There are over 200 fhu/30-50 amp concrete sites with grass in between. Sites are level and spacious. They offer free shuttles every 15 minutes to the casino. There is an 18 hole championship golf course on grounds. They honor Passport America and with discount only $15 a night!
The plus?s are: long level FHU/30/50A. The (-): These are supposed to be grassy sights. If you consider tall weeds with briars grass then you have grass. This place is really nothing but a pasture with a handful of RV?s that are run down. Would not stay here again unless desperate! They do honor PA and you put money in envelope and into locked can at front of campground.
The coal trains run right next to property so there is that noise. There is a sign ?No Whistle? but those train guys blow it anyway. It does honor PA discount for one night! They have 30-50 Amp FHU and some spots are pull thru. The entire town of Fort Laramie is for sale! There is no restaurant or cafe as the PA site states. One plus is there is grass between each site, although it is in much need of mowing. We would look for alternative sites if we came this way again.
Sites are close together and grass is uncut. No one respects campground rules. Lots of loud motorcycles. Their website is misinforming-states pull throughs are $50 and Good Sam discount is $45. Not so. They charged us $50 a day. It is conveniently located right in Cody, however there appears to be a few nice campgrounds here. Very dusty because no one enforces the speed limit, especially their own maintenance personnel.
Upon arriving we were shown to our site. The Park itself is nicely laid out. It has 44 sites, however only 15 are 50A. Most are FHU and most have shade. All sites are pretty level with pea gravel and a nice patch of real grass in between sites. The campground is far enough from I-90 where road noise is not a factor. They do accept Passport America discount. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is off the beaten path but is nice and quiet. 64 sites. The swimming pond looks questionable. Some sites are pull through and some are back in. There appears to be several seasonal sites and only a handful of fhu sites for travelers. They do honor PA.
Exit 31 is now Tween the Lakes RV Park. 30 sites, most are pull through with concrete slabs and picnic table. They offer FHU/30-50A, WiFi and fire/grill ring. The sites are pretty tight but allows room for all slides. There is a biking/walking trail right next to park. Camp host meets and directs you to your spot. Park offers Passport America as well as Good Sam discount. We would stay again.
A nice place to stay! There are 65 sites, only 6 that are lakefront (and also are more expensive). Park has lots of trees but not all sites are level. All are duh with 30/50A, WiFi and pool. They do accept PA and Good Sam discounts. The park is close to all the area sights. Small park on lake where you can walk your pup and sit and relax by water. We would stay again for sure.
Park has flu, 50A and WiFi. The grass was mowed but no trimming around sites were done. No one at the office-I guess they went to self check in. Take an envelope and put cash in it. They do offer PA discount. Convenient to town.