I wouldn't come here as a destination, maybe, but it had what we needed: W + E, showers and a laundry, even, with the cleanest machines we've seen. The sites are neat and well kept, though the old grate style picnic table was rusty and kind of...
No thanks to reservation.gov, we camped here in late Sept. Online information was incorrect or confusing about all teh Flaming Gorge Campgrounds. A call to the Ashley ranger station finally got us some intel. Lucerne (Loop A only) was open, but...
The usual hassle with Wyo State Park online reservation, requiring you make a blind choice and pay handsomely for the option. Our site #19 in the Popo Agie campground was the only one shown to be shady (why I picked it from online photos) but at...
The reservations-only Wyo State Park cluster#$%^ strikes again, in a place with no cell signal. Fortunately, the camp host had his shingle out with a wifi name and password, then came outside and told us not to worry, just pick an empty site and...
This campground is in the Bighorn Nat'l Recreation Area, and as such, should qualify lifetime senior pass holders to a discount for its use. Instead, the marina and campground at Horseshoe Bend has been privatized to an outside concessionaire who...
Reviews left me feeling kind of tepid about this place, which was really our only option, but it worked out great. Nice grassy site at end of the row, nearby picnic area with trees to walk the dog. No showers, but 30 amp and water. We thought...
We stopped here during the day in summer 2021 to just check it out and the park was so sweet and grassy and quiet. Were excited to be able to overnight there n 2023, and found it had been "improved." Now $30 instead of $10, and there are no...
This is a super nice COE campground with spacious sites behind the Ft Peck Dam. The dump and water are located a short distance up the road. The showers are clean and plenty of hot water, the site was level and picnic table clean. The only...
62 days ago
We love the MT High Line (Hwy 2) so will put up with a lot to travel around there. This is a free city park, just an asphalt lot, with no services but an adjacent grassy expanse with covered picnic tables. It's in a decent residential n'hood and...
100% Dry camping. Was not impressed with our river-side site (the river is a muddy mess and access is through a thicket) and place is chock full even in mid-September. All sites full, but camp host is a laid back Santa Claus type who let folks...
"What a crummy campground in a beautiful spot"
"Saved by a helpful camp host"
"Confusing, privatized aggravation but wow what a view and wild horses!"
"Sweet park, but I liked it before they upgraded"
"5 stars if not for the online process"
"On the High Line and free!"
"Mixed bag, but not the park's fault"
"Lovely park, frustrating ND Parks website"
"If only it had a shower!"
"Helpful host, nice park"
"Not a lot of choices to be near Rapid City"
"Wow, for a donation, a good night's rest"
"Lovely park, peaceful evening"
"Trains, industry, zero charms"
"30 Amp, water, public restrooms $15"
"Some pluses and minuses"
"Nice owner, grassy spot in the rain"
"Not a lot of choices or public parks"
"Desperate (wo)men do desperate things"
"A little out of the way, and odd, but ultimately OK"
"Pretty park on creek near town"
"Old School in a creepy way and the only game in town"