Full hook ups. Absolutely fabulous view of surrounding mountains. Drove into Yellowstone most days which was hard but nice to come home to peaceful, quiet place. Owners, Brad and Erin, are gracious and so friendly. Would stay again if we visit the area.
We spent one night here before entering Yellowstone. The view is fantastic and the hosts are very friendly. We loved it and will stay here again if we visit this area again. Bjørg and Bjarni from Faroe Islands
If you want to stay as close to Yellowstone as possible as we needed to do with our 42' rig, then this is a great place. Not a lot of amenities but full hookups and peace and quiet which we enjoyed. Erin and husband Brad are accomodating and really friendly. Call ahead as they only have 10 spaces. Would stay again when we pass through.
Great place to stay with big rig on way to Yellowstone!!
Although the restaurant was not open during my stay, it looked very welcoming! The owner was attentive to all requests and made it feel very much like home. Full hookups and good sites. Would definitely stay again!
Campground was closest to the entrance to Yellowstone, incredible views! 4 pull throughs from what we could tell, other back in sites. We just needed water & electric on our way to the West side of Yellowstone - worked great for us!
Stayed here last days of August, first days of September 2018. Loved it. This site is just outside. Shoshone National park. It is about 30 miles to the east gate of Yellowstone and another 30 miles to the fishing bridge intersection. If you're thinking you're not going to do a lot of driving out here, you need to rethink your agenda. The drive into Yellowstone on this road is beautiful. Saw grizzlies by the road, not in Yellowstone, three times. From here, also try the Chief Joseph drive and, from Red Cloud, the Beartooth highway. These may be closed in tough weather. You've come too far to miss these drives. Cody is in the opposite direction from Yellowstone and worth a visit. Try the South Fork road for something different but also beautiful. It's across from Walmart. Visited Grand Teton and Big Horn park too. Good water. Had to use several blocks on the right to level the trailer. Sewer and 30 amp too. Pull through site. Quiet. Very dark at night but street signs help you find the driveway. Gas station and small store 1+ miles east. Restaurant at the site was closed when we were there. Can be very windy at night. Can be cold in September. We were very glad we stayed here. We can't do Yellowstone too frequently but we would stay here again. No children's reaources we could see - no play area, exercise area. You'd stay here to go sightseeing every day, or to sit and watch the world turn.
Camping experience was great! Host was very friendly and accommodating! Clean, quiet, and low key. Very close to Yellowstone s east entrance. Would recommend to anyone.
Sites are gravel and for the most part level. Erin is the hostess and could not have been more helpful and accommodating. Her daughter Nicole is an angel, and dog sat for us on Yellowstone Park days. It s about 30 minutes to the east park entrance. The scenery from the site is picturesque, overlooking the river and up the canyon to the mountains. So good, considering renting one of the cabins for a month in the future.
Great place to stay! Erin very accommodating and helpful! Views amazing! 4th of July fireworks even!
By accident we found this jewel. The views exceptional. May not have bells and whistles but is the best place we have stayed on this trip. Restaurant is very good