September 28, 2021 - reviewed by Boneset Ranch
Not At All Convenient
Tried to stay overnight. No one there at 5:20. Sign said, "all RV spots reserved, take what is available." No map to be found to know what was considered an RV spot and what wasn't
Didn't want to take the chance of being moved. Left to a nearby more accommodating campground.
June 26, 2020 - reviewed by Big Jim
Ok for a Last Resort
Dirty, tiny, cramped, unlevel, and overpriced.
I'd stayed before on the motorcycle and thought it was good, so I tried with the travel trailer. The site was just lousy. National Forest CGs are more level. Site was littered with food garbage. Frequent wafts of sewer odor.
The kids liked the pool, playground, and pancakes. So nice extras, but lousy for the campground foundation.
August 31, 2019 - reviewed by Ginny & Stan Massey
Nice place to stay. Lots were level and nicely kept. Each spot has outdoor furniture. Quiet and peaceful. Convenient to Yellowstone and lots to see and do in Cody. Will definitely stay here again.
June 29, 2019 - reviewed by Tony
My wife and I stayed here while vacationing in Yellowstone. The staff was super friendly and the place was clean. The price was right on par with most other KOAs we have stayed at. I gave it a 4 star rating because the sites are narrow and not very deep. Our 5th wheel has super slides on it and due to this we were hanging into our "yard" and the neighbors. We also had to leave the truck parked sideways and still partially in the driving lane. The campground is also pretty noisy in the morning so dont plan on sleeping late. Other than those two small issues a great place. I cant comment on bathrooms and showers as we didn't use them.
May 19, 2019 - reviewed by North To Alaska
We arrived here in May and did not get a premium site. It was not a problem. We were the only one on our row for 2 days. They were truly accommodating when we asked if we could stay another night (due to weather in the direction we were headed) and asked for a late departure due to a church we wanted to attend didn't start until 10:30. The last night there they filled up. Due to it being so cold no one was outside so the closeness of the campers was not a problem. We would stay again.
May 17, 2019 - reviewed by Kathy Moore
We stayed in Cody for a week. This was the perfect spot to relax after a day of sightseeing. The staff was great. WiFi and cable were perfect. Entire park is so nice. Good place for kids of all ages. My only complaint was the pancake breakfast didn’t start while we were there but we really didn’t come for the pancakes. Just 50 miles from Yellowstone but the trip to the park is as scenic as the park. We will definitely be back.
September 10, 2018 - reviewed by Deb
We got a premium pad shaded site. Just gravel, trex pad and huge shade trees. Definitely a difference between premium sites and regular sites as they do not have any shade and are very close together. We are close to the road, but still quiet at night. Level site really and plenty long for our 38ft with a toad. Dog park is gravel as well and small. We would have liked some grass instead of the trex patio but she said she had nothing else available. This site faces our neighbor, would have been great if we were traveling with friends. Cable and broadcast is decent, we prefer broadcast over the air to use TiVo. Wifi worked fine for us but we are also close to the office.
September 2, 2018 - reviewed by Andersons
Great family camping
Spent 2 1/2 months of summer at this KOA as the start to our year-long adventure as a full time RV family. This is the best spot in Cody for families. Manager and whole staff are kind and generous. We ALWAYS felt safe and welcomed. Kids (ours are ages 2-7) loved all the amenities- jump pillow, pools, playground,and rental bikes). Only used bathrooms occasionally but they are all exceptionally clean. Free pancakes daily! Pool was always just right temp and well maintained. Only downside...AT&T data doesn’t reach well here and camp WiFi isn’t very strong (probably ok for emails and maybe some social media checks). If you need actual internet connection for work and such just plan to head into one of the town coffee shops (Rawhide) or the Park County Library. We will be back for sure.
January 2, 2018 - reviewed by John
WiFi doesn't work and no AC
We rented a cabin and needed Internet access. There was no AC all there was was a heater that you could turn on. The Internet did not work I was not able to accomplish anything and the signal out there for your cellphones is very minimal so you can't even use a hotspot from that.
July 7, 2017 - reviewed by Andi
Free pancake breakfast, great gift shop, trail horses on site, trampoline park, pool, cute cabins, very nice people. Nice if sites with great patio furniture and concrete slabs. Really enjoyed our stay!
June 29, 2016 - reviewed by Basqgal
Premium spots for 75.00 are far from what was described. No grass. No shade. No privacy. Not what was described on their website. Spot was less than 100 feet from Greybull Hwy. Quiet at night but morning traffic was awful. Understandable if this was a standard site but NOT premium!! Cabins in back were better located.
February 2, 2016 - reviewed by Great Campground
Have stayed there several times.
Jesn has always been verry nice and helpful to us, even took us to the airport one time for us to rent a car to travel beartooth pass
Great place and people.
August 9, 2015 - reviewed by Happy Camper
Great KOA as usual. Loved it!