Be aware that the A-loop is really set up for tenters and won't easily fit most RVs, and parking pads there are not level. We were in the B-loop. Sites are clean and mostly level. Water usually turns off mid-October for the winter.
This year (2022) was the second drought year in a row. Although they did not ban fires, it was extremely dusty.
Seeing the bison was great! Due to drought, the falls were down to a dribble...literally.
August 27, 2018 - reviewed by V.Panccione
Sites are private and flat for our 26 ft RV sprinter. We had no problem finding one with electricity as well in the Sunday night we arrived. Keep in mind you have to secure your spot either by calling the 800 number or by visiting the office near the falls since miles away. You also have to buy a $7 entry permit to display on your car. We choose our site first then called it in and said over the phone. We then walked to campground entry post to buy permit. Bathrooms are pits and old not so great showers, but they have them! What's wonderful about this park is the Bison refuge which you can either drive through or walk/hike around the enclosure (approx 4 miles) right from the cg! Along the way there is an old Mill and prairie view point that's very worth the visit and 1 Mile away are you from waterfalls from the Minneopa creek.
October 15, 2016 - reviewed by Joe
Water Falls And Buffalo
Lots of natural beauty here. Many sites are not very long. Make sure you pick one that will fit your rig