Friendly people. Lots of thought went into the set-ups for campers' best convenience. Excellent signs to direct us there. Bathhouse, laundry and toilets were big, airy and CLEAN. Wish we had more time so we could stay longer. The person who turned around because of the 1/4 mile gravel road, missed a great opportunity!
Very nice and accommodating staff! Only staying one night as we are passing through. But this is one of THE nicest campgrounds we've stayed in our 3 years of RVing! Be sure to spend some time star gazing! Bathrooms not only look clean, they smell clean! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ rating in this camper's opinion!!!!
This is a top notch campground. Do not hesitate to stay here
Very nice RV park, shade was plentiful, shower house was great. Beautiful view if you walk to the top of the hill. Free ice cream when you check in, everybody loves ice cream. And the dirt road mentioned in one of the reviews is only about 400 yards don't let that discourage you.
as stated many times already the gravel road is really fine. you only need to dive on gravel to the part about 1/2 mile. go slow if you are concerned ... well worth it! (also, this is a RURAL area in the middle of the Crow.) staff is wonderful and helpful. location is newer so all in great condition. sites are level. not many trees, and those present are young, so no shade or wind block. the view is great - the rolling hills and prairie. close access to Little Big Horn Monument. wifi is close to worthless. how i wish locations designed their system to work well when the park was full (this is why 4 stars instead of 5). there are few RV parks in this area. during the 'high season' make a reservation.
All sites are pull through, level, easy access to hookup's. They escorted and assist us in aligning to the site. Bath house is extremely clean and secure. The free ice cream at check in was a bonus. Would certainly stop here again! The views of the prairie and the stars at night along with the occasional train whistle let your imagination run wild as to what the old west was like! Also had a great day touring the Little Big Horn battlefield. If you go to the battlefield take the bus tour, the battle covered over 5 miles and the tour guide really helped put the battles in perspective!
Came in past 9pm. Owners were very nice and informative! Super clean laundry room. Quiet stay. Thanks!
Very friendly and it's true, you get free ice cream bars on checkin! Your tow rig does get dusted out going up the hill. Also, typically Montana, with the trains all night. Park is well laid out, but the water really spots...Knowing all this we would stay again!
Top notch, clean, and quiet. Wifi not so good, but SOP in RV parks off the beaten path.
Before you get to the campground, the road is a dirt road for approximately 3/4 of a mile. Don't expect your coach or toad to be clean when you arrive. The pads are a mixture of gravel and dirt. If it rains, your coach will get muddy. The sitting area outside the coach is grass and mud and at quite an incline. It felt like we might roll backwards while watching our outside entertainment center. If it rains, or if they run the sprinkler, the outside sitting area will be muddy, until it dries. I spent 4 hours washing my coach. That night they turned on the sprinklers even though it had rained two days in a row. My coach looked like it was never washed - GRRR. The water is super mineralized. When you wash a coach or car, you have to dry it; otherwise you will have a difficult time removing the white spots and streaks. The sink in your coach needs to be wiped down after you wash dishes, etc., otherwise you get a white coating from the water. The restrooms / showers were about the cleanest we have seen. I gave this place 3 stars because: Common decency is to tell people that sprinklers will be coming on during XX nights. Like that we can stow our lounge chairs, etc., ahead of time. The morning we were leaving, I had to stow all my soaking wet outdoor furniture in the basement of the coach, The DUSTY dirt road leading to the campground - influence the "powers to be" to at least chip and tar the road to keep the dust down. The WiFi is horrible - If you are lucky enough to connect, you won't be on long before it drops your signal. No cable and only one TV station. Thank goodness I have satellite. There is no pool. They do have two horseshoe pits.
Def one of the nicer campgrounds we've stayed in. The sites aren't very spacious, but they're level and have great views. All sites had nice extra touches too like big rocks, flowers, a lamp on the hookups... Clean and super quiet campground - birdhouses on many of the fence posts - just a well cared for property. Free ice cream bars for everyone at check in, and very helpful on local info. Great play area for the kids, and my husband enjoyed the disc golf. Wifi was fine. $44 for full hookups, 1 night. Would def recommend to those passing through!
