no vehicle (toad) parking (vehicles park in overflow area.) Premium back in with vehicle parking. Pull through. Premium pull through. Wi-Fi is included in price of premium sites. No discounts for weekly or monthly stays, but Good Sam discount applies. Most of our stay was in the new section, in a premium back in site. Regrettably, we could not use our awning in the afternoon because of wind. All new section sites put the awning side to the west, the direction of the prevailing wind and sun. Sitting outside was at best difficult in the afternoon and early evening because of the wind and sun. Also, tree placement is such that the front end of awning was in the middle of the small tree when extended: a problem that will grow along with the tree. This is definitely the premier RV park in the West Yellowstone area, and virtually every site was taken the entire time we were here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful RV park that is basically at Yellowstone's west entrance. Only a couple blocks from town; hence, you can walk to town to shop, have lunch, etc. Friendly and helpful staff. The sites actually have green grass which is kept up with nightly sprinklers. Only problem I had is the sprinklers left spots on my vehicle every night when they went off. Other than that, I highly recommend this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was originally going to get a 9 with the only ding being the high price. However, on our second stay in this park we were stuck near the playground with screaming children past 10:00 pm. Where are the parents for these brats? Also the ladies showers near site 64 was filthy, thanks to two teenage girls who trashed it. For over $50 a night I expect clean restroom all day not just 5 minutes after they are cleaned in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unfriendly park staff, clean park, pet friendly, can wash big rigs, sites are short for big rigs but usable. Good pads for unit and picnic table. Cable worked well. Stayed 2 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Upon arrival we immediately "fell in love" with the park, its cleanliness and proximity to the Yellowstone entrance and very friendly staff. They keep the park sparkling clean. Our site had a concrete patio, lawn and side parking for our truck. Also, a nice patio table is included. (And we didn't have to move one from another site, like so many other parks do anymore). Ample size spaces, did not feel crowded whatsoever. Post office nearby is convenient. Store has all basic supplies needed. Proximity to West Yellowstone downtown made it even nicer. We felt it was a great value for all the park offers. Wifi is excellent. Laundry room very clean and close to sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely one of our favorite parks. We stay here at least once a year for 4 or 5 days. Close to YNP West entrance and close to town to wander around. Staff is extremely nice and helpful, recommending restaurants etc. Pull through sites are long and can accommodate our coach and enclosed trailer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park, the closest to the West entrance to Yellowstone. The staff was exceptional. We wanted to extend our stay before getting here; they were not sure if a site was available. They called us back several times and gave us updates until one opened up. The sites are huge, pull through and back in. Not much grass and no fire rings. Most people are out and about during the day, so the campground was really quiet. You can walk or bike into town which was convenient. There is no pool, but there is a nice playground. In the morning they offer free coffee, hot chocolate and cappuccino which is a nice touch. The Wi-Fi was not always available unless in the main building. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is the real-deal. Service, appearance/condition, site layouts, and customer service staff are all the cream of the crop (and have been for many years). The only reasons I cannot give them a 10 is that they still cling to a dinosaur of a Wi-Fi service that is ridiculous and a pain in the rear end. Even though we were in a premium site, we could only connect two (2) devices to their Wi-Fi. C'mon guys, that doesn't work with a family of four in today's day and age. Also, cable TV needs to have a few channels added, especially when considering those traveling with kids (i.e. Disney etc.) Additionally, they're going to need to watch the weeds starting to grow on some of the RV parking surfaces (in the gravel). It's a little bit nit-picking but I was surprised they hadn't jumped on them as they were starting to sprout up enough to hit them with weed killer (or pull then). Rest rooms and laundry facilities are far and away the best I've ever seen, what you smell when you enter them is newness and cleanliness: both good things. The morning coffee and hot chocolate is a hit with both the kids and the adults. Beautiful green grass and flowers all around. When staying in the West Yellowstone area, Grizzly is the ONLY option as far as we're concerned. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park for large rigs. The sites are long, roads are wide, and the grounds are in great shape. The WI-FI did not work well. I usually mark down a park 2 points for poor WI-FI; however, this park was great overall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at in our 25+ years of RVing. The entire park is designed for large RVs, Roads are wide, pull-through sites have widened skirts, utilities are in a good location. Only thing lacking is a pool. With the temperature swings in this area it is understandable why one was not put in the park. Staff are some of the best we have run into. Would highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
From Australia on our first RVing trip, we stayed for 6 nights. This place deserves its sterling reputation. No litter noticed. Quiet internally, even with the high turnover in occupants. Walking distance from everywhere in the small town of West Yellowstone. No significant external noise - adjacent to state forest. No unusual smells. Smooth bitumen internal roads, with clean gravel sites. Each site has a berth-width strip of grass and asphalt with a picnic table. Our site was reverse-in, but easy to access, and with enough length to park our 28' motorhome and also a short-term rental SUV. Our site was level. There are a few scattered areas of green lawn and established trees. The toilet/shower facilities were pretty good. The park facilities included a playground, a small shop, a common room, and children's games room. No pool. Laundry facilities were $2 per wash, and $1 per drier load. Good AT&T reception. Staff: Very friendly and sociable. Overall, an excellent large RV park, the best we have stayed at, and we would not hesitate to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park deserves a 10+ because it is by far the nicest park we have ever stayed at. Super clean, very roomy sites, extra friendly and happy staff. I really can't find one negative thing to say about this park. It is family owned and operated which makes a difference. Hookups are in the right place so you don't need extra long water hoses or sewer hoses. Located right in the middle of the cutest little town of West Yellowstone, but also have amazing hiking trails (or winter cross country ski trails) adjacent to the park so it was excellent to take my dog running every morning. Lots of grassy areas in the park with great play area for kids. We were here for the 4th of July and it was one of the highlights of our trip with the cute hometown parade, and watching fireworks right at our campsite. We especially want to thank the staff for for working so hard to find a site for our friends during the super busy holiday week. Again, it really made our trip. We will definitely return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very helpful, friendly staff. Well manicured park, close to the main attraction: Yellowstone Park, the west entrance. The site we were assigned, was too small for our 40' rig plus tow. Wi-Fi free and fast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kid friendly and lots to do. Large play area for the kids. Pets can be walked around the outside of the CG., or allowed to run free in the wilderness outside the park. Close to Yellowstone National Park. A little on the expensive side but being in a tourist area, it was expected. Walking distance to town. Negatives were the mosquitoes, mosquitoes, and more mosquitoes, and no pool/spa. Big Rig friendly and clean restrooms. No fires was a plus for us. Would stay here again. Looked at the other parks in the area and would not stay in them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff very friendly and well-organized. The park is immaculate and extremely well-tended. Spaces were large with a very nice playground on site. There was a mountain bike trail area accessible at the rear of the park. Internet access was spotty (the only negative we had). Access to Yellowstone and the town was easy and close. Would highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park, paved roads, great staff, spotless facilities, close to park entrance and animal friendly. Only slight downside, and reason for 9 versus 10, was some roads and some sites are a bit tight due to trees. We walked every road and looked at every site and most are not an issue, but ours, and a few others, were a bit tighter than I like for our big rig. I heard this from two others while we were there as well. Would surely stay here again!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Park - easy access to everywhere. People are very friendly. Very clean. Great dog walking area in the woods and you can walk to the town as well. Concrete pads and areas. Will definitely go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a large, beautiful RV park near the West entrance to Yellowstone Park. It is very clean and quiet. There are large areas for walking dogs. This is the park we choose when visiting Yellowstone Park. A little pricey, but well worth it. Large pull-throughs with picnic tables and grass between spaces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The only drawback to this campground is the price. The sites are level, roomy, and easy to get into. Grass, patios, and picnic tables are all good. The laundry was clean and convenient to our trailer. We could walk into town in a short time. The staff was friendly and helpful. We had a great time and would return if the opportunity arises. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park to stay in when visiting Yellowstone! We loved staying here. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Sites are beautiful and spacious! Roads/sites are paved and you have a grass patio with a table. Cable & Internet worked very well. Great place for kids with many areas to ride bikes or play in the playground. There are many gates along the back of the park that lead out to trails to walk your dogs. You can walk to town in less than 10 minutes, and the west entrance to Yellowstone is about 5 minutes away. We will definitely come here again and bring our family! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first trip to Yellowstone National Park. The access to Grizzly RV Park is wide and easy. The staff in the office are great!! The spaces are wide and plenty long enough for our 40 ft toy hauler and rig. Bathrooms/showers throughout the park. In the ladies', only one 'sitter' and 3 shower stalls in the one near our space. Playground and game room for the kids (no fee). I'm very particular about where we stay and this is the first RV park I've ever given a 10 to!! Walking distance to town. A short drive or bike ride to the west park entrance. The town - a mecca for tourists. Prepare for inflated prices EVERYWHERE!! Luckily I had food in my freezer! Beginning prices for entrées in the local restaurants are $11 and UP. Load up the crock pot, go enjoy the park and come home to a wonderful meal. One place we did splurge - Woodside Bakery. Fabulous cinnamon and orange rolls, and lots of other fresh baked goodies. Have a great time with Yogi and BooBoo!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We chose this park for the easy access to Yellowstone National Park, but man the rate is hard to swallow. Very nice park with very long and level pull through sites. Knowledgeable staff that knew which site would allow our roof mounted satellite dish to get reception. Would be rated higher if the rate was lower as we have been in parks just as nice with much lower rates. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed four nights. Very clean and well maintained. Very friendly and well informed staff when inquiring about weather and road conditions. Very clean restrooms and showers. Great location in West Yellowstone. Site spaces were a bit small, with regard to privacy. Grills were not allowed on outside tables, making it a bit hard to cook outside - but those are minor issues. Overall a pleasant experience and will stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This large park has always been a "10" for us over the past nine years. The staff is great, the sites are level gravel and the grounds are always manicured. The National park is right down the street and the fishing is great. This trip the mosquitoes were out in force and limited our sitting outside during the evening hours. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well maintained super RV Park. A pool would have been nice though. Close to downtown West Yellowstone and 1 miles from West Entrance Yellowstone NP. Very good premium spots with nice green grass. No fire ring or BBQ. Professional staff and friendly, too. This is easier than the KOA, which is 10 miles west of West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very spacious, extremely tidy, beautifully landscaped, friendly park. We had been in Idaho, a snowstorm rolled in and we decided to get to civilization while we still could. Us and about 20 others at the same time. The staff were remarkable. They handled everyone with courtesy and good humor. We had some specific requests for where we were to be placed in the park. They not only gave us what we asked for but, they were apparently very happy to do so! Located just a couple blocks from town, the park was very quiet. The sites are well-positioned and large so there was never a feeling of being crowded. Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park is a wonderful jumping off place for trips in to Yellowstone because the west entrance is just a couple of blocks away. I highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I stayed about 10 days. The rates were "Off Season", so I considered them a good buy. The park is kept immaculately, including the restroom/shower facilities. The staff is excellent. Everything in town is a short walk. My only complaint is the Wi-Fi is Tengonet. If you plan on using VoIP or similar programs, Tengonet does not support them. The system slowed somewhat on busy days. Typical of Tengonet at other locations. I'll stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful, well maintained park. The staff is wonderful and the store is well stocked. It is walking distance to the downtown and several attractions. The sites are roomy and all amenities are available. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our second stay at this park and we highly recommend it. It is by far the best park in the area and very convenient to Yellowstone. The staff is friendly and helpful, sites are very nice. We stayed in the newest section which they just finished and they gave us a discount if we were willing to stay off the newly planted grass. We will continue to stay at this park on all our visits to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They don't get any better than this. We have stayed here two years ago and like the park even better this time (hard to believe but true). As always the staff was friendly and helpful, everything was spotless, and the park just expanded with new sites. We stayed in one of the new sites and loved it. We will come back here again and recommend this park as we have in the past. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an excellent RV Park. The staff was very professional and helpful. We had a "Premium" site and it was well worth it. Site is a long pull-through with a beautiful cement patio and a large grassy area. Very clean and well maintained. We had 50 AMP service with cable and unlimited WI-FI. Each morning they have free coffee and an opportunity to chat with fellow travelers. We were within walking distance to the town of West Yellowstone (or a short ride), and within a half mile to the west gate entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Very seldom do we rate an RV Park with a "10", but this one more than deserves it. We stayed here in our motorhome (and car) for 3 days in early September while touring the park and would love to come back sometime in the future top spend more time visiting the Grizzly RV Park and the lovely town of West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this place. We had a back in site in the back with the national forest behind us. The place is beautifully landscaped and the sites were a nice size. We were very impressed that we could wash our camper and truck after the long drive across country. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of the nicest RV parks we stayed in on our travels. Very clean, long wide spaces. All amenities included even free coffee and cappuccino in the mornings! Only negative is the access to the internet. They issue you several tickets with special codes that limit you ti two (2) hours of Wi-Fi access at a time. Then you cannot use Wi-Fi for 12 hours before logging on again. That is a pain! Other than that, I would highly recommend this park to anyone wishing to visit Yellowstone National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest RV Park were have stayed in. The RV pads were fresh gravel and the roads were all paved. The landscape was beautiful with nicely mowed lawns. My wife particularly liked the clean laundry facilities, and the fact there were 4 of them. The people who worked there were very nice. It was quiet. We felt safe. We enjoyed the fact we could walk around the RV park after dinner. We will come back to Yellowstone next year and will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent check-in, friendly and helpful regarding things to do while visiting Yellowstone NP. Site are large and mainly level. Restrooms are very clean and warm when temperatures drop. Would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice facilities with beautiful grass, trees and and landscaping. Facilities are also very good. But it does not have a pool, has very basic cable and you need to pay for internet (ok, you get 2 hours per day free). It is a super location if you want to visit Yellowstone as it is only blocks from the west entrance so its great base for the park. I would stay there again - reservations are recommended as it seems it is always busy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and very nice. Wi-Fi went down but not sure it was their fault. I also do not feel the Wi-Fi should not be limited at this price but, on the other hand, we are not on it to download all kinds of things; just don't like the restrictions. Staff was excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here before so we like this park. We agree with others. We would give it a ten but the Wi-Fi should be free and unlimited based on the price of the park. The cable channels are also fairly limited. But the park is nice, has a great location, some privacy between units, level, and is quiet. We will be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful park. It is super well maintained. We have been stopping here for about 10 years and it looks brand new, only the trees are getting bigger. The staff is fantastic. I didn't give it a 10 because for the price the Wi-Fi should be free and there should be better cable TV. It's almost perfect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most efficient and gracious staff we have ever encountered. The sites were level, packed gravel, spacious, grassed sides, and with excellent hook-ups. RR's were clean and new. Town was a treat to explore, and proximate to Yellowstone. We stayed here three total nights-in and out of the park. Will definitely return! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park and everything is in pristine shape. We stayed in a deluxe big rig site and were not disappointed. We thought after Labor Day no issue but we called a day or two ahead and were lucky to get in. The sites are beautiful and staff is excellent. We would stay her anytime. The price was a weekly rate. It is high but considering where we are and what they charge in the restaurants around here for ugh food this is a bargain. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not realy an RV Park, but more like a resort. The sites were level and long. Wi-Fi worked excellent and most sites are satellite friendly. The grounds were immaculate and well taken care of. The park is only a couple of miles from the West Yellowstone entrance so that is a definite plus. The office staff was extremely helpful and friendly. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love this park! It is extremely clean and well-run. We accidentally arrived a day early, and the staff quickly found us another camp-site in the area since they were booked solid. We can't think of a nicer place to stay while visiting the National Park. We had originally hoped to stay inside the park, but after checking out the campgrounds in the park we were very happy that we booked here instead. The park is four blocks from the West Entrance, and some of the sites actually border the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very well maintained park and perfect for daily trips into the Park. The back-ins were not long enough for our large rig and tow vehicle so we had to park partially on the lawn, defying the rules. But nobody complained despite staff passing by frequently. Wi-Fi on a stupid coupon system, 2 hours at a time and didn't work half the time. Limited cable. While we were able to position okay, many rigs had more than 30' of sewer hose. Would look around for alternative next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level, wide sites with grass plots. 4 laundries in park. Big rig friendly. Blocks from everything. Very quiet, very clean and very nice. Wi-Fi free for only 2 hours. Verizon air card worked fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is definitely a 10, so why did I give it a 9? They are cheap in some areas. The upkeep of the park was top notch. Lots of real grass and the sites were also top notch. What got me is that they are cheap. Charge for Wi-Fi. Very few channels on cable TV. And worst of all is that most sites are laid out so that the afternoon sun hits the patio, making it uncomfortable sitting out after a hard day at Yellowstone. They are building quite a few more sites, all laid out so the afternoon sun hits the patio. I asked the manager why. His response was that he thought people wanted this. Ergo, he did not bother to ask. All in all this is one great park even with my gripes. We would stay here again in a NY minute. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Sites are level and large. I would have rated it a 10, but I have never seen such a high concentration of dogs and owners who let their animals do what they want where ever they want. Far too many motorcycles in the park, really hurts the environment. The staff is very accommodating and location is good. I wish the staff enforced the dedicated pet walk area to the owners. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although it is a very nice RV park, Grizzly does not quite live up to the hype we've read. Our back-in site was along the back of the CG against the forest and was very nice. All sites had a small grassy area, but were a tad close together. Pull throughs on the ends had the most space. Hookups worked good, but were located near the front of the site so have extra sewer hoses. (Or buy at the front office). Free cable was nice, but channel selection was low. Great proximity to the west entrance of the park and within walking distance to town. Internet was horrible. Bad, bad, bad. Insane coupon system, and our reception was awful "Low" at best. A pool or spa would make this place a lot more interesting, but as it is, it's more of a RV retirement community. Our last stay was at the Yellowstone KOA down the road. A far better choice for families with kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park for big rigs. Our Verizon MiFii hotspot worked great so we did not use their Wi-Fi. Laundry was $2.00 for wash (a bit steep) and .25 for 10 minutes of drying. We were in #155 pull-through which was on the end of a row. Lots of green grass and trees, although some trees could use some trimming. The registration staff were extremely helpful. We were going to only stay 2 nights and decided to stay 4. The staff juggled around other reservations to allow us to stay in the same spot for all 4 nights. The park is very busy so I would suggest you get advance reservations. Their on line reservations are very easy to use. It looks like the park is adding on more spaces. For a shopping tip, buy T shirts and sweatshirts at The Yellowstone outlet on Canyon street. They have surprisely excellent prices. We will stay here again if we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and consider this to be an excellent choice for camping. What struck us most about this park was how clean and neat everything was. We did have two minor gripes, the first being the 2 hour limit to internet access. The other problem was that the number of sites sometimes meant that the facilities were swamped. Since they are adding more sites they should consider adding more facilities as well. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable, even eager to help out in anyway they could. Since Yellowstone is such a large park (we spent 9 days here and did not see close to all there was to see) we spent very little time at Grizzly RV and as such, the cost is high but even with that, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park. Lots of grass and landscaping. Paved streets and gravel pads. Has some large pull-throughs if needed. The price is expensive, but so is everything in the area. I would have given this park a 10 if the internet service was good. Dont try to use it for more than email. Very slow. It is only available by coupon which is only good for 2 hours every 10 hours. For the price, they should provide services advertised. May stay here again. We prefer national park camps. