We didn’t get a chance to walk around and view the entire area, but we did drive through and see the bison, and the scenery is beautiful. The grounds are well kept and perfect for a break from whatever. Lost one star because the free bath houses were closed due to Covid, but both of the two privately ran pools were open for business. Seems that if the private pools could be open, so should the public site.
Was great, and we all had a fantastic time. This was a good base camp for exploring the area.
This campground was nice. Lots of space between sites. Host and park staff were fantastic! Make sure to take the time to drive the wildlife loop.
This was absolutely breathtaking, views of scenery and wildlife. We did not get to experience the entire herd of buffalo near us, but we did see one grazing beside the road. We also saw several Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Prairie Dog Town, Wild Donkeys, and a Turtle if all things.
Stopped for a quick lunch. There is an “old school” type playground, which I generally love to see and my kids enjoyed. We had lunch on a nice covered patio with newer picnic tables. The only issue was that they had a lot of bird droppings on the tables so we had to clean a bit and watch what we where we put our stuff. We totally missed going into the museum, but we did drive back to the replica fort. Was neat to see and imagine how one must have looked. Nice stop overall, and way better than a drive through window for our roadside lunch.
This location is now closed.