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Old 06-16-2012, 11:27 PM   #1
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Yellowstone KOA and Beaver Lake in Custer SD

We stayed in both campgrounds in the last two weeks and both were excellent.

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Are you talking about the KOA in West Yellowstone? It's nice (but pricey) and fairly tight for maneuvering larger rigs (and watch your roof!)


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Assume you put this in www.rvparkreviews.com which many if not most of us use???
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Old 06-17-2012, 08:18 AM   #4
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We stayed in Beaver Lake last year and thoroughly enoyed it. But didn't spend much time in camp!
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Staying now at RedRock(Island Park, ID), prefer it over others(KOA, etc.) in the area.
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Are you talking about the KOA in West Yellowstone? It's nice (but pricey) and fairly tight for maneuvering larger rigs (and watch your roof!)

I won't stay in West Yellowstone KOA ever again. We made our reservations several miles out and was given a price. When we arrived they "upped the price" on us. Just double talk as to why.

I only give folks one try to screw me. After that, their on their own.
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:09 PM   #7
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It was the West Yellowstone KOA. Did not know of the review site but I will attempt to put in our experience. Beaver across lake was great but we also did not spend a great deal of time in camp as the Black Hills area has many sites to see. Love the way they groom the forest, looks like Germany's Black forest. Amazing how the roads become excellent as soon as you enter the Black hills.
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We have stayed at the West Yellowstone KOA and rode our quads out to some of the trails in the area and had a good time and took a van tour through the Yellowstone, it was worth the cost.
We have also stayed at Redrock on Henry Lake and road our quads and RZR from the park on roads and on some off-road trails.
We also rode around most of the lake and went in our RZR to an exhibition rodeo at a youth horse camp up the road, the food was good too.
Redrock would get a return trip not sure of the Yellowstone KOA as we found out later the ride to the ATV trails was not quite legal.
That said, my wifes great uncle owns the Flagstaff KOA.
The West Yellowstone KOA I believe is the first one, has the shortest season and makes the most money. Location location location.

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