Great park with wonderful views. Hard to take a picture without a bison in it. Many educational programs scheduled, and hiking trails to explore.
June 14, 2018 - reviewed by Gypsy wanderer
Bison Are Everywhere
We really enjoyed this park, it was hot but the bison came through the campground in the afternoon, we saw a bison on the hiking trail and bison st the front. We were there in our 27 foot airstream for two nights.
January 29, 2018 - reviewed by Danmar
Beautiful park. Lots of trails. Trails a little rough for bicycling ( bring patch kit).
Free range for Bison so you might run into some on the trails, and in your campsite.
Stopped in Quitaque to go to the local museum. Worth an hour visit. Particularly since Park office is closed between noon and 1 pm for lunch.
April 18, 2017 - reviewed by D Troxell
We came out in oct very beautiful park. I hiked to the upper parts and to the fern cave. The bison are amazing and not dangerous like the one at Yellowstone. The campsites are large and some are hidden by the cedar trees. Only bad thing we're the flys during the day but they go away at night. We are going back in April.
February 5, 2017 - reviewed by Dusty Road
Very nice clean camp ground. Numerous hiking trails. Bike trail to a train tunnel which houses bats in to summer. I was here the first week of Feb. and temperatures was in 60-70s. Lots of wild life including bison. Would stay here again.