Very nice campground. Escorted to site. Free Ice cream. Full hookup. No cable but yes wifi. Outstanding, clean shower house. Laundry facilities. Definitely would stay again.
1/2 mile of dirt after 3 mile backtrack on frontage road. Worth it, not just only place near Custer monument, really nice park. Clean restrooms, showers, some cabins plenty of room to walk dog. Friendly staff, will lead you to spot and guide you in, its not about your driving skill, they put in sprinkler heads next to parking spot dont want to run them over. Overall great place to stay.
Very clean place to stay. Every spot is somewhat level. Great view of the valley and especially for sunsets! I would highly recommend this.
Didn't stay! The road to get there is a washboard dirt road ! Turned around and left.
Good, kind people work here!!! Close to Little Big Horn and museum. Nice view, grass and trees, just right for us!!!
Park is a few miles off I90. Can see freeway in distance but traffic noise is not a problem. You will hear the trains though - horns wailing up to a dozen times. The park itself is nicely laid out - very orderly and we'll kept. Clean, spacious bath house and laundry. Free ice cream bar at check-in. Staff is very visible and friendly. Stopped for night during cross-country trip - glad we did.
Gravel road to site was ok. Easy access to little bighorn battlefield. Very friendly and helpful welcome.free ice cream with registration and escort to site. Lovely warm and clean washroom. Would stay again
Great well thought out camp, friendly hosts, yummy Huckleberry Ice Cream sandwich!
Large sites, level, graveled, small trees, satellite friendly. Hosts friendly and very helpful, and you get free ice cream at check-in. This is a well maintained park. Very nice laundry and bath house. Gravel road in but it's well maintained but dusty, just take your time. You can see the highway and the railroad train from park but it's well off. We heard the train a couple of times but it wasn't intrusive, neither was the highway. The only problem was the wi-fi would go in and out. We camped here in a 36' class A with a toad. Would stay here again if in this area.
What to say ......everything is positive about this Park. From the operators to the physical grounds everything is top notch. Hope to revisit some day. Even got a free huckleberry ice cream sandwich at check in. Delicious!!
This is a beautiful campground with a nice view. Great place to walk the dog and very friendly people. The little playground was perfect for my toddler son. We will definitely stay here again next time we are in the area.
Nice flat sights even though you are on a hill with great views Great satellite access if you are in newer sections. Cleanest bathrooms I've seen in 4 months of travel. All sites pull throughand very large and long. We stayed in a water electric only $36 with good sam. Only about 6 miles to little big horn battlefield. Free icream at check in!. Hosts very nice. Stayed in a 31 ft 5th wheel Sept 9, 2016.
It was a clean park with gravel roads. Nice workers. We felt it was expensive for what you get though.
Great .3 mile gravel road to park. Best restroom/showers we have seen. Laundry is small but clean. Owner picked 3 late season tomators for us. Near Little Bighorn National Monument exit 510, but don't miss private museum at exit 514. $36 night water elect and Good Sam discount.
Stayed twice overnight, free ice cream with check=in, large sites, escorted to site and made sure you were were ok with setup. They were very friendly, had good advice on food, sites, as someone else stated very clean and the water was very pure, would stay again.
Top notch facility, my family and I were looking for a place to stay near Little Bighorn and this place was just a few miles down the road. It is really nice, one of the cleanest campgrounds I've seen. Also free ice cream when checking in :). Wi-Fi was great, clean facility easy to get in and out of even with the short dirt road. The only negative thing I have to say is the road noise and frequent trains throughout the night were not optimal but not a huge issue.
