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Reviewed 4 June 2021 via mobile

This park has quickly become one of my favorite National Parks. The campground is part of the reason. The host is incredibly friendly and helpful. The rangers are informative. The campsites are spacious and the amenities are clean.

The south loop has 2 bathroom locations with flush toilets. Water spigots are throughout the campground and very accessible.

Wildlife frequents the campground. Bison were right behind my site. Someone else reported also seeing wild horses. We’ve also spotted several rattlesnakes. None are to be feared...just keep your distance and don’t interfere with them.

Room tip: It was first come first serve when I visited. They had plenty of sites that week. I recommend getting in early to grab a site.
Date of stay: June 2021
Trip type: Travelled solo
1  Thank rentzm1
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Reviewed 12 October 2019

We camped here one night on our cross country road trip. We originally planned to be there two nights but we left early because inclement weather was coming our way. We stayed along the river and had the most beautiful views. The site wasn't super private but private enough for us and our pup. We loved that it's pet friendly and saw many other people with dogs. It was a quiet campground too considering all the dogs. It also filled up to capacity which surprised us in September. Bathrooms were not that great. We also really loved exploring the park.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Thank JMlove2explore
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Reviewed 9 September 2019

It is primitive and places are wide but not deep. Good place to stay and enjoy quiet after the generators are asleep. The park has been rerouted through Medora and some of that is good and some things are not Ted Roosevelt might not approve on some of the commercialism.

Room tip: This isn’t a hotel
Date of stay: September 2019
1  Thank jumper50
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Reviewed 3 September 2019

We have visited this park a number of times in the last couple years. This year again we were stuck in a spot so close to neighbors you get smell what they were cooking. We have a motorcycle and a small pop-up camper that takes no room at all. I noticed a lot of sites still open that were bigger more private and a lot nicer than where we were. The other thing there were so many dogs barking they drove us nuts. Wife got up one morning to take a shower only to find it had only cold water. A lot of the trees are in bad shape need pruning as I noticed a lot of dead branches that could hurt someone or somebody’s camper or vehicle
Not a happy camper!!

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Brian J
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Reviewed 12 August 2019

We tent camped one night at site #7, North Loop. We had some noisy neighbors with barking dogs so it wasn't as serene as it could have been BUT our site was pretty private with a nice view of the meadow. You could walk down to the river and it was great for star viewing. We heard lots of coyotes throughout the night.

There was not a fire ring at our site only a standing grill - not the end of the world but definitely a surprise. We looked at a few other sites and did not see any fire rings. The water was really cloudy (we drank it and lived). But it might be a good idea to bring your own!

Date of stay: July 2019
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Thank Erica C
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