This place has the appearance of a dump. The owners need to put some TLC into it. We drove through it and decided we didn't feel like staying here. We went down the road to another campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice spot for an overnight or a couple of days. The pool is closed and there is some noise of people leaving early in the morning to go to work; around 5:30 am; there are a number of what looks like semi-permanent spots. However, the bathrooms are clean, the laundry is clean and reasonably priced, sites are level and easy to get into and the owners are great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An older park with many permanent residents, but everyone we met or spoke with was friendly. The owners are very nice people and very helpful. The pool was not available when we were there, due to a leak needing repair. There are many deer about 100-ft from our rig every evening at dusk. That was nice to see. We will definitely stay again if we're in the area. The location was great for our needs. It is only a few miles from I-90 & I-25 Junction We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to get plenty of rest. Watch for the deer in the evening. Owner runs hunting trips in the nearby big horn mountains and keeps a string of pack mules. Very interesting people to talk with and very helpful on advice of where to go and what to see. Had lunch at close down town place called "The Dash In". Excellent fried chicken and buffalo burgers. We will be sure to stop here again if ever in this area area. Beautiful drive over the Big Horn Mountains towards Yellowstone along highway 16. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owners are super-nice and helpful people. Park is close to town on US-16 but several miles from the interstates, so there is no highway noise. The view of the Big Horn foothills is lovely, and deer wandered through the property in the evening. Pull-throughs are long, grassy, and adequately wide; ours was very level. We had no problems at all with our satellite internet system. The web site photos don't show that part of the park is also a mobile home court with 20 or so somewhat ramshackle-looking single-wides. Noise from the permanent residents' vehicles leaving for work woke us up every morning. Park was quiet and peaceful otherwise. I wouldn't use this as a destination park, but it's serviceable enough if you aren't looking for anything especially pretty or fancy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Everyone was friendly. Owners have been there two years and making a lot improvements. The park is next to a hotel but there are trees in the landscape between the parking lot and park. There is a small creek on the back side of park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners were wonderful! They helped us with some repairs far above and beyond the call of duty. We found this campground by accident, but will highly recommend it to anyone. The whole campground and store was also pleasant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is very convenient to freeways and town. It is on a busy road, but we were at the back and the noise did not bother us. Sites are level. Campground is well-maintained. Roads are dirt, so it is dusty under dry conditions. One site has a personal spa! (It costs more, of course.) Sites are level, water and power were good. Some sites are shaded, some not. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We rented one of the deluxe patio sites with lawn chairs and were able to cookout on a charcoal grill. Wireless didn't reach us all the way in the back. Clean and friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Having stayed twice in a nearby campground, we decided to try this KOA. On the website it was Twin Creeks and offered Good Sam discount. When we arrived it was a KOA with no discounts. It was extremely expensive for where they made us park. We were in a tiny spot at the back of the campground. It was not level at all. We were glad we were just passing through as we would not want to spend any length of time here, nor do we want to stay here again. Cable was available but too fuzzy to watch. WiFi was sporadic. We gave up and used our MiFi. This was not a pleasant stop for us. Next time through we'll go back to the other campground down the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is now a KOA. Second time staying at Park. First time was when it was a KOA also. Nice campground with plenty of room. Our site they parked us the opposite direction so we could enjoy the grassed area. Couldn't walk on grass in saddles because of prickly weeds mixed with grass. We did like direction of our unit though because we would have been looking directly at tents for our view. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our favorite campground so far. The sites were level, easy to get in and out of, easy hookups, clean and shaded. They have a pool and playground. Very nice atmosphere. The office staff was friendly. If we are in the area again, we will definitely stay here. Great Campground! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I loved everything about this campground from the plush grass to the grand views of the mountains. The two room cabins are adorable and the amenities were great. Very kid and pet friendly. I'm not sure if this is how it always is or if I was just lucky?. I would definitely stay here again and recommend to others as well. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
Nice over night park. Easy access on /off freeway. Electricity Good. Water pressure good. They do have some long pull throughs, we have a 45ft coach plus 2nd vehicle & did not un-hook, for an overnight. Satellite was No problem. Wi-Fi on Verizon Card very slow. AT&T better. This park has new owners as of this year 2012. They are making improvements. The interior roads are dirt/gravel mix. The landscaping in & around sites was well tended. Over all very nice. The swim pool was out of commission & we were told this upon arrival. The staff were very nice. Would stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I honestly don't know why this was rated so highly and elected Wyoming Campground of the year. I have stayed in better places in Wyoming. It is nicely landscaped with green grass, but it is really only set up for motorhomes. By the time I got my 5th wheel far enough forward to reach the electric I would need 25+ feet of hose to reach the sewer. It is suitable for an overnight, but I would not call it spectacular by any means. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great campground. Wide sites, some with shade trees. Large, concrete site pads. While close to the Interstate, the campground was very quiet. A definite return destination. Owners, very nice and helpful! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Poor little campground is starting to show it's age! Although we had the "Super-deluxe" site with the enclosed yard and private hot tub, the campground as a whole is looking run down. We stayed here some years ago when it was a KOA and it seemed a lot nicer then, lots of activity and very well kept. This time, it was nearly vacant despite a summer weekend. Hookups worked well, but the sewer connection was cracked. The entire town of Buffalo seemed to be showing signs of the economy downturn and the historic area had a lot of closed shops. Kind of sad. We will probably not be back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The park looks great on their website but I should have seen the writing on the wall when it said "former KOA". This park is old and as they say a typical KOA. Small and tight sites, gravel. I rented a super site with my 45'. Once in I could see there was no way to get out but back up. I went to the office to tell them not to rent out the site behind me so I could leave in the morning, which they did. OK for a quick overnight but the place needs some TLC. As I do with most places we pull into I do a "what would I do if I owned this place" scenario. The list was long. There is a nicer campground down the road I would opt for next time around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground. Camped here 1 night. Clean bathroom and showers and pool. Cable TV great and Wi-Fi. Quiet. The lady I the office a little slow. Overall good experience and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed one night, and it was not a bad experience. Surprisingly empty, especially for a Saturday. Some of the spots dont have much for shade, but we got there early so we were able to park in a shaded area. At $5.50 a bundle, I would buy wood somewhere else. Nice pool and a neat covered kitchen area with stovetops and sinks for cleaning up. Walking distance to many of Buffalo's best eating establishments, such as Winchester's and the Dash Inn. It was okay; this was the second campground we've tried in Buffalo and haven't really been wowed by either. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This was a nice overnighter and worked well. Grounds were really nice, but as an old KOA the sites were close together. In summer with tree foliage out and cars parked on road it would be a tight fit for todays 45 ft full wall slide rigs, but doable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A beautiful, clean campground. Lovely trees, level sites, pet walk. Some of the sites have large cement patios, one even has a hot tub. Friendly and helpful staff. Free Wi-Fi excellent. Would highly recommend this campground. Right off I-25 and close to I-90. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground adjacent to the new Hampton Inn, which is now the owner. Deer and turkeys visited our site. It was a quiet place to camp. The office is manned by a lady that did not tell us the driveway was under construction with very restricted entry which meant we could not negotiate a right turn. But we were able to turn around at the Holiday Inn down the street and then make a left into the park. WiFi did work but was very weak in the back where we were camped. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park (old KOA). Thought the rate was a little high but tolerable for 1 night. Hookups were good, no problems. Wi-Fi worked good and cable reception was good. There was road work going on in front of park but it worked. The facilities were nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It used to be a KOA and must be relatively new as the trees aren't very big so there's not a lot of shade. Sites are gravel with grass in between sites. Sites are as level as anywhere we have been. It took only a 1" board under one side. Owner was friendly and the laundry was clean We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This a small, family owned park. This park is very well maintained, and very clean. The WiFi worked great and the pool was great after a long day on the road! We only stayed one day as a stoppover but would definitely recommend. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
The entrance to the campground was pretty badly chewed up as a result of construction work arising from a new association with the Hampton Inn next door. There was plenty of room for our 42' rig and tow. The manager was very friendly and helpful. There might be a bit of an odor problem if you're downwind of the open wagon that serves as a dumpster. Overall a good spot for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the best Campground we stayed in since leaving Florida, three weeks ago. We were here for three days and were treated better than family. Our hostess was always here no matter what we needed. I would recommend this campground as the place to be. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 6 / 10 ]
