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This is the spot. Right next door to The Badlands but the only spot with trees for shade and a pool to cool off during they hit summer days. Perfect for a visit to the Badlands area and very well run camp ground for campers...More
This KOA was the nicest campground we have stayed out. It was very well kept, very clean, and the staff were just excellent. We liked that there was a cook house on premises since there wasn't a large town close by. The bathrooms and showers...More
No frills campground with tents, tipis and RV's. There is VERY nice staff and definitely the most trees you'll find in the Badlands! Our site was huge with 50 amp service. Close to the park entrance. There's a small pool.
Our family stayed in two of the camping cabins and loved it! The campground was neat, clean and had a lot of trees and shade. And as owners of an RV, we were impressed to see such spacious RV campsites. The camping cabins were very...More
Stayed here in our motor home for 2 nights in early July while touring the badlands by motorcycle. A nice quite place to retreat to after a day in the hot sun. This campground has many different choices for your stay - tent sites to...More
To determine availability, try calling 605-433-5337. Phone calls worked well for us. Also, a road construction alert pops up when opening up their website. It could be a bit of a detour for people depending on the direction... More
To determine availability, try calling 605-433-5337. Phone calls worked well for us. Also, a road construction alert pops up when opening up their website. It could be a bit of a detour for people depending on the direction coming from. If you called them, they would be able to answer the road construction question as well as tent availability.
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