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably only the nice RV Park in the area that can accommodate large motorhomes in the Yellowstone National Park area with full hook-ups. Paved and grassy sites, clean restrooms/showers. Mosquitos were not bad this time of the year (probably due to the breezy evenings). Negative comments: for the daily rate ($54), Wi-Fi should be free and unlimited; not just (2) 2 hour increments for free at 10 hours apart. Also, our outside table was just 2 feet from the neighbors sewer hook-up. There weren't even any trees or bushes to shield the view. Very unappetizing when eating dinner! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We truly enjoyed our stay here! Great bathrooms,laundry, free Wi-Fi and coffee. Called before we came and was advised to stockup on groceries and deet. Sure glad I listened! Make sure to get the huckleberry ice cream across street from museum. Our favorite park on this trip! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is not cheap to stay at, but it is worth the extra money that you will pay to do so. First class accommodations throughout, full services include full hook-up with cable and Wi-Fi (although I used my cell card and cannot attest to how good or bad that was). Very helpful staff; professional all the way around. You are literally within walking distance of the West entrance to Yellowstone; this was an excellent base from which to see all of the sites. We would definitely go back here should we ever make it back to this area from the Midwest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful park. It has all the amenities as well as very helpful and friendly staff. It is a great location near the west entrance to Yellowstone. We are very satisfied with this RV Park. We highly recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here last year and returned again because we enjoyed the park. We had a nice spot where we could get roof top satellite and plenty of room for our 38 foot motorhome and toad. There were several large pine trees between the sites which make them so close to the RV that you can not put out your window awning but it was not required with the shade. We did not have any mosquito problems where we were. Having full hookups for a week and still close to the NP was very nice. We enjoyed being able to open our windows without having any camp fire smoke which I am allergic to. If back to Yellowstone again we will stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location to Yellowstone NP. Be prepared for the mosquito's in July. Will stay here again if ever back at YNP. Nice office with gift items, some RV supplies and limited food items. No pool but who needs one while at Yellowstone. We had an end spot with plenty of room. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This would be our first choice in West Yellowstone. It has paved roads and paved sites and good power. The only downside is that they do not allow campfires. We stayed here for ten days and enjoyed being near the center of town. The staff was helpful and friendly. We enjoyed the free coffee in the lounge each morning. A great park in a special place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was impressed with the cleanliness and orderliness of the park. I think it's the best in the town, large enough sites, game room for the kids, free coffee, the most immaculate rest rooms I've seen in an RV park. A bit pricey but the whole town is that way. Really close to the town and the west entrance, very friendly staff and helpful. Reservations are a good idea, we had a medical issue and tried to stay longer but they were completely booked up and we had to move to another park in town, but they gave us suggestions that helped. One issue-mosquitoes, maybe it's the month of July but we couldn't stay outside long and even our dog got bitten all over his nose. Otherwise I'd recommend it for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Location, location, location! This park is extremely clean with paved roads and great facilities. That being said the location is awesome with everything within walking distance in West Yellowstone. Tons of shops, restaurants, IMAX and museums all within an easy stroll. The staff was quick, helpful and very kind. Make sure you put your grill away at night, they don't call it "Grizzly" for nothing. The West Yellowstone entrance is only a couple of blocks from the park and you can easily reach all of Yellowstone from this site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Park is the best in all of Yellowstone. It’s 2 miles from the west entrance of Yellowstone NP. We were happy that we stayed here even though it takes 2 hours to get to Mammoth Hot Springs and the Canyon area. Staff is the best we’ve encountered in our 3 years going cross country. This campground has it all. You couldn’t ask for better service. Our pull through site was long enough to fit our 38 foot fifth-wheel and truck. There are trees, a picnic table and a grassy area on every site. There is quite a lot of room between sites. All sites and roads are paved. Cable and satellite reception were great. Our Verizon cell phone and wireless internet worked fine. Campground has RV service on site. Bathrooms and showers are spotless. They provide free coffee, hot chocolate, tea and cappuccino everyday between 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. daily. Restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and IMAX theatre are within walking distance. The park allows you to wash your RV and vehicle at no charge. They even provide refunds if you opt to shorten your stay. We intended to stay two weeks but decided to only stay 10 days. You will not be disappointed. Make reservations in advance because they sell out early. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice, well maintained park. Our rate was with AAA discount. Our experience was excellent compared to some of the previous reviewers. Our Verizon internet connection was excellent. Our DirectTV connection worked well so we were not dependent on park cable TV or Wi-Fi. There were a lot of mosquitoes but I don't think that's the fault of the park. We drove through several of the campgrounds inside Yellowstone and I would not pick any of them over this one. This is a great park with excellent access to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful campground! We would definitely stay there again if visiting YNP. Good location; close to west entrance of YNP and town. Could use more restrooms and showers. There had been a bear in the campground the nights previous to our arrival and the staff was reminding all campers of bear proofing campsites. Very friendly and helpful staff!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A good campground, but not a 10. Mosquitos galore…and the CG gives them breeding space by watering every night, even if it was raining. Cable TV is just 17 channels. Many of the back-in sites are close together…and short. I could fit my toed in only by parking it diagonally. A pool would be nice, too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have stated probably the best overall campground in the Yellowstone area. Large level sites, friendly staff, and great proximity to the park and the town. The two big negatives, very limited cable channel selection and the WIFI arraignmentof having to pay after two hours of use (the time is continuous so if you don't use it you lose it and if you need to check something later you have to pay). For the extremely high rates they could include the WIFI and a better TV channel line up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My husband and I stayed at Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park in West Yellowstone for ten days. We stayed in a Premium Pull-Through site for sixty dollars a day in our fifth-wheel. Site was beautiful, 70 feet long and location was great next to a National Forest. Grizzly is all most on the steps of Yellowstone National Park. We had our dog and leaving her was a worry knowing our time would be spent in Yellowstone. The even supplied waste bags for your dogs. The only complaint had nothing to do with the park is grocery stores in the town were small, but we ate out a lot. They have a gift shop which also carries some grocery in a pinch. Ordered pizza the first night and they delivered into the park. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
"THE" place to stay while visiting Yellowstone National Park. Especially if you have a bigger rig (45'). Excellent workampers, neat, clean, excellent Wi-Fi, good power/sewer. Highly recommended if you are visiting Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have camped in a lot of campgrounds, and believe me this is a 10+. Every detail is considered. The bath houses and laundry rooms are spotless. The campground is well managed and well maintained. I honestly could not find anything at all wrong with this campground. Perfect! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is as good as any park we've ever been at. Well managed and immaculate. Three caveats: when you check in ask for free Wi-Fi coupons otherwise its four bucks a day to Tengo. If you're a TV junkie and you use cable, the major stations have a lot of "snow." If you come in the spring\early summer bring a lot of DEET. The mosquitos in the area are fierce. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. The campground accommodates tents, back ins and pull thoughts. The sights are well angled to provide maximum privacy; the grounds are well manicured and provide shade. The facilities were very clean and up to date. Well thought out and organized. The Wi-Fi is good, giving us 2 hours today and 2 hours tomorrow. Easy to find and maneuver through. Would highly recommend this to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is about the best RV park we have ever stayed in. The grounds are very well maintained. Spaces are gravel and mostly level along with an area to park your vehicle. Each site has a concrete patio plus a picnic table. This park backs up to the National Forest which results in lots and lots of mosquitoes. Make sure you bring your spray. There are 3 laundry facilities along with the restroom areas. Of all the RV parks in West Yellowstone this is the best and also the most expensive. There is no weekly price or monthly price. If you stay for a week or a month you must multiple the daily rate. The pull through sites are more expensive than the back ins. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is definitely the premier campground in West Yellowstone. There is no comparison in anyway to any other in town campground. Spaces looked well laid out, neat and clean with mowed grass. Spacious by comparison to any other in town. The park is at the edge of a mountain only blocks from downtown and the park entrance. If you are visiting Yellowstone, there is not much campground time, but what a place to come home to. Price reflects a back-in with full hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the only game in town as for West Yellowstone, very clean, very efficient people in office. Internet available for 2 hours per day free. Convenient to downtown and the park. Good water pressure and electrical voltage. Easy in and out. Next time we are in Yellowstone we will stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large tidy park. Close to West Yellowstone National Park gate. Gravel and concrete sites. We stayed on a premium site which had plenty of room. Restrooms and showers very clean also has good laundry rooms. Wi-Fi not too good. Has cable TV. You can walk into town which has local supermarket, restaurants and shops. Would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely beautiful campground. Stayed here for a week in June, and was very impressed. Super clean restrooms, nice people, green mowed grass. Loved it. This was our 3rd stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is a little pricey, but this IS Yellowstone, one of the most popular and beautiful spots in this country. This is one of the best parks we have been in. The staff was helpful and pleasant, the sites are level and adequately spaced. It is easy access for the largest rigs. Wi-Fi was free for 2 hours a day or could be purchased for $4/day. We would return to this park on future visits. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in a 38 footer with a tow vehicle. We chose one of the back-in sites that had a tow car pad. Need to make reservations for these well in advance. The nightly rate was $48.95, but received a 10% AARP discount. All staff were helpful and friendly. The park was 4 blocks from the entrance to Yellowstone. This was a very well kept park and after looking at the other available camping options in town, we would definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well maintained campground. Rate reflects FHU/50amp back-in site that was not big enough for our 40' rig plus car. Needed to park our car in an overflow area. Utilities worked well, site was gravel, level and OK size. Cable TV was basic and fuzzy. Didn't use Wi-Fi, but Verizon card worked fine. Very friendly and helpful staff. Convenient to Yellowstone. Laundry rooms (2) were very narrow, making it difficult for more than one person to do laundry at a time. Plenty of machines, but difficult to get at. Did offer coffee and newspapers (in coffee room only) in the morning. West Yellowstone is a cute town with typical tourist stuff and in walking distance. Would stay again if in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The snow was nearly up to the top of our RV in spots so keep this in mind when reading the review. Few sites were open and the campground was nearly full. It was quite. Staff were friendly. Showers and bathroom in the main office were clean. The others were closed. Big rig friendly. Our campsite was covered in snow. Only the car pad, campsite, and utilities were open. We arrived late so we did a self check in. Our internet code did not work so we used another from the late arrivals list. 2 hour internet only. Expensive, but then most sites are outside of Yellowstone. We are unlikely to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A pretty new park so not any shade from young trees but not really a problem. Very clean and well-maintained with very helpful and friendly staff. Easy walking distance to town and very close Yellowstone entrance. We left a day early due to snow and no problem cancelling that day of our reservation. Internet was not always the best so I sometimes used my blackberry connection, but not a problem. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Expensive for the services but convenient to Yellowstone Park west entrance. We have 35 foot RV with a trailer, so like the pull through sites. Because of late winter and extra snow this season, there were plenty of spaces. Lots of shops and restaurants in town. All staff were helpful and friendly. They also have complimentary coffee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a state of the art campground designed by somebody who camps. Very well laid out. It was way out of our price range, but we averaged it out with Wal-Mart on the way out. The one screwy thing was the WiFi. It was through Tennengo and you were issued two, 2 hour coupons that had to be used 10 hours apart. Very strange, because the park was only about 20% full due to early season and snow. The WiFi was either slow or moderate depending on the time. I used my tethered Android and set up the 2 hour bits for my photo backup. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only drawback we found was the internet. It was only free for 2 hours using a coupon code. Nice area for the dogs to run. Overall very good service from all the staff. I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice rv park with a very friendly, helpful staff. Although the weather was unpredictable spring Montana weather, it was fun. Great dog walking area. Walking distance to town. At the entrance to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location, only four blocks from the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park; and this park backs up to national forest on two sides. Well managed, everything worked. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Customer service is superb! Ladies at the front desk are genuine and extremely pleasant. Very nice park, great location. This is what an RV park should be. A bit pricey, but so are fine hotels - here you get what you pay for. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate listed was off season in October with a Good Sam card. Excellent staff, super friendly and nice, very helpful and quick check in. Site assigned was for Premium, long pull through, full hookups and Wi-Fi. First time staying here, not really into resort style RV campgrounds but this one is really nice and centrally located. Stayed here because most of the CG's in the area are closed this time of year so our selection was limited. Free coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and cappuccino is available everyday between 8am and 11am. Each premium site has a concrete patio with picnic table but no grills or fire rings due to fire ordinance for the city of West Yellowstone. Would stay here again off season as any other time would be a little spend y for us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful park. All park roads and sites are paved with lots of grass. Very clean restrooms and laundry areas. There is a large laundry room in the main office building along with 2 small laundry room/restroom buildings within park. The park is very well maintained. A nice addition would be an enclosed dog area. Be sure to make reservations! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a wonderful RV park, and because it was near the end of the season, the park was less than half full. We had requested and were given a back-in site along the rear boundary of the park bordering the Gallatin National Forest, and it was very nice having dense forest right behind our site. The site was very roomy for our travel trailer and pickup. One nice surprise was having a coupon each day for two free hours of Wi-Fi service, which suited our needs perfectly. Another nice bonus was having the nearby aspen trees cover some of our site with a carpet of bright yellow leaves when the wind picked up, like a snowfall of gold. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park located close to Yellowstone. Internet was horrible: 2 hour limit and it was very slow. Park was large, clean, and each site has a paved area with a picnic table. This park seems to stay full even in late September. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is what every RV park hopes to be when it grows up. Immaculate everything, neatly mowed grass everywhere, I could find no bare spots at all. Asphalt interior roads, level gravel parking pads, asphalt patios with recycled plastic picnic tables [no splinters]. Ample space between sites. Great expanses for pet walking. Nearby (walking distance) restaurants and shops. Very quiet. Good WiFi, but uses free coupons for 2 hour incremental use. Very friendly and efficient staff. One of the nicest parks we have ever encountered and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Kind of overpriced. Has nice sized sites, a little too close to the next one. Has gravel sites, iffy WiFi, otherwise a nice place. $50 plus a night: no it's not that nice. We were placed next to the seasonal folks with all their outdoor gear and ATVs etc. and since they all knew each other they communicated rather loudly and often. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We usually save a 10 for something that matches Ft. Wilderness, but Grizzly is just so well designed and kept and the staff so good. We think it's great. Plus location, location, etc, We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved this park! Very big rig friendly. Very well maintained and thoughtfully planned out with a wonderful layout. Staff very friendly and helpful. Grass was in wonderful shape. Would definitely return. But make sure you have reservations, they fill up fast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the finest parks in the US - well run, clean restrooms and great services plus it's near to the west entrance of Yellowstone. I had to go into the main building to get better Wi-Fi, but that's the only drawback. The site was a bit shorter than I wished but it wasn't a problem as the roads are so wide. ( I was on the arc of a turn.) I backed up to the National Forest so had no one behind me and the sites are far enough apart that you don't feel cramped. I wished that they has a weekly or monthly discount but I was told that they stay very busy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the best parks I have ever stayed in. Very nice grass and very level cement pads. Clean everything. Clean showers, big too. Only 5 minutes from park's west entrance. Only complaint would be no ESPN; they only had 16 stations. At least they had FOX news; only sports station was SPEED. BTW the rate I listed was for 6 people. Make sure you have a 20' sewer hose; for some reason the drain is at the mid front of the sight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Some people would not rate this park as a 10 because it does not have a pool but everything else is first class. We have stayed at this park several times and will come back again if there is space available. I highly recommend calling for reservations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the better commercial parks with full hookups in West Yellowstone, but it is still basically a big open parking lot with grass between the spaces. They now give you coupons good for 2 hours of WiFi, but it is still Tengo and we had problems staying connected as we did when we stayed here two years ago. When we called for a reservation, they said they could only give us four nights, not the seven we wanted. They said that they would put us on a waiting list for the other three. When we checked in they said that they could still not give us the full seven days and verified that our paper work for the waiting list was in order. They told me to check back the next morning just to make sure. The next morning when I went to the office to check on the status of our request, I heard one of the employees taking a reservation for the nights we wanted to stay. WHen I asked about site availability for our additional days, our paper work was now missing. They had a vacant site for one more night, but said I would have to move to another site because our site was reserved, this despite the written policy that specific site requests would not be accepted. They did not really seem to understand or care when I told them it was not worth the time and trouble to relocate and then leave the next day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second visit, as the first we were very happy with this park. Clean, well run, with nice sites. WiFi worked great, staff were friendly and knew what they were doing: fast service. Close to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We called ahead to notify them that we would be late. They posted the site instructions near the front door. Grounds were nicely kept, staff was very friendly, coffee and cocoa was available in office every morning. Four bathrooms with showers were placed around the site as well as the main office. We would go back again! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Just a short walk to town. Very well run, rules strictly and immediately enforced. Sweet as sugar girls at the front desk that have their check-you-in act together. Kids galore, everywhere all day long. No pool. Old School Hardware store with fantastic help and well stocked about 50 steps away from the front office for all your needs. Very convenient to the West Yellowstone gate. A bit pricey, understandable because it's a nice park and they have to make all their revenue in about 3 to 4 months. Can't go wrong here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Being close to Yellowstone and to town was such an asset. Our site overlooked a national forest with a nice grassy area, concrete patios that included a table. All aspects of an RV stay were considered. The activities for children were plentiful including being able to ride bicycles in the park. Park personnel were considerate and friendly. This had to be the cleanest park we have visited in a long time. For 191 sites, there were few washers and dryers and that is my only complaint. People were waiting a long time for availability. Since, I suspect, most people stay a good while at this location, the laundry facilities ought to be plentiful and they weren't. Otherwise, it was extremely laid out and well groomed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a first class park just blocks from the west entrance of Yellowstone NP and downtown. The WiFi was very good but the free access is 2 hours every 10 hours. Worked out fine as we could check emails and do Facebook in the morning and then again in the evening. There is plenty of space between sites, easy utility connecting, all roads paved so no dust, and is well maintained with a large staff. No weekly or monthly discount or we would have stayed longer. This is one of the nicest parks we've ever stayed in. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a very clean campground. My only dislike was the internet: you got 2 free hours daily, but it was difficult to sign on. Had very weak signals. Also, the bathroom cleaning schedule was 8:30 am to 10:00 am daily: had to get up early to get a shower. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Love this place! Our third year staying here. Clean, well run, and family oriented park. Access is good. Sites are large and level. Office staff is willing to help with questions. Close to west entrance of Yellowstone and the rest of town. The office closes a little early (7 pm) so get your supplies early. A little pricey but worth the knowledge that we'll have a well maintained level place to pull into after driving 1200 miles. We'll be back again... and again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best RV park we've stayed at during our 2.5 month trip! It is slightly more expensive than the others, but definitely worth every extra penny! The park is large. It is extremely clean and very well maintained. It is run very efficiently. The check-in process is easy. I really appreciate having 4 large lanes to park your rig/unhook the toad. This is a very busy park, but there were 4 staff members to facilitate the check-in process. The staff are very courteous plus helpful; the office/store has many brochures and info as well as a bulletin board of menus for surrounding area restaurants. The store is thoughtfully stocked with things you may need (both food, beverage, and items like binoculars). I didn't see much in the way of cheap trinkets (go to the stores in town for that). I was amazed that the store prices we so reasonable, maybe 10-20 cents more (if that much) than the grocery store. All of the interior roads are paved and very wide (no dust here!). The sites are big and wide. The parking pad is gravel (bordered by concrete) and level. The sites have a concrete picnic table pad. There is nice grass and trees separating you from your neighbors (no noise bleed from your neighbor's rig!) Also, if you have a table-top grill, the office will provide the free use of a grill mat to protect the composite tables. I was in a back-in site that bordered the dog walk with a field and trees beyond, very nice! I was very pleased that they had 3 laundry room/bath houses located thru-out the park. The best thing about the park is the location, two blocks from Yellowstone entrance and within walking distance of all stores plus restaurants (if you don't mind walking 2-6 blocks). We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice resort campground. The staff is excellent and they couldn't be nicer. One lady even walked our dog while we were on a tour. