June 17, 2019 - reviewed by Nate
Stayed in RV site but non hookup site looked great too! Great hiking and lots of wildlife. We’ll be back.
February 4, 2018 - reviewed by Alan Sullivan
Scenic Area With Many Attractions
We stayed in the RV area for 4 nights in late September. The site was Ok but the area was fabulous.
Went to the Hot Springs and hiked ever day.
Don’t miss the salmon run, there’s a deck out over the river for viewing. We went down the bank for closer view, could see the salmon pooling waiting for their turn up the rapids. Two years on the road seeing the most amazing sites but this was my favorite
August 17, 2017 - reviewed by Hubblepeg
Stay in Aug 2017, in the B loop. Most sites were spacious, not flat and shady. Each site had a tent area, no pad, fire ring, table. Bathrooms were clean with only cold water, no showers, nearest showers at the Hot Springs Resort for $10 in the evening.(included pools) Wish they'd unlock the odors for the dishwater disposal sinks so people don't do their dishes by the water fountains. Not good for bear country. Loops A & B had very few sites for campers, we had a pop-up so it worked well. Not very big parking pads. Surrounded by huge old growth forest with moss, cool National Park setting.
FYI- the Hot Springs Campground has electric sites but there's no bathhouses nearby, must drive to the resort or other Loops.
October 6, 2015 - reviewed by Eric
Ok For Smaller Rvs 21ft
$20. No rv hookups. Dry camp only. Sewer dump fee is $10. Very good spot for quiet camping. DONT confuse this with the hot springs rv resort ($48/night) which is right before this site.