We stayed here to visit Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. We stayed in a 38' motor home for $34 per night. We knew ahead of time there were no sewers but we had 50 amp, water and good WiFi. TV over the air worked sometime but we weren't here to watch TV so no problem. The showers and restrooms were clean and the laundry at $2 per washer and free dryers was great. Jeff and Lynette were great and Jeff gave us directions and told us about wonderful Upper and Lower Mesa Falls on Rt. 32 going to the Tetons. Make sure you go, they are fantastic. They also have a little restaurant with good pizza and wings. We ate there while doing laundry. Highly recommend Buffalo Run and will stay again when visiting the area.
This facility has no sewer and it is next to a swamp mosquitos are everywhere they find a way inside we killed hundreds but they kept coming management is hard NO parking anywhere close to grass nightly cost was $36 so stay here as a last resort we left 1 day early no refund
Only Place available on short notice. 30 minutes from Yellowstone West entrance. But the grand tetons were better anyway and the central location was nice. Only negative was not having sewage at sites, only dump station on the way-out. I would stay here again
This is a nicely maintained, reasonably priced place to stay. The owners are very friendly with lots of information about things to do in the area. We have stayed at other RV parks in the area and believe this one is the best value. Stopping by the dump station on the way out was not a big deal for us. Mosquito repellent is a handy accessory. WiFi internet connection is better than most RV parks. We will come back again.
Quaint spot with nice shade trees. Sewer is dump on the way out (as advertised). Cute little cafe, welcoming hosts, and well worth the money
Caring staff. Would return. Pricey for not having sewer. Paid 85.25 with Sam s discount for 2 nights.