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great park in a perfect spot to visit Yellowstone. A couple of quick tips for you. First, if you plan to arrive during the busy summer season, have reservations. Whenever we were in the office, we could hear staff tell callers they had no sites available. Next, if you are a mh towing, disconnect at the office, even if you have a pull through site. The sites are plenty long, but the connections are near the back, w/toad still hooked on, makes it difficult to position mh. I watched a guy back up with toad, pretty ugly. We had to leave a day early, and we were refunded the full amount, that was a pleasant surprise. The bath houses were clean, but they do clean them during the normal heavy usage times. A pool and hot tub would put this place over the top. We will gladly return the next time we visit Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to visit Yellowstone. We had no problem with WI-FI, it must be the site you are in. Short walk into town. Would give it a 10 if there was a fenced area for the dog to run. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park to see Yellowstone. Would have given them a 9 but there Wi-Fi was weak, especially during peak evening. Check in very friendly, good wide level spaces. Easy in and out. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in a deluxe site which included free Wi-Fi, and a pull thru site. We had a flat, level, gravel site. Our site had a new plastic picnic table and a nice concrete patio. There was grass between our sites and there was lots of room for slide outs. The Wi-Fi was reasonably fast and easy to access. There was a nice, clean laundry room close to our site. It cost $2.00 to wash and $.25 for each 10 minutes to dry. It took about 40 minutes to dry a load of clothes. Every morning, there was free coffee and hot chocolate available. The park is within four easy walking blocks of most of the attractions of the town of West Yellowstone. The check in staff was very accommodating. They provided maps, coupons and advice for things to see in and around West Yellowstone. I thought the price was high, but location to Yellowstone Park and the cleanliness of the park along with the amenities made the price OK. I would definitely stay at this park again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice clean park with gravel sites and paved roads geared to the larger RVs. Huge park in a great location: very close to West Yellowstone downtown and attractions and a very short distance to Yellowstone West gate. Very busy park so reserve early. Has great showers; no pool. One playground that is smallish for such a large park and pretty far from most of the sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a really nice place to stay. Employees were very nice and helpful. Campground was clean and people working to keep it that way. Site was level for the most part with W/S/E. Even a pad with picnic table on site. Sites were large enough to where you were not experiencing your neighbors septic hose. Playground was nice and very well used. Restrooms were cleaner than expected with a full campground. Campground was within walking distance to town and close to the entrance to Yellowstone. Small shop with necessities on site. Had coffee and hot chocolate in the mornings. Laundry was good, but a bit pricey. Be prepared for mosquitos in this part of the country. For the cons, we were the lucky ones to get a site next to the dumpster. People, please consider this when you slam the dumpster door shut. Had to park the tow vehicle in the overflow parking due to the smaller length site. Other than that, I would return here when I am in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was an excellent park, we spent 6 nights here while visiting Yellowstone and found it very convenient. The sites are very close if not level, the property is very well maintained and there's a decent amount of space between sites. The staff is very friendly and always willing to help. The bathrooms and laundry facilities are very clean. I would definitely stay here again as well as recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice sites, clean restrooms, not much to offer on site besides a playground, but it's right in town so everything you need is within walking distance. Great location for exploring Yellowstone. Sites are easy to get in and out. Pricey, but you're paying for location. We tried to book another night, but they were full. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of our favorite campgrounds in the 12 years we've been camping! This is a first rate campground that was super clean with a nice playground and game room that our kids loved and was within walking distance to everything in the little town of West Yellowstone, MT. The campground store/office was fantastic too, with basic amenities as well as a nice little wine selection and some buffalo meat too. Super nice staff! The town of West Yellowstone is literally bordering Yellowstone National Park, hosting the western entrance into the park. From the campground you'll be inside the park within two minutes. Very, very convenient. Oh, and the city's fireworks show on the 4th of July was one of the best we've seen. The campground is situated so that you can watch the fireworks from your motorhome or camper. We will certainly stay here again and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a well-run, clean and well-maintained RV resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is fairly nice, although there is no pool, no hot tub, no firepits, narrow sites, and really no other amenities. The best thing this campground has is location where you can walk to the local shops. Otherwise, the KOA down the road is a much better choice if you want nicer sites with amenities. This seems overpriced considering you get not much for $58/night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 4 nights. Excellent location for visiting West Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, and Gallatin National Forest. Sites are level, with either concrete or asphalt patio, nice grass, some trees for shade. Located a couple of blocks off the main street so no noise. There is a nice area for tents. Has friendly hosts and good areas for walking dogs. Has a playground area for kids. The price included our Good Sam discount: pricey, but it's a newer park and in a tourist area. This is a good example of how RV parks should be built. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest RV park we have visited. The sites were spacious and well maintained. The shower and restroom facilities were clean and in many cases new. There is a nice playground for the kids. They also have a nice coffee/hot cocoa bar. Our next visit here will be in a month other than June to avoid the extraordinary mosquito population. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were extremely impressed the minute we walked into the main office. The office, staff and store were extremely clean. Park was organized and professional. Not the norm for most RV Parks we have stayed this vacation. The site was clean and well maintained, as was the entire park. The only reason we did not give it 10 of 10 was the TV cable was extremely snowy and barely viewable. For the $51+ a night we expected the TV Cable to be top notch. We had friends in the park, who have been going to this park for years, who stated the TV cable was the same way last year and that was why they went with a satellite system this year. The only thing the management needs to fix is the TV Cable and this park would be the best park we had ever stayed at. We were in the park over the 4th of July and watched the great fireworks show West Yellowstone put on. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Without a doubt the best place to stay while visiting Yellowstone National Park. The entrance to the Yellowstone is only 4 blocks away. The town of West Yellowstone has plenty of good restaurants, shopping and places to visit. The restrooms and showers were very clean and well maintained. WiFi was a separate contract with Tengo Internet and worked very well. Beautiful mountains views from anywhere in the park. Pet friendly with convenient trails in the National Forest. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great facility, even though pricey. Very spacious sites, capable of handling very large rigs. The only negatives were: 1. The park's use of Tengo internet, which gave you a two hour window of internet use per day. Any other time/more use required buying time from Tengo. Several times had difficult to log on. 2. The trash bins, which were supposedly bear-proof, were overflowing for at least two days. Any bear happening by, would have had their choice of the entire bin, as the lids would not close due to being overfilled. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very clean and nicely maintained. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The sites are paved and level and the park is easy to get in and out of. It is located just a couple of blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone Park and is walking distance to surrounding stores and restaurants. They offer several different discounts to include AAA and Military. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Finally! Really nice sites. Well laid out. Beautiful view of mountains. Walk to West Yellowstone: the best entrance to Yellowstone Park. Great staff. Very busy, and it should be! Grizzly is not an RV Resort; which we are searching for and filming, but it is a wonderful camp for those looking for campgrounds. We were here for six days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park just outside the west entrance to Yellowstone and within walking distance to many activities and shopping. The showers, restrooms, and laundry were always clean, and they park was immaculate. Lots of kids running around, so it's very family friendly. Wi-fi was a little slow, so we tethered to Blackberry, and we were fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is both the largest and the nicest RV park in West Yellowstone. Hookups were solid. Grizzly uses Tengo-Internet. We never did get it going. Our air card modem didn't work either, even though we got 5 bars. Sites were gravel with grass islands and well located shade/privacy trees. Unfortunately, we needed leveling blocks at our site. Interior roads were paved and dust free with large turning radii: very big rig friendly. This appears to be a family park with a big playground for the kids. However, we found the noise and busyness annoying. The lodge is real nice. Downtown is 2 blocks away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The $51.42 daily rate included tax and AAA discount. Nice, big park just a few minutes from the West Yellowstone Nat'l Park gate. We were assigned site #95, a corner site. The site was long enough for our 40' motorhome and car; however, getting into the site was difficult. Even though it is a pull-through site, we had to unhook the car and manuever the motorhome back and forth a couple of times to get into the site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice, clean park with wide, level sites separated by a grass lawn. As close to Yellowstone's West entrance as you can get and not be actually in the National Park. The bathroom/shower satellite buildings were clean and nice but with only one toilet and two showers (on the men side) seemed insufficient for the number of sites for which it was intended to support. More than once, I had to walk to another because the one nearest our site was occupied. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We agree this is a great RV park close to a National Park and not like the campgrounds in Yellowstone. We had a premium pull-through site which gave us free Wi-Fi, but after reserving this site, we got a Verizon Mobile Broadband account, which worked perfectly, so never used the free Wi-Fi. The site was very long with room to spare after parking our 38 foot motorhome and toad. The trees at most of the sites were small and still dormant, but the weather was cold so we weren't looking for shade. Very easy in and out of both the site and the RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The strengths of this campground are almost too numerous to list. Two sides border a national forest, making it convenient to hike. You are literally blocks from the West entrance to Yellowstone. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are simply outstanding. Free coffee, free games for kids. The check-in process was fast and friendly. Sites are level, and they allow you to wash your RV there. Clean picnic tables and concrete pads at each site. It is evident the owners put a lot of money into up-keeping this campground. The lack of swimming pool and the inconvenience of a two-hour (slow) limit on Internet prevented this campground from getting rated a perfect 10. (The entire Yellowstone area is lacking in Wi-Fi and Internet speed.) After 3 nights, we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an excellent and very clean park. While it is still off-season for our stay, I know it will be busy very soon, as it is the nicest in West Yellowstone. It is a little spendy in summer, but there is quality to go with that. As our time here was in unpredictable spring, we had freeze warning each night and had to disconnect our water. OK. That comes with the area and was not an issue with us. The sites are level and gravel and fairly wide. Each space has a pad for the picnic table, and grass and smaller pine trees. Our Verizon worked well, as did the satellite. There is cable service for "local" TV that was clear as well. The park is only 4 blocks away from the entrance to Yellowstone NP, and you can reach all parts of the Park with ease. The dog walk area is good and surrounds the park. The town provides lots of shopping and dining spots, and a great Wolf and Bear Discovery Center, don't miss it. But of course, the main attraction would be the Park itself: where you can see the bears and wolves and so much other wildlife and wonderful scenery. Staying at this RV park only adds to your total Yellowstone experience. We will definitely return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were in Site #80 a pull-through, w/ FHU and cable TV. Wi-Fi is free for 2 continuous hours each 10 hours of paid site. Site was gravel with an asphalt area for the picnic table. Park takes AAA or Good Sam for discount. Cable TV has 16 channels. Water needed to be disconnected each night for freezing conditions. Park has a playground with 1 tire swing. No pool available. Cell phone was good with Verizon but not ATT. Big rig accessible with pull-through's or back-ins. Tents allowed. Cabins can be rented. Room between sites was OK, most sites have trees on them for shade. Park had a gameroom, store, and a laundry room. Lady checking us in was not well versed on a computer system: needed help 3 times with check-in. Park was very clean and offered coffee, cocoa and cappuccino in the morning. Park was very quiet, did not see any hosts and office closes promptly at 5 pm. National Park is right around corner, so easy access. We only over nighted so we did not use everything available to guests. Plenty of stores, restaurants, and gas stations nearby. National Park Rangers, man a desk in the town visitor center so you can get info before entering park. Town has IMAX movies and Wolf and Bear Discovery Center. I lowered rating for hassle with Wi-Fi and water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. It's huge, which I'm sure will affect the level of service during peak season, but this early it was mostly empty. The location is the best of all the parks in town, the people are friendly, responsive and available, and the free coffee/cocoa/cappuccino is a nice bonus. Our rate is off-season, with Good Sam discount -- it's pricey in season, but so is everything else in the area. Unless we could get into Fishing Bridge in the park itself (which has no electricity this summer) I'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a fairly large, well-managed park with the Good Sam discount available. Due to nightly freezing weather, we were directed to disconnect the water line every night to prevent freeze-ups. The bathrooms are spotless with excellent shower facilities. The laundry room has 7 washing machines and 8 dryers (at $2.00 a load). This park is located just a few blocks from the entrance to Yellowstone NP. The sites are paved and reasonably level. Propane is not available. The office has a well-stocked mini-store and has knowledgeable people running the counter. Highly recommended for folks visiting Yellowstone. A bit pricey maybe but I thought it was worth it. I deducted one-point for the nuisance associated with having the disconnect/reconnect the water each night/morning but summer visitors shouldn't see this problem. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
One of the BEST parks we've stayed at. Office staff overly willing to make our stay as good as it gets. So close to town, we were able to walk everywhere for discovery and got in exercise too. Staff has great suggestions for everything you might want to do. Stayed here at start of season in May 2010 so accommodations easy, but understand 100% occupancy in peak season. Area great for hiking and fishing. If in the area, you have to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WOW!! What can I say about the Grizzly RV Park? I could go on for hours about how great the park is, but I'll keep it brief. This is by far the best, and now favorite, park I have ever stayed in. The park is clean and the staff are more than polite, they are down right wonderful. The park is only about 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. I set up my bus tour of Yellowstone park right in the Grizzly park's office, they even set me up with a dog walker/sitter while I was in the park. Wonderful! Now that I'm retired, I'm going to check into see how I can volunteer in the park. I love this place and can't say enough about it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A Queen size bed was advertised but was RV size queen not a bedroom queen. The mattress was 4 inch foam covered by plastic. It made noise every time you turned and sheets would not stay in place. I spilled some water so cleaned it up and found that the floor was quite dirty. The couch was almost impossible to sit on since had futon mattress that was over sized for the frame. The refrigerator freezer compartment was overgrown with about 3 inches of frost so it was almost unusable. The toilet was small and cheap with lid that was really loose and slipped all over. We would never rent a cabin in this place again. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
WOW! We loved this campground. The personnel could not be more friendly or helpful. The sites were super clean, and we had lots of choices on where to stay. The wi-fi worked great for us in a premium site, and it was super quiet. All amenities including 50 amp were awesome. This is our first 10 star rating, and the campground earned it. Location was also great - right in quaint West Yellowstone, and less than a mile from the park entrance. We'll be back! They have a great place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park to make your headquarters while you explore Yellowstone! Easy to find, nice wide paved streets and the pull through site was wide. The grass was well maintained. Within walking distance to West Yellowstone. Very nice camp store. If your rig is in need of washing, they will connect you with a couple of individuals who will come in to the park and take care of that for you or you are welcome to do it yourself. Customer service was outstanding. Some issues with their Nomad WI-FI but the office tried to help with that. Highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location! You can walk to all the cute shops and restaurants. I thought the location would be noisy but it was very quiet. The front desk staff were awesome! The only negative is the W-iFi service. If being online is important to you, consider staying elsewhere. Wi-Fi service was spotty at best and there was a constant flow of patrons complaining at the front desk about the issue. This is the only RV park I have ever stayed at that charged for Wi-Fi. The owner of this park needs to seriously consider the Wi-Fi issue and either make things right or get rid of it completely. Otherwise, this is a great park. I recommend the sites that back-up to the National Forest land. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were told that this was the Cadillac of RV parks: well it was. The only thing we found we didn't like was that the lots were so close you could practically hear your neighbor snore at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was the best campground we have stayed at this year. The grounds are immaculate; the staff very courteous and helpful; the showers and restrooms were very clean; the laundry was great; and it is very close to town, the post office, the bank, restaurants, etc. We were here two weeks and we did not find a single thing wrong with this RV park. We definitely recommend it to anyone. The Wi-Fi was excellent and we had good AT&T cell phone reception. There isn't a lot of shade yet as the trees are not mature yet but sitting outside and eating outside was great. It is so close to Yellowstone Park the only way you can get any closer is to stay in the park. We loved it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent park, convenient to Yellowstone, spacious sites, great place to run dogs, immaculate, adjacent to national forest, very courteous staff. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very over priced for what you get at this park. Don't understand the past rave reviews. Once in awhile you see a review where they call it for what it is. Manager can be a little dicey to deal with. When you pay this much and they advertise Wi-Fi, you should be able to get Wi-Fi and not pay extra. Paying extra doesn't even cut it because the Wi-Fi is in and out. Will stay somewhere else next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Highly recommend this park. Only minutes away from West Yellowstone gate, restaurants, shops, etc. A well-planned, attractive, meticulously maintained RV park. The staff was extremely helpful and courteous. Our site was landscaped with a concrete sidewalk and concrete patio area. The laundry area was spotless, as were the restrooms. If you are going to Yellowstone, I highly recommend this one! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful, new RV park with wide spaces, not crowded together, with lots of pull-throughs. I would have given this park a 10, except for the internet set-up. You have to pay for either 2-hours a day of internet service, or more for a "Premium" site so you get Wi-Fi 24/7. They give you access coupons for each day. Because we have a very elderly parent at home, we opted for the Premium site. Of course we were also there to spend days touring Yellowstone. The first evening, after returning from Yellowstone, I couldn't get on the Internet, the office closes at 5pm, and tech support told me they could not help me. The second day I got on in the morning, and again couldn't get on in the evening, and of course the office was closed. On the third day, the message I got on my computer was that my coupon code had been given to another computer, and so again, two days out of three, I could not get on. I talked at length with the manager, who said it was my fault because I did not bring my computer into the office during the day for them to try to fix it. Never mind that I couldn't come into the office because they close so early. He refused to credit me back any of the excess that we paid to get the 24/7 service. When I told him that I was going to write a review about it, he accused me of "blackmailing" him, but he still didn't credit me anything. So much for customer service. Bottom line, it is a great park, if you don't really need to depend on the internet service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park itself is nice and well kept. We stayed in one of their economy back-in spots which was not so nice. For those of you who care about your rig bring sprinkler covers because they like to water the grass and everything else within 10 vertical feet, woke up the first morning to a soaked rig; including the underside! The rigs are packed like sardines into this place so don't expect to get away from it all. The location is within walking distance to town and immediate access to mountain biking on the west end (there is even a Do-It Center immediately adjacent should you need to fix anything). Definitely not worth the price of admission though. You are going to drive hundreds of miles within Yellowstone to get anywhere so why pay a premium to stay near the entrance gate? Save the cash and stay a bit further out. Overall the cover of this book sold us but the story was so-so. