We stayed one Saturday night in a Comfort Cabin in the park's campground. It costs the same as a motel, with many of the comforts of a kitchen unit (fridge, coffee maker, propane BBQ, all dishes, pots, pans, etc) but you are sharing the WC and walk to the showers (all very clean). We were playing backgammon beside the bonfire and 2 young mule deer browsed their way through the grass field 50 feet away. As we went to bed, coyotes were calling to each other from the badlands nearby. It was a little noisy until the kids went to bed, and then again until the partying adults hit curfew @ 11PM. It was hot and dry, but that allowed exploration on dirt trails inside the area bounded by the Scenic Loop Road and summitting the hill beside the campground. Lots to see and do.
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