Great park. Lots of space between camp sites. Some have water and power some don’t. Dump on site. Camp host very helpful and friendly. Cellular is spotty those with cell booster didn’t have a problem. The Caverns is a must see!!!
Posted Jun 15, 2019 by Stewart from Washington . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Great campground. Clean facilities, lots of space, quiet. Enjoyed our stay.
Posted Sep 21, 2018 by Gary from Douglas . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
What a great find! Beautiful campground with lots of space and shade trees. Beautiful mountains all around and you’re close to Jefferson River and Lewis & Clark caverns. The only downside was our loop had no water because the spigot was put of order but since we were only there one night, I consider that minor.
Posted Jul 28, 2018 by Diane from Sfbayarea. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
We stayed here on night on our way home from Medora ND and the Theodore Roosevelt NP. It was a breath of fresh air! Wide open spots with mostly level spots. There are fire pits, and wood can be purchased on site. Shower and bathroom house were in good order but let’s be honest, those can always be better. It also had a very nice playground that our three kids and others spent hours on until the sun was up. With you camp stay comes a discount into the cave. Would stay again in a heart beat. We did notice the train across the river but didn’t hear it at night and we have a hybrid. It was a beautiful star filled night, dark and quite.
Posted Jul 16, 2018 by Stephen from Cheney, WA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
The cave tour here is very enjoyable and interesting. The campground is flat with large gravel pads. Only about 1/3 of the sites have electrical hook ups ($34) and the others are dry ($28) There is a dump station on site. Overall, a nice stop for a day or two. Advise making reservations during the summer months as the electrical sites are nearly always full.
Posted Jul 10, 2018 by JimJames from Nevada. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Great stop if you're traveling between Glacier and Yellowstone. Campground is in a gorgeous, open setting surrounded by mountains. Not a lot of trees or other natural separation, but sites are well spaced out. Bathrooms are clean, as are the showers (which cost $3 in quarters--there is a change machine). Driving 3 miles deeper into the park takes you to the cavern tour, which is a fun way to spend 2 hours. Make sure to tell the tour ticket-taker that you're camping, to avoid paying the out-of-state service fee a second time.
Posted Jun 15, 2016 by ZoraK9 from Moss Beach, CA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
A very nice park to explore in summer in spite of the high non resident camping fee ($34) for power site.
The problem is in winter. They have the campground open all year. But a site in winter is $30 for power, no water, pit toilet. Non resident. Same would get you a full hookup site anywhere south. With hot showers . In fact $20 in Utah, and $18 in New Mexico.. So this park is overpriced in winter. On the positive side there are few visitors. Wonder if the price is a factor.
Posted Feb 21, 2016 by Lyn from alberta. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.