It may be because the season is nearly over in this part of the country: but when we were here, this place was nearly empty except for a collection of rigs that looked to belong to workers in the area. Nonetheless, when we were the only rig in our row, another rig was parked right next to us for the night. There's no reason for that and it annoys us. Other than that, the park was OK but not great. When we arrived, early in the afternoon, there was no one in the office and no note on the door to tell us where to go (we had a reservation). Finally, after we had asked some people working on a car nearby where the manager was, someone came out and told us our paperwork was in the Night Registration box. It would have been nice to have a note on the door to that effect. Then we had to go back later to register, as the office was closed until 4 p.m. Our site was long enough to accommodate our truck and 36' fifth wheel; there was grass and a picnic table next to it and the sites weren't as close together as we've seen them. There's no shade, which is good for satellite TV and internet reception, but it can get hot in this area. We saved some money by not having a sewer hookup for the two nights we were here; but this campground still seems expensive for what you get. Typical KOA pricing, even if it is no longer a KOA. Also, signage directing you to the park is nonexistent until you get right on it, so use the map on their website. Our GPS would have had us in the wrong location, using just the street address. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good stopover on my trip. Roads in the area are a little confusing and the roads in the park have tight turns. Wasn't there long enough to form much more of an opinion other than it wasn't a bad place to sleep for the night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This KOA was not great, but not all that bad either. The staff was a little hard to reach by phone to make a reservation, but they were friendly when we got there. Roads and sites were gravel. Sites were narrow and close together. Most sites had a table, some had fire rings, and some were shaded. There were lots of cable TV channels, and the free Wi-Fi was strong. Restrooms/showers were small, old, and showing wear, but reasonably clean. This worked as a place to stay while seeing sights in the area, but not much more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paid for a patio site which was offered a nice patio and lawn area. Other sites were nothing special. Would stay here again when traveling through the area. Would not do an extended stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground good. Large area to park and register. Office staff friendly and efficient. Access roads to sites gravel and well maintained. Sites are gravel and grass with small trees. Hook-ups are in odd places on sites. We had patio site which was large. Quiet despite being close to town center. Well maintained but let down by scruffy seasonal/worker units. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I cannot say enough good things about the staff at this campground. We stayed there in 2006 when my husband got a very bad infection in his foot. At the time we were traveling with only the motor home and the staff arranged to take him to the local community emergency clinic via one of their staff members so we didn't have to deal with unhooking our motor home. We were treated with such kindness by the staff. Since we were unable to complete our planned trip we returned the next year and was able to enjoy the campground a little more. They had activities for everyone. The campground was quite nice. It had shady sites. I would highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great place! Although we had the super-deluxe site with our own private fenced area and hot tub, all the sites were roomy and spaced fairly well apart. Hookups were a little far away, have an extension cord and extra hose handy just in case! Management was superb! Very friendly! Free firewood was a nice extra. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used this as an overnight stop. Good thing we had a GPS, as the entrance from the main street had a small sign and was poorly lit. We were a "late" check in and left payment in the box at the office. Sites were easy to get into, bathrooms/showers clean. Not much in the area; the truck stop across the street has an Arby's, which closed before we could get inside. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is very well kept. We had a large site with patio, covered lounge chairs, benches around fire pit, grill and fenced in yard. A site with hot tub is also available for $79.00. Nice pool and hot tub next to office area. They had a large camp kitchen gazebo for all to use and where they served breakfast and ice cream social in the evening. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great KOA. We drove an extra 108 miles past Casper just to get to this one. We arrived after hours, yet the host greeted us and opened the store for us. They were very friendly and informative on the facilities. The bathrrom/showers were very private and very clean. Our son had a blast on the playground and looking at the teepees. We will always reccomend this stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a reservation and stopped to check in. In our opinion, to be fair, I would rate the park "stark" at best. The trees are immature and provide no shade whatever. The sites were unpaved and dusty. The office staff was friendly and refunded our full deposit. Even with the discount coupons offered on the internet, we found the park not acceptable and found another more comfortable park nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Only one site with hot tub, which I rented. The hot tub water smelled badly; not worth the additional money. The main hot tub at lodge was down for repairs so I received dirty looks from a couple of other campers as I sat in ours. Mini golf in poor shape. All in all I would stay again. Beautiful country. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice shade, grassy sites but a little dusty due to the unpaved roads. They had free wireless although we could not get it from our site. Very comfortable campground and we ended up spending another to unwind. Don't forget to go downtown the IGA for a great deli and some of the best potatoe and tomato salads ever! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. All of the facilities are modern, clean and well-maintained. The staff
was exceptionally nice. Pancake breakfast was good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Very nice KOA. No Shade though, trees are too young. Very friendly staff, very clean facilities. Mini Golf needed some work but was nice. Big playground area, family style cooking area, little pedal go-kart things to rent. A little close to the highway but overall very good. A nice site with hot tub and private bbq area is available. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice cg, but it is being improved and they have some of the new sites with the decks and the hottubs etc. It cost me an extra $7 for two kids and cable. I didn't ask for cable, but was charged because it was there anyway. Even the people with dishes had to pay it. They did have the ice cream social and pancake breakfast, neither of which were free. It was cheaper to eat McGriddles down the street though. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 9 / 10 ]
The nicest KOA we've visited. Park is new and nicely landscaped. Sites are level, deep and well separated. New inovation at the park is a "Quality" site with a deck, hot tub, patio furniture, etc., cost is $40+/nite. The town of Buffalo has an excellent museum and an historic district that's worth exploring. We camped here in a camper.
It is a nice campground but a little over priced for what is offered. Shower facility is excellent except the shower heads are more to accommodate the vertically challenged. It is very close to town. Some ground grooming could be done i.e.: getting the leaves cleaned up. I would have rated this place higher if not for the camping fee!!... We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed only one night in our 36' motorhome. That night they had a ice cream social. Very friendly camp hosts. Nice woodsy surroundings with a small walking trail through an area that deer can be seen. Quiet, clean and large pull throughs made this a park that we would come to again. The only negative was the pool and spa. They were old and in need of a face lift. Clean but old. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just spending the night, and this CG is OK. Site is level, and it has good Wi-Fi and cable TV. Critter waste all around the grass, and grass is weedy. Offers some shade. Would probably try another Buffalo CG if we come this way again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Deer Park is a very well laid out campground surrounded by trees and wildlife. Great Wi-Fi, spacious & level site with picnic table. There is no fire ring. Staff is very friendly, helpful and maintains the grounds all day long. The 2 dozen wild turkey are cool to watch initially; however, they leave a lot of droppings and will stalk you if grilling outside. They can be a little aggressive for food and started to creep us out when they got serious about getting a taste of the buffalo burgers we were grilling. I did not realize turkey's liked buffalo??? Anyway, we enjoyed our stay and even got to dip in the pool several times during our stay. We paid $38.50/night for full-hook up. Not sure how others are getting $25/night as we were not able to haggle that one out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has a lot going for it. It was easy for us to get our 45’ motorhome into our site without unhooking our toad. There was a nice grassy area for our table and chairs outside for a glass of wine to watch the turkeys wander about. They had a nice looking pool and a helpful guide to our site, plus an ice cream social that let us meet some fellow travelers. Sewer and water/electric were good quality and well placed. The one thing that they also had was lots of dust. It was enough to mark them down to an “8”. But we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were greeted to the park by a doe and 2 fawns and several wild turkeys. The sites are wide and spacious and: level. Nice hiking trail. The folks in the office were very friendly. The town of Buffalo has a jam session every Thursday at the historic Occidental Hotel which is a must see. We would definitely stay here again. And the price for what you get? Outstanding!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Pull through sites are long and have very little shade. Some of the back or front in sites have much better shade. Good WI-FI, and cable TV. Our pull in site was level with plenty of room and shade. Office personnel very friendly and helpful. Turkey and deer walk through the campground daily, watch your step! