WAY OVER PRICED uneven dust bowl property. Thank God KOA is forcing the cheapskate owner to upgrade by Oct 2022. Don't be fooled, owns the one 1.5 Mike's down the road as well.
Entertainment was watching the grounds keeper mowing dust, weeds and stones.
Spots were unlevel, sewer conveniently raised uphill so as the ground hogs won't go into them, seriously, that was the reasoning. The Super 8 adjoining the property may give a glimpse as to the target audience. (Also owned by said property).
If you want to bake in the sun, hand lift the sewer hose, get dusted and pay top resort fees, this is your place. Would never stay anywhere near either KOA, plenty of other places closer to West Yellowstone.
September 3, 2019 - reviewed by Pam
Not Worth The Money
We stayed 2 nights in a drive thru for about 90 a night. Site had very little gravel. We had to figure out the best way to get I to the site ourselves. It was very convenient to Yellowstone west entrance.
I would stay elsewhere for less money!
June 22, 2019 - reviewed by Sandy
Stayed 2 Nights
We are nearly 12’ tall. We were assigned a drive through site but would not fit under or between the branches. We circled around and backed in. Wish the pine branches had been cut up higher. We had water and electric. Great bathroom and shower combo building. Very friendly staff and pizza offering was a nice option. The location works well for spending the day in Yellowstone NP.
June 14, 2019 - reviewed by Meaghan M
If you have a bigger rig stay away. Sites are uneven. Sewer is uphill from sites. Water requires a 50’ hose in order to find a level area. Pretty river towards the back of the property but there isn’t fishing. Mosquitos are crazy! They are redoing parts and I can only hope it includes the longer pull thru areas because they are absolutely awful. At $90 a night it is such a rip off. Try Grizzly RV or the KOA a mile closer to the park. Really disappointing.
July 6, 2018 - reviewed by AwesomeRN
This was a great place to stay while visiting Yellowstone. Not a bad drive in and out of the park.
Nice onsite store and pizza restaurant. (Kind of expensive but descent variety)
Nice ponds to walk around if you have pets
Mosquitoes can get bad certain times of the day
We stayed 3 days and we did not have them all 3 days
Showers and bathrooms were unisex but were clean
June 6, 2018 - reviewed by Audrey
We stayed here one night in early June claiming a tent site near the creek and casting ponds. Drawn here by the advertised “fishing” offered by this park rather than the pool of the neighboring park. The park is clean and well maintained and the staff friendly and accommodating, allowing us to claim a different site than we were initially given. The bathroom and shower rooms are beautiful. Must be new within past year. Unisex shower rooms suitable for a parent with a couple of kids to use. Heated tile floor. Very nice. Fishing exists only in creek but is so overgrown that it is hard to find good access. Big ponds were just for practice casting. BEWARE OF MOSQUITOS however. Up until the sun went behind the mountain we faced nothing short of a mosquito-pocalypse. Be prepared. Can’t speak for the cabins but they also look newer and very nice. I would highly recommend. Just be prepared for mosquitos til sundown. 4.8 stars
May 29, 2018 - reviewed by KS23
Stayed Here Two Weeks
Recommended. We stayed here two weeks and loved it. Had not been a KOA very long. But they were working at improvements. It was perfect for us. Drive into West Yellowstone was about five minutes.