This is a very nice park. Only 3 miles off of I-90. You can see the highway but it's far enough away to not be loud. Lots of birds singing and horses neighing. Flat, large camp sites. Good shade. The shower house is clean too. The owners are very friendly. She gave us info about Little Big Horn and a map and info about getting to Yellowstone. We also got a free ice cream bar for staying there! Try the huckleberry, it was good! We'll stay here again.
As this the only RV park in close proximity to Little Big Horn, we weren't sure what to expect, but it is very nice park, the hosts and hostesses were most welcoming and the scenery is fabulous. Sites are spacious with full hookups and plenty of space to hike. We had only planned to stay one The only downside was the entry road, it's gravel but if you know about it and are ready, it isn't a big deal, you just need to go slowly.
Friendly helpful host. Tidy campgrounds -our pad not level but not bad. Gravel road not a problem if you drive slowly and the lack of road noise is worth it. Quiet and peaceful-pulling 38 fifth wheel-no problems. Didn't check showers or laundry.
Wish we could stay longer. This park is everything you want. Big sites, beautiful views, You get good air antenna. Close to little big horn battlefield. Stayed in a 38 foot 5 the. Wheel.
This is an extremely well-run park with the cleanest bathrooms we've ever experienced. If your main goal is to save a buck this might not be for you but for cleanliness, good service, well maintained facilities and a lovely location off the road this is well worth a visit. Would stay here again in a second for multiple nights. Bathhouse thoughtfully designed with hooks where you need them and showers that aren't too small.
The road really wasn't an issue we have driven on some freeways that beat you to death, slow down and go on in, it is worth it to stay. The bathrooms, the laundry and the grounds were exceptionally clean and convenient. Showers were roomy with a nice bench and plenty of hooks. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We got here later in the evening and it was easy to set up for the night with fairly level sites. Would definitely stay again if in the area.
We read other's reviews and they were right. They have a well cared for campground with a lot of attention to detail. Their bathrooms are large, well maintained and SUPER clean. There was a severe thunderstorm come through in the night. Our pop-up camper didn't fare well. It was moved around and the canvas ripped in many places. It was unusable. The storm was still going strong when I called and left a message at the campground office to let them know we were going to sleep in the restroom. The owner immediately called and said her husband was bringing a key to a cabin for us! They didn't charge us any extra. I will highly recommend this place to anyone. To the person who rated them a 1 because of the small section of gravel road...and never even drove to the campground should be ashamed of themselves.
Then sites are fine for large R.V. The owners are nice giving you ice cream when you register. It is very close to Little Big Horn National Park. (Five miles). The owner recommend a restaurant that was excellent and served local fare. The only problem was the laundry, it only had 2 washers and 2 dryers. The water is pure so use 1/2 cup of detergent instead of full amount.
Hugs pull thrus. You get a free icecream on arrival. You have to drive 6 miles of the interstate to a 1mile gravel road to the entrance. Escort to your site. Great people. Train whistles often almost no highway noise. Beautiful views and a well maintained park. Excellent for an overnight stop..
Gorgeous views, cattle coming in during the evening, spaces nicely terraced, everything clean as a whistle. Western sound track in the bathrooms. Worth a short trip down a well kept gravel road. All spaces well graveled. Cabins and one teepee for those without an RV.
Great park, Ingram bars at check in. All gravel lots, easy access EVEN for big rigs. Slightly side to side sloped lots but easily manageable. Extra clean bathrooms with music. Great views to west and close to Little Bighorn NM. Fairly easy access , no issues. Staff very friendly as well. Would stay again if passing through.
Great campground. Very helpful and friendly owners. Free ice cream bar at checkin! Follow the signs not the Garmin.
We stayed for 1 week. The sites afforded fabulous views and were plenty long enough to accommodate our 43 5th wheel. The grounds were well kept, bathrooms were spotless and the laundry, though tiny with only 2 washer/dryers, was efficient. Friendly staff, and ice cream greeting was an extra special touch. Sites all had a grass area, but were sloped, which made walking sometimes difficult. Battlefield was close and stores were only a 20 minute drive away.