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a nice place and is not a dump to say the least. That is not the reason I gave this place a rating of "4." The reason we chose this place and paid the hefty rate of $44.50/night was what this place offered. Specifically the hot tub because of my wife having a bad back. We even asked them on the phone if the hot tub was up and running. They said yes without any qualifications (hours of operation). However, when we got up the next morning expecting to use it they had a sign saying that the hot tub was only open 3-9pm. When I asked why, they said maintenance. I said I understand maintenance issues but, asked is their any being done now and they said no. Then I asked; well, why is it closed? Answer: It just is and always has been. To me that is totally unacceptable as an answer to a paying customer. We WILL NOT be coming back here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Big place. Lots of grass and trees. Gravel sites all level with room between each. Easy in-easy out. Water, sewer, electric all good. Everything clean and well kept up. Management nice and very helpful. On the edge of town so no shopping within walking distance unless you count several close by mini-marts, but Buffalo is not a big town so it's not far for groceries and ACE Hardware. Good steakhouse (Winchester) right across the street. Closest Wal-Mart is 30 miles in Sheridan. Lots of deer and wild turkey in the park. Great fishing, boating, M/C riding, and OHV areas close by. Big Horn mountains are beautiful and right here. Tons of old west history close. Little Big Horn Battlefield is 90 minutes away as is Devil's tower. Yellowstone 4 hours hours one way and Mt. Rushmore 4 hours the other way. We like small towns so we REALLY liked Buffalo. Be sure and check out the live blue grass jam on Thursday nights at the Occidental Saloon, but be there by 5 pm or you won't get a seat, it's very popular. All in all a great place to stay as long as you don't have to have a big city. Will definitely come back. Stayed here a month so we could spend some time in the area. P.S Hwy 16 is very pretty and the best route in from the West with an RV, but I recommend you take a drive on 14 and 14A with your toad or bike. Both are gorgeous but steep with curves. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park! I am a KOA member and chose this one over the KOA less than a 1/2 mile down the road. Lots of shade trees. Large sites that were level and firm. Extremely friendly staff! One drawback is that it is a little bit expensive for a young family of four, or else I would have given it a 10. Would stay again when passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here one night and would like to have made it an extended stay. The park is well maintained and lots of shade. Our site was absolutely level with grass and shade. The staff were very friendly and even had a ice cream social after dinner. It is a quiet campground. We had a deer wander through our site. The laundry facility was clean and very reasonable. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground has been owned by the same nice couple for 30 years and it is a beautiful campground. The workampers that work here are very friendly and nice. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We felt this was expensive for the area and for the facilities we needed. It's good for a night or two but not for a destination stop. We would stay here again if need be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall a nice park with fairly level sites. Roads and sites are gravel. Hookups are in the proper locations. Friendly park workers who were helpful in getting us to the best sites to see for our 40-footer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of shade: one nice feature. Unfortunately lots of weeds as well in the sites. Seemed like mostly an overnighters place as the park would empty out almost every day when we were here. It's an old KOA park, it was decent enough although overpriced for what you get. You're in between I-90 and I-25 so you can occasionally hear traffic but it's not too bad. Place could use a refreshing but is ok for a short stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Driving around the office building can be a pain for some inexperienced drivers with (too) large rigs. We drove with our 39" rig easily to site #1. Very nice personnel. They accompany you to your site. Spacy pullthroughs. Beautiful warm pool and 102 degree hot tub. Curtains in shower are a bit shabby with a long hair from former guest . Shower head is much too low, suitable for people of 5 feet! In our motorhome the shower is more convenient. Laundry has reasonable prices and looks clean and efficient. The shop offers nice stuff to eat and other things. We recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was still closed in April, but when we called the owners allowed us to stay in 50amp, pull thru, without water for $15 a night. This is another old KOA, but you would never know it except for the shape of the office. Sites are beautifully spaced, level, gravel, & very long. Shaded & open sites available. Staff was busy raking & cleaning up the winter debris. Very friendly & welcoming. All utilities worked well - cable TV, wifi & electric (water not turned on yet for season). Deer & turkeys on lawns every morning & evening. Great location for visiting local attractions. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park. Slightly tight, narrow interior roads, especially around the office. Did see some deer and wild turkey's as advertised. Easy walk to some local eateries. We stayed only one night at end of the season, so not able to really spend much time evaluating the amenities. Staff were very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park and well taken care of. Easy check-in and friendly staff. We used the swimming pool which also was very nice. An added touch was the ice cream social. Paid $1 and got to talk to other campers about places we were planning to visit. Some deer were wandering around. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We liked this Campground. The ladies at the office were friendly and helpful. Our site was a long pull-through, enough length for our 36 Ft. motorhome and car. Nice, wide and shady with plenty of space between each site. 50 AMP with Cable & Wi-Fi. Saw lots of turkeys roaming around the campground. After supper, we went for a walk on the trail, then enjoyed the ice cream social with many of the other campers. This park is easy to get to from 1-25 or 1-90. It's a very relaxing and enjoyable RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful RV Park. This is an older park with lots of grass and tall trees. The sites have plenty of space between. Wild Turkeys and Deer wander around the park. Good Wi-Fi and Cable. Friendly hosts. We saw several other RV parks as we drove around but this one is the nicest by far. Buffalo is a friendly town to visit and there are great day trips. We will return next year and we will definitely stay at this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a king size full hookup and did not have to disconnect the toad. Lots of trees and grass, with plenty of open spaces. We did see some deer on the edge of the campground, but there is no way they are going to wander into the park with all the large dogs tied up outside RV's. Friendly management and although the showers are older and small, they are clean. Nice setting for overnight or longer. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A jewel of a campground! Friendly helpful staff, well maintained clean sites, and wild turkeys and deer roaming the grounds daily; truly very nice. Winchester Steakhouse is a nice two block walk away, and it's a MUST eat there! We stayed for a week. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Check in was fast and easy. Staff was friendly and helpful. We thoroughly enjoyed this park. It was far enough from the traffic to be peaceful but close enough to all the places we wanted to visit. We enjoyed the turkeys and the deer roaming through the park. We most definitely will stay here again. Wi-Fi was weak even though we were very close to the router, but that won't keep us away in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely treed campground, but they don't interfere with height of big rigs or access to sites. Nice, gravel, level site with ample room between rigs. And what fun when 12 wild turkeys showed up when we opened the door in the morning! Far enough from the highway to not have road noise. Owners are very nice and helpful. Buffalo Golf Club, as all things in Buffalo, is close by and fun with lots of elevations. Good restaurants within walking distance. It's Wi-fi heaven with a strong, steady signal. No question we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here multiple times. This is one of our favorite parks. It is a mountain setting, which is consistent with its location. Excellent area for dog walking. The sites are spacious. Many of the sites have shade. The owners are present on the property and take pride in maintaining the park in top condition. This time the resident flock of wild turkeys came to greet us shortly after our arrival. We have stayed here before and will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Owners were very friendly, the park was clean and well-kept. Since we were only staying here overnight on our way to another destination, we didn't use any of the facilities, but would definitely return here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is quaint with a nature walk included. Our site was a back in under large trees. We had plenty of room for our big rig and between us and the neighbors. We can't wait to go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pleasant shady campground. Good for overnight stay. Sites are well spaced albeit still no privacy available. Some traffic noise but well off in the distance. Lots of walking paths, grass,trees, wild turkeys, deer. Altogether relaxing. We would stay here again. Wi-Fi and cable excellent. 50 amp power was very much appreciated given 100 degree temps for most of the day driving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a hidden GEM! This is not a parking lot with hook ups this has trees, grass and wildlife walking by. Clean park with everything you need. We loved it, one downfall if your sitting outside you might be able to hear some road noise if you work at it. We will be back and recommend this park to everyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects 2 adults and 3 children with Good Sam discount. Park is nicely wooded, but the trees are not in the way of large rigs. Friendly, helpful staff. Near crossroads of interstate and highway, but no noise because of all the trees. This rating is not a 10 because the showers were ridiculously small with low shower heads that hardly sprayed any water. We stayed here 1 night, but I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful park. Beautiful trees, very good roads, large, easy pull throughs, wonderful nature walking path. A very relaxing campground. Friendly staff adds to overall experience. Only stayed one night but would have been happy to be able to spend a few more. Would definitely stay here again if traveling this way. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Plenty of trees and grass. Sites large enough for larger RVs. Quiet but reasonably close to highways. Had ice cream social at night with large scoops, too much for our grandchildren to eat. Nice pool but water was cool. Staff was friendly. Had a nice walking path for your dog. Pricey compared to other places we stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Well maintained. (Watch for tree sap: it will be all over your RV and tow vehicle.) Cable TV and internet was very good (although internet was unavailable one night). Laundromat services were very good. We stayed two nights. Would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Quiet, shady sites. Convenient to town, but far enough away to not be busy. Not much of a playground for kids, but a safe place for play and bike riding. First time here, will definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, friendly staff! Nice, large sites, wild deer and turkey all over especially on nature trail. Ice cream social and Winchester Restaurant (across from park) are highly recommended! We extended our stay to 7 days and drove trough Crazy Woman Canyon. Beautiful views and sights. A must see! