August 15, 2021 - reviewed by Rambling Ron
Nice RV spots among pine trees. Good separation between spots. I would have given more stars except now their water supply has e.coli they supplied plenty of bottled water to drink.
May 3, 2021 - reviewed by G W
Booked online. Expensive!!!
Got no instructions with booking confirmation or email. Didn’t answer 2 phone calls. Got there. Lodge looked deserted. No signage or info on the RV park. Very poorly lit. Right behind a gas station. Couldn’t find the RV park despite driving past it twice. Went down the road.
Contacted the owner. Super rude. Wont give refund even though we didn’t even stay. Blames me for not finding it. What?!?! You don’t give us any information on where to go. You don’t answer your phone. You don’t have any signage when we get there. It looks like a dirt lot with a crappy hotel on it. Don’t see any hookups at all. And your ‘refund policy’ is all the way at the bottom of your page where a person can go through the whole booking process and never see it.
But it’s my fault. Oh, ok.
I would never stay here on principal.
It’s a poor Workman who blames his tools and a poor owner who blames his customers.
Avoid this place and find another. Sugar City is good.
July 22, 2020 - reviewed by Varnell Family
Good Recharge Stop
This pull through easily accommodated our 36’ and tow. We needed full hook-up and cell coverage to work remotely after dry camping for 5 days in W. Yellowstone. Verizon has 4 bars and ATT 3. View is a cow pasture and silos with Tetons visible in the distance. Edge of town. Can hear trains in the distance and the highway but neither too close. Nice and neat but nothing fancy. Served as a good place to refresh. A bit expensive for simplicity but a bargain after seeing the prices at W. Yellowstone.
July 14, 2019 - reviewed by The cohens
Nice campground with full hookups. Definitely just an attachment to the hotel (lodge) but well maintained. No amenities or assigned sites. You just come in and take a site that is open and then short walk to hotel to check in. We found everyone very nice and didn’t mind the 67 mile drive to Yellowstone or the 73 mile drive to Grand Teton. Not their fault we didn’t make reservations for closer RV parks a year in advance. We felt right at home immediately and spent nine nights. Price was certainly great with lovely discount because husband is vet.
September 13, 2017 - reviewed by Elaine
Good Spot To Recharge
Well priced for full hook up and right off the highway. We had just spent 3 days dry camping at West Yellowstone so we needed a cheap place to recharge the battery and dump our tanks. This was perfect for that purpose. Water, electric and sewer at each site but no picnic tables, shade or fire pits. Spots are angled and easy to pull through. We were told to help ourselves to the continental breakfast and bathrooms in the lodge if we wanted. Just a quick drive from Lower and Upper Mesa Falls, Harriman state park and lots of rivers and nature trails. Overall a solid spot to recharge before you continue your way through the more expensive campgrounds in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons.
May 12, 2016 - reviewed by Traveler
RV park is an after thought at this hotel... had zero wifi, tv reception, or cable.... a quick hit and run at best