May 7, 2022 - reviewed by Bill
Odd site Layout.
Huge park is part of fair grounds. Odd site layout. Maybe it makes sense if you brought your horse with you. I’d stay again for an overnighted.
October 4, 2020 - reviewed by Mrs Bowman
Great Overnight Stop
Great overnight stop. We checked in with the friendly camp host who said we could choose any site we wanted. Sites have full hookups and everything was in working order. The fairgrounds are very well maintained and we felt perfectly safe. We parked our motor home with a view of the mountains through the windshield, and had a quiet restful night. We would stay here again.
September 18, 2020 - reviewed by Reggie Sr
Stop past on the way to Yellowstone. We called all the local camp grounds and they where all full. Sweet water fairgrounds is Basically a large parking lot with full hook ups . You pull in and go to the care takers home and she registers you in. They have 1000 spots on kidding! Night we stayed maybe 10 other campers . $30.00 a night. We are staying next to the shower room. It’s better than staying in a rest area or a Walmart with out hook ups. You will likely need a longer sewer line because the hook ups are on the back of the lots behind a split rail fence .
June 28, 2019 - reviewed by Bobaz
Okay For An Overnight Stop
Depending on your site you may need several leveling blocks. Was okay side to side but front to back required multiple blocks. Some sites have soft gravel spots that hindered leveling too. Sites are gravel with all hookups at the rear of the site so you may need long hoses and power cable depending on where your rig connections are. Initially came for a vendor rally but stopped back by on the way home. There are restroom and shower facilities that appeared to be clean. Nothing to do near the fairgrounds unless there is an event going on. Verizon signal was adequate. OT a TV netted 4 stations with good reception. No dog run but they do supply clean up bags.
September 6, 2018 - reviewed by John & DJ
Not A $30 Spot
I know the Earth is round, and this campground proves it. Good luck finding a level spot. We have a full wall slide so being level is a must. Spaces are not meant for bigger coaches. We have had good luck in the past with fairgrounds, not so much here. If your just looking for a overnight spot, this might be more work them it's worth.
May 4, 2018 - reviewed by Roger
Not A $28 Park
Not sure how people evaluate reviews but this park is no more than 2 Stars. Y s, it’s quiet, yes it would be nice during a fair of rodeo. We came in for a one night layover while traveling to Cheyenne.
$28 a night? This is no more than a $20 a night park. 5 sites had no water pressure. The family at they have the hookups, you better have a lot of sewer hose or water hose.
Sorry but this is an average to below average park and should not charge more that $20. We travel the country and this is not a great park.
We will get a good nights sleep but that’s it.
October 29, 2017 - reviewed by Anna
Electric only for us was sufficient, thus the low fee. Showers were great (private room with toilet & shower). Stayed on a Fri night when no major events were taking place. Would return if in the area.
July 13, 2017 - reviewed by Jake M
Large site with about 1200 spaces all are gravel pretty level mostly or all back ins. Caretakers are very nice doubt the WiFi works it registers but cannot connect. Pickups are bit long way so you will need the extensions on your sewer hose. Pretty good for an overnight stay.