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice family campground. Looks like it had been a KOA at one time. We saw at least 25 deer. Every time we turned around there were deer. Sites were a little small, but no trouble getting our slides out. The town itself is very interesting with lots of history and a great place to eat. (Occidental Hotel). We would go back. The other parks in town are just gravel lots. This place is very unique with the deer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff, very clean restrooms/shower facilities, good cable TV, Wi-Fi was good, lots of trees for shade. Site was reasonably level. Easy off/on to I-90. Great walking trail for walking the dogs. Deer (mother and 2 young), wild turkeys and 3 roosters are also residents. We would absolutely stay again if in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Office staff friendly and helpful. They take you to your site. Easily accessed from hiway 16. A basic no real frills park but very adequate. Sites are gravel and ours was level and long enough to handle the coach and toad. Good WiFi and cable TV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was originally a KOA. It was kind of funky but met our needs. The spaces were fairly tight but pull throughs that we were able to manage. Nice walking trail for the dog. Large area of permanents but quite separated from the nightly areas. We enjoyed exploring the surrounding area. Crazy Woman Canyon is a must see. We would probably return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was probably the most friendly staff of any park we have ever stayed. The sites were fairly well sized and there is some shade throughout the grounds. The office, restrooms, and showers were clean and well maintained. There was also a laundry facility although we did not use it since we were there only one night. The highlight of the one night stay was the $1 bowls of ice cream in the evening which brought many of the guests out of their units for little social time. As the park's name implies there were several deer in the area which made for a pleasant evening. Although we stayed for only one night we would stay longer if we ever had reason to visit the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used this campground for a quick overnight stop. Staff was wonderful, quick check in and an escort to our pull thru site. The cg layout is a bit quirky, thankful for the escort. Full hookups in good working order, cable and Wi-Fi excellent signals. Verizon signal strong. We didn't use the bath house, so can't comment on them. Deer and turkey wandered throughout the campground. There is some road construction on the road getting to the campground from I-90 - We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One night stop on our way to Yellowstone. Park was clean, we used the laundry facilities and also hiked the nature trail around the park. Our site was on the outside of the campground loop, so we didn't have neighbors behind us. The kids enjoyed the ice cream social that night in the park office, and also swam in the pool for a while when we got there. Friendly staff. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a well kept and friendly campground convenient to the Bighorn National Forest. Sites are laid out well for easy access, spaciousness and vegetation. Deer and wild turkey wandered through our quiet campsite. AT&T phone service was good. AT&T data service was poor but the WiFi provided by the campground worked well. Shower, laundry and pool were clean. We would stay here again. The price was based on the weekly rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park but very nice. There are many long easy-in, easy-out pull-through sites. The sites are level, there is robust cable TV, and good WiFi. There were too many trees for satellite but the cable TV was excellent. There was good cell service. There are also lots of activities in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Deer Park is beautiful. The trees are mature with a good amount of shade and sun. The water tastes great. The camp sites are well kept, and all is clean. The people are pleasant, friendly, and quite helpful. We highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a beautiful, well kept park. Easy to get into and room to manuever your rig. Friendly people and they offered an ice cream social with 2 scoops of ice cream for a dollar. You cannot beat that. Green grass, lots of trees and just a wonderful place to stop over or make it several nights. When using I-90 or I-25 or coming/going to Yellowstone, make this a stop over. You won't be sorry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here for two nights on our way to Yellowstone. Great location. Very quiet and secluded setting. Convenient to town and easy to find from the interstate. Sites were level with lots of shade. There was a pool and a short nature trail. Staff was very friendly and the park was very well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Real nice, well run park. The roads were real dusty so our toad got covered with dust when we were led to our site. The cable and Wi-Fi are great and free. Our dish could not acquire a satellite because of all of the trees so we were thankful for the cable. Our 38 foot rig fit nicely in our fairly level site. The water tastes good and the 50 Amp service is spot on voltage. The pool and whirlpool are very clean and the ice cream social each evening is only $1 and was super. We would come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first time ever camping, and we picked a nice place to start. Very helpful and friendly staff, provided assistance with any questions I had about my new camper. Pool was nice, and the $1 ice cream social in the evenings was great. Clean restrooms and showers. The only negative, sites are somewhat cramped. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Other than being a bit muddy from the heavy rains, it was fine. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful regarding local attractions. Site was level and adequate in size. Would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicest park we have stayed in since we became full timers nine months ago. It was very quiet at night. It's a beautiful country setting with the convenience of a small town close by. The history of the area is terrific and the townspeople willing to share their knowledge. The space we were assigned was on the lower level and had ample room for both our 40-footer with three slides, and for our puppy to run and play and not bother other campers. The wildlife (deer, rabbits, and birds) came right into our camp. Lots of shade trees which are well kept and won't interfere with any size rig. WiFi worked fine, cable was good, site was level and lush. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was hard to judge the rating as we arrived 3 days before they closed. We were only here for an overnight and they were in the process of shutting everything down. We did get a couple of deer along with their twins passing through the park next to our rig. We heard turkeys but didn't see any. One nice feature is they escort you to your site. We had a nice long pull-through with plenty of room for our tow in the back. We will stay here again if we're ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is close to Highway 16, and is composed of regular sites plus additional smaller sites in a separate well-shaded area. Wildlife is nearby: deer and wild turkeys wandered through the campground edges. There is a grass walking path available. Campground is close to Buffalo amenities. Most pull-through sites were fairly level and on gravel pads. This is a well-kept older campground but needs continued modernization. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, shaded, quiet campground. We had a pull-in site with a lot of trees and grass. Internet service is great. Pool and hot tub, but the pool was a bit chilly. Easy access to I-90. Good cable TV for the kids. A little buggy because the campground is next to a pasture, but overall a great night here. We stayed here one night, and paid $40. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is showing its age, but generally well maintained and clean. Looks like an old KOA campground. Staff very friendly and helpful. We were lucky to have a pull-through site and there was only just enough room (not many pull throughs available). No views from this campground but located near to town. We cycled the local trail which was nice. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. The area is very dusty so the coach got very dusty. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Overall, this park is one of the better ones in this part of the country. We will return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a couple of days to kill between two scheduled stops and this place just happened to be half-way, so we stayed here. It is a very nice park, with lots of trees, grass and shade. Unfortunately, the Buffalo area itself does not have much to recommend it, so we would probably not stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I have traveled all states in the USA. We have been to all kind of RV campgrounds. Come to Deer Park Campground in Buffalo, WY if you are looking for a beautiful setting, immacaulate restrooms, sparkling swimming pool w/hot tub, and the most courteous staff. The owners have been doing this for decades. They surely know how to run a business the right way. I would suggest they gravel the roads to keep dust down, otherwise, no other complaints. Oh, and the deer and wild turkey are everywhere here. We would return without a doubt. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park with easy access to I-90. Friendly and helpful office staff that escorted you to your site. Water pressure and quality were both good, gravel roads and parking sites with plenty of grass at the site. Pool area was clean and well maintained. Good spot for an overnight stop. Nightly ice cream social is a good place to chat with other campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Charming small family owned campground. Lots of grass & trees. Good pull thru sites, big rig sites. Easy access from freeway. Dog & people friendly. Free ice cream socials. Would stay again if in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a treat for us. The owner/managers were very friendly and helpful. The park was super clean even though it was completely full both nights we were there. Pool was heated and looked like fun. Laundry room was very nice. Great game room for the kids. I would recommend this park if you are going to see Devils Tower. Only 28 scenic miles. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our 3rd visit to Buffalo but first at this park. We stopped overnight, on way to Yellowstone. We had best site in campground (others didn't want to unhook toads), had satellite reception, shade and great view. Also, nice grassy site. Hosts were very polite and accommodating. Only complaint is dusty access road covering toad and back of MH. As usual, "no washing of vehicles" permitted. Someday, owners will understand that RVers need to wash their vehicles!! We will stay here again, there is so much to see and do in Buffalo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park with level sites, good wi-fi, good cable TV, and excellent, friendly service. Great view from our campsite. Ice cream social every night. We highly recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an OK overnight stop. The bathrooms and showers were clean, but dated. Gravel and dirt, trees, picnic tables, and ice cream socials in the evening. We pulled in late (after 8) and asked the next morning if we could check out at noon instead of 11:00, but were told no because they needed to clean and prepare the site for the next arrival. Clean what?? