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We just needed a place to stay for the night. The playground was rated “amazing” by our kids. The electrical and water are a little spaced out. We took the end spot and count quite reach our two water hoses. There two long-term campers who were hooked up to the water spigot closest to us. The…
This campground was a nice and easy stop on our way from Michigan to Mt Rushmore/ Badlands. The sites were level enough that we didn’t even half to unhook our trailer for our quick overnight stay. The only issue I will say is that our site was next to the “Stinky Waste” Water Lagoon and it did…
Easy on and off freeway. Pull thu sites are just big enough for truck and camper.
Great staff and extremely clean Campground. Pull through sites. Clean lake with boating. Private lake so no fishing license required.
It is really obvious that these folks put a lot of thought and effort into this park. Big lake for swimming and fishing. Concrete pads and nice new picnic tables. We were greater by an awesome host who gave us some welcome gifts. Keep in mind, this is an RV park, not a campground. Sites are…
We stayed on the west side, great location. Clean and new.
Cheap full hookup when passing through.
We decided to stay at this campground because it was close to Falls Park. It’s 4 miles away from the KOA to Downtown. It wasn’t crowded, very clean, met lots of Texans and the pet areas were awesome! In fact, Sioux Falls is a very dog-friendly city and was able to take my dog everywhere! The…
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I reserved a site fairly last minute after seeing the unusually nice April weather forecast. The check in was seamless and firewood is readily available ($6/bundle when I went). Each site has a picnic table and fire pit with a cooking grate. I ended up selecting a site next to the river and had a…
Stayed a night in March at the east campground. We stayed at the west campground a week earlier. We were by ourselves which was great. We got the largest site and it felt a little more private than the others, but still pretty open. Vault toilets were very clean - it was March. They likely don’t…
This was a nice campground. Typical RV style sites. Not a lot of trees so you can see all the other campers. We stayed here the end of March so it was very quiet. We stayed on the lake at site 13. It’s a small lake. Very quiet and dark.
We stayed here at site 69 E for one night in August 2020. Nice, clean campground with partial shade in some sites. The campground was fairly empty, but there were many families enjoying the lake on Sunday afternoon. Good stopover site on way to black hills.
Ok- I just did a quick little hang here for an hour during a snowstorm - one of the most gorgeous things I have ever seen.
Large picnic area, with grills, vaulted toilet close by, a cute little secluded picnic area with fire ring off to the side, and a paved trail to the rec area.
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Family friendly and nice restrooms. Can’t go wrong here and right off Interstate.
Nice, quiet campground by a beautiful lake. Friendly staff. Would stay here again!
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