Totally worth the stop. Drive thru - even with an RV - park along the way for pictures if you want.. You can stay and picnic - just clean up after yourself. The trees are incredible. Birds aplenty. A definite highlight - lots of photo opps
Beautiful park - wonderful place to camp or just visit. The carving on the rock is quite spectacular.
So this place is a little sketchy. Arrived and the lot was pretty much empty with the exception of the very old trailers parked permanently. It’s a pick your own spot kinda place. The quiet at night we liked -so overall for us this place worked. Keep in mind when you arrive you will be checking in at someone’s residence. First time we’ve checked in -in someone’s living room. Also - right across the street is a livestock farm - 100s of cows mooing. The quiet at night is right out the door first thing in the morning with lots of cramped cows mooing. Good stuff.
Nice location and well kept campground. If you don’t mind a -find your own spot kind of place, this place is great. Quiet and tranquil.
Nice place to stay - simple/no frills but all we needed. Full hook ups and a pull through. Conveniently right off 50. Wouldn’t spend days here, but perfect for a drive thru
So let’s just be clear here. This place is a parking lot. Drive in through a gate (You have to call them for them to open the gate) - park in a small parking lot that has hookups - it’s one center road through this parking lot -out the exit on the other end also gated. Upside is its gated - and considering the crap part of town this is in, we were grateful for the gates. This is not where you want to bring kids and dogs and any person what wants a camping experience. This is ‘in town’ - in a parking lot. That is the extent of this place. Zero glamour or nature or anything I ever want to do again. If you MUST stay here - it’s either that its on the way to somewhere else and you need to sleep - or you’ve gambled your life away and all you can afford is to park in this shithole til you win your house back.
This place is really beautiful - walk across the street and you are at the edge of Lake Tahoe - complete with sand and volleyball nets. Perfect place to wet your feet or take a swim - plus a beautiful area to walk along the lake. This campground is well kept and a beautiful setting. Only reason it didn’t get five stars - is their ‘free’ wifi is nothing. It’s there.. you can sign into it - sometimes, but even once you are connected, you have zero connection. Awful cell service - and no WiFi - made this not the perfect location. Perfect if you want to completely put down all contact with the outside world (and kudos to you if you can do that, we can’t) otherwise - this is something they could really improve. Fix the WiFi and this is the ultimate place to stay.
This is definitely something special to see! $25 vehicle fee gives you access for a week but worth it for the day. There is a nice path all around the Devils Tower - this took a little over an hour to walk with some stopping for pictures. There is a well groomed path all the way around - however it is not flat -there is a lot of walking up and down hill so if that is an issue for you - you might want to skip the hike around. Great pictures can be taken from miles away of this amazing place.
This is an incredibly beautiful drive - I highly recommend Needles highway and the wildlife highway - Needles has views for days and highlights some very unusual landscapes. If you have an issue with heights and roads that are winding with sharp turns and steep cliffs with narrow tunnels - you might want to pop a Valium first. Just sayin.
This place was a perfect location for Crazy Horse and the scenic drives like Needles highway and Wildlife Highway. The campground has a great view of Crazy Horse. It was quiet which we liked. We used their laundry facility everything worked great. The guy at the front desk seemed pretty miserable all the time, but aside from that everything here was pretty good!