Easy access off hwy 20 on the way to Yellowstone National Park with many amenities. Come and relax, enjoy our views of the Tetons, and leave refreshed!
Full hookups (water, sewer, electric) are included. We have 30 amp service. Easy pull-through setup. Wifi is also available.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 33% off
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Great amenities for the price!
Amenities are awesome and well maintained. Sewer, water and electricity are all in good shape and arranged nicely for hookups. We camped for access to west Yellowstone - it’s about a 65 mile drive to the park entrance. We found the $30 per night fee to be very reasonable, and because we had a car to drive in and out of the park, this was an ideal setup. This is a mom and pop setup - it’s definitely well worth the price but you will need to expect a bit of a hike to west Yellowstone.
Place to pitch tent; not much else.
The place was relatively easy to find. When we arrived, it was unclear which sites were for tent or RV set up (there were no numbers) and the map where the sites had been displayed when we chose one was not reflected by the sites. There were no directions for setup on the listing, so we awkwardly drove around until finally we approached a member of the family living there. We were told there could only be one communal fire and the gentleman gestured in a direction of where it was before walking away. We had paid extra for an RV site sk we could have a fire, but did not have one. No soap in bathrooms, which were not clean and I believe shared with the owners, the highway sounds are right next to the site so it was quite loud at night. I don't think I would have felt safe if another family hadn't also come to camp there. Overall, it was a place to set up a tent, but not a confusion-free experience.
Don’t go there!! If you are passing by, you are better off with a travel stop, and if you need a place for several days/a week, this isn’t the right one, it’s pretty far from everything. No marked sites, host didn’t really communicate, the bathroom was very dirty and they didn’t clean anything at all at least for over a week. On the last day, there was no water or electricity anymore, not sure why..