We stayed here for 5 nights in July. The staff was very friendly and helpful from the moment we got there. The park is large and well layed out with bathroom facilites throughout the park. I'll try to break this down into subsections.
We stayed in a deluxe pull through site in a 35' motorhome. We had grassy area and a cement patio with a bbq/fire pit combo, a nice cement round table with benches and a 2 person swing. We moved th swing onto the grass to accomodate our chairs on the patio. We had our awning out and the campsite was cozy. Neighbors were friendly and we did not feel cramped at all.
The bathrooms were 2 rows over from us but easy to get to. The bathroom has 3 toilet stalls and 3 shower stalls and a large sink vanity that runs the entire length of the bathroom. There is no cost for the showers and it was nice to have a hot shower and to not be crammed into the RV shower. Plus with 4 girls, we could all be done alot quicker using the 3 showers.
Cute variety of knick knacks and souveniers. Small basic grocery and supply section. A lovely Homemade Fudge counter which offers free samples.
So much to do at the campground. Mini golf, playground for kids, bike rentals including 4 & 6 seater bikes, indoor swimming pool & hot tub, volleyball and other activities such as Karaoke, T-Shirt TyeDying. We did the Tye Dying and had a blast. You buy a shirt from them for $5 or bring your own. The staff helps you get the design you want. There is a Coffee Kabin that has coffee & latte drinks every morning and they also hold an Ice Cream Social one night a week. There is an outdoor cooking area where they make breakfast each day and dinner each night. Prices were a little high in my opinion.
The Campground was a short drive (about 7 min) to the town of West Yellowstone. The town has 2 small grocery stores, several gas stations and lots of food places and tourist shops. Great places to get souveniers. We spent a day walking around the town. From the town, the West entrance to Yellowstone National Park is literally just down the road. There is a Visitor Center in West Yellowstone and if you are visiting the park, I highly suggest going there first to get a map and suggested things to see. Also if you have children, get them signed up for the Jr. Ranger program and read through the paperwork before you get going into the park, so you know what to look for.
- Also Known As:
- Yellowstone Park Koa Hotel West Yellowstone