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  1. Mark K

    We stayed Friday of Labor Day weekend and the park only had about 10 rigs in it. We got their premier site at the very top of the park and enjoyed the picturesque views from our dining room window. The interior roads are gravel and steep plus they discourage you from cutting through other sites making it a bit of a maze getting into. The host leads you to the site erasing the potential issues but still a bit of a navigation chore with a big rig. Nice grass area out the door and coyotes howling in the canyon above. The frontage road takes you right down to the turn off to Little Big Horn and when you get the map in the park you realize that the RV Park is on one of the routes used by the Army on their way into battle. Office staff was professional and you get a free ice cream cone upon arrival. Price is normal for the state $38 per night. Verizon 3G and 4G can be spotty but did work for phone and data.

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