Very well run R v park will stay again
Destination park, fabulous, Little Bighorn National Monument worth Visiting. Friendly staff, very clean and well maintained. Can wash your bus, very quiet, nice walking trails. Amazing views, great playground, Stayed there 4 nights in a Jayco Seneca.
We stayed 2 nights while visiting Little Bighorn Battlefield Monument, it was nice to find a RV park only a few minutes drive to the Monument. The sites are all gravel and mostly if not all pull-throughs, our site was high up on the hillside with a great view of the surrounding area. This is a very clean and well laid out park with friendly staff. While I was in the office a vehicle entered the park and immediately the office personal verified the vehicle's license number as a guest giving me the impression of a secure facility. The park is a mile or 2 from Interstate 90 and the train tracks that parallel the interstate and weekdays there was a train passing by about every hour endlessly blowing it's horn. No television but free WIFI, we didn't care for the water, staff explained that is was "very soft" but I didn't like the taste and it had a soapy feel.
Excellent park with spotless washrooms, heated with lots of hot water. Sites level. Staff friendly and we enjoyed the free ice cream when we registered.
Definite 5 star, park feels new, very quiet except for a train at night, nice couple running the park, park is immaculate, one of the best parks we have ever stayed in. A great place to stay in the area.
Very clean, tightly run. Quiet convenient to 90. Great internet. Only 4 channels tv. Cell phone service spotty.(Verizon).
Very helpful and friendly host. Showers and restrooms very clean and well maintained. Gravel sites aren't very level, but drain well in the rain without getting muddy. The dirt road leading up to the campground is another thing, though. Pot holes and ruts that are muddy and slippery in the rain, hard and rough when dry. No sewer hookups or dump station. I think 40 some odd dollars is a little high for not being able to dump. Water is very soft ... don't use much soap, and it's difficult to feel rinsed off. Also, though the water is safe to drink, because of the softness, it tastes pretty bad. Use bottled water for cooking, brushing teeth, drinking, etc. Only about a 10-15 min drive to Little Big Horn Battlefield Monument. Not 5 stars because of the road to the camp (which is not much more than their driveway ... it only leads to the camp), and no dump station.
Not sure anyone mentioned the nearly 1 mile dirt, washboard road leading to this camp! Not so happy to take my brand new 40' Class A out this dirt road! Site was NOT level and the roads were very soft.
I seldom give 5 stars but given the factors they can control they run a well maintained park and don't let issues wait. The last half mile of road to the park is dirt and can be bumpy and have some ruts. However, this is beyond their control. The park is well laid out with sites on southeast side (up on the hill) having great views. Sites are 50 amp FHU pull through, excellent wifi but limited over the air TV. The south half of the park gets satellite with the north half questionable. The laundry has 3 washers/ dryers and is spotless. Didn't use the showers. WASHING RV's IS ALLOWED Seldom do I see a park this well run with outstanding helpful staff. Added bonus you get free icecream upon arrival. There's not much to do in this part of the country you can see all the attractions in two days.
Make sure you pay for full hookup because the closest dump station is 20 miles away and $15. The park is well maintained and otherwise I would have given a higher rating. Great shower and all pull through spots
The campgrounds are wide and a pull through. Clean restroom pleasant stay
It's a very nice Park with full hook-ups. Great views and beautiful sunsets. However, it's a long gravel road to get there and the sites are unlevel. Fix the unlevel sites and I will return.
Stayed a week and will use the park again. Great views. Well kept and works great. Did not have trouble with gravel road to park. Plenty of areas to walk dog. U can wash rig here which was well needed after 6 weeks on the road. Thanks. Thanks
Really nice park and nice people. Please read this part. It's a rough dirt road for a 1/2 mile to get to the park. The customer behind me was very angry with the lady checking us in because he didn't know. I will go there again and recommend it to anyone.