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As stated earlier this is a "premier" park. The wide interior roads are all paved with the RV sites being gravel, but level. You are allowed to wash your rig, which is probably why the sites are gravel. We stayed in the newer section with concrete patios and walkways and ample parking for your tow vehicle. The restrooms and showers were all immaculate with lots of hot water.The park is landscaped with shade in the older section. Management and staff are attentive to your needs. As stated earlier make reservations as the park was full almost every night of our stay (27 nights).The local sales taxes are about 10%, so your Good Sam discount cancels out the local sales taxes. We used our Verizon air card so cannot comment on the Wi-Fi. We will stay here every time we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our second stay and once again, they were fantastic. It's a very nice park with paved roads, nice large sites with grass (we had an end site with tons of room) and trees at the sites. It's very well maintained and is in "downtown" West Yellowstone and only a few blocks from the entrance to YNP. My only comment for this stay was that their Wi-Fi was not great this trip. The highest connection was 5.5 mbps and usually 1: nearly impossible to use at that rate. Going to the clubhouse didn't help with the speed. That being said, the park is gorgeous, it's in a great location, and the staff are always very nice and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a first class RV Park located a few blocks from the heart of the town of West Yellowstone and the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The price listed reflects a 10% Good Sam Discount and is for a full hookup, back-in site. The staff at check-in was friendly and helpful and very knowledgeable of the area. The utilities were well laid out and in new condition. The bathrooms, showers and laundry were all very clean, in good condition and more than adequate in number. We had a cement patio with a nearly new picnic table and a crushed rock parking pad. The sites are not overly large but there is room for your slides and awning and room to park on site. The streets are fairly wide and paved. There are plenty of big rig sites in this park. The park is pet friendly with designated dog walk areas. There is free coffee and hot drinks at the office every morning. The store is clean and well stocked with food, RV supplies and gift items. Be aware there are no campfires allowed in the town of West Yellowstone and if you wish to BBQ on the vinyl picnic table you will have to borrow a protective pad from the office. The town is very nice and clean with many dining and shopping choices and 2 small grocery stores. I rate this park a 10 without hesitation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park, the staff are very friendly and helpful. Beautiful landscaped sites, level sites, perfect place to tour Yellowstone Park. Wi-Fi works very slow, sometimes cannot send a message at all. This park is busy, I was told that after labor day you can get in with no problem. I made reservations a long time before I got here just because I did not want to take a chance. It was a good thing, because this park was booked every night we were here (4 nights) people were turned away. Take my advice if you are going to be here 1 - 15 Sep, make reservations. Again a great park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second stay here, and we like it because it is clean, beautifully landscaped, close to town with friendly Staff. One of the best campgrounds anywhere. Our site is gravel but level. This will be where we stay any and every time we are in the area. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is one of the best, if not the best, campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The campground is clean and very family oriented. The entrance to the park is less than 5 minutes away and the Grizzly and Wolf center is just across the street. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped here based on recommendations and couldn't have been happier with our choice! Clean and well maintained spot with very friendly and polite neighbors. We had a back-in spot and the kids loved to explore in the wilderness beyond. Staff was always helpful and friendly. Only true negative was the sprinkler situation: it seemed to get the rig rather wet and would leave large puddles in park where the kids played. It's very close to the west entrance to Yellowstone, so it was worth every penny. Will stay again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The site was relatively convenient to Yellowstone Park. We also visited Virginia City, Montana. This was a beautiful RV park and perfect for our needs. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. Be warned that even in August, it can drop below freezing at night in West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I totally agree with the previous review. One of the nicest RV parks we have ever stayed in. An immaculate park with wide spaces, totally level, beautiful landscaping and very quiet. Located right outside the West Entrance to Yellowstone Park. Two laundromats were very clean and well maintained. The cleanest restroom I have ever seen. Staff was very helpful. Very good parking for several big rigs when checking in. Hated to leave the park. Oh, there's a terrific pet walking area into the woods with wide trails. Our dogs loved it. Picnic tables at every site that are actually in like new condition. Would definitely stay here again. You get what you pay for at this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Looks to be very new with the best of everything. Great spaces, great interior roads, large staff to service every need. Best check in area we've seen. Great location. Walk to shopping district. Four blocks from Yellowstone park entrance. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. Only negative was very poor internet service. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A bit more expensive than we felt was reasonable but then so were the others, in the Yellowstone area. Paved roads, level gravel pull-throughs, cable, decent Wi-Fi, nice camp store and laundry. We had an end site so were blessed with a larger lawn then most but everyone had at least 12 feet from there neighbor. An added plus was they had no problem with the washing of your rig. After collecting bugs, in eight states, I really appreciated it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very close to the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park, and was very busy. I thought this was a very well-kept park: with a friendly and helpful staff. We stayed 3 days in a back-in site (lot's of pull-thrus but all were full), and had no problem in my 40'er. Two negatives: the WI-FI mostly didn't work from our site and trees blocked our satellite reception...but they did have cable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place for large dogs, could walk them off leash if you take them back a little ways. The workers were very helpful and friendly. Free coffee and hot cocoa. Internet was spotty. Mosquitoes were awful and I mean bad. Dumpster was far from us. The parking was tight if you're in a back in site and have long bed truck . Make sure your loaded up on groceries before getting to Yellowstone as prices are astronomical (which isn't the parks fault). Would stay there again but would probably look else where first. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a very clean, tidy, nicely presented & maintained RV park and one of the best looking we have visited. It is convenient for visiting the town, about a 10 minute walk away. We had a back-in site which was adequate for our 30ft 5th wheel. The outside space quite good. The pull-through sites are larger, but a little more expensive. There is a great shop & office area, with very helpful staff. The free coffee in the morning is a nice touch. Restrooms & laundry were spotless. The family stayed in the cabins on site, & were very comfortable (although they missed having a TV.) We enjoyed our 5 night stay there, would use the park again & have no hesitation in recommending it. We have only one minor complaint. They have a 2 hr coupon system for wi-fi, which is a bit inconvenient. As they give you extra coupons free on demand, we couldn't understand why they didn't just make the wi-fi free & save us the trips to the office & the hassle for the staff. If the park had had a swimming pool & better wi-fi, I would have scored it 9/10. The rate may appear high, but seems to be what you have to pay to be in this area at this time, & when you've seen Yellowstone - it's worth every penny! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Super clean grounds, bathrooms and showers! A very nice RV park in a very convenient location. Just minutes away from the entrance from Yellowstone and in the heart of West Yellowstone. Aside from the price I could not be more pleased with this place. The Wi-Fi worked flawlessly! The staff is very on top of it all and does everything they can to make your stay enjoyable. The only problem I had was the little pine tree between my spot and the one next to me was so close that I could not open the awning. I would certainly stay here again anytime I'm in the area. One of the cleanest RV parks I have ever seen. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful park. The staff is very friendly. They have large, level pull thru sites, with plenty of room between sites. There is a playground for the children. The utilities and cable work great. The restrooms are nice and clean. This is a quiet park. We will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, convenient park for visiting Yellowstone area. Staff very friendly. The park is right in town, but it was also very quiet. Clean restrooms and showers, plus the kids enjoyed the playground. We stayed here 5 nights while sightseeing. Our only complaint was the marginal Wi-Fi which was "free" for only 2 out of a 10 hour window. Apparently this provider's servers are frequently overloaded: do not expect to send or receive basic e-mail. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Park. Very nice staff. Close to town (a short walk). The sites are large and easy to navigate. A great stay. Good Power, Good water, no utility problems. Nice store on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park only minutes from the west entrance to Yellowstone. The roads are paved and the sites are concrete with plastic picnic tables and a grassy area. (We're talking real thick grass for a change.) The longest pull-thrus are about 70 feet - a bit short for us with car trailer but we made it work. Their WiFi (free for the premium sites) worked pretty well as did our Verizon air card. No problem with the satellite. AT&T cell phones work fine here but, obviously, not in most of the Park. No pool or exercise room or I'd have rated higher. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice RV park! Even the registration process was pleasant with a very nice, helpful person. The site had grass, trees, a patio, and a picnic table. Best of all, the neighbors sewer thing was screened by shrubbery. The sites were large, easy to pull into, easy to navigate around the park, and everything was so clean. We were able to walk a couple of blocks to town for some shopping and go to the Discovery Center. It was expensive, but worth it. We did receive a 10% discount with our Good Sam membership. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Many people have told us about this campground, all very favorable. We made a reservation for 6 nights and asked for a back-in with full hookups. We were NOT disappointed in our stay, in fact, it exceeded our expectations. First, the staff were very friendly,helpful and efficient. We were assigned site #36. As with surrounding sites, our site was plenty large enough for our 36' motorhome and tow. Roads are paved and site aprons are hard-packed gravel bordered by concrete. Our patio was asphalt and the remaining portion of our site was covered with very nice grass, all of which is well maintained. The entrance to our site and most others have small (18') aspens and/or small pines. Trees do not create a problem when entering the site. We had excellent cell phone and satellite reception, although they do have cable. Also, we were given "tickets" to log on their Wi-Fi but we use an "air card" and had good reception for this also. This park is within walking distance of downtown, and only 3 blocks from the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center which we definitely recommend visiting. (It is a non-profit habitat for the animals plus an interpretation center). We rate this resort a "10" based on our needs and will definitely stay here again. The price may seem steep however it is cheaper than several other private campgrounds nearby that offer much less. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent RV Park! Friendly and helpful staff. Sites are well kept and workers are visible at all times. Clean, quiet, and a happy place to stay. Highly recommend this park. Laundry rooms are clean and well maintained however, they are small in size and little walking or turn around room. We would stay here again!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
About the only negative with this park is that the signage to help you find the park is poor and their entrance sign is hidden behind trees so you don't see it until you get to the entrance. Otherwise this is a great park. The staff is outstanding, premium sites are long, wide and level and the interior roads are wide asphalt. If you have dogs this park has some of the best walking trails that you will find anywhere. We would return to Yellowstone just to stay in this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large, very busy, campground. Clean facilities and the grounds are well kept. The mosquitoes are terrible, swarming you as soon as you leave your RV. WIFI is OK at best but you only get 2 hour coupons?? Not a value for $40+ a night. Will stay elsewhere on our next trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large, modern, well-maintained and well-designed campground. Paved roads and patio. Gravel site, level. Good for satellite. Wireless worked, but was somewhat weak. Excellent location for Yellowstone near the west entrance. Town of West Yellowstone is interesting too. Stayed here for five nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground. The staff was friendly and helpful, the showers were clean, and the kids loved the playground. The first night we had some noisy neighbors, and there is no phone number or security during the night. However, the next morning we mentioned it to management and they took care of it. The park's location is perfect for walking through town and very close to west entrance to Yellowstone. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a wonderful park. Bathrooms and all other facilities were very clean. Best stocked camp store I've ever seen. The staff were busy but still had time to answer all our questions and provide suggestions for site seeing. A little pricey but you get what you pay for. We were with four families, all in diesel pushers, no problems. The only reason I didn't give this a 10 was because the trees were a little immature inside the park. Still, the park is surrounded by a forest with trails among tall pine trees. Mosquitoes were a problem so take plenty of spray. The park was conveniently located just outside the west gate to Yellowstone. Although against the rules, I asked if I could wash my MH on-site. I had driven 1500 miles and collected a few bugs. They said, "no problem and thanks for asking." Free coffee and hot chocolate in the mornings made it a nearly perfect experience. The WiFi worked OK but was not the fastest. Still, you are able to check your email. I will stay here again and gave it 9.5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, in-town campsite. Felt as if we were parking in a city versus a campground. Half-mile or so to lots of retail. Office operation went like clock-work. Friendly staff first said they were full and were about to call another place for us but then found a big-rig (even though we had a 29' Class C motorhome) site we could have for the night. Free coffee/cocoa the next morning. Second highest price we paid on the trip but that might have been due to the bigger slot we were given due to their being full. If you want predictable comfort / cleanliness / ease of parking this'll be right for you. We like a little more countryside feel. Hard to beat the very slight jaunt into town though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park with fairly easy access and expensive for what you get. But, boy, the mosquitoe's are terrible at any time of the day or night. We'll try elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large and clean, very busy on a Monday night mid-June. Free coffee in the morning. Laundry is $2 a load, 25 cents for each 10 minutes of drying. Huge playground. Quiet, convenient. Helpful staff. Could use a few more rest rooms to avoid having to wait in line for the showers. No fires allowed. Good store with lots of travel information. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location for exploring Yellowstone. The workers were very nice, the place was very clean. We walked into town multiple times, very convenient. There are nice walking/bicycling trails behind the park in the National Forest. Site are easy to get into & out of, all utilities worked fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful RV Park, and the Managers and staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel, large and level. Everything in and around the park is immaculate. The rules of the park were very clear and seemed to be enforced. I would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staff is friendly. Sites are level on gravel with grass area. Advertised "free WiFi" is only for the "Premium Sites" otherwise they give you a coupon for 2 hours of free WiFi every 10 hours ( with limited bandwith). Or pay $4 day. They really don't have any competition in town. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I am not sure where all the other reviewers stayed, but obviously my experience was different. We made our reservation for a pull through, over six months in advance and were given a small back in space. It would have required a 45 foot sewer hose to connect, so we did without and had to use the dump. Staff was very pushy and uncaring about their mistakes. Only game in town, so I guess they don't have to care. Restrooms in outer buildings were not clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park, friendly and helpful staff. Very clean and kept up. Site was level with concrete patio and grass area. Laundry room was very clean. Great place behind the park to walk your dog. Would have given it a 10, but felt it could use some lighting at night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent RV park, very clean, friendly staff and nice sites. We were parked along the back with a nice view of the National Forest. Easy in and out to the National Park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just returned from this campground where we stayed in a tiny pop-up we pull behind our motorcycle. We loved this campground. Staff was friendly, and helpful. Clean restrooms, showers and facilities. I wish they offered free Wi-Fi for the prices they charge. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a very nice RV park. Interior roads are wide and paved as are the patio areas at the sites. Staff was very friendly and helpful when needed. RV repairs and propane can be easily found in town. Park is very well laid out for large rigs, clean and well maintained. We had a standard pull-through at the end of a row with a large grass area for the dog. Site was wide and level with stable power. Great location for exploring Yellowstone NP and when you get back to your site you can walk to town for shopping and restaurants. Pet friendly park with nice areas in the national forest to walk your dog. For the price you pay you only get 15 minutes of Wi-Fi, additional 2 ½ days costs $9, signal was strong for the 3 days we were here. Cable TV reception was not that great with some network signals very intermittent. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have heard good comments about this park so we stayed here for 2 days. We paid $4.00 for Wi-Fi that was supposed to be for a day. Not quite. Wi-Fi is included in the price for the more expensive sites. Our site was a back in, which we found out is not a premium site. We had a hard time backing in, as there was a restroom directly in front of us. The grass was worn out and should have been cement in it's place. The site was so short we could not park our tow in the site. The overflow space was not close. The site could have been enlarged to accommodate the parking of a tow. While I was using the laundry room, another guest brought their dog inside the building; apparently that is allowed. This park does not provide propane fill up, which we needed. Staff was friendly, however I could have used more information about the park instead of hearing about the sale of items in the office. We only stayed in this park so we could catch up on laundry and cleaning as we spent more than a week "dry camping." I really don't see where this park is so great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best campgrounds that we have ever stayed in. The staff is great as are the sites grounds and service. Even though we wouldn't use it, it needs a pool to make at 10. We have stayed here before and will again. The only campground we like better is Ft. Wilderness, but it cost twice as much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best park we have been in!!! The staff is great and they appreciate your business. Streets are paved as are the picnic table patios. We were backed up to Natl Forest so had privacy. Sites are big. Bath and showers were SPOTLESS! We were there only two nights but wish we had been there longer. A perfect park!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location! The park is walking distance to everything West Yellowstone has to offer and is very close to the west entrance of the park. It is a great base camp to explore the park. Very clean with nice level sites that include a picnic table and grass area. Playground and game room for the kids! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
The place was spotless, had all the amenities and a wonderful location. Sites were level, with grass and picnic tables. The staff was among the friendliest and most helpful we have encountered in our travels. This is so close to the entrance of West Yellowstone it makes day trips to explore the park super easy. We really enjoyed our stay here and will return on our way back home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A quality, professionally run RV park. Sites were well laid out, level, and nicely landscaped. Convenient to park and just down the street from the Grizzly and Wolf center (well worth seeing). A good value; we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very convenient to downtown West Yellowstone. The spaces are larger than many commercial RV parks. It is located on the edge of town and surrounded by National Forest land on two sides. It is in the mid to high price range for West Yellowstone. The free Wi-Fi through Nomadisp did not work any better than many of the free systems at other RV Parks. The signal fluctuated from excellent to poor often and the internet connection was also lost momentarily on numerous occasions. Some channels were not very clear on the cable TV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have the oversize lot for our bus. It was great. Easy in and out with a great front desk. We will stay here again. We stayed two weeks and will go back again and a again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Easy access, do not have to unhook toad for the pull-thrus, wide roads, great for big rigs. Friendly staff, managed to get us in a day early in a great site. Can walk to town and the museum and discovery center etc., and very close to Yellowstone National Park entrance. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground. The people that worked there were amazing. Anything we needed they would help with. This campground is one of the cleanest campgrounds we have been in. They water the grass late at night so you can enjoy nice green grass. The staff take great pride in making this campground one of the nicest campgrounds. We would highly recommend this campground to anyone and plan on staying there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a class park, well managed and well groomed. It would be a 10 if it had a pool and tub. The folks at the front desk are great. The manager is very involved with the daily operation. Park is not cheap, but close to town and the west gate for Yellowstone Park. 3 laundry, small but nice. They allow RV washing no additional charge. We will come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a totally great experience at this resort park. We did not have a problem with personnel at check-in. Everyone was very nice and helpful. Our Internet was great. It was a bit expensive, but we were willing to pay for the convenience. Would definitely return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice RV park, although a bit pricy, due to the limited season they can serve the tourists of Yellowstone National Park. Great facilities and site amenities. Folks at the front desk could remember to smile. Best bet for a visit to the original American National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably the best RV facility in Montana and ranks right up there with any RV campground anywhere. We have a 45 foot motorhome and we fit easily into most sites. Very clean, very well maintained. Four blocks to gate in West Yellowstone. