Such a wonderful place. All sites have wonderful views all around. Plenty of room between sites. Very quiet. The creek is right next to half of the sites. Great water is available from hand pumps, but not pressurized, so bring a siphon or pump if you need to load a tank. Weekends can get busy, so make reservations. Firewood was available for $5. All sites have strong picnic tables. Very clean, including the vaulted toilets. Feeling is between the isolated sites throughout the Bighorns and a full service RV park.
March 4, 2017 - reviewed by Mike
We stayed at the camp site in 2009. The most memorable. Very scenic with the river/Creek running along side the park. It is a little more civilized than some other sites in the Bighorns. I would go back to this one. Sites were spacious with some tree cover. Didn't feel crowded by other campers.