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. Convenient location off I-90. Wifi works great. Rooftop satellite works great. Nice, roomy sites with turkeys roaming all around. The laundry facilities are terrific. The owners are very nice and worked hard to get us into a site where our satellite would work. After paying $35 at Devil's Tower View electric only site last nite, I can't believe we're only paying $38 for this wonderful campground. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good park (and the BEST in Buffalo). Level sites, shade, gravel sites, Wi-Fi, cable. We found this park utilizing Big Rigs Best Bets (book). We have a 45' coach and there was plenty of elbow room We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park-like atmosphere with level gravel parking spots with green grass in between. Nice wide sites. Well maintained. Walking path. They offer Wi-Fi and cable included in the price. We didn't use them so can't say how they worked. Laundry appeared clean and well-maintained but we didn't use it. We've camped here before and will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, helpful owners/operators. Shady sites, quiet park. Deer come in the evening and feed on the grass. Very clean laundry, showers and bathrooms. The shower stalls were the smallest I've ever seen, only complaint. We stayed 3 nights. Well kept up campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a delightful park that is only open from April through September. We visited this park in July for 10 days and then returned for a month in September. Price reflects the monthly fee pro-rated on a daily basis. There are a wide variety of sites – no cookie-cutter locked-stepped layout in this park. There are pull-thru sites, back-in sites and pull-in sites. Sites are immaculate, level, packed dirt surrounded in most cases by grass. Sites are mostly shady, but the owners know which ones are roof-top internet satellite dish friendly and accommodated our needs. Water pressure is good, electricity is stable and utility connections are convenient. No highway noises, no railroad whistles! Clean 24-hour laundry and facilities. Deer and wild turkey are often seen roaming in the open areas. We are full-time RVers and lived here for a month and are planning on returning next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice quiet park with a pool. Owners are nice and workkamper was nice. This is off the interstate about a half mile so no truck noise. Sites were gravel with grass all over the rest. Bath and Showers were clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice campground although rather expensive, even with the Good Sam discount. We were in a pull-through, level, hard-pack site. Lots of large trees. Has a swimming pool and nice walking path. Would definitely stay here again. They have an ice cream social every night which was enjoyable to meet the other RVers. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed overnight, and it was very nice for that purpose. I did use the laundry facility and it was very nice and clean. The owners were extremely nice and they have an ice cream social in the evening for $1. which is a good deal. The only reason I didn't give a perfect score was because the site we were on was actually more weeds than grass and wasn't very conducive for sitting out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best campground in Buffalo, we checked them all out, but a bit on the pricey side. WiFi didn't work at our site and we had the office in sight. Dirt roads and sites which got pretty muddy after the rain. Some sites are more 'out in the open' than others for satellite reception. Pool & hot tub were still open but 'ice cream social' was over for the year. There are some long term residents here but all is neat and clean. We would stay here again - Winchester Steakhouse within walking distance and very good. Drive out the Cloud Peak Byway to Tensleep is beautiful. Fort Phil Kearny close by with battle sites and museum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very neat, clean and shady. The pool is clean. Coffee is $.50 and every night they sell a huge bowl of ice cream for $1.00. Staff is very friendly and helpful and lead rigs to the sites. A flock of wild turkeys roam the campground along with deer and rabbits. A great steak house is within walking distance. The king size pull-thrus are very wide with nice lawns. All sites are shaded but some are quite close together. Tenting area is grassy, shaded and set aside from other sites. Buffalo has all visitor services, a museum and is close to historical sites and beautiful mountain/canyon drives. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean park. WIFI worked well. Cable worked well. Sites were gravel so it was dusty. Some sites have good satellite access. Stayed here 10 days and will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We happened upon this campground after traversing the Bighorn Mountains. With it's wide shady sites and welcoming bunnies it was a sight for sore eyes. Later in the evening we were invited to their nightly ice cream social--bring your bowl, a spoon, and a dollar. In the morning the children were delighted to find a flock of wild turkeys meandering through the camp. This was a pleasant place to stop. The managers were helpful and kind. There are some seasonal residents but for the most part they camp in a separate section. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. Very treed. Some sites could receive sat. TV. Office people/owners were very accommodating. They had an ice cream social the night we were there. Sites were wide and big rig sites available. Good place to spend a few nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little friendly park. Asked at reception for a site that would be sure of WiFi and the lady was very obliging. Good Cable. Pleasant, well kept park with deer grazing nearby. Close to town and not on the main road like the more expensive KOA nearby. Recommend and we would use it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great overnight park on your way west. Cleanest showers I have ever seen. Nice large lots with plenty of space between campers. Gravel road :( but lots of deer, wild turkeys and very friendly rabbits abound. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good overnight stop with all today's RVer's necessities: full hoop-ups, Cable, and WIFI. Enough trees to give some shade. Except for a nice pool, not much to do in park. A quiet park away from the interstates (25 and 90). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This Passport America participating campground is unusual in many ways. Great location far enough away from the interstate to be quiet. Lots of shade and grassy area. Deer everywhere! It seems like another world when you enter. The Office Staff actually searched their computer database to accommodate our request for both a rooftop satellite pullthrough site and in-coach Wi-Fi! And we were a discount visitor! I cannot remember getting special service like that anywhere before. They guided us to our site to make sure we got in OK. Site was level and sufficient for our 41' motorhome plus toad. Office/store had a nice covered porch with picnic tables for people to bring their computers and socialize during ice cream social. Complimentary computer set up inside. Store very nicely stocked with necessities and regional gift items. We very much enjoyed our stay here and would definitely visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only stayed one night. Pricy, but it does have very clear cable TV. Has WiFi. Was told we might not be able to get it at our trailer and could come inside the store, but was able to get it at our trailer. Our site was very level and this park has big rig access. We are 60 foot long with truck and trailer. No problems. There is no road noise. Downfalls. Barking dogs in the morning and low hanging branches. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has some very uneven and unlevel spaces and the computer modem is located outside
on the front porch in a covered area, but an area that is open to the elements. Not good on a cold day. Okay for an overnight stay, but not long
term. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice RV Park. Brochure says 65 full hookup sites. Nice gift shop. Restrooms and laundry are open 24 hours. Fenced dog run. Propane available as is a dump station. We stayed one night and would stop here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park for an overnight or a few days to explore the area. Little Big Horn battlefield about an hour north. Fetterman Battle field and Ft. Sheridan about 20 minutes north. Downtown is quaint, with historic hotel, saloon and restaurant. WIFI worked great, 66 Cable stations. Sites long and level. Staff friendly and helpful with info. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This has been our preferred RV park in the Buffalo area for years. We stayed here two separate nights a few days apart. We had a FHU, pull through site with 60 channel cable TV. The WI-FI was OK at our site. With the exception of 9 newer sites in the back of the park, the sites are well shaded by mature trees and thus not satellite friendly. Interior roads and sites are gravel. There is a small playground and a nice pool. It even has a deep (8') end that is deep enough that you can and are allowed to dive into - a rarity in today's world. Park is right off the interstate, close to numerous restaurants, and an easy 1 mile walk to the center of town. Some folks will be bothered by traffic noise and the dust potential from gravel roads and sites. There may be some seasonal and/or extended stay customers, but no indication of any "permanent" sites. The facilities, amenities, and proximity to town outweigh any negatives for us. We will continue to stay here as long we are able to come back to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this campground for an overnight stop. Check in was quick, owner and staff very pleasant. The sites near the front have large, lovely shade trees. We asked for a satellite dish friendly site, the owner escorted us to the back of the campground. The sites there are in the open. Our site was long enough to keep the tow car connected to the coach. The site was adequate in length, gravel pad with grass between sites. We thought it was a bit pricey, but the location was good, easy on off the interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a most enjoyable place. It seems to be a family owned park and that's fine by me since I get better service from smaller places than larger corporate establishments. Central location with food and gasoline available close by. The office staff was very helpful when asked about the local attractions as well as being able to recommend other parks in nearby cities. They also cautioned about travel on roads under construction. Verizon Wi-Fi and phone worked perfectly. I would seek out this place and would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground that I have used three times in past 12 months as a way point in visiting Montana, Wyoming and Canada. I have always gotten and requested front sites since it accommodates big rigs easily. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Easy to get in and out and it is convenient to the interstate and gas stations that have diesel and restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park. Had good hookups, very shady, big cable list, spotless bath, big gift shop. Pull through sites with a good table. Walk a block to several restaurants. We will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nicely maintained campground with lots of grass and mature trees throughout. No problem maneuvering our 39' fifth wheel into the site. The steakhouse across the street is OK and prices are average for this kind of restaurant ($10 for a burger and $20-$28 for a steak). I knocked a point off the rating as the site was not very level. We had to use a board under the wheels on one side. The $35 rate reflects a Good Sam discount of 10%. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Despite some of the negative remarks about this park in other reviews: we rate this park above a lot of the ones we review. We have been staying in this park every year for many years. We find it well maintained, with a helpful staff and on site owners. The sites are not huge but they are not as bad as some would make you believe. Wi-Fi works well. The laundry and store are far better than most. We will always stay in this campground when in the area. It's a nice place and we like the big trees. With a 42 foot rig, we get in and out with no trouble. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Has restaurants within easy walking distance. Little creek runs through it. Clean restrooms. Wi-Fi worked barely, but was fast when it did. Dog run. Long pull through sites. Lots of shade trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy to find, right off interstate. But that was a problem, too much traffic noise. Also, there was no Internet access. When I complained at office about not being able to get Internet, the lady running the desk said some sites were unable to get it, that's why it was free! Nice pool and people friendly but really needed Internet. Would not stay here again! Nicer KOA down the road. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
