Places to Camp near Cayuga, ND

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Best Camping Sites Near Cayuga, ND (31)

    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland
    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland
    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland
    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland
    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland
    Camper-submitted photo from Sheyenne National Grassland

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    Sheyenne National Grassland

    7 Reviews
    11 Photos
    58 Saves
    McLeod, North Dakota

    Sheyenne National Grassland is located in southeastern North Dakota, comprising 70,180 acres (28,400 ha) of public land amid 64,769 acres (26,211 ha) of privately owned land. It is characterized by sandy soils, originally deposited as the delta of an ancient river as it emptied into glacial Lake Agassiz. Since that time, wind and rain have shaped the topography into a unique landscape ranging from flat deltaic plains to choppy sand dunes. It is the only National Grassland in the tallgrass prairie region of the United States. The grassland provides habitat for greater prairie chickens in North Dakota as well as several other sensitive species such as the Dakota skipper and Regal Fritillary. It also contains one of largest populations of the western prairie fringed orchid, which has been placed on the list of Threatened Species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Other unique plants found on the grassland include other orchids and ferns. The grassland is managed with prescribed grazing, fire, and mowing. These programs are all managed in cooperation with the local grazing association. Treatment of noxious weeds is also very important and is accomplished through herbicide application, biocontrol, and sheep grazing. Recreation opportunities abound throughout the grassland. Visitors can enjoy activities such as hiking, hunting, camping, horseback riding, photography, and backpacking. See Activities section below for detailed descriptions. Some points of interest to visit while on the grassland include: Iron Springs creek, the Horseshoe Hills, Old Bridges, Owego Pioneer Cemetery, and an Old Fire Lookout Tower. The grassland is located in eastern Ransom and western Richland counties, about 12 miles (19km) east of the city of Lisbon. The grassland is administered by the Forest Service as part of the Dakota Prairie Grasslands from the Supervisor’s office in Bismarck, North Dakota. The local Sheyenne Ranger District office is located in Lisbon, North Dakota. Other places of interest in the vicinity of Sheyenne National Grassland include: The town of McLeod, North Dakota. Visitors can learn about the area’s history, including some of the Grassland’s history at the McLeod Museum Complex. The museum complex includes a Presbyterian Church built in 1909, the Soo Line Depot, a homestead house built in the late 1800s, and a one-room school house which operated from 1904-2002. McLeod is located three miles south of Highway 27 on County Road 54 or 149th Avenue SE. The Nature Conservancy operates Brown Ranchthrough their Sheyenne Delta office located just a few miles southwest of McLeod, ND. Some of this land is managed in conjunction with the Sheyenne National Grassland. Explore the Seven Wonders of Ransom County.

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    • Dispersed
    • Showers
    • Toilets
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground
    Camper-submitted photo from Jorgen's Hollow Campground

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    Jorgen's Hollow Campground

    10 Reviews
    27 Photos
    55 Saves
    Leonard, North Dakota

    Jorgen’s Hollow Campground is located forty miles southwest of Fargo, North Dakota. Click here for a map of the Jorgen’s Hollow Campground and Trails. Jorgen’s Hollow Campground has 14 primitive campsites nestled within the oak savanna. Seven of those sites allow campers to have horses and seven sites are designated for campers without horses. Each campsite has a graveled pad, with a picnic table and fire ring. Campsites are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis. Potable water and vaulted toilets are available. While at the campground, you can enjoy the area by hiking the Oak Leafor North Country National Scenic Trail, viewing wildlife, birding, identifying wildflowers, and many other activities. Trailheads are located in the campground. Directions from ND Highway 18: Turn west onto County Road 4, travel three miles and turn north on County Road 23. Travel north on County Road 23 for two and three quarter’s mile until you reach the campground on the east side of the road. Directions from ND Highway 27: Turn north onto County Road 4 and travel three miles, then turn east and travel one mile to County Road 23. Travel north on County Road 23 for two and three quarter’s mile until you reach the campground on the east side of the road.

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    • ADA Access
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    • Tents
    Camper-submitted photo from Hankinson Hills Campground

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    Hankinson Hills Campground

    3 Reviews
    1 Photo
    10 Saves
    Hankinson, North Dakota

    Enjoy a night under the stars on the prairie at Hankinson Hills Campground, located three miles northwest of Hankinson, North Dakota. Click here for a map of the Hankinson Hills Campground and Trail. Hankinson Hills Campground has two camping loops. One camping loop, with six campsites, allows campers to have horses and the other camping loop, with nine campsites, is designated for campers without horses. There are a total of 15 campsites, each with a picnic table and fire ring. There is a large picnic shelter for day use and group events, as well as a large group fire ring with benches. The large picnic shelter is free-of-charge and open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis. While at the campground, you can enjoy the area by hiking the eight-mile loop Hankinson Hills Trail, viewing wildlife, identifying wildflowers, and many other activities. One of the trailheads for Hankinson Hills Trail is located in the campground.

