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We had a nice campsite and enjoyed our visit. Boathouse was well maintained. Enjoyed the views and the visit of a Buffalo one evening (he was close, but not too close).
We arrived but the gate was locked. We walled to the camping spots and it looks like it would have been a great place to stay, covered tables, sites far apart, surreal flaring wells on the distant mountains. The water was really low. We stated outside the gate and had no issues.
Spread our shaded spots close to the river front and away from regular traffic. First come first serve camping Things to know: No showers Seasonal host No hooks ups
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Very minimal shade and very hot in June but it’s definitely a good spot to stay. The spots aren’t that close to one another I’ve definitely had worse. It’s right at the beginning of the north side of Theodore Roosevelt and a good stop to stay at while visiting the park. We even saw a couple Buffalo…
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I spent three nights at the juniper campground and explored the north unit of the park. The scenic drive is amazing and saw lots of bison. The campground is quiet and well maintained. There is water available and a free rv dump. The bathrooms were super clean and the camp host was friendly.
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Went here deliberately because it is not extremely busy and has a warm lake for swimming, boating, tubing. Canoing that is very near the campground. Fantastic restaurant in Genora, ND about 5 miles away. Went in late July and flies were somewhat bothersome. But lake was so refreshing and this would…
The campground is across the LittleMo river and has amazing views. Direct access to the Maah Daah Hey trail for hiking riding or biking. A great hike amid the cattle. 3 loops to camp, livestock accessible, but no electric and a pump for water. A variety of back In and pull thru sites. Dump…
This park was clean and would work well if attending the adjacent fair. Right on a main road. We passed on staying as it had little character or appeal for a 2 night stay and at $35 a night electric only, a $5 dollar dump fee and no potable water was not worth the cost. Separate RV and tenting…
The campground was very nice, tent and rv sites available. The campground host, Bill, was very nice and informative. The bathrooms had clean toilets, and drinking water was also available.
I was able