For me, strictly an overnight. Easy process to check in. Initially very friendly host, but I had trouble with a site assigned to me, and was very gruffly dealt with by the Manager when I returned to the office. The third time I had a question about the Wi-Fi, since I couldn't connect. (PS: I'm in my 30's and quite tech-savvy.) After getting some BS thrown in my direction, the manager finally copped to the fact that the space I was staying in has very iffy wireless, due to the antenna being on the opposite side of the office. For $40 a night, iffy wireless is not an option! Though they stated they had a dog run, you had to go to the back of the park (W/E only) cross a bridge to get to it. Too far in my opinion. We didn't make it to the run, but you can walk your pooches on the outskirts, very few clean up after their dogs. The one redeeming factor of this park is that it is within walking distance of some very good eats. We ate at the Dash Inn (at the entrance), their BBQ , fried chicken dinner and milkshakes are heavenly. Besides that: cable TV is limited, the store is more knickknacks than RV Supplies, and the price could be shaved down about $10 a night. I know some people swear by this campground, and they can have it. Would not stay again. Rate is GS with a $3 extra person fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is after Good Sam discount. This CG is right off the highway, but with the A/C and unit closed up you don't hear it too much. We were in a pull through site and it was kind of tight because of the trees. The sites are really close with small grass space between sites. We were stepping over the neighbors cable TV and water lines in order to get set up. Our back door steps on our unit came out right over the neighbors sewer line or the clean out for this site; it would be a good way to twist your ankle. Our site was long enough but kind of unlevel, but for our overnight we made it work. Staff was friendly enough. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for 2 nights. At check in owner was very accommodating. Great laundry. Many treed sites as well as many without trees. Only negative is its location right off interstate which resulted in road noise. Very convenient to local attractions. Lots of room to walk dogs. Wi-Fi easily accessed. Very nice place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an RV park. As such, it is very nice for an overnight. With all the trees it would be nice in the summer. We are staying here during a rain storm in October. We've stayed in other parks in the area and this one is nicer for level, etc. I suppose it could be a little crowded at times, but it's an RV Park - not a national park. Right now we virtually have the place to ourselves. Tables at all sites; no fire pits. We have plenty of room for our 60 foot rig with slides. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is well laid out and has easy access for Big Rigs. Easy access and close to freeway but little traffic noise at night. Fairly basic amenities. Cable TV works well and has expanded channels. Sites gravel and level, strong elec and good water pressure. Lots of information available in the office from friendly and helpful staff. Sites sit under a canopy of trees with branches trimmed up high and well away from rigs. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pleasant campground. Easy in and out. Sites were shady, long enough and reasonably level. Bathrooms and showers were OK. Swimming pool was large and clean. Small playground for younger kids. Small creek runs through property. Laundry good. Nice gift shop at registration. Pleasant personnel. Restaurants nearby and there was a pleasant walking path along the creek you could take to reach downtown Buffalo in about 20 minutes. Noise from highway wasn't bad. If you're there on a Thursday night, be sure to take in the bluegrass jam at the Occidental Hotel Bar - what fun! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park has long wide sites, good for larger rigs and tow, easy in and out. Clean laundry area with several units. A bonus in the heat with large shade trees that are well trimmed to protect larger units. Is within walking distance to good dining. Pleasant management. Park in close to freeway noise. Will differently stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At $43 per night (after Good Sam discount) we did not feel like we received good value for this RV Park. Even though there are trees in this campground, the sites are not secluded and very close together. Some of the staff were friendly and the some were not. The facilities are well kept and there is a small playground and swimming pool. The showers and washrooms were some the best kept comfort stations we have enjoyed after RVíng for the past 9 months. There are decent restaurants within easy walking distance of the campground. Our biggest disappointment is that this campground is right along the highway and the sites do not provide any privacy since they are so close together. The price is too high for location and size of sites. We only stayed one night and I guess for a stop over site it serves its purpose. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Of the three campgrounds we have tried in Buffalo, this one is our favorite. A lot of shade with huge mature trees, and not at all crowded. One of the biggest pools we have found at a campground; although they didn't have fire rings at every site, you just need to ask and they will deliver one to you for free (firewood is $5 a bundle, but we brought our own). New, clean and private bath house in addition to the facilities found at the front office. Also, a great location within walking distance to many of Buffalo's best eateries. Highly recommend! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We stayed here for a few days while exploring the Bighorn Mountains and the Basque festival. The park was nice, mostly shaded by huge Cottonwood trees that where shedding a lot of sticky cotton balls . The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well as did all utilities. Most sites were pull through. It's located adjacent to an Interstate that is sometimes noisy. Staff is very helpful and it is within walking distance of several restaurants. Overall we found it to be a decent park and it offers a 10% Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice quiet little park. Beautiful pool, friendly staff. Only complaint is that the old cottonwood trees were shedding terribly. Looked like snow. Even though park is close to interstate, noise was at a minimum. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed in this campground every year since the mid 1970's. It is clean, well maintained and the staff and owners are very friendly. We enjoy spending a few days to explore the Big Horns and surrounding territory. We will be back again and suggest if you are in this area you give it a try. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Actual price was $36.59 which includes Good Sam discount for full hook-ups, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Although right next to the Interstate, the noise didn't seem to bother us. We asked for a site close to the showers and restrooms (nice & clean!) which was nice, but the sewer was way at the end of the site and other utilities toward the center. Other sites in the campground had all utilities together. Site was a bit muddy due to the recent rains. It could have used some gravel. Most other sites in the campground were well groomed. Nice restaurant across the street. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This RV park appears to be on the decline, or maybe it was just because we visited after Labor Day. The sites are narrow with no privacy and we had difficulty leveling our motorhome. At the back of the CG in the tent area there is a stream but other than the tall trees, and a token patch of grass, there was no aesthetic appeal. They did have high-speed internet access and were conveniently located off the interstate. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here twice on this trip: once in late July and once in late August. Both stops were for 2 days and we had FHU, pull-through sites with 60+ channel cable TV and in RV free WiFi. As usual (we've been here numerous times in past years), all facilities worked well. Most sites are not Satellite friendly due to all the shade trees but the owner has been adding sites that are in an open area in the back of the park. I think there may be 6 of these sites now with a couple more in progress. It is probably advisable to call for reservations in season (late June to Labor Day) especially if you want one of the satellite sites. Park is very convenient to places to eat and downtown. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good park right off the highway with easy access to both I-90 and I-25. Has a heated pool, small kids playground and lots of shade trees. Nice level sites with a grassy area next to your gravel pad. The laundry facilities are right in the office area and are very good. They also have a nice gift shop with some really cute stuff. We would stay here again. The rate listed reflects the Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Indian Campground is a wonderful RV park. The pull-through sites are large enough for 5th wheel & truck. Clean and well designed with large shade trees. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was the highway noise, right on an off ramp, but very easy to get in and out, have to give up something I guess. Would highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We did an overnight here and found it very convenient to our other destination. The park has monster trees, lots of grassy areas and is very dog friendly. It lays next to the I-90, I-25 interchange but the traffic is not all that bothersome. Good restaurants next door and across the street. A nice surprise out on the prairie. