August 30, 2021 - reviewed by R&J
Stayed 3 nights. Super clean, well kept park. Large pull through site. Very quiet at night. Plenty of privacy with sites having lots of space between your neighbors.
July 30, 2021 - reviewed by LRB3
We had a rendezvous with friends from WI here and spent 5 nights in late July. The north unit (NF)was the only spot we could get. That has no hookups and a pretty stinky pit toilet, also the mosquitoes were nasty. But that said it is a clean CG with a little shade. A mere 30 miles from Yellowstone and not far from Cody. Also beware of wind. It can be tough on easy ups and awnings. Generators fire up early so unless you’re a heavy sleeper be ready to rise and get the worm. Staff was friendly and the CG host very helpful. I think my 4 stars is a bit generous
June 6, 2020 - reviewed by Michael
The electric hook ups have 30 and 50 amp, no water. Although there is hydrants around the park you can hook up to and fill before you park. Free fire wood, but leave a donation, dont be that guy.
Super clean, camp host does an amazing job keeping things clean and enjoyable.
We live local, but this is our favorite camp site
August 28, 2019 - reviewed by Dominique
This is a quiet campground with lots of green space. Pull through sites are easy access. The bathrooms were clean - bring quarters as the change machine doesn’t always work. Firewood is available at the campground host. We arrived without a reservation mid afternoon and got a site with electricity. Potable water is available. Close to Yellowstone and Cody.
July 14, 2019 - reviewed by Amy McKoon
Good Stop Along The Road
We came out the East entrance of Yellowstone and came across this state park. It is a good price for what you get. The campgrounds are pull throughs and the majority have electric. No water though. During the summer months, you need reservations for most of the spots, but we came in mid July and were able to still pull in a spot. There is a small playground for kids and lots of room for pets.
June 30, 2018 - reviewed by Kim
This camp has reserved and first come - first served sites. The reserved sites have water and electric. Some of the other sites have electric available. This is a pretty park with spacious, pull through spots. It is clean, the bathrooms with pay showers are clean, and law enforcement personnel drive through regularly. For $15-$23/night and only an hour's drive from the Yellowstone east entrance, it was a great spot. There was a lot of wind during the middle of the day that typically died down in the evening. I saw two campers lose awnings, so don't leave them out during your stay.
June 25, 2017 - reviewed by DocVic
Very well maintained State Park. Lots of space, mostly pullthroughs. Great mountain views!
North Shore and North Fork are two different areas 2 miles apart. Mostly reserved spots, call ahead. On the river, bring bug spray!