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice park, close to town and only 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone. The bathrooms were spotless and the staff was pleasant and helpful. The only negative was the mosquito's. They were awful and would literally chase you when you were outside. It would be nice if they sprayed for the mosquito's. The laundry room was rather expensive but the showers were free and they had free coffee every morning so that offset the price of laundry. I would definitively stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had quite a different experience than the other reviewer of this RV Park. The staff was VERY friendly when we checked in and things seemed really organized. When we checked out, we had needed a tool to fix a problem with the coach and they sent somebody right out - he ended up fixing the issue for us. We "splurged" for a premium site and it was very nice and worth the money. The Wi-Fi worked well, the place was clean and up to date, and the location was really convenient to the West Yellowstone park entrance (important to us since we just had our Vespa). The park is also within walking distance of the town. We were surprised that this town was bigger than we thought - lots of restaurants, stores, etc. It didn't hurt that the weather was spectacular when we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are fulltimers and have traveled to more than 300 parks across the USA, Canada and Mexico in the past 10 years and have NEVER been treated with such disrespect and arrogance. My wife was verbally abused by the front desk clerk and when I went to try to resolve the issue he threatened me. My wife and I were put in spot #240, which was nice but covered with cigarette butts and dirty. We experienced WIFI login problems and needed a new pass code. We called the office which is a bit of a walk from our site and I am currently recovering from heart surgery. Even with that, the clerk insisted that we come to the office to receive our pass code that should have been given to us upon check in, but he said he did not trust who we were on the phone and hung up on my wife. When we went to the office he lied by not admitting who he actually was and claimed my wife "cussed at him". He then slid out of the office. We went back to speak to the manager and the clerk called 911 and said "We were bad examples of RVers" after I told him he was an awful representative of the park. No manager was made available to speak to us in person or by phone. All we wanted was an internet pass code which we paid for at registration. We left the next morning sorry that we did not stay at one of the many other nice parks available in the area. This park was very convenient in it's location, but I would advise anyone to read all the reviews posted on RV Park Reviews prior to making a reservation. The people who work here appear to be bitter and arrogant and do not give you all the facts until after you have arrived and paid. They were all down right NASTY. We have never had such an experience. Because of the location they think the guests can be treated with no manners or courtesy. We also found that the laundries have NO change machines, requiring another walk to the office and the dryers produce little heat even though they are new (They are set so it costs you several dollars to dry one load of sheets and towels). The lawn sprinklers soak everything and barking dogs are not stopped by management at night. The employees we came in contact really ruined our time in West Yellowstone and seem as though they enjoyed our dismay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful place, the only thing lacking are shade trees. They do have hundreds of pines so your satellite will work well. We stayed for 4 nights and would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large, clean & tidy park; paved or gravel pads with grass between, and sites are relatively spacious for a campground that could definitely pack 'em in if they wanted to. Backins may not be quite long enough for longer rigs to park both RV and tow vehicle/toad on the pad, so many of us squeezed in as best we could. Some backins around edge of park, especially on east & south sides, have nice views of woods, meadows and the Yellowstone plateau. Large, friendly staff; very clean bathhouses & laundry facilities; convenient to the town of West Yellowstone and to YNP itself. One warning (which the campground does tell you about) - automatic sprinklers come on at night and can drench a tent or get water inside open RV windows. Campground loans out buckets to divert the sprinkler flow, but you have to ask for them. Correct food storage principles for bear country are required here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park was clean and well cared for. We have a 35' 5th wheel and we fit in a back in site (we had to park our truck in the overflow parking though. However, beware of the sprinklers! We had people with us who were staying in a tent (probably one that the previous reviewer complained about!), the park provided us with buckets to cover the sprinkler heads, but they had no idea where the actual heads were. It took three nights for our tent guests to find all the sprinklers that were soaking them every morning! I also spoke with another guest who said that the sprinklers were soaking the under side of his slide. I would bring a LOT of mosquito repellent if you stay here - the mosquitoes were horrendous. That being said, we were actually impressed with the condition of the park and quite satisfied with our stay until our last night. It was evening time and our dogs were barking at people walking by so I was headed out the door to put them away because I didn't want them to disturb other campers. At the same time I was approached by the managers and told that they needed to talk to me about the dogs. I was more than willing. They said that they had some complaints about the dogs barking. I apologized, told them I understood, and that I was trying to take care of the problem at that exact time. They continued to insist that I didn't understand and that I had to do something about the barking. The more I tried to apologize and comply they more the male manager yelled at me, got aggressive, and began to get threatening. This was the first time any of their staff had spoken to me or my family about the dogs barking and I was trying desperately to communicate that I understood and was sorry and wanted to make it better. I left a comment when we left explaining that I felt that I was treated poorly. A couple weeks later I received something in the mail from the park. Instead of an apology it was a copy of another campers comments that said that my dogs had been barking (I never denied that my dogs were barking, just had a problem with how the managers handled the problem). The comments also highlighted another set of dogs that I know were not my dogs, but I believe that I was getting blamed for that as well. Anyway, my issue is not that they were unhappy about my barking dogs (I feel bad that my dogs were barking as they are not usually barkers). The hostile and harassing way I was treated caused me and my family EXTREME distress. It all but ruined my family vacation and I honestly lost sleep over it. Although this was a very clean and well cared for park I would not recommend that anybody stay here. I saw at least two other negative comments about the manager on this site. And as one of them said, "it if can happen to us, it can happen to anybody". I will never stay here again and I will tell everybody I know to stay away. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A little costly, but worth it when compared to the alternatives in the area. The popularity of this park (full most nights all season) tells you the rates are what the market is willing to pay. Any size rig will fit here, assuming the driver knows how to maneuver it. Only negatives are weak wi-fi and the fact that the park allows tents to be erected in the RV area. Staff was very helpful and friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We saved $10 a night by taking a back-in site which was large enough for out 40 foot MH. I do agree with the other posts that this place ia way overpriced but it is a nice, well taken care of park located right by the west entrance to Yellowstone. The water pressure was low and charges for Wi-Fi. The office staff of work campers were helpful in giving us directions and recommendations for places to eat. This park was full every night that we were there, so have reservations! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would have given a higher rating to this CG but their price prevents me from doing so. While this park is very clean and has nicely laid out sites with good utilities, it is not worth what they charge. We have stayed at many of the premier resorts in the country, and this park charges like they too are in this category, though they are not. I appreciated the nice long pull thru's, nice picnic tables, paved streets and overall location. I just didn't appreciate the over charging. Some advice, bring alot of mosquito spray and do not bother paying for the WiFi service. It's slow and drops out continuously. It's a quiet and very clean park. But their costs overshadow the positives here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great private park. Staff were super friendly and sites extremely clean. We only stayed 3 nights and it snowed in June, but when we come back we'll stay here. Close to zip into the park for Basin area but even better you're close to town for great pizza and BBQ. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We went to this park because of all the great reviews. I don't know if all those people were camping for the very first time and don't know any better or what. I agree with the most recent reviewer. Terribly overpriced. You need to get one of their high end expensive pull thrus if you want to fit. We have a 37' Class A. The Wi-Fi is such a joke, and to actually charge for it is ludicrous. The back in sites are OK if you are shorter than we are, but for the price I would expect to see more space between sites. Kind of close together for this kind of money. It's hard to find decent camping in the Yellowstone area, and I guess that is why people go to this campground, and they must rate it highly because there just isn't a lot else. A rip off. Won't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Still a nice park but they've gone over the top on pricing. In addition to a steep price they now charge for very poor, weak wi-fi. And, for a park this size in a cold climate, you would think they would have propane but they do not. When we were there they were about one-third empty, some of these vacancies I am sure is due to their new policy of you get less and pay more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park and I would have given it a 10 except for the mosquitoes. They water the grass every night which seems to give the mosquitoes a good place to breed. You couldn't be outside without a screen room. Otherwise we loved it. It is within walking distance of the Grizzly/Wolf Discovery Center which I heartily recommend. The pull through sites are long and will handle any size rig. You should have reservations however! The staff is friendly and accommodating. It is also satellite friendly. I would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great campground. We were here for 7 nights and just loved it. The office staff couldn't have been friendlier or more helpful. The WiFi internet service worked very well. Our site was very level and the entire park was clean as a pin and well maintained. The other nice thing was that it was only 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. How convenient. We would recommend Grizzly to anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a week in a 31' motorhome. This is the nicest park we have stayed in after using parks in more than 25 states. It is so convenient not only to Yellowstone NP but also within walking distance of town and museums. All of the sites are beautifully landscaped with blacktop picnic table areas and gravel sites. It is surrounded on three sides by National Forest so there is a wonderful area to walk your pets. Very well maintained, free coffee in the am each day ! Definitely recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, good sites, helpful staff. It was raining when we arrived and two friendly staff helped me with backing in my 5th wheel. Location is great, close proximity to Yellowstone west gate. Village of West Yellowstone very nice but restaurants seemed pricey. Sites are gravel with adjacent grass area PVC type tables which look like new. Good store with good supply of items and RV needs. Only dislike was the WiFi. For charging the most daily site fees and then to only offer 15 minutes of one-time WiFi time seems almost insulting. Especially when WiFi is becoming so commonplace these days. That's why I gave it a 9. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This really was a nice campground, very clean and friendly staff. The nice big grass area and playground were exactly what my kids needed. We actually skipped out on a day of touring the park because the kids were having fun and needed some downtime. I agree with a previous review, the wifi was insulting. If you have a "premium" site you get the wifi for free, however all sites were pricey and to pay additional irritated me. If we are ever back in West Yellowstone, I think we might try to find a place that is more "campy", if you know what I mean. This was more of an RV resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well, although it’s been years since I’ve been there, I continuously compare these campgrounds to Disney’s Fort Wilderness because that was by far, the best I’ve been to. Grizzly is probably the closest I’ve seen so far. For such a large campground, it was well maintained and the staff couldn’t have been any friendlier. The bathrooms were spotless and although there were several throughout the property, I was a bit skeptical when I saw only 2 showers and 1 toilet in the men’s room. There must be a lot more bathrooms than I thought, because during my stay, I never waited for the toilet or shower. It could have also been that we were the only small trailer in the park and everyone else had facilities on their RV’s, but regardless, there was no waiting. Also, at each bathroom was a kitchen sink that my wife found incredibly useful and much easier than washing pots in the tiny sink in our PUP. Being my first time camping at Yellowstone, I’m not sure if this is a common practice, but you need a code to get into the bathrooms, thus helping to eliminate unauthorized visitors. If for some strange reason you get tired of Yellowstone, West Yellowstone was a surprising little town. Between the IMAX Theater, Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center and shopping, you could easily stay busy for a day outside the park. Although they do roll up the sidewalks at 10:00 PM, you can always catch a midnight snack at the New York Diner, they stay open till 3:00 AM. I strongly recommend the GPS tour of Yellowstone. It’s available at the front desk and just plugs into your cigarette lighter, sticks to your windshield and off you go. If you need help, just ask any one of the friendly staff. The voice prompts give you a private tour of Yellowstone with plenty of information that made our trip even more interesting. There are plenty of tips on often overlooked turn-outs throughout the park and even lets you know when you are approaching an area known for a particular animal. Additionally, there is an option for the GPS to play very soothing music that fits well with the tour. We especially liked the GPS tour we could move at our own pace and if we weren’t interested in a certain attraction, we just didn’t stop, unlike when on a bus tour. It was well worth the $50 for 24 hours. Oh, I finally thought of a negative point here. There’s not much shade, so use your awning or bring an eating tent. Did I mention that the campground is spotless? We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
As a big time dry-camp/boonies camper I expect a lot from any commercial campground I stay at; VERY few live up to my definition of “value for the money”. With that said, Grizzly lived up to all the hype/stellar recommendations on this site. The facility and grounds were about totally immaculate. The absolute epitome of professionalism and helpfulness was shown from the staff each and every time we interacted with them. Few minor negatives that keep me from giving them a “10” are: Some of the equipment in the kids play room was is so-so condition, cable tv reception was a bit fuzzy, and charging for wifi (@ $4 a day) is a bit out of line with what most RV parks offer as a standard amenity nowadays. This park offers the odd combination of being very family friendly, pet friendly, yet also attracts higher end clientele, it’s a great thing. Awesome location, sites, staff, and clean cut/respectful customers make this park the gold standard in my opinion. Would stay here again in a New York minute. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground that is close to town and entrance to Yellowstone. We stayed here for three nights. Had a back-in site on the east edge of the campground. Seems to be more crowed on the west side. They have expanded the place since we were there in 2000. It was quieter the last time we were there, but it's still OK. Very friendly staff in the office, always poking jokes. Must try their free capuccino in the morning, thick and creamy! Bought the Huckleberry ice-cream in the store, enjoyed them very much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice, big rig friendly, park which is well located within walking distance to most of town. While it is clean, neat, and has good sized spots for rigs of all sizes, it is costly for a park with no pool/spa/hot tub. The work campers here are great: both friendly and hard working. Had some work done on my rig by Repairs by O'B: he was great. We will return here, because it has many features we like. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made a reservation here for arrival on a Saturday. On Friday we were delayed and called to change the reservation to arrive Monday. Because I called at 1:15pm and the policy is that cancellations must be made by 11:00am, they would not accommodate me and charged me one day, $47+ cancellation fee, even though I was not actually cancelling, but rather just delaying my arrival. I talked to the manager and he would not vary from the policy and was not very nice. I cancelled all of my reservation and found Valley View RV Park in Island Park with all the amenities that Grizzly has at $13 Passport America. Also, Valley View said that if I needed to change or cancel they would appreciate a call by 6:00pm the previous day. So it actually worked out better except I lost the $47. It probably is a very nice park, but make sure that if you want to change your arrival you call by 11:00am and not 11:01. I certainly wouldn't stay here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground within walking distance to just about everything in West Yellowstone. Extra large, level pull thru sites and very clean bathrooms and showers. A great place to stay in West Yellowstone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park. Well kept. Friendly staff. We preferred a back in so we could back up to the national forest. Great dog walk area back there. We are having a little problem fitting our jeep on the site because our sewer hose is about 25' and it needs to be longer on this site so that we can back our 37' rv back further. Cannot believe they charge for the WIFI. It is $4 a day and it is bad, don't waste your money. West Yellowstone is a great town with lots going on and a lot of shops. Very rustic. Love this area. Grizzly is the nicest rv park in the area and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My family and I had a great time and all loved the park. It was VERY clean and the staff helpful and friendly. It would have been nice if the park had a pool and or hot tub but we still loved our stay. I would also like to take this time to say thank you to our neighbors we met while there, you guy were great!!!! thank you for the carrots and I hope you made it to the Tetons. Thank you for a great time and we’ll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a wonderful park! This is our kind of camping. The sites were level, patios paved, grass at the sites. The streets were wide, paved and easy to maneuver. The park is well taken care of, the staff very efficient and friendly, and though a bit high price-wise, it is to be expected only 4 blocks from Yellowstone. We would have enjoyed a pool and hot tub and this is our only suggestion. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a wonderful RV park. Very well maintained, beautiful sites, and the facilities were clean. The location is very close to restaurants and shopping. I would highly recommend this park. We had a great time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Came here after a couple nights at Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone. We called this the "Posh" RV resort at the average rigs pulling in were the $250K motorhomes pulling Hummers as toads. There were many tents, 5th wheels and trailers as well, but it was more "upscale." The staff was very friendly, facilities were very clean, and the fresh coffee in the main building was a nice touch. We backed up to the National Forest and had some great mountain bike rides. Cable worked well, and the WiFi worked well. We paid the $4 for a days' worth of access. I didn't really feel like the kids could go out and play - maybe that was just my impression. The staff is constantly patrolling the area, so we were always afraid we were doing something wrong. It's a lovely RV Park, and based on what we saw of the RV parks in West Yellowstone, this one is the ONLY one we would stay at. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although we share the opinions of others with regard to the facilities offered at this campground, we did not have a good experience with the campground managers. Upon our arrival we were informed that "for some reason" one of their clerks had changed our arrival date to the day before. I had their confirmation letter in hand stating that we were to arrive when we did. They had given away our pull-through site, and told us they had a back-in site available. They wanted us to take the back-in site for the first two days and then move to a pull-through site for our last three days. Once we were settled into the back-in, we did not relish having to pack up and move again in two days. We told the manager that we would prefer to just stay where we were. We were told that we could not, because there was a group of two coming in behind us, and they needed the back-in site for that twosome. The more we thought about this, the more we realized that they were expecting us to interrupt our vacation and take the time to move sites in order to compensate for a mistake THEY had made on our reservation. When my husband told them we would not move, one of the managers told us that if we did not move to the other site in two days we would be asked to leave the campground. Two hours later, both managers visited our motorhome and told us we could stay where we were. This situation caused us a great deal of anxiety. If this happened to us, it can happen to you. Beware. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best parks we have ever stayed in. Sites were of good width for a park this size. Sites were easy to get in and out of with a big rig. Bathrooms and Laundry were immaculate. Had a decent playground for kids and a well stocked store. We enjoyed the Mountain Bike trails that were right next to the park. Staff was very helpful with restaurant recommendations and directions to attractions outside of the RV park. The park was 4 blocks from the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The only complaint was that they watered the grass nightly, but considering the drought they are in, green grass was nice to see. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground with a convenient location. The grounds are beautiful with paved roads, paved campsites with a grass area at each campsite. Located in the town of West Yellowstone you are close to groceries, restaurants, IMAX theater, and it is only one mile to the west entrance. The only drawback is that the trees are still young and there is not much shade. I highly recommend this RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Best staff of any campground I've ever stayed at! Park is well laid out and easy to get around and find your site. They have 4 registration lanes separate from the main in/out access, the dump station is also separate from both of the above, which keeps traffic moving well. There seems to be a lot of turnover here so the layout is excellent. There's washers and dryers located in the bathhouses throughout the park, $2 to wash and $.25/10 min to dry. I thought the park was very expensive for what you get, but everything in Yellowstone/West Yellowstone is expensive ($21 for a large pizza for instance, don't be looking for the dollar menu at McD's either). It's a short walk or bicycle ride into town, which is very nice. Be aware, you are only 4 blocks from the entrance to YNP, but it's 14 more miles to the closest visitor's center, so no matter where you're going in YNP, it's a 28 mile round trip to get to the main loop road. All that being said, it's a beautiful campground and the staff is the best. Yellowstone is AWESOME and I would definitely make Grizzly my base camp for my next visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What can I say that just about everyone else hasn't already said, this park is very nice, the staff went out of their way to be accommodating, the facilities are first rate, the location is beautiful and the campground is 5 minutes from the west entrance to Yellowstone. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This beautiful park is a stone’s throw from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The park is carefully landscaped but surprisingly short of trees among the RV's – not much shade to speak of. We parked in a back-in site (#55) which backed right up to the Gallatin National Forest, perfect neighbors for our 9 night stay. The graveled sites have a nice long patio on the curb side, a separate graveled parking area for tow vehicle and a fairly wide lawn expanse on the street side – amply wide to provide a sense of space and privacy. The park accepts mail for campers, and offers pay WiFi (service by Nomad) with a good signal to our site. No garbage pickup at the site, but our dumpster was nearby. There was no traffic, jet or train noise. No large grocery stores or Wal-mart, but there are two small local markets in West Yellowstone. Between the two markets are a myriad of interesting and eclectic shops selling local artisans ware and wonderful furnishings & clothing. There of lots of dining choices, from sliced to order sandwiches to a sit-down steak house. The town (including a full-service post office) is within easy walking distance from the park. Park is pet friendly and vehicle washing is permitted. This is a nice place to stay while you visit Yellowstone National Park and a bit further (80 miles) to visit Grand Teton National Park. The park is very clean, inviting and comfortable. We would definitely stay here again when southern Montana is on our itinerary. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Like many others have said - a great RV park. Entrance has large lanes to park while registering. Signs that direct you to the park from West Yellowstone are not easy to see, but the town is small and the park is hard to miss. Game room for the kids was great! Showers and laundry room was very clean and well kept. Coffee and TV in the conference room each morning was a nice touch. We didn't make use of the Wi-Fi while we were there. There are sprinkers in parts of the park and you need to remember to cover or put up any lawn chairs or the next morning they will be soaked. The park made for a great base camp while we explored Yellowstone and the surrounding area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well run park. Nice to have the town so close when you take a day off from sightseeing. The sites are long, but kind of close. Worked great as a base camp. Kid friendly, with a small playground and an area to play catch. Trees are small, providing no shade- but I saw lots of DirecTV dishes. The bathrooms were cleaned regularly and the employees patrolled often. We were here 7 nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds that we have stayed in. It is convenient to West Yellowstone and Yellowstone National Park. The staff was really helpful. They did everything they could to accommodate you. The park itself was excellent. The showers and rest rooms were very clean. Would differently stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our first time to stay at this park, but will return probably many times and stay much longer. We had only made reservations for 3 nights and were sorry that we had not planned to stay longer. The manicured lawns, the excellent staff, the clean bathrooms as well as the convenience of this park makes it terrific. It is within walking distance to the town of West Yellowstone and can book a tour into Yellowstone National Park if you do not want to drive in yourself. Some people might complained of how much it cost, but I would rather pay a little more and have the opportunity to stay in such a fantastic, well run Park. We will be back!! We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Awesome Awesome Awesome this park has it all and more. Staff outstanding. Staff helped us setup a rental car. National forest to walk dogs a big big plus for us. Had an end site with which allowed more room, stayed in site 164. Close to walk to town and Yellowstone. This park I would return too many times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with spacious sites. Pads are gravel and are surrounded by grass and pine trees. Our site looked out directly on the woods. The trees on our site were sufficiently far away that we were able to extend our awnings without interference. Excellent location less than one mile from West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Park is walking distance to main shopping/dining areas in West Yellowstone. There is a nice area in the main office building that offers free coffee, cappucino, and hot chocolate wand here you can read or watch TV while waiting for your laundry to wash/dry. We paid $33 per night (up to 5/31) and $43 per night (6/1 and after). This includes a 10% Good Sam discount. We stayed here in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park that caters to both large MH and trailers. Best spots were the back-ins as they back up the Yellowstone National Forest. Large sites with all the hookups. Excellent shower and laundry facilities. Only thing that keeps it from being a 10 is the high cost of WIFI ($4 p/day) and no hot tub/spa. We used it as a base and had easy access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a true 10-10-10 park!! Sites are long and level with plenty of room between your neighbors. Sites are well groomed with paved patios and picnic tables. The office staff is very professional on check in and can answer all your questions. The only down side to the park, is you have to pay for wifi which we feel should be free. The downtown area of West Yellowstone, MT is only a short two block walk from the campground. We stayed here in a motorhome and will stay here again next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This really is a great park. We will be back. We stayed six days the hosts live on site and are knowledgable about the area and local food and attractions. Local restaurants will deliver food to your site in the park. Free cable is great. We did not use the WIFI but were told by others it worked great. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