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park. Has lots of washers and dryers and the gift shop was great. When we got here, the pool heater had gone out, and the water was really cold, but the next day it was fixed and the water was very warm. The owner and workers bent over backwards to help, if you needed a grill, they would supply one for you. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We consider this a great campground and plan to stay here again in the future. Although it is close to I-90, the noise was no problem for us. The restrooms were clean. We would recommend this campground. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Right off interstate but very little traffic noise. Very friendly staff. Large pull thru sites with good Wi-Fi, cable TV and good 50 amp service. Give AAA discount and have very nice laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't let the construction on Hart Street discourage you. Call ahead of time and the owner will hop into his golf cart and meet you out at the highway and show you in. The flags were also tremendously helpful. This is a great little park with terrific owners and workampers, and a little gift shop that will help you do all your Christmas shopping way before Christmas. The showers are clean, although the shower heads in the ladies' bathroom are a little outdated and the spray can be painful on your body. But the hot water is endless, and that's a delight. We've stayed here many times, and will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park staff was excellent, especially when a terrible wet snow hit during the night. Those lovely 200 trees were dropping huge branches all over the park and power outages plagued the entire community for about 24 hrs. RV's were moving to any area that didn't have huge branches looming over them. When daylight arrived, the park staff worked like crazy to clear branches from the roadways and accommodate folks as best they could. Aside from that catastrophe, our review is that the park is well-kept and offers great facilities. Our beef with this park and others like it, is the unfair extra charge for kids, especially in an off season when the pool is closed. We know that our kids don't cost these parks more and the policy of charging extra penalizes families. Another negative for this park is the hunters that were carving up their kills on site, including piling deer carcasses on the very nice picnic tables. We did not enjoy the view of deer carcasses hanging from the trees and wouldn't use those picnic tables: ever! The road construction is awful, but the construction crew moved cones and barrels to assist our entrance to the park. From the looks of it, the construction may still be present next spring. We'd suggest calling the park to ask about the entrance. With all the cones and closed driveways, it was extremely difficult to see the entrance to the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice little campground with lots of shade. Staff was very nice and helpful. Our spot was long and wide enough for our 4 slides. We ate lunch across the street at the Bozeman's Steakhouse, good food with a great atmosphere. Only downside to our visit was the construction on Hart St. which made it extremely difficult to get in or out of the park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent place to stay, just off the junction of I-90 and I-25. Large, level pull-through sites are shaded by mature trees. Freeway noise was not excessive. Proximity to the town (walking distance) and to the Bighorn Mountains was nice. Propane is available for purchase. The laundry was very large, with eight washers and eight dryers. We didn't use the pool, but it was a decent size and looked clean. AT&T cell service was good. AT&T air card did not work at all, of course, but that's not the park's fault. Wi-Fi connection was excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park - Staff welcomed us and made us feel right at home with a friendly family park atmosphere. They were having a ice cream social for Tricycle club and invited us to come join. We felt right at home on our first time stay and returned to stay two nights on our way back south. Park is clean, easy access, little or no highway noise though next to I-25. Sites are spaced nicely with grass, beautiful tall trees, lots of gravel, little or no dusty and other campers are friendly - Put this park on your list as an excellent place to stop and rest or spend some time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Shore Services: 50amp, Sewer good, Water @ 40 psi - WiFi: Good - AT&T Cell Phone: good signal - Sprint Air Card: Poor - Verizon Air Card: Good - Cable: good - Site Size: long enough for 5th wheel and truck - Site Closeness: far enough to put out awning. Some fairly close. - Roads: Gravel - Restrooms & Shower: clean - Laundry: 7 washers and dryers - Long term tenants: Some to rear but only for a few months - Directv Satellite: good at my site. The trees may block some access - Discounts: Good Sams - Payment: Credit Card - Additional Remarks: This is a nice park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Convenient location right off the freeway, but had lots of trees so a nice feeling of privacy. Nice pull thru spots. Campground was very well maintained. Bathrooms were some of the cleanest I've seen. Nice laundry room right in the office area. Small playground for kids and pool. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There is easy access west off I-25 Exit 299. The interior roads and sites are gravel. Sites closest to entry road don't have as many trees. Sites in rows by the office and north of it have more trees. An area even further north has few trees, but not hookups. We stayed in Site 10 near the entry. Most sites were pull-through's of great length. We were able to get satellite TV and great WiFi from the park. There is some road noise from interstate and exit road. The owners acquired property about 4 years ago. They have made improvements to the park. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers along with the pool, office, and well equipped camp store and gift shop were all immaculate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to the Interstate so there is road noise. Set back off the highway behind other businesses so need to look for the campground sign and entrance road; there is adequate turning room to get in. Well maintained grounds. Gravel roads are dusty. Gravel sites were level, with grass and a table. Large Cottonwood trees are welcome in the heat. Cable TV with lots of channels but picture was a bit fuzzy. Verizon air card worked well. Nice pool. For larger rigs they only rent full hook-up pull through sites as the W/E sites are too small. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with lots of trees. Extremely clean bathrooms and showers, cutely decorated even! Very nice staff. We needed a few boards to level on our site, but we were at the end of a row. Right off the highway and in town and a short walk to McDonalds. Couldn't resist the gift shop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very helpful & friendly staff. Campsites are large and mostly shaded. Park is clean and very well maintained. Free Wi-Fi & cable. Nice clean washrooms & free showers. Good laundry facilities. A little close to the freeway, some noise. We stayed for 2 days & would stay there again. Good Sam rate $34. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is right next to US 25 with truck noise all day and into the night. This off ramp is for the 16 that leads to Yellowstone. Nice sites, fairly level, full hookups, grass between sites, lots of room for slides and awning. Nice laundry facility inside the park's office and it was very clean. While at the park the Cottonwoods were in seed and it was like being in a blizzard, got into everything. Verizon’s cell and Aircard signals came in strong. Had to use our portable dish to pick up sat. signal as we were in lots of trees and we didn’t want to use their cable tv. Power, water and sewer were very good, we didn't have any problems. While we were here we enjoyed exploring the down stairs of the Occidental Hotel with all of the pictures of the early days. Hotel was restored in 2008 and the saloon looks about the same as it did in the late 1800's. This is a very nice clean park that is unfortunately next 2 very busy highways. OK overnighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, clean CG with friendly staff. Great gift shop and laundry facilities. Sites level gravel. Not a great area of town but we felt safe in the fenced in area. Ate at a wonderful steakhouse just a mile down the road. The Winchester Steak House. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has long pull-through sites. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The campground is within walking distance of restaurants, if you do not want to unhook. Easy on and off the expressway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place for a day or two. Good shade. Good wifi. Water and electricity are good. The only downer is that with the shade comes no satellite TV. That's the only thing that kept it from being a 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here each of the last trhee years and this time in late July and late August. Very good facilities (FHU, 60+ cable, WIFI, and good sized pool) and its' proximity to town (20 minute walk to center of town) make this our preference over the KOA and Deer Park. The large cottonwood trees give some shade during the day and yes, for a short period it May/June they do "snow" as a previous reviewer noted. Just another case of an RVer who downgrades a park because they cannot handle Mother Nature if it gets them or their rig dirty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK stop on the way to Cody. Some noise from the highway. Shady sites with adequate room for slide-outs. Good water, sewer and electric. Nice gift shop on site. Clean laundry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
On one of their freeway billboards they advertise " over 200 shade trees ". They are not kidding. All of them big towering cottonwoods. Satellite is out here. The Wifi comes and goes. The trees are the big issue as they shed not a few little cottonwood seeds, instead they shed huge balls of cotton. Now take these same trees that are shedding cotton and add in the amazing amount of dripping sap and you have what you call a big mess. All the cottonwood and leaves on the ground stick to your shoes from the sap which gets tracked into the RV. You have to scrape the stuff from the bottoms of your shoes. Our toad and MH was covered with sap requiring a complete cleaning. The roads are also dusty which sticks to the sap on your RV and Toad. The CG is decent, but we wont be back again. This place is going to cost me a day or two of work scrubbing all the sap from the vehicles as well as cleaning out the air conditioning coils and RV screens. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of very big cottonwood trees means lots of cotton flying around. Some sites are very close to a downhill freeway exit with trucks using air brakes, which makes it a bit noisy at times. The sites were large and easy to maneuver in and out with a lot of space between sites. Nice bathrooms and lobby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the best campgrounds we stayed at so far. It was neat as a pin, friendly and helpful. It had the best Wi-Fi we've found. All sites were clean. There were very few residents. Those that are residents are in the back, and their sites are all neat. We would stay here again without hesitation. