June 16, 2023 - reviewed by Concerned Camper
We stayed two nights, one day it rained a lot and all night. Considering this is a gravel place it drained well.
Showers were good, clean. The dog runs are pathetic, but there’s places to walk your dog.
There is no cable tv, apparently they used to have it but no longer. I pulled in plenty of stations with the digital antenna.
July 18, 2022 - reviewed by Craig
Not What We Expected 😭🤢
We always review every campground before we make reservations, the reviews on this place were pretty good. This place is very rundown and just plan ugly.
The staff is very friendly.
We were put in the long term area, very disappointing.
I’d pass if I had a another chance
September 29, 2021 - reviewed by Boneset Ranch
As others have said, this is a great overnight stop. Great access to the river, which if you're an angler, may make this a longer destination.
July 30, 2020 - reviewed by Concho Bob
Basic RV Community
Nice for a few days for full hookups. Older park but well managed. Lots of long-term residents on the outside perimeter but not a problem. Mixture of pull-thrus and back-ins. We stayed in our 22' travel trailer in a super roomy site. Could use some improvements of some infrastructure but had good water, fair wi-fi and all in all a very comfortable park. Cable TV was a nice luxury after 2 weeks boondocking. Very nice office staff, immediately made us feel welcomed and glad we were there. They strictly enforce the rules like 5 mph speed limit and pets on leashes. Would definitely use it as a refresher while we wander around Wyoming. As full-time RVers and experienced RV park managers, we appreciate a well-run park. Don't be so picky for under $40 per nite with lots of amenities.
May 28, 2019 - reviewed by RBurgett
Good For One Night
Sites are very tight, gravel and many are semi permanent. It's ok for a one night as you travel, if you need full hookups, but no more.
June 2, 2018 - reviewed by minidb
Decent But Tight
Arrived mid afternoon without reservations and stayed for 2 nights Had a pull through site which was long enough that we didn't have to drop the toad. Sites are tight, 10 feet between us and the neighbors. No picnic tables, gravel sites. 50 amp service, water & sewer.
Short walk to the park entrance and access to city paths.
Wifi was non existent except at the laundry and even then only during the day when the park was quiet.
Lots of permanent residents.
We stayed in a 36 ft motorhome with a toad
March 28, 2018 - reviewed by Kizer
Reasonable priced ... just stayed one night. Nice clean bathrooms and laundry room
July 17, 2017 - reviewed by Casey
Not much to look at , just gravel . did have a dog run. It work for the night.
June 14, 2017 - reviewed by Webster
Campsites are gravel, side by side and back to back -so there is no private outside space. We didn't even have a picnic table. Electricity, water and sewer connections are there, but you may have to negotiate with your neighbor for access to the easiest one to use.
October 20, 2016 - reviewed by Jim
Stayed one night while traveling through to Tetons. Nice level site with friendly staff. Onle complaint was that it was a little hard to find.
September 13, 2016 - reviewed by Harold
Passing thru. Friendly. Would stay again.
August 1, 2015 - reviewed by Sherco1
Large Pull-Through Sites
Friendly, courteous staff. Stayed 1 night in 42' motorhome. Reasonably priced . Would stay again, if passing through. 50 amp.