July 23, 2019 - reviewed by Carrie K
Only $6, so quiet, an amazing sunset, a very well groomed trail... we loved it! It was a great place to unwind after a long day of travel. Very clean and well maintained. Medora is just an exit away and is a great little town. We will definitely be back.
July 9, 2019 - reviewed by Poodlemom
Wish we Had Stayed
We pulled in to this park by accident. We had reservations up the road at Buffalo Ranch. The sites are paved and private. We were in the area during the week and the park was almost empty. We will definitely stay here our next time through. I am giving it 4 stars because like someone else said, it is deluxe primitive. There were a few big rigs in the park, so it is doable for wveryone.
June 3, 2019 - reviewed by Pirate Van
Very Friendly, Great Stopover!
Hosts were wonderful, unfortunately the flush toilets and showers were out of order while I was there, but I'm sure that's just a temporary issue. They did still have pit toilets to use. As everyone else has said, can't beat it for $6 a night!
October 21, 2018 - reviewed by Pastime
Best Facilities For $3 A Night
I will definitely stay here again when traveling across the country. Very peaceful.
September 6, 2017 - reviewed by DiconJco
Okay. Yes you can hear traffic, but it is certainly not a nuisance. For $6/nite with flush toilet, an awesome shower and water, a little noise isn't bad. Besides, the traffic dwindles to near nothing as the evening wears on. 37 sites and only 6 occupied. Close access to the park, guest ranch and Medora. If you have an interagency pass, it is only $3/nite. What a deal!!
July 5, 2017 - reviewed by Liz Ingram
This is a great option for primative camping. Water spigots between every other site, but no hook up. Flush toilets and showers make this a deluxe primative! Most sites have shade in either am or pm, take your pick. Friendly and helpful camp hosts. With an Interagency Senior Pass, we paid $3 a night. Can't beat that! Two track trails and hiking trails easily accessible. This is a hidden gem.
June 28, 2017 - reviewed by Cory
Nice Quiet Place
It is a simple camp area with flush toilets and a shower. Camp host were very nice.
All parking was on asphalt pads. There was large and small pads, some trees and privacy on many sites, some were wide open.
It's about 1/2 mile from 94 and 1/2 mile from a bar and restaurant.
Well worth the $6.