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent park! A little more than I like to spend - this was the GS rate! However, the showers were awesome; heated! It was cold, windy and raining but gravel sites were not soggy. Restaurants close by. Camp store has tourist items; great sale (got some T-shirts!). Owner and wife were wonderful. Nice laundry. Lots to do in area. Would recommend this park, and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay. Easy sites to set-up & good Wi-Fi. A negative would be it is close to the interestate so you have that noise. The front office was great and helpful. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice campground; on arrival we were greeted by the friendly and helpful owner & helped with refilling our propane tank. Sites are level gravel with large trees and convenient hookups. Free cable and good free WiFi. Next to the interstate but not too much noise. Close enough to walk to restaurants in a beautiful setting. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park--we stay every year for a night or two--lots of shade, nice pool and family friendly. New owners are not as outgoing as the previous two but they still treat you right. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here twice last year, and it is still our preference of the the 3 main parks in the area. The facilities (FHU, pool, cable, and WIFI) are at least as good as Deer Park and the KOA. Here you can walk to some nearby shops and restaurants, and even to the historic downtown if you can handle a 3 mile round-trip. Numerous trees might cause some satellite problems and I-25 is close enough that some may complain about traffic noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As said before, very nice owners. Our only complaint about this campground was the huge rut on our site that made leveling difficult as it couldn't be avoided. This is a popular stop-over for travelers west and therefore very busy. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground is conveniently located near both I-90 and I-25. There is some highway noise, but we were located at in a site furthest from the highway so it was not that annoying. All sites are pull-through and are well-shaded with mature cottonwood trees. Showers and bathroom facilities are located in the office which was a short walk from our camp site but is a ways from the outermost sites. They offer free wireless internet, although I had a problem with signal strength initially. There are a number of other Wi-Fi hot spots that I picked up, including a signal from the nearby Best Western. The shower/bathrooms are open 24 hours and are well lit. The pool is large enough to swim laps in and is 8' deep in the deep end. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Our daughter enjoyed the cable tv hook-up. Very quiet campground, aside from the sounds of traffic. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice place with level sites, full hookups, cable, lots of shade and super Wi-Fi service. We were en route to Yellowstone and Buffalo was a convenient stopover. We called from Gillette and they held the last spot for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a pinch during a snow. After-hour check-in, but the very friendly owner (lives on-site) came over to welcome us. Pool not open but I did check out the showers and bathrooms ...very clean. Large shaded (in season!!) sites w/picnic table, camp had been plowed nicely so we could maneuver our 40' rig. (the 'other Kamp' across the street WAS NOT plowed well and we nearly failed to maneuver out of it in the darkness.) Easy in/out; we didn't use the hook-ups (water would've frozen and too tired for cable). We'll be back to enjoy a SUMMER visit here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much to add to other reviews except my basic agreement. Lots of trees for shade. Good cable, WiFi, and proximity to town make it worth more than one night. We stayed four and again on our way back east later in our trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall a nice campground. WiFi worked quite well. Sites were shady and large. Staff helpful. Only negative is the short very dust dirt road entering the park. Would stay again if in the area We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here in the past and had good owners but the park is under new ownership as of April 2006. Fortunately the new owners are as great as the previous ones. There's lots of shade trees so getting a satellite dome to work is going to be tricky. Other than that, this is a great park with free wi-fi. Lots of room to maneuver and nice spacious sites. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older, wooded and very well kept campground, with exceptionally friendly owners. The restrooms were older but sparkling clean. A nice camp store with a good selection of both necessities and gifts native to the area. Sites were roomy with gravel pads, plenty of room to maneuver, and pull thru's. Nice 24 hour laundry with phone and lounge. Camped in 37' MH with toad in 2005. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful campground. The owner met us at our rig as soon as we pulled in. He directed us to a site and then I went in to pay. His wife was very helpful and friendly. Nice laundry facilites which are open 24 hrs. Very nice shop. The nicest park we have ever stayed at. Loved the free WIFI and will definitely stay at this park again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice older RV park with plenty of shade and generously sized sites. Spent some time in a site near the entrance and in front of the office. Found it quite noisy. A few days later stayed at an interior site and found it very quiet and comfortable. Owners very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived at the park pretty close to office closing time, very tired due to a very long and hard day going over mountains. The owner was there waiting as I climbed out of our motorhome, and was most sympathetic. We had a power outage problem in our coach the next morning and he was quite helpful. The laundry and shower areas are spotless. The WIFI didn't work that night, but it did work the next morning. The gift shop is very nice, and carries RV supplies as well as regional souveniers. Although we had only the time to eat dinner, do laundry and sleep, we did like the park and the owners. It was clean and quiet, and easy to find, in spite of some road construction near the exit we took to get to the park. Seeing as it was our third night ever in a motorhome, and the coach itself fought us all the way, we enjoyed our stay. On our way out of town, we did a little drive through the town, it is very clean and quaint. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pleasant and shady. Showers and bathrooms were very clean. Trees in campground dripped fine sap. Otherwise very acceptable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This was a lovely campground. The people who run the place were very friendly and live on
site. The pool was wonderful for my children and the laundry facilities were nice and clean. Very pretty campground with lots of trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
A new family recently purchased this campground, and continue to offer the tradition of a delightful camping experience: good value and a well-tended park, to which they add their own friendly hospitality. This is a wonderful park with shade and a pool, level, gravel sites, incredibly sparkling restrooms and laundry faciities, a well-stocked store including food and quality souvenir and gift items. Buffalo itself is a classic small town with friendly folks and a fantastic diner and other good restaurants and two good groceries. It has the outstanding Jim Gatchell western museum, other fascinating historical sites nearby and is only 35 miles from thriving Sheridan. The campground is a welcome rest stop either going to or coming from Yellowstone and Montana. If you like nice owner/managers, and want a laid-back, comfortable camping experience, don't miss it, it's a real treat! If you have a complaint, you're not a true RVer! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
A nice campground that was very close to perfect. The owners were very friendly. The
campground was mostly wooded and was well kept. We did not use the restrooms, but they were sparkling clean (owners gave us the quick tour). The camp
store had a nice selection of necessities and gifts native to the area. Would definitely recommend this campground to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stopped here for one night on the way to Yellowstone. It is a county park. There are 6 or 8 back in sites that are not on the water. We just parked on a spot that was pretty level about 20 ft from the water. Beautiful view and nice and peaceful. Dry camping only. Located about 5 miles north of Buffalo and easy to get too. We parked here with a 35ft FW and did not even unhook. Loved it and highly recommend it for a one night stop over. Would stop here again. Not sure how many sites, just guessed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
True Wyoming experience, the lake is the 'swimming pool'. Fish, boat, dive or just watch from your site. Established sites have fire pits and tables, or you may park anywhere for $6 a night, including the South end of lake. Pit toilets, no showers but very rarely crowded. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a little difficult to find and almost impossible to contact, but if you want full hook-ups, it's pretty good. Once you find the place, you then need to locate the office which is in the store-restaurant-bar. It is the least expensive spot in the Buffalo area with full hook-ups, it's clean and pretty new. It appears that with a bit more effort, this could be very nice. The sites are a little strange as the electric, water and sewer are not very close. The power is good and the water has good pressure. A large motorhome would need several lengths of sewer hose, maybe 40' of electric cord, and of water hose to hook up. You can see the lake and you can hear some road noise, but no train. It is not in Buffalo- about 7 miles into town. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Don't advise stopping here on a pass thru the area. Appears fairly new but lots (all back in) are poorly laid out with no room for tow vehicle. Our stop was just before Memorial Day weekend and perimeter of pool and play areas were lined with pickups towing boats - no room to maneuver backing in or getting out. Park is geared to sport fishermen with bar onsite. Bath facilities so-so. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet little U.S. Forest Service campground. Heavily wooded, no hookups with very, very large sites. Our sideways pull-through was so big you could have parked two of us in it. Even the back-ins were very long and looked easy to get into. A nice break for us from commercial campgrounds, although it would be hard for us to stay long without internet. Absolutely no possibility of satellite reception with all the tall trees, and no Verizon cell service either. An inexpensive overnight, although the reservation fee ($9 reflected in price shown) was more than the nightly camping fee ($6) with our Golden Age Pass. We were surprised the campground was half empty on a Saturday night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was the first open campground between Ten Sleep and Buffalo. It is a typical National Forest campground. A big loop with 20 sites. Most back-in but some pull-through. The restrooms were pit toilets, but surprisingly clean and well maintained. There was water available through a hand pump. We did notice a dump station 10 miles up the road. The campground was great for the night we stayed, but we noticed a number of people with two week reservations set up with big rigs and travel trailers. There were also plentiful wildlife and splendid views. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.