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      Silver Lake Rec Area

      1 Review
      2 Saves
      Cayuga, North Dakota
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      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • RVs
      • Tents
      Camper-submitted photo from Hankinson City Park

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      Hankinson City Park

      3 Reviews
      1 Photo
      2 Saves
      Hankinson, North Dakota
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      • Fires
      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • RVs
      Camper-submitted photo from Fort Sisseton State Park Campground
      Camper-submitted photo from Fort Sisseton State Park Campground

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      Fort Sisseton State Park Campground

      3 Reviews
      2 Photos
      6 Saves
      Lake City, South Dakota
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      • Electric Hookups
      • Phone Service
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      • RVs
      Camper-submitted photo from Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park
      Camper-submitted photo from Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park

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      Roy Lake West — Roy Lake State Park

      2 Reviews
      5 Photos
      Lake City, South Dakota

      Plan to enjoy all the park offers by camping overnight. Two campgrounds at Roy Lake State Park provide electrical and basic sites, modern comfort stations with showers and flush toilets and dump station. Snuggle into a charming camping cabin that sleeps four in a set of bunk beds and double bed. Savor a meal outdoors cooked on the grill and served at the picnic table. Fishermen will find the facilities they need: boat ramp, fishing dock, fishing pole checkout and fish-cleaning station. The earliest known inhabitants of Roy Lake were members

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      Biking Trail(s)
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      Concessions
      Drinking Water
      Dump Station
      Electrical Campsite(s)
      Fish Cleaning Station(s)
      Fishing Pier(s)
      Flush Toilets
      Group Picnic Shelter(s)
      Hiking Trail(s)
      Modern Lodging
      Playground(s)
      Self-serve Entrance Kiosk(s)
      Shore Fishing Access
      Showers
      Swim Beach(es)
      Tent-only Campsite(s)
      TRACK Trail(s)
      Vault Toilets (open year-round)
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Reservable
      • ADA Access
      • RVs
      • Tents

      $15 - $155 / night

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        Roy Lake East — Roy Lake State Park

        2 Reviews
        4 Saves
        Lake City, South Dakota

        Plan to enjoy all the park offers by camping overnight. Two campgrounds at Roy Lake State Park provide electrical and basic sites, modern comfort stations with showers and flush toilets and dump station. Snuggle into a charming camping cabin that sleeps four in a set of bunk beds and double bed. Savor a meal outdoors cooked on the grill and served at the picnic table. Fishermen will find the facilities they need: boat ramp, fishing dock, fishing pole checkout and fish-cleaning station. The earliest known inhabitants of Roy Lake were members

        ADA/Accessible Features
        Biking Trail(s)
        Boat Ramp(s)
        Campground(s)
        Camping Cabin(s)
        Concessions
        Drinking Water
        Dump Station
        Electrical Campsite(s)
        Fish Cleaning Station(s)
        Fishing Pier(s)
        Flush Toilets
        Group Picnic Shelter(s)
        Hiking Trail(s)
        Modern Lodging
        Playground(s)
        Self-serve Entrance Kiosk(s)
        Shore Fishing Access
        Showers
        Swim Beach(es)
        Tent-only Campsite(s)
        TRACK Trail(s)
        Vault Toilets (open year-round)
        • Pets
        • Fires
        • Electric Hookups
        • Reservable
        • RVs
        • Tents

        $15 - $55 / night

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          Dead Colt Creek Rec Area

          1 Review
          6 Saves
          McLeod, North Dakota
          • Pets
          • Fires
          • Electric Hookups
          • Phone Service
          • Reservable
          • ADA Access
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground
          Camper-submitted photo from Fort Ransom State Park Campground

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          Fort Ransom State Park Campground

          9 Reviews
          27 Photos
          32 Saves
          Fort Ransom, North Dakota

          Nestled in the Sheyenne River Valley, about 65 miles southeast of Jamestown, Fort Ransom State Park is a 950-acre recreation area amid rolling grasslands and mixed woods. Once the site of an 1860s military encampment, the location now offers year-round outdoor recreation, from hiking, fishing, and paddling, to bird watching, horseback riding and camping. In summer, the park rents canoes and provides shuttles to the launch point, for spending leisurely days paddling down the river. In winter, its a popular destination for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. The park’s most noted event is the annual Sodbuster Days, which celebrates the farming and homesteading days of the late 1800s with arts, music, food and a rodeo.

          The campground at Fort Ransom State Park offers 80 RV, tent and equestrian campsites near the banks of the Sheyenne River. Modern RV sites, with electric and water hookups, are mostly pull-through, while primitive tent sites are mostly walk-in. A few group sites, both modern and primitive, are located near the outdoor amphitheater. The main camp area features flush toilets, showers, a playground, and a dump station. A canoe launch and fishing pier are located nearby. The primitive tent sites and equestrian camp area only offers vault toilets; the latter also has horse corrals. Other amenities include a visitor center, picnic shelters, and a dog park. Campsites are $17–$25/night.

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          • Reservable
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        Frequently Asked Questions

        What camping is available near Cayuga, ND?

        According to TheDyrt.com, Cayuga, ND offers a wide range of camping options, with 31 campgrounds and RV parks near Cayuga, ND and 2 free dispersed camping spots.

        Which is the most popular campground near Cayuga, ND?

        According to TheDyrt.com, the most popular campground near Cayuga, ND is Sheyenne National Grassland with a 5-star rating from 7 reviews.

        Where can I find free dispersed camping near Cayuga, ND?

        According to TheDyrt.com, there are 2 free dispersed camping spots near Cayuga, ND.

        What parks are near Cayuga, ND?

        According to TheDyrt.com, there are 2 parks near Cayuga, ND that allow camping, notably John Paul Hammerschmidt Lake and Arkansas River - Terry Lock and Dam.