According to their website, secluded camping with picturesque mountain views and proximity to the winding Yellowstone River is what awaits travelers at the Paradise Valley KOA. Gullible as I can sometimes be, I immediately booked a one night stay online, extremely excited about spending the night in what I thought would be the perfect campsite. When my party and I arrived, however, we were less than amused at the actual condition of the property. Needless to say, the campsites are not secluded. They are actually quite close together, with hardly enough room for a decent size tent. There are no views of the mountains, to fish the river costs a whoping $25 a day per person, and with the caretaker's house smack in the middle of the campground, the place looks more like a squatter's village than a wilderness retreat. Oh, and don't forget - no fires in the summer regardless of how cold it gets at night (I can understand burn bans, but I was specifically told I could have a fire the night before when I called the desk to double check that I didn't need to bring a heater with us). And here's the best part - even though I have complained to the corporate office about the terrible conditions of this place, I have yet to have my money refunded to me for a campsite I did not use. Luckily for me, my husband firmly refused to sleep in "that dump," we quickly left and ended up spending the night at a very nice motel in town.