One of the nicest Parks we have stayed at. Very clean, the friendliest staff around. Easy to get in and out of, close to Yellowstone West Entrance. We would stay here again without hesitation. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground. Very friendly staff and clean facilities. The park is just outside the west entrance gate to Yellowstone National Park. Lots to do in the area and the little town of West Yellowstone is great! Sites are somewhat close together, but you still have a nice grassy area and plenty of room for awnings, etc. I only gave it a 9 since there is no pool for the kiddos, but other than that it's a super family friendly park. Great campground. We'll definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed two nights to do some exploring. The place is nice and close to everything. We checked in late and everything went smoothly. Site was easy to get into and we were close to the bathroom/showers, which were very clean. Walked into West Yellowstone for dinner. They are doing some construction on new cabins, but it was very quiet. There is a hardware store nearby, we bought a small electric heater for the second night. Laundry room was clean and lots of machines. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We can't say enough about this CG! A WOW factor from the minute we drove up. Registration was efficiently done by a friendly staff. Site was level and clean. Ample room between sites made putting our awning up a breeze. After 4 days, we hated to move on knowing we probably would not find a CG that would come close to this one. You can't go wrong with the Grizzly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice Park. All roads are paved. Staff are friendly. Site are ample for big rigs. This is a great destination site when visiting Yellowstone National Park from the west. Nightly fee is a bit pricey plus Wi-Fi carries an added fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is beautiful. If you are looking for a wooded, state park type atmosphere, however, this is not the place. The WIFI is paid - through Nomad ISP. They offer free coffee, cappucino and hot chocolate in the am's. Their bathroom and facilities are coded, and SPOTLESS! Game room for kids. Nicely maintained sites. Sprinklers do come on after midnight. Absolutely wonderful staff of friendly workampers. Although pricey, this campground was a great element of our Yellowstone vacation in July 2006. Great place! And great smooth access to YNP - no steep grades - and beautiful drive down Gallatin Gateway to get there from Bozeman, MT. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great RV park for adults. No pool or jacuzzi. As a destination park in the Montana summer in this price bracket this is a big draw back. Sites are ideal and hookups first rate. Bathrooms spotless. This is NOT the most entertaining park for children after touring Yellowstone all day or a long days travel. Club room is one air hockey table and TV games on one TV. No organized activities at the park. BTW, add resort tax, accommodations tax, sales and use tax to the rate. You know, as much as I dislike KOA's I would give West Yellowstone KOA a second look if you have children. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As a previous reviewer said, the only reason we do not give this campground a 10 is the pay wi-fi. The campground is so nice that you would expect that they have free wi-fi. However, that is obviously not a factor for everyone since the campground stays full. Beautiful, long sites with plenty of room between RVs. You can wash your RV or car on your site or use a local service to do it for you. There are no shade sites yet because the campground is only ten years old. They have planted many Lodgepole Pines and they are slow growing due to such a short summer, so it will be awhile before the trees provide a lot of shade. We last stayed here in 1999 and the trees were not drastically smaller than now; gives you an idea of how slow they grow. We learned this little tidbit of knowledge from one of the tours of Yellowstone that pick you up at the campground. We have stayed in hundreds of campgrounds since our 1999 stay here and still have not encountered such a friendly and helpful campground staff. There were five motorhomes in our group and virtually all have the same review of the park. We will all come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'd give it a 10 except for the $4 a day wi-fi charge. Check at the office for info on the drive-by wash and wax folks - good work, good price, not especially fast, but you're paying by the foot, not the hour. Free AM coffee in the office, expensive laundry (cheaper ones in town). Well run, clean, quiet park (if you don't count the weekend rodeo). We'll stay here again. Reserve early in the summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've returned here many times. It's a true top of the line campground - although being located close to the west gate at Yellowstone National Park sure doesn't hurt any, either. Everything is clean and well laid out. The staff is very friendly and efficient. It's almost the perfect place except that they charge for wireless internet when most lesser places are now including it for free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In some 20 years of RV'ing, all over the country, this is the best RV Park we've ever stayed, hands down from every angle. They have beautiful flowers and perfected grass, at the dump stations! The sites are perfectly maintained, paved tow car areas along side many spaces. Its just manicured -- every single spot. Large pull thru's with fantasic access, nice white picnic tables are always clean, 50A service, strong WiFi, beautiful grass areas everywhere, free coffee and café every morning, and on and on. By the way, you could almost through a ball to the entry of Yellowstone Nat'l Park. Our stay happened to be over the 4th of July, and you can sit comfortable right in your space and watch a great fireworks show that the town obviously puts on just to the North/West. As a mention, there is even a nice couple that has an independent local RV washing service that will wash (even wax I'm sure) your RV using non-spoting De-ionized water right in your spot while you visit Yellowstone Park - and it's even less cost than I pay here local at home in Southern CA. Most all of the many of folks that work there are in fact RV'ers themselves, they care, and they understand; management is kind and very attentive. The only thing I could possibly think of that was disappointing at all, was that we couldn't stay longer, much longer. A special Thanks to one of those RV'ing/working couples to whom we owe a great stay too! Enjoy We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely nice park. Friendliest staff we have ever encountered anywhere. They bent over backwards to help in any way they could. Were always out cleaning the grounds and filling the "dog waste bag" dispensers. Our only gripe was that you have to pay for Wi-Fi and we were constantly getting disconnected. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place with a few minor problems; the back in sites were a bit short, not enough room to park a tow rig after backing our 32ft 5er as far back as it could go. Other sites also had tow rigs hanging out making backing in a bit tough. WiFi was extra $$$ after first 15 minutes. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the overall campground was very clean and well kept. Access to town and the park was very convenient... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice clean park that packs them in tight. They charge a lot for very mediocre wifi. We had our coach washed by a company recommended by the park and their work was sub-par and expensive. We will look for another park if we return to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice park located very close to the West Yellowstone Park Entrance and within walking distance to all of the town. The park personnel were great and accommodating. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the best park we have stayed at. It was very clean, staff was friendly . Showers were clean and private. Requires a code to enter. Very close to Yellowstone entrance. WiFi was available but you had to pay after 15 minutes of use. We will stay here again and have recommended it to friends. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our stay at this park was an excellent experience. The park is right outside the west entrance to Yellowstone. There was some construction going on at one end of the park, but it did not cause a problem. Our kids loved the game-room (included a air-hockey table and X-Box games). We absolutely would stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location to Yellowstone Park, West Entrance is within 100 yards. Friendly staff and well kept grounds. Plenty of room for large rig, even with the park at full capacity. Park is very pet friendly - wonderful dog run with "pick - up" baggies available at all of the entrances. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the nicest parks we have ever visited. They have the nicest personnel in the office. There is construction going on adjacent to the park for expansion but the slight noise started at 7:30 am which was acceptable. I highly recommend Grizzly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Well-designed park with lots of room in a beautiful setting. Friendly staff. Good central location in the town of West Yellowstone. They charge for WiFi (it should be free in all parks). There were no paper towels in the restrooms (only hot air dryers - shades of McDonalds). The parking area on the sites is narrow and we got sprinkler water on the coach. The sites themselves are fairly wide. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park with a short drive to the west entrance of Yellowstone N.P. Friendly and accommodating staff. Very clean facilities. Well stocked store. Staff is very knowledgable about local area interests and goes out of their way to help. Had to order a part for my large format camera and the office staff had no problem accepting a UPS package for me, and putting it into their safe until I could pick it up the following day. They allowed me to wash both my pickup truck and trailer myself at the site - it was still early in the season. I would definitely stay there again when in the area, although it was a bit pricey, but what else can one expect for a campground situated that close to the National Park? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Would much prefer "no services" inside Yellowstone NP in the future. Appears to very minimal maintenance inside park. Was I there too early in the season, perhaps? Way over priced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park in a good location for touring Yellowstone. They are doing construction on one end of the park, adding more spaces, but it should end soon. A bit pricey, but not for that area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location. You can walk to anyplace in the town within 5-10 minutes. Only 3 blocks to the entrance to Yellowstone NP. This park is maintained very well. Spotless and well manicured. The staff is super nice and very helpful. It is very quiet, the sites are moderate size but we spent most of our time seeing the NP or this quaint and beautiful little town. You can even wash your rig at your site. This is definitely the nicest and best appointed RV park in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground! Walking distance to town and a minute to the west entrance of Yellowstone Park. Spacious sites, clean restrooms, laundry rooms scattered thru-out park. Excellent staff and complimentary coffee in the morning. We now compare every campground to this one and most fall far short! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Don't need to repeat earlier posts but there is free WIFI available at the visitor center in the town next to the IMAX theater. Definitely a good campground. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
As other reviewers found, there is nothing bad to say about this park. Probably the friendliest, most professionally run park we have encountered. Very well organized easy late checkin procedure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for 11 nights in October and loved it! Minutes to the West entrance of park, next door to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center (you get to hear the wolves every day!) and within a couple of blocks to the town. Management was tops, park was impeccable, sites accommodating (we are 37 feet) and many are pull throughs. Laundry facilities scattered through park (so convenient!) and very clean. Some construction going on when we were here, so request a site next to, or close to, the open spaces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Exceptional park! This park is extremely well maintained with paved roads, grass sites with rock RV site. The staff was wonderfully friendly and helpful, and when our neighbor (obviously new 5ver with limited knowledge of functions-took them 15 minutes just to back under and hook up when leaving!) dumped sewage from his black tank onto our lawn (when he threw the sewer hose when disconnecting) and onto his rock pad, they responded immediately and cleaned up the mess and disinfected the entire area (and still smiled?!) Campsite was very quiet except for the wolves howling at night. ( Incredible! They were at the nearby display) and making this a wonderful experience. Despite our lack of reservations, the staff went out of their way to accommodate us and allow us to remain in the same site for 4 nights, juggling other reservations to do so. Rest/shower rooms were limited in size, and had to wait one morning for both shower (2) and single stall toilet, but were sparkling clean and furnished (looked new). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest park we have stayed in for quite some time. Sites are spacious, well groomed, and not jammed together. Office staff are very friendly and helpful. Park is pet friendly, and if requested, pet "babysitting" available while touring Yellowstone on day trips. Only negative is the high $4-9 daily charge for WiFi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'll not repeat the positive reports all ready made except to say I agree. One clarification is that the WiFi is free for 15 minutes which is long enough to get e-mail and do some banking or other business. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pretty good campground. I must say the staff is top notch. Friendly, helpful, and they have a very good sense of humor. The grounds are nice with very nice grass. The one downside is they tend to over water the grass. Our site had too much water in the mornings. The place is dog friendly, but they appear to allow dogs to be outside while the owners are away. This isn't good, when you have a yapper out for hours. All in all, a good experience and we plan on returning at some point. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only place to stay and visit West Yellowstone. The campground as all that you would need to enjoy your stay. The staff is friendly and the campground has level concrete pull throughs. We enjoyed it so much we extended our stay and would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park had everything we needed for a fun, relaxing stay. There is even free coffee, cappucino, and hot chocolate in a nice lounge in the AM. Awesome laundry facilities, playground and bathrooms. It is extremely close to the west entrance of Yellowstone. We would return again in a heartbeat! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a great place in West Yellowstone. Level sites, lots of grass, tables, playground, good roads. To get a 10, it would need a pool. We used it as an overnight stop before moving into the park for our extended stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The store is decent, and if you don't mind a short walk, you can walk less than a mile to the IMAX and the rest of this quaint little tourist town. If you want a nice view, ask for a back in site on the south end of the park, there you have a nice view of the forest instead of other RV's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the nicest RV parks that we have been to. There are not a lot of big trees yet since the park is so new. I cannot add too much else from what the other reviews have posted. My only complaint is that the wireless internet is not free ($4/day), but it does work very well. The free cable TV offers a good selection of channels. The price seemed fairly reasonable when compared to the other RV parks in the area. We would return here again if visiting the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is one of the best. The sites are wide with packed gravel drives. The roads are asphalt paved. The entire place is spotless and the staff is friendly and helpful. They also have excellent laundry facilities. I can't add too much to the other reviews beyond this. One thing that would make this place nearly perfect would be an indoor pool & whirlpool. We will be going back there the next time we visit Yellowstone NP. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a great place to stay! The RV Park is less than a half mile to downtown West Yellowstone, MT, with its great shops, wonderful people, and super restaurants. The town even has an IMAX Theater. The west entrance to Yellowstone National Park is less than a mile from the campground, where it is very easy to spend days, weeks, or months exploring. Long, wide sites, with great voltage, great water pressure, a very clean park, and absolutely wonderful views of the Rocky Mountains await you at Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park. Mark & Brenda run a first class operation. All of the employees were very friendly, efficient, and helpful; they have great recommendations for things to do, sites to see, and places to eat. Newly installed WiFi was a welcome addition. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best parks we've stayed in. It is very convenient to Yellowstone Park. It is easy to walk to town for eating or shopping. This was our second time to stay here. We stayed for 28 days this time and 23 days the first time in 2004. We will be here again sometime. It's closest to the Madison Valley part of Yellowstone which offers lots of wildlife viewing, particularly bald eagles, elk, bison, trumpeter swans, sandhill cranes, coyotes, and a variety of small birds. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
WiFi about to be installed in May/June 2005. Really nice park with staff that goes overboard for you. Stayed here from 5/18 to 5/26/05. So close to town, it's easy to walk from your site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is about as good as it gets! We've only been to one place that we have liked better than this. It is neat and clean and well maintained by a very friendly staff. Although there are trees around the entire campground, they will not provide any real shade for a few more years. It's located right outside the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. There is even a mobile RV wash service that comes through the campground nearly everyday. A little more expensive than some and they did some things on our RV that I didn't want or request, but it was a quick and easy way to get rid of some of the road grime. If we ever go back to this area of the country, we will definitely make it a point to stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Excellent park. We WILL be back! Staff is wonderful and very friendly. This park is #1 in our book! Yellowstone National Park entrance is very close. Park is close to very quaint town with cute stores and nice restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I wish all RV parks were as nice and well run as this one, this should be the standard for ALL RV parks. Big clean sites with easy access in and out of the level RV space. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. I wish we could have stayed longer and definitely will in the future. I give this RV park an A+, it has a nice clean playground for the children to play at, laundry room were clean and all machines worked! The bathrooms were very clean with plenty of HOT water, beautiful setting outside Yellowstone Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is the best RV park in West Yellowstone. Park is new, wide streets, and long sites.
Very clean and a nice place to spend time in. Lot of bathhouses in park. Lot of young trees in park. Staff was very nice at all times. We will return here again in future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
A first class RV park in every respect. Would highly recommend it. I was very surprised
that a park of this quality did not have an inside modem connection. You either had to go to an outside payphone, or sit inside the lobby area to the Main
Office and use a payphone. Very noisy and very inconvenient. Totally goes against the grain of this quality place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Great park. Very clean and well maintained. Wish all campgrounds were as nice. A bit
pricey but would stay there again We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Nice setting, close to town. Shade is minimal, but the cg is still fairly new. My only complaint was the cg employee who pulled my sewer connection out of the ground without first notifying me that I didn't have the required elbow connection. I saw several other sites that had received the same treatment. I did ask when I checked in if there were any special requirements and the sewer elbow wasn't mentioned. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Clean and very friendly campground. Spent two days here after two days in the park, and appreciated the change since we spent the full day in park. Some of the other posters mentioned that the trees were not mature and there was little shade. I agree, however with the elevation of 7,000 feet the temperatures are usually only in the 60's in the daytime and 30's - 40's at night so I kind of liked the additional sunlight. Very convenient, and is walking distance to town, which is also a surprisingly fun place to walk around. We would stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Grizzly Park was a clean, well-maintained and pleasantly landscaped RV park. There are no mature shade trees yet, but young trees have been planted. We didn't mind staying outside of Yellowstone Nat'l Park, because we spent all day inside the park and welcomed the pleasant surroundings with full hook-ups when in the RV. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Roads and site pads are all concrete. No problems whatsoever for big rigs. Very professionally run. A guest has to sign in and sign out in order to use the horseshoes. This park had a large number of late model, expensive big rigs. Park is bordered by forest and meadows on 2 sides. No road noise. West Yellowstone is a 3 block walk. Great western bookstore, with helpful owner. Hardware store and banks close by.
We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
What can we say, on arrival the book in was like a 5 star hotel, this carried over to our 3 day stay that we extended to 5. The staff were just great, one even helped me with a hot water heater problem on the trailer. Great place to walk the dogs outside the fenced area. Laundry facilities were excellent. This is just a great place to stay We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Closest rv park to Yellowstone and a great place to use as a base camp when visiting this area. Very nice park with good management. We camped here in a camper.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Immediately adjacent to National Forest land. Pets may be unleashed and exercised outside the fence. Park seemed extremely well managed with pleasant staff. Good Sam discount allowed on credit card. Trees planted at each site will provide more shade in years to come. Much better than staying at the Park's Fishing Bridge RV Park. We camped here in a camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
A great park in a great location. can't wait to go back there. We camped here in a camper.
