We have stayed at this location twice in the last two months while driving through. The rv spots are large and easy to get into. The grounds are fun to walk through with all of the animals they raise. The staff here is very friendly and helpful.
We stay out in the 'Field' on the South side of the RV park, where the spaces are larger, but being as this part of the country is flat, the winds get pretty strong, sometimes. Fine, Fine Food at the 'Presidents Steakhouse'. Their Blue cheese and Bacon, Buffalo Burger with…
Only stopped to take the train ride and feed the bison. This is a blast for families. You hand feed the bison as they come right up to the train cars and stick their tongues out to be fed. They have no upper teeth so they cannot bite. The train and track are unique and the…
This was a great afternoon of fun. The up close and personal contact with the bison was amazing. I only wish I had my kids with me, they woud have had a blast. Make sure you ride the train, it is well worth the 12 dollars to do so!!
We made our reservation online and sorry we did once we arrived. The area is congested with all manner of campers that have no room to put personal items outside, not even a camp table at our site. The interior washrooms were adequate. Definitely a long walk from where we were.…
"Back side of park is quiet"
"I would ask to see the cabins before you check in because after check in there are no refunds."
"Next time I would stay in a regular hotel in town, and take the tour of the bison on the side. It was $9 for the bison tour."
"Stayed in cabin #1. Two small double beds. Leather sofa that wasn't a pull out bed."
"Stop at Walgreens and buy some ear plugs"