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Pretty standard campgrounds in a state park. Not too crowded and everyone was friendly and respectful. Showers and toilets (we didn’t use them but they’re there). We just stayed for a quick overnight but it was mostly pretty quiet and pleasant. No real complaints.
My visit was mid-week, mid-summer and merely passing through. The staff was wonderful and the area clean and picked-up. That said, the campground probably has 20% more trailers in place than need be. Over-crowded. While it didn’t matter to me as I was passing through, and most other RVs were…
Snagged a spot here for an overnight visit to Fargo.
Super friendly staff and a nice spot right along the Red River.
Great for families too because it is right in the middle of a city park!
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Stopped for the night on our way west. Nice campground, nice park, nice trail system for running or biking (along the continental divide). Think it’s a little expensive for $30/night. Does have water and electric. Couple RV sites are shaded. The tent sites are really nice. Close to the lake
I’m giving this a 4 because it has a long strip of a beach but spaces are close. Lots of boats on the beach! . Fairly clean. Our neighbors kids have lots of toys all over.
All in all it’s very busy with lots of activity.
Full hook up. Kids loved pool. The staff are awesome. The playground is cool and they have paddle boats. Super clean bathrooms and they have a store on site full of odd things you may have forgotten.
Decent primitive campground in the Sheyenne grasslands. Decent vault toilets and water pump. NCT access there. Lots of woodpeckers to see and coyotes calling at dusk. Sheyenne river nearby.
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Very small sites for RV camping. Doubt we had 14 ft in between. Add to that the noise coming off of the I 94 bridge. Doubt we will be back.
Not sure what it’s like on weekends, but arrived on a Tuesday in August; I was the second camper to arrive. First come, first serve. Very minimalist and lovely. Potable water is available, and hiking trails are nearby. Like I said in the title, all quiet, and wonderful looking over the tall grass…
The camp host and fellow campers were all very nice!
National forest campground. First come first served only with no attendant. There’s on manual pump well and two vault toilets. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring and most had nice level places to park. 3 miles of gravel road to the campground but the road was smooth and in good…
92,000 acres and a chill vibe. Sites at Knoll Campground are nicely spaced out. I can see the lake and hear loons calling. I only wish there were more swimming .
We only stayed overnight while traveling through, but this was a really nice spot. Not the most private sites but big enough. Families seemed to be having a lot of lake fun.
We stayed in V5. Not lakeside but nicely secluded. There is a nice beach and the lake is clear. There is a big playground, basketball court, and ball field. The store has necessities and they will even make you a pizza and deliver to your site. In the afternoon they have a hay ride (without the…
4 grass spots with 30 amp electric picnic table and trash cans. Dump station at the pay box but no water. Found a business that let us fill our tanks. Bathroom across from the sites. Quiet park very nicely kept. Laundry mat across the street. Would stay here again.