Fantastic location on Lake Hebgen with boat ramp. Not far from the West Entrance to Yellowstone NP or West Yellowstone (the town). Wildfires not in the area, are generating smoke & ash in the area, depending on the wind direction. Staff and owners are friendly and helpful. Full hookup sites offer consistent power & water, free Wi-Fi, sewer and some grass around each site near the office/store and close to the boat ramp. We enjoyed our stay here and the proximity to Yellowstone National Park and Teton is great. Laundry, restrooms and showers are spotless, and get attention through the day. Patios are paved. There is a grocery market in town and several fuel stations plus lots of touristy stuff. Flyfishing is great and wildlife aplenty to watch and photograph. When we return to Yellowstone we will stay here again. Do check the season, the CG closes down with the onset of winter weather: mid September. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice place to camp for the night. All gravel drives, and sites with very little grass. There were only a few bushes and no trees or shade at all anywhere in the park. All site are fully exposed. Verizon worked good as did the park Wi-Fi. Had a very nice boat launch, and docks with rental boats. Showers/bathrooms were very modern and clean. Park is a very old park that was completely rebuilt in the last ten years so all facilities are very modern on the shore of the lake. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a fancy park but nice. Level gravel sites. Camped on the lake with a beautiful view. Had a buy one night get one free special while we visited. Park is 13 miles from West Yellowstone but a nice easy drive. Friendly staff checked us in. There is a boat launch on site for Lake Hebgen. We were here to see Yellowstone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Great view. You can rent a boat and go fishing. Store on site. Electric service is solid with no voltage drop. The view of the lake and mountains is the best. A bit of a drive from the west entrance, but lots of wildlife viewing on the way. Owner is friendly. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here while visiting Yellowstone. The camp hosts were extremely friendly and helpful. We travel with 3 labs and were told that our dogs could access the lake from anywhere in the park, which we appreciate! They also have a small fenced pet area which is perfect for taking dogs to do their "business." One day we rented a small fishing boat so we could go for a lake ride. The staff was VERY helpful getting us fitted with life jackets, etc. We would most definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I would give this campground a 9.5 if possible. Negatives: only three showers & only 2 washers & dryers available only until 6:30pm. Positives: absolutely gorgeous area, private fire pit, our site was on the lake. Level gravel sites with plenty of room. Very friendly, welcoming staff, 12 miles outside of West Yellowstone. Pet friendly with dog enclosure area. Small borrowing library in office area. The campground is so well maintained I thought it was only a few years old but it's been there for 12 years at least. You can rent canoes, paddle boats & arrange fishing trips. My favorite campground during our three week trip. We stayed for 5 nights & I'd definitely go back again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is very clean and in a beautiful location. The sites are level and large, dog walk is clean, and the hosts are very friendly. Wi-Fi worked well at our site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place was beautiful! The scenery looked like Alaska. Facility is 10 years old but we thought is was brand new. The owners were great and I would stay here again in a heartbeat. They are located in West Yellowstone, just 14 miles from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park. They were very helpful in planning our trip through the park. Facility offers fishing, boating,hiking and relaxation! Awesome experience. We loved it! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Let me start by saying this is a great park and beautiful view. Laundry is open from 8-4 only. Wi-Fi was intermittent at times. I have stayed several times but the tension between the workers was noticeable. Shortly after I got there 2 workers were let go and my space has not been mowed since. When I was on my cell phone trying to have an extremely private conversation where the management suggested I go one work-camper asked me what I thought I was doing. I also saw some with tents and then I overhead management telling some people they do not allow tents. It seems things are not consistent. I asked if there were spaces available for a friend to come stay for a while and was told they were full. I saw empty spaces. The inter-office friction made me feel very uncomfortable. There seem to be friction with the management based on conversations I overheard. I know this sounds trial to some but this is why I vacation and RV to get away from this type of behavior. I love this place but I think it is time for a change. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is only 13 miles from W. Yellowstone. Very quiet, very large sites. The Wi-Fi worked well, good satellite reception. The lake is beautiful and the management was very friendly. There are a lot of flying bugs, they don't bite, but are very annoying when sitting outside. Keep your mosquito repellent handy. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After staying at many RV parks on this trip, we booked a spot here. It turned out to be one of the most beautiful and peaceful parks we have ever stayed in. Not sure what the complaint was, but the reception staff were very friendly. My site was as close to the road as you can get in a very spacious site. I could hardly hear anything. Very satellite friendly. Had a nice view of the lake. I don't give a ten unless it has all of the above and paved roads and site. This has gravel. But that's me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place! Great staff. Even though they were fully booked up when we arrived, the hostess called other campgrounds to try to find us a place. When that didn't work, she offered to let us park in the overflow with no charge until we could get a spot the next night. The staff goes out of their way to be helpful. Other reviews from last year complained about the highway nearby. I would have to say it really was not a factor for us even though we were near the road. After 11:00pm the road gets very quiet. They also have a new WiFi, which worked well for us. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Lake front site was worth the extra cost. Quiet with the lake about 15 feet from the door of the camper. Had beautiful view with terrific sunsets. Caught trout from the jetty at the marina. Courteous staff, helpful if you had questions. Clean and well maintained. The drive to West Yellowstone takes about 15-20 minutes. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has beautiful back-in sites right on Lake Hebgen. For sheer beauty, these are hard to beat but expensive! Watch your step as abundant waterfowl have fertilized the lawn. Wi-Fi access point appeared to be a long way from our site but it worked well. A couple TV channels were available using our RV antenna from translators located near Island Park, ID. Don't miss KPVI FM if you like classical music. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When my husband called the park to ask about a reservation, the park employee said the RV park was only a few minutes from the Yellowstone Park entrance. It is actually 15 miles from the park. If you don't mind driving an extra 30 miles a day just to and from the park each day, then this would be okay, but it wasn't okay with us. There are no trees, and no shade. The restrooms and showers are clean, and they have WIFI, but it is spotty and poor reception where we were parked. We reserved a spot for five days and paid for half of it up front. We got there after the office closed, so we were unable to talk with staff until the next morning. The RV park is right next to a state highway. Our camp spot was only 50 feet from the highway, which is traveled by large trucks at all hours of the night. When we asked for a refund the manager further stated that if we didn't like it, we could sue the park and the owner. I replied that I would do more than that--I would tell about my bad experience on the internet and the various social media websites, as well. That was the worst experience I have ever had with a place of business. I have never been screamed at in my life by anyone who claims to be a professional. You don't build a business by treating your paying customers like dirt under your feet. I will never go back there, and I warn you not to pay for more than one or two nights if that's the only place you can find a camp spot, because they will not refund you any money if you pay for a week and leave after only 1 or 2 days. If you are driving a long distance and want to stay in the Yellowstone National Park, reserve a spot outside of the park on the first night of your arrival. After that, go into Yellowstone the next morning and find a camp spot. There are many spots to be had, but they fill up quickly, so get there early. You will save yourself a lot of drive time and mileage by camping inside the park. I personally think the manager needs to attend some anger management classes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a small park with beautiful scenery. But other than that, it's just a place to park. The Wi-Fi is very poor. The people across from us left a day early because it is so bad and she needed it in her work. When we checked in we were told that the water at our site didn't work but there was a hose that had been stretched over from the site next to us and we should just connect our hose to that one. Their hose is now leaking at the rate of about 2 gallons an hour. The office was notifed this a.m, 12 hours later, it still hasn't been fixed. We are staying here a week, however, it is our feeling that the price is too high for the service and accommodations provided. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good place to stay if you plan to put a boat in the lake, but a little too far if you plan to use it for seeing Yellowstone. It is 20 minutes to the west entrance and another 15 minutes to the first main area in Yellowstone. The restrooms and showers were the best I have seen in a long time. Wi-Fi is spotty and we had to ask them to reboot their server several times during a 3 day stay as it frequently was out. Staff is friendly but does not go out of their way to help (laundry closing at 5PM is just one example). Also asked about fishing suggestions and was told to just try different locations and bait ("that is why they call it fishing, not catching") so if you know the lake or have the time to experiment you have to figure out what works on your own. Only a few common firepits available, none near the RV sites. Bring extra bug spray! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful spot next to Hebgen Lake, with a somewhat long (17 miles), but easy, drive to the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park. It is treeless in the actual campground area, but the view of the lake and the sunset from our site (#27) was lovely. The bathrooms are quite a walk from the eastern (newer) RV section ("couple of blocks"), but are very clean, along with the shower area. The sites are good size, level, with a grassy area around them, and include a concrete pad with a picnic table. Most sites in this section are back-in, but not difficult to maneuver as there is plenty of room to do so. The streets are gravel, and there is relatively little dust. As mentioned by other reviewers, the laundry facility is connected with the office and closes at 5pm, making it difficult to enjoy Yellowstone and do laundry after a day in the Park. And, yes, there are a fair amount of mosquitoes here (not sure if it is the lakeside location, or just the area in general). The Wi-Fi worked very well at our site, but cell phone reception was minimal (Verizon). We would definitely return to this RV park. We camped here five nights. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We chose this park because it was not far from the West entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The added bonus to our choice was that it was a lovely park right on Lake Hebgen. We had a beautiful view of the lake and the mountains from our motorhome. There is a boat ramp, picnic areas and places to fish in the park. The staff was courteous and helpful. There is a restaurant on the property that we understand is very good. No wi-fi but they did have internet service in the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the best CG we have ever stayed. Clean, beautiful setting, within a short distance from Yellowstone west entrance. If you want to avoid the crowds of West Yellowstone and yet be close enough, this is the place. Great fishing, boat rentals are reasonable, very friendly people. Cleanest showers and bathrooms i have ever seen. Peaceful. This is one to go back over and over again. There will be Mosquitoes, and plenty of them but for us a little bugs spray and the beauty of the place more than made up for it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful scenery. On the banks of a beautiful lake, with beautiful, snow capped peaks in the background. Extremely nice folks with great recommendations about area activities. No cable, unfortunately, but other than that we really loved the campground. Nicest in the area, for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Another great RV park. My 7yr old caught her first fish here! In fact, she caught 6 of them. We enjoyed our stay here. We agree with a previous poster that they need to reconfigure their laundry room so guests have access after the office closes. The problem is most are here to visit Yellowstone park during the day and get back later in the early evening when the office is closed. That makes laundry not available for most. The restrooms were extreemly clean with stainless steel sinks. The showers were large with good pressure and were hot. They have a nice marina and boat rental is available. The scenery is fantastic. We would recommend this park to others. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 3 nights while we visited Yellowstone. Its a beautiful park with a great view. The office is only open from 8a-5p however, and that includes the laundry facilities. It became quite a problem to get the laundry done during the day when you generally would be in Yellowstone, etc. For that reason alone, we will not return to this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our second year traveling to West Yellowstone, and our first year at this campground. This campground is just so head and shoulders above anything you will find in the town of West Yellowstone. It has reasonable rates, beautiful scenery, free WI-FI, and an extremely friendly and accommodating staff. We are so glad we decided to look around for alternatives to the run of the mill, overpriced campgrounds in West Yellowstone. We will return here every year. It was great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I cannot praise this RV park enough! From my first email, to the day we pulled out, everyone was friendly and helpful. Hebgen Lake is a beautiful and peaceful lake about 7 miles from the town of West Yellowstone. We used this park as a base for our 3 days of visiting Yellowstone National Park. The drive to the park is easy, on great roads, and the West Gate to the park is a good place to start your Yellowstone adventure. The sites and roads are gravel, the view is gorgeous. We fished in the lake, ate all our meals out in the clean air. The park is very quiet, and very nice people stay here. I would make this a destination - not just a stopover. Perfect! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was in it's final few days before closing down for the season so many sites were unavailable. We were in a basic site which did not include cable TV. We did have Wi-Fi but the reception was spotty - quite good sometimes but interminably slow other times. There was an indoor heated pool and hot tub. We used the hot tub. The pool was being used by unattended children when we were there. They have a miniature golf course and other activities for kids. All in all, it seemed like a nice campground. We were on a gravel site and had to use blocks to get level on one side. There were shade trees but not for every site. It's about six miles outside of West Yellowstone but with the 70 MPH Montana speed limit, it didn't take long to get in to town. I think KOAs are a bit expensive for what they offer. That and the spotty Wi-Fi is why I only gave it a 8. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
West Yellowstone Park is an older, nice park. We asked for a long pull through for our 40ft, 5th wheel trailer, and was given one that was too short. Lucky for us there was a site available that was a little longer that we made work. Being an older park they were limited on large sites. Roads and pads were gravel and the one we had wasn't very level. We were greeted by very friendly and helpful staff. They were all pretty young, but very knowledgeable. Lots of fun things for the kids to do, and adults too. Nice big pool with hot tub, miniature golf, and bicycle carts you could rent. They had a coffee cart, and food you could buy for breakfast and dinner (little on the high priced side, I thought). They have a great gift store full of nice things, but the best was the fudge. They have all kinds, but the cinnamon roll fudge was to die for. Yummy! Would stay again when in the area if guaranteed a long site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice KOA. Very roomy, large, family oriented, close to Yellowstone National Park. The biggest negative is very FEW sites have cable and the wifi is lacking big time. If you have no children and want to spend the evening watching a little TV or checking email, you are pretty much out of luck. Just make your reservations in advance and ask for cable and a site away from I 20. All in all, it was a great KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't go unless you can get full hookups and never go in the bath house. There were around 24 shower stalls in 3 bathhouses for 300 sites and at least 50 cabins and 100s of tenters. It was bad. Despite the full load they only cleaned then once a day, and there were no trash cans in them. Otherwise it was nice if you like camping with 1000s. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive, but worth it. I would have given it higher marks but the power was out at the main lodge when we got here and we weren't able to enjoy some of the parks amenities and scheduled events. The food they serve here was too expensive as well. But it's a high traffic area and they do a great job getting you in and out. The park is well kept and we would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved the Koffee Kabin and Tye-dying and t-shirt coloring. They also offer breakfast and dinner. Sites are nice with concrete pads and swings. Bathrooms could be remodeled. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
[ 7 / 10 ]
The Good. Had nice shady sites, friendly staff, lots of stuff for kids to do. Both breakfast and dinner service on the patio. We had steak one night. Most excellent. Buffalo burgers the next, OK. Didn't do breakfast. The Bad. Wi-Fi service was almost non existent. Faded in and out. The Ugly. Why would you start lawn service at 8am on a Sunday morning, complete with all the noise making machinery?? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Usually KOA is decent value if nothing else. This one was pricy, spaces small and hard to get into with a larger motor home. Even just driving on the road between the spaces meant running into some tree branches as things aren't well trimmed back. Wouldn't bother going back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Yes, it's pricey. Yes, it's worth it. Everything is top notch. How about all-new high efficiency washers and large capacity driers? Water is so good that we are going to fill every bottle we can find to take with us. I wish that the owners of all those marginal facilities that abound around the country would visit here and take a hint. West Yellowstone is a great little town also. It's a Win-Win. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are level gravel but are a bit close to one another. The utilities worked well, and the campground is well maintained. The playground is a nice size, and the pool is chilly (80 degrees). We've stayed here a couple of times and found it to be very convenient to Yellowstone, and much nicer than some of the in town RV parks that resemble parking lots. The staff are always helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An extremely nice, pretty RV park. Everything clean and up to date. Staff friendly and helpful. During summer offers breakfast and dinner at the office. Has coffee shop for mornings, campground store, propane available. Mini golf, swimming pool, game room and playground. Shade at most every site. I only gave them a eight because of being extremely pricey. $58 for 2 people and $5 per day for each additional person, including children ages 6 to 15. Quite a cost for a family, especially when only using a little electricity, water, sewer. Because of cost unsure whether I would stay here again. Otherwise a great place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Was an amazing park. Each site had a concrete patio with swing and fire pit. Our spot also had cable. The pool area was awesome, the playground was fantastic. Tons of activities for kiddos. The only reason I'm not giving this park a 10 is because it was a bit of a struggle getting our 5th wheel out. We had to have the spot beside us and the spot in front of us move their tow rigs so we could get out. Other than that, it is one of the finest parks we've ever stayed at. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The facility was really great, nice pool, easy pull through sites, everything you could want to make it a great stay at Yellowstone. The staff were really friendly and helpful in spite of being very busy; they never lost the feel that you were an important customer. Further, I inadvertently left my surge protector at the site, and when I called back 6 hours later, they were able to find it and were happy to mail it on to our next site. Of course, KOA's are pricey, but it's Yellowstone in August, and everything is a premium. Looked at a couple other places there and this was nicer than anything else we saw close to West Yellowstone. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'm tired, so I'll keep this short. I felt like there were way too many people in too little of an area. It was like we were on top of our neighbors. The bathrooms were always dirty when I used them in the morning. I just don't understand why they wait until early afternoon to clean them when most people use them in the morning or evening. Finally, my wife was literally told to get out of the cabin we rented (my mom came with us and didn't want to stay in the camper with the other 4 people that came with us). We were running late for checkout and the cleaning girl said "checkout is at 11 and you need to get out now". She also said that she had 25 other cabins to clean and no time to clean them. Guess what, NOT MY PROBLEM. There's no reason why she couldn't go clean any one of the 25 other cabins and come back in the 10 minutes my wife needed to finish loading the van. When the issue was brought to the manager, my wife felt as though the issue was blown off after the cleaning girl sort of apologized in front of the manager when he called her over...then "high-fived" her before she left. Not very impressed overall and most likely won't ever stay at another KOA with SO many other options. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a good family campground. We picked it for a family reunion because it allows campfires and has an indoor swimming pool. The family enjoyed the time here. The owners/managers/staff are friendly and helpful. We were at another RV park in West Yellowstone so we arrived at 10:30. Initally they said we had to wait until 11 am although the site was ready. I thought that since we had rented three cottages for five nights and two weeks in the deluxe motorhome section, that this was not right. I am an old man without a lot of patience. The manager finally agreed with me and we got settled. The site we had was great. Very spacious and they brought us two extra picnic tables. We had a total of seventeen people so that was great. I would recommend this park for families. I would rate it higher but I have been to some really opulent RV parks that do rate a ten. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice pool and playground. We had a deluxe site which means we got about 6 cable TV channels and Wi-Fi that didn't work. One morning, office staff suggested calling internet provider, stating they knew about it but could do nothing. Office staff acted as if you were lucky to be camping with them. Our site was spacious, but many others had dusk-to-dawn lights glaring down on them all night. They serve dinner in the outdoor cafe: $9.50 for a buffalo burger and $14.95 for bbq. No thanks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had a great stay at this KOA. Was busy because of holiday weekend (expected), but didn't feel over run with people. Kids LOVED having the pool, and the playground was big. Very family friendly campground. Only complaints would be that the showers really needed to be cleaned twice a day with so many people using them that weekend- they were quite dirty, and that the ice cream stand was never open, even during a holiday weekend. BBQ dinner and breakfast were very good, store was well stocked, and loved the cement pad and swing in the deluxe site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy in and out. Close to Yellowstone. We stayed in the deluxe sites for the free Wi-Fi, otherwise you paid for it. Bring plenty of food as stores are few and expensive, but they do have to truck it in. Lots of tourist stuff. Deluxe sites have cement patio with swing. Little pricey compared to other KOA for the same thing even with the KOA discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park, which is very clean and well maintained. It is fairly convenient to West Yellowstone and to the park entrance, yet far enough out to be quiet. Sites are a little small, but the sites around us had two-person wooden swings which is a nice touch. There are good laundry facilities and a better-than-average camp store. About the only downside is that the dog-walk area is very small and not conveniently located unless you're staying near the entrance. We would stay here again. The price reflects KOA discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is well laid out, with all sites having mature trees. Some of the best shower facilities we have seen. Ten or more private rooms, each with changing area and shower. All had track matting, and were kept very clean, and the whole washroom/shower area was kept comfortably heated. Facility maintenance is generally very good. Most staff were friendly. Only six miles from the Yellowstone west entrance. No highway noise. Some sites have a concrete patio pad and newer picnic tables. Sites are reasonably level, but you might need to search around a bit for the magic spot. All site parking areas we saw were gravel, with about 1/4 of the gravel that would have been required to do the job correctly. Grass picnic areas were likewise lacking in decent coverage. The result was sites which were unsightly at best, and mud holes when wet. The poor condition of the sites appears to be the result of neglect, an exception to the general standards of maintenance we saw in the rest of the park. Perhaps site overhaul is just not in budget. We were also very unhappy with the WiFi. Never great, but sometimes usable, it was highly unreliable. It took five efforts to get this review up. When asked, despite advertising site wide WiFi, the staff said it's really only reliable in the laundry room. Because it's been contracted out to a third party, the office can offer no help, but to suggest you call the provider. This is a bit of a catch 22, as AT&T cell coverage here is little or none, and the pay phones, still shown on the park's map, have been removed. Call how? Overall, it is a pretty park, has good kid facilities, and has a pretty good location. But, for $50.00/night, even with a KOA membership discount, camping in mud with poor WiFi makes this a very poor value. We would not camp here again, nor would we send others here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well, this campground was fantastic. Only what we have become to expect from the KOA family. Pool was very large, clean and indoors with a hot tub which was nice, clean and well cared for. Staff was courteous and kind at most every turn. Very, very kid friendly, and a joy to stay there. The ranger evening staff was kind and it was nice to them walk through the sites and say hello. