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Add Review. These reviews are the opinion of an Campground Reviews' member and not the views of CampgroundReviews. We secured a 4 night reservation back in April for this campground. Our first site was slated as being large enough for our 20' trailer It was perfect. We backed into it on the first try and enjoyed a wonderful stay complete with almost daily thunder storms and one day a major hail storm. But then the skies would clear and we would have a beautiful evening.

Moraine is a well used, well loved campground. The evening programs are always a hit with us and there are many hikes to choose from.

Most people love a wood burning campfire This is my only dilemma about camping in the national park. We stayed 3 nights in space A Site needed a couple blocks on th front tires and had no hook ups. Generator hours were fine and we were also able to use our portable Solar during the day. Cell coverage was poor and there were no OTA channels. We did not hook up Dish, but I am sure it would have been fine from our site.

There were plenty of Elk all over and the Shuttle Bus got us to all of the hikes we wanted to accomplish. While no hookups, there was water available at the entrance and a 1 hole dump station as well I imagine that could get busy on some days.

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Best hike was to Nymph, Dream and Emerald Lakes. Shuttle Bus does a nice job getting you there. Great place to base camp out of to explore the area. First time camping in a national park and they are strict about the rules. Saw several neighbors coolers hauled away for not putting them in bear boxes. Saw tons of wildlife just sitting in the site relaxing. My only complaint about this park is the way the sites are laid out. Some are fairly close together and others are placed behind you which minimizes privacy.

We were by the pits so the constant slamming door was pretty annoying. Would go back for sure but would look for another site we had B Everything there was very nice. Cannot suggest any improvements, except there was so much traffic looking at the Elk, they wouldn't let one of our friends into our campsite for dinner. I guess it's understandable. We stayed in Loop B, which only has vault toilets, but they were very clean and use an exhaust system to handle odors. They were always stocked with hand sanitizer and toilet paper.

Our site was close to another on one side but we still had lots of room for our awning. Elk were in rut and bugling, lots of cool photography opportunities. Staff was helpful and friendly. We plan to stay there again next fall! We used a watt solar panel for our electric needs and it was more than enough.

Generator hours are enforced, which we appreciated. Firewood and ice cream were available nightly near the entrance to the campground. Shuttle bus service is available through September to Bear Lake and a few other places. This is a busy time of year-lots of visitors for the elk rut and changing foliage-so make use of this great service!

Also, no cell service or wifi in the campground but wifi is available at the visitor centers. We were looking for any campground within RMNP that could serve as a base for exploring the park and hiking. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We stayed on weeknights in early September.


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This is a beautiful campground! However, the sites are arranged so that most maximize the view. We think the best views are from Loop C, although there are no bad views in this park. There's a wide variety of sites - full sun, shady, back-in, pull-over, large, small, etc. The sites have no hookups, water and dump are available near the entrance.

There's no wifi. Some sites have usable Verizon and ATT coverage. This campground is perfectly located for exploring the park. Trailer sites are small. We had a 40 ft site which our 32 ft fifth wheel barely fit. Our site was a pull along which meant our slideouts were at the edge of the road. Weird generator hours. For us just too many folks to close together.

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We could not use our fire ring as it was downhill and our chairs wouldn't stay up. I trully appreciate it. Sometimes the only way to get him to sleep was to sit by his bed.

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For hours. It was at this time that I started listening to ambient music on my newly acquired ipod. My mind was blown and my ambient journey began. It was originally written with Alex Paterson but the one that went on sale had his contributions removed. Thank you to everyone who has posted in this thread. There is some beautiful music here that I never would have heard otherwise.

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