This park has new owners who have widened the sites to 40 feet, put in concrete patios, with tables and fire ring, and carefully manicured gravel roads. There is landscaping and some mature trees. This area is arid, so grass is scarce. They are in the process of creating more amenities. They allow no tents. We enjoyed our stay and can recommend it heartily. The area is rich in activities and the views of the sunsets magnificent.
This is a lovely, quiet park about a mile off the interstate. Pull through site was level, with a covered patio table at each site. The owners support local charities with an ice cream social each night which is lovely. Wi-Fi was good. We did not use laundry, showers, or rest rooms, so cannot comment on those. This is an excellent location for visiting the Little Bighorn Battleground.
We camped here in one of the premium sites. These sites have concrete patios, tiled tables with large umbrellas, patio chairs with cushions, a private stainless grill, and wooden benches around the fire ring. Each site is landscaped with flowers, shrubs, and lush grass. We enjoyed our stay enormously. Campground is off the road, very quiet, and incredibly well run. Activities for children are numerous, with a cafe on site and ice cream at night. Wildlife lectures also at night. Other sites with less amenities were spotless, and most sites had plenty of room. This RV park has something for everyone.