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice clean park with great laundry facilities. We didn't mind driving the additional 6 miles west out of West Yellowstone. Just wish they would have had a better Wi Fi connection. Could only access either very early in the morning or late at night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We drove here after a sad dealing at a Bozeman park. Stayed here for 4 days. Very busy park but the staff were a lot nicer and very understanding. We went fishing locally and my son caught his yearly catch which helped in ease a stressful situation from missing his friend at a previous park. (Friendship is a problem with austism). Park is clean, tight, and close to a park which made our daily visits nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After reading all the other reviews, I planned a few nights here in the middle of a cross-country trip that relied on a lot of basic CG's and national parks. What a disappointment! I thought my daughters would enjoy the pool and hot tub, but it turns out that children are not allowed in the hot tub, and the pool was freezing. They wanted to leave. Also, our site was located in the front of the park, right next to a busy highway. No trees, and not pretty. What a waste of money! The food at the restaurant is over-priced hamburgers, and our daughter wanted to rent a little 3-wheel bike for a while: it was $20 for half an hour!!! We stayed in Cape Cod last summer, and rented one at $25/day. And they put the fear of God into her if she returned it one minute late: she would lose her $25 deposit. She rented it anyway, and returned it five minutes early, poor thing. We stayed in Fishing Bridge for four nights and enjoyed that a lot more than this. I will say that the sites up on the hill looked a lot nicer, but again, not worth the exorbitant fee. I did laundry one night, and had to wait for units...very frustrating visit overall. The only thing good about our stay was the day we spent touring Nevada City and Virginia City up north. That was definitely worth the drive through gorgeous Montana scenery and the Nevada City living museum was the highlight of our six week trip (period actors dress up in costume and make the old town come to life). Go there, but at this rate, avoid the campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very Nice KOA. There are clean bathrooms and activities for the kids to do. It is a nice location and it was the closest campground that we could find to get to Yellowstone. The only downside for us was the size of the campground. Just a personal thing, but it is a huge campground and we don't like staying in places so big if we can avoid it as it loses some of the camping feel. Besides that though, it was a great stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a great experience here. Extremely friendly staff, a busy park but a lot to do for the kids, great spaces, lots of room, gliders or swings at your site, clean grills to use, well-stocked store, close to Yellowstone. Enjoyed the Koffee Kabin that opened every morning and then again in the afternoon for ice cream. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, friendly staff. What you would expect from a KOA. It is one of the higher priced KOAs, not sure it was worth the extra $. But it's very convenient to Yellowstone, and we did not spend much time in the park as we were in Yellowstone all day. Sites are nice, level, easy in and out. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty nice campground. A little expensive and a little further out of West Yellowstone that I would have preferred, about six or seven miles. We would stay here again, though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has everything to make your stay a fun experience, except the price. We really liked it and would definitely stay again. You need to make reservations early as it stays full in summer season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a VERY NICE campground only 5 miles out of town in a beautiful setting. The sites are much bigger/nicer than Grizzly RV Park in town, and since you get get a wider site with a paved patio, a double swing, nice fire pit on a paved base, and cable/internet included, it was an easy choice for us. Having said that, we do feel that $71/night is high, but the surroundings might be the reason why. We also had some problems with some inconsiderate motorcyclists who roared in and out of the campground many times, had a beer party one evening, and during the party, we were forced to listen to three solid hours of Lynyrd Skynyrd and 38 Special, blaring from one of their bike stereos from their site near us. When we notified the Manager, he told us if they continued past the "quiet hours", he would have security take over then. I was forced to ask them to tone down the rock concert myself, and was dissapointed that the manager didn't take control of the situation, or even come over to investigate. Other than that, it is one of the nicest KOA's we have ever visted as the indoor pool/spa was clean and if you went during the day, it was fairly quiet as the kids were with their parents visiting Yellowstone. They have a very nice evening dinner menu along with an extensive coffee/expresso breakfast menu. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pricey but worth the cost. A little outside of West Yellowstone but not too bad. We had a Deluxe back-in site with paved patio, swing and table. Great park with really nice staff and clean bathrooms! One of the nicest we found around the West Entrance to Yellowstone! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here and went in and out of Yellowstone during the week. It is a few miles from the West Entrance of the park. We had a deluxe site with grass, porch swing, and fire pit. The playground is big and the pool is indoors. I recommend that if you stay in this area, you stock up on groceries before you get here. There are two markets in town, and they are pretty pricey. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The store/restaurant staff is great. It is only 4 miles to the West entrance of the Yellowstone National Park. It has a very large laundry facility. Each site has a fire pit so it was a treat to have a campfire each evening. The store sells wood and kindling. We will definitely stay at this park on any return visit to Yellowstone National Park again. Very quiet, serene and peaceful. What a joy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very large park, located fairly close to Yellowstone (about ½ hour drive to get into the park). We were able to rent a car, and they picked us up, and came and got the car when I was done with it. It was a very busy place, but seemed well run and clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is nice although we have not used it facilities much. Wi-Fi signal strength is very good but bandwidth is very poor. Hard to display web pages. Sending receiving files is extremely time consuming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our family loves this place. It was clean, friendly, well equipped, well lit and maintained. Brand new washers/dryers, great game room, kids loves the pool, I loved the spa. All the hookups you need, lovely green environment! Would definitely visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This another of our favorites. We have stayed here at least twice a season since 2005. We have never had a bad experience here. The staff is always friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This KOA is located about 6 miles West from West Yellowstone and it is very large. Sites are along the road and very noisy as this road is busy even at night. This park was very busy and expect crowds at swimming pool (what a noise inside swimming pool). It has great facilities overall, but for the price I would rather go to Grizzly in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rates are very high. I'm not a fan of indoor swimming pools they seem to have a lot of chlorine so we avoid them. This one seemed okay lots of rowdy kids seemed to enjoy it. The campground otherwise was well managed but a little far from Yellowstone it was about a 40 minute drive. Our site was on a hill and for the $75 we had a fire ring and a picnic table and only 30amps. Next time we'll camp somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is it! The best RV park we've ever visited. No complaints at all. Perfect in every way. Clean, well supplied, well attended, well laid out, easy access, beautiful location, great ambiance, secure, just fabulous. The first and likely only "10" rating I will ever give. We stayed only 2 nights. What a mistake! Next time we'll come and stay all week (if not all summer!). Worth every penny. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a better-than-average KOA park. We had a great "deluxe" site with concrete patio, free Wi-Fi and swing, which made the stay even better. As previously stated, there is a lot to do in the park, if you can stay out of Yellowstone long enough to enjoy it. Only complaints - Verizon signal was very poor and the aircard did not work at all. Wi-Fi was strong, but bandwidth deteriorated if too many people were on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Complaints: (1) The place is infested with mosquitoes. Over 5 days, we collected over 50 bites between the 3 of us. (2) You are on a mountain and many of the sites are not level. We used 20 blocks on one side of the Fifth Wheel and could have still used another layer (which would have been 10 blocks) to get up to level. The footing for the stabilizers was also on out of level ground, making for an unsteady trailer. (3) This is bear country and they advise to throw out your trash each night; yet one must take hike nearly back to the entrance to find a trash bin (which was usually full). Compliments: The store is impressive. The number of staff and the courtesy of the staff are impressive. Though I didn't try the meals they serve for breakfast and dinner, the menu looked good. The location is near enough to the West Entrance. The pool was inviting and within it's own building. There were many rentals available. This park has lots to do if you want to just stay in the park. We choose not to, because we came to see Yellowstone and not an RV Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of nicest KOA's we've ever stayed in, but also most expensive. Propane, particularly, was extortionate. Lots of mosquitoes, but we're told they disappear after July 1st. $52 bought us a power/water site (no sewer) that was small & not level. On site restaurant serves breakfast & lunch every day, not just weekends, but again...expensive. Also exceptionally nice shower arrangement. Handy enough to Yellowstone NP that we'll probably use it again if/when we go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a reservation for a deluxe lot and it was really "deluxe" with a concrete floor (thus: no mud in front of the entrance when raining)and enough space to sit. We were lucky to have the first deluxe site, so free view and not the side of the rig of your neighbor. Only a few miles from the village, which is easy for shopping and close to the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, too. The swimming pool looked fine, but was always crowded with youth, that is obvious during the season. This is an excellent family camping ground. No lamentation about the price; just pay it and forget. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this place. We had a deluxe site which I would recommend since they have many sections, some appeared to include a mixture of equipment of all sizes including tents. The deluxe sites include limited cable channels and WiFi. The park is about 6 miles from West Yellowstone entry gate. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very beautiful park. It's expensive, but it is very close to being a perfect park. Indoor heated pool, great playground, great store with a fudge shop (made right there), very friendly staff. Every site had a swing, fire ring, picnic table, and concrete patio. Rate reflects a mention-the-ad discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I must first say that upon arrival my family and I were greeted by friendly staff. Because of the unusual thaw and warm weather the camp actually opened early this year and we enjoyed the camp's opening day. Being as such there were many things such as the indoor swimming pool not being open, lack of most store supplies and unavailability of the morning/evening food services that were just plain absent from the experience. In all fairness the staff notified me of the pool being closed still at the time of booking - so no surprises there. Could have used the Breakfast/dinner notification but hey we're camping right! I am not listing these items as a negative but as a matter of testimony as to how great this KOA is! Without these amenities I would still rate this site as one of the best KOA's I've been to. CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN - kabin and bathrooms alike were immaculately clean (and this is coming from a military man). Lights were functional/heaters worked well/no bad smells/convenient restrooms (not too close or far away). We actually got what we paid for (which is rare today) and honestly cannot think of one thing that we would consider "disappointing". I usually expect to have something wrong with a stay at koa (light bulbs/ broke heater/ bugs/ uncleanliness/ smells in kabins/ marathon runs to bathrooms or so close you smell/hear the restroom traffic/ parking issues...you name it) but not this time! - My family will be back! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Our cabin was clean. The campground was neat and clean. This is a very large professionally operated campground. Campground staff was very well trained and typically friendly with some exceptions. Campground was well stocked with a good selection of staples. Lots of family activities. Located a few miles outside of west Yellowstone and the Park entrance. Good view of the mountains located to the west of the campground. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This campground is about 6 miles from town and the west gate of Yellowstone. This is a decent campground. The campsites are long enough to leave your tow vehicle hooked-up if you're only staying one night. The grounds are well maintained with plenty of grass and trees (the trees are fairly young and don't provide much shade however}. The store has nice merchandise although as expected it's a bit pricey. There is a restaurant that serves good food (again, a bit pricey). Our biggest complaint is that the WiFi service is poor. You basically have to go hang around at the office in order to use it; there is no usable signal at the campsites. This campground would have got 8 stars, but because of the poor WiFi service, it gets 6 stars. One other warning for those who use AT&T for cell phone service; there is no signal at this campground. You must drive several miles toward town to pickup a signal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This should have been a great family vacation but it turned into a nightmare. We spent the previous nights at the KOA in Great Falls and had a fine experience but this place is run like a concentration camp. We were told be quiet BEFORE quiet hours began at 10PM. We were told to put out our small marshmallow campfire without an explanation. We were harassed by the managers and security from the start of the trip. When we voiced our concerns to the owner they responded with insults and threats to forcibly kick us out. PROS: We were not forced into involuntary slave labor CONS: Early forced bed times. Poor showers. Rude staff. We were not escorted to out assigned spot (typical KOA protocol). Threats from management $81/night fees If I were to go to W. Yellowstone again I would stay at one of the MANY other available campgrounds. If you are a glutton for punishment and do go to this KOA, good luck, and be sure to bring numbers of other campgrounds when you find out how rude they are for yourself! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a great launching point for Yellowstone and Yellowstone is truly amazing. Given the location you would expect this campground to be one of the best in the KOA system. Unfortunately, it is only average. I have no problem paying for a premium site, per child fees and activity fees. I do however demand value for my money which I do not feel we got from this campground. The bathroom situation is a mess. There were lines early in the morning and up to 12 at night for the showers. At the rates they charge this is a travesty. $ 70.00 + a ton of other fees a night is top of the line pricing. At these rates they have to deliver. They have a nice patio and swing at the premium sites but this means nothing if they have not covered the basics. My wife and I have four kids and hate to go to completely unattended pools. Leaving a pool with a handful of rules posted on a sign is a recipe for disaster. We watched kids choking each over, dunking each other, and we watched one father throw his kid (for fun) onto other kids in the pool. We left after 15 minutes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Yellowstone Park KOA was a disappointment. We had heard that it was excellent, and it was just average. When we checked in, we were "given" the worst site in the place - on the highway, no trees, and a big hole where you step out of your trailer, even after we had asked for a nice site. There were plenty. Returning to ask for a different site was problematic. After saying that we would pay for a pull-through site, we got one, again, with no trees - although there were ones available. Yes, there were tons of things to do there - from getting served a meal to miniature golf. We were there to see Yellowstone with our 8-year old, not hang out in the campground. But the worst - taking a shower was just disgusting. Although they "clean" once a day, they need to up their schedule to a second time during mid-morning. With only 2 shower facilities holding 4-6 shower stalls (in the women's) and 268 campsites, a mid-morning cleaning is essential. Paper towels in the restroom would come in handy for cleaning up the previous slob's hair and toothpaste. We would have liked this KOA to live up to its reputation. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This was a great experience. Beautiful well kept campground. We will definitely go back. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
[ 3 / 10 ]
The manager was very rude, arrogant, accusatory and had me in tears. As a health care provider (RN) for 21 years in the Dallas Fort Worth health care system, I recognized that this man was very unprofessional and demeaning. I was shocked. I will not return, nor will my niece who witnessed his unprofessionalism. Just to share to 'beware'. His staff was reluctant to disagree with anything he said. You could tell they were afraid to disagree. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Busy park with a friendly helpful staff. Good WiFi, good pool but with lots of unsupervised children. Sites are long but close together. Cable is only available at highest priced sites. Restrooms and showers clean and well arranged. Be sure to try the ribs - they're great! Breakfast is good too! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
As we traveled the West Yellowstone area this park seemed a good choice. When we arrived to check in we were greeted and helped right away. We spent most of our vacation traveling, so we mainly stayed in the camp ground during the evening and night. To talk with family by cell phone was difficult to do due to poor reception. I talked with a few people in town and this is common. WiFi was available, but we could not receive it at our campsite. Most people gathered near the office with laptops to get WiFi. Cable is not part of full hook-up's, a primium site only has this feature. I thought for $ 62.00 a night it should be included. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were there starting Labor Day weekend. Facilities are pretty nice, unfortunately, they shut everything down around us while we were still staying there. We were in a pop-up so we had to use restroom/shower facilities in tha park which were a long way away after they shut all of them out in the campground down. Wi-Fi works great if you are standing in front of the store, but don't plan to use it in the campground. For my money, I would rather stay someplace that appreciates me as a customer instead of treating me like an imposition. We plan to go back to the area, but we won't be staying at this one. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very nice park, sites were pretty close together. Even though the park was only about half full, we always had someone right around us. The BBQ dinner and pancake breakfasts were good and priced right. They are very strict about the closing time ( 10 PM) for the pool and hot tub. There was a jerk employee that was upset that my wife and daughter were in the bathroom getting changed after 10:00 PM, and almost walked in on them!! I spoke to the manager the next day and he didn't seem all that concerned, maybe this happens a lot? We'll try another park next time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff was unfriendly and not particularly helpful. They acted as if it were an imposition to register us and wait on us. Our site was at the end of a row close to the bathhouse. Adults and children on bicycles cut through our site when rounding the corner and on the way to the bathhouse. Even though there were empty sites, the management refused to move us and were quite rude about it. We will not camp there again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This KOA was the nicest,most beautiful park we stayed in that trip. Did not know whether to visit Yellowstone or just stay there, the kids loved the pool, they loved riding the rental bikes and the putt putt. The morning breakfast was fantastic, cooking outdoors was great, the cabin, the area full of green grass, nice parking. The best one yet! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
The West Yellowstone KOA is an awesome campground! Easy access to Yellowstone National Park. They do an incredible breakfast and chuckwagon dinner! Lots for the kids to do! My only complaint would be that the streets don't have clear signs indicating whether they are one-way or not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the better KOA's we have visited! This is a very busy campground! I would be sure to get a site away from the main areas which was always full of bicycle and pedestrian traffic. Lots of trees make it feel like you're in the forest. Our site had a concrete patio with table, chairs and a swing. A fire ban was in effect, so no campfires. Pool was too busy and noisy to fully enjoy in the evening. Kids kept trying to sneak into the adult hot tub despite clear postings. Use it during the day to avoid the crowd. Staff was excellent, but they needed a few more people. Especially to supervise the pool and main entrance area. Lots of kids with no parents in sight, be careful not to run one over! The store was very well stocked with Yellowstone stuff. One night a week, they have a "buy two get one free" sale on everything (except food)! And if you show up in your jammies, you get an extra 10% off. That was fun! Ice cream/espresso bar had weird hours, not consistent. Good snacks though! A great place as a base of operations to see the park, very close to the west entrance. We will go back here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice campground as far as amenities go, but like everything in West Yellowstone it is highly over priced. Office staff can at times get a bit grouchy. The park is clean and has lots to do and the kids loved it. The BBQ ribs are wonderful! We would stay here again, despite the horrible prices. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in a "standard full hook-up with a little extra" site. The site was gravel and had a concrete pad for the picnic table, no cable TV service, no wi-fi at site. The park is very family friendly. After about 4 PM drivers need to beware because kids are everywhere riding bikes, scooters, and generally running around. People seem to know this, so it is fairly safe. The wi-fi at the porch was painfully slow. Cost aside, I'd stay there again. Oh, except that you have to choose carefully when you shower. I showered after the bathrooms were cleaned and had hot water, in the morning however the water was cold! For the price, I chose to stay only two nights and move on. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Paid too much for end June. Ribs were excellent. $12.99 for half rack - $18.99 whole rack. Pricey when compared to Spearfish SD where the ribs were $9.99 half rack and just as good! Undercover pool is good. Watch the speed limit coming into West Yellowstone from the KOA. The police get you where the speed limit drops from 65 to 35 to 25 in a matter of a several hundred yards. Everything is expensive here. Site was good. Swing and concrete patio. Easy pull throughs. Stayed two nights. Would go back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
$60 for the Memorial day weekend and $53 for the following day. Both way overpriced and more than other parks in the area. Another park that advertises WiFi but you have to sit outside the office to use it and it's cold in this area. At this price they should be able to afford another antennae or two. We even requested a site that could pick up wifi when we paid the deposit, but nothing was mentioned until we arrived at the front desk. We stayed over the Memorial Day weekend and after and the park was busy, but only 2 of the 3 restrooms were open so there were queues each day. Told at the office that the other one would be open in a couple of days. Also heard the same