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Asked by michaelh513 | January 5, 2019
Answer: I looked them up on Google. There are several recent reviews there. There are several Google links to the place on RV park lists. None of the links indicated they were no longer open. Perhaps they chose not to maintain a web page.
one_strange_texan | January 9, 2019
Date of Stay:
September, 2018 -
Rough. Really Rough. The bad - The sites are overgrown with weeds. Not just your typical weeds but low-growing monsters with sharp spikes. It's clear that the hosts are busy elsewhere and they need a camp host to take care of the camp when they're away. The only upside here was that in the morning and evening it was cold and windy such that we weren't eager to stay outside. The rest of the time we were touring Cody or Yellowstone and so the state of our site wasn't important. Many of the sites aren't marked and so it's difficult with some to tell if you're looking at a spot where you're supposed to put your coach or if you're looking at an open area. Some sites have fire pits. Some don't. There didn't seem to be obvious logic for which did and didn't. It also wasn't clear if there was a common area for everyone to use. If you have a problem with your electrical post (we lost power several times) on the weekend, you'll probably need to move as their electrician won't be available. Fortunately if you're there in September and have a decent battery bank or generator, you can probably get by without their electric as the days are mild and the nights cold (and windy). Debris everywhere. I'm calling it all collectively debris because in some cases it's trash that's been dumped randomly and in some cases it's clearly building material that's been sitting for days or months. For example, the "playground" has remains from past fireworks shows, a decaying grill, a stack of firewood and building materials littering the area as well as other random trash. If they maintained their camp better and cleaned it up I'd have given them at least a 4. Would I stay again? Probably. I'd at least consider it if all things were equal and especially if I'd heard they improved conditions around the camp. We camped at Mountain View Resort in a Motorhome.
Roughly midway between Cody and Yellowstone. Make sure to visit both.
Date of Stay:
June, 2018 -
If you drive through wondering if you want to stay, you may initially be put off by the endless gravel punctuated by large boulders that divide the sites. Give the campsite a shot if you need a place to stay for a few nights. The sites are positively huge and once you're parked, it'll become easier to get familiar with the site layout. Trees. There are huge trees that provide plenty of shade for those stuck in their RV (have to get things done sometime) during the day. One downside for us, our dog more precisely, is that the entire camp is one big gravel lot. If you've got a small dog, you may find that after a few days of walking on that he will be less interested in going for walks. Imagine if you had to walk barefoot and the gravel was a few inches across. You'd want shoes. There is a creek nearby but since there hadn't been any rain in a while, it was mostly dry. Still, it's good for a morning walk with the dog. It rained on our last day but the drainage was good and the puddles disappeared quickly. We camped at Creekside RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
June, 2018 -
This is basically a place to park your RV while you either do something away from the site or take care of things within or around your RV such that you don't really care where it's parked. Most of the park is gravel with grassy areas between the sites that are rapidly filling with weeds, dying grass and patches of dirt. The trees that have been planted aren't being watered regularly enough and many are dying. Perhaps in 10 years the sites will have a bit of shade but until then, make sure your AC is working properly during the warmer months. The laundry facility was clean and reasonably priced. Showers were ok but not cleaned often enough. Mold was starting to show where water collects. The oddest thing were the locks on the toilet paper rolls. Locks that used a nut and bolt at one end, giving someone something to fiddle with and undo while sitting on the throne. If you just need a place to park for a night or two and you plan on doing some hiking in the area, give them a shot. We camped at Tiny Town OK in a Motorhome.