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Great campground. Close to tourist sites, great facilities. Pool and water slide were great. Nice and quiet at night, wonderful night sky. We heard coyotes at night, which was cool. Staff was great too.
We had no knowledge of campgrounds in the Custer area so when wanting to visit on vacation, relied on Trip Advisor reviews. We were very pleased that Beaver Lake campground is as nice as reviewers said it was.
Firmly packed and extremely level gravel pads...More
This was our first stop on a three week trip out west. We stayed here for 7 days with a couple. I was in a 30 foot Travel Trailer and F-350 Crew Cab. Our friends were in a 41 foot 5th Wheel and F-350 Crew...More
Campground and staff are awesome. Lots to do close by several historic sights. Bathroom facilities are great nice and clean. About the inly downside is the office/store closes at 8, but town of Custer is a short drive if you really need something.
I am a senior traveling alone and tent camping for the first time. This campground was clean and safe. It is very large, spreadout among the well established trees. A major RV park with huge rigs and enough extra stuff to look like these people...More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why... More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why they hang around.
Some had gotten tame enough children were trying to catch them and hold them. They discoursge this. Diseased?Nonsense! Maybe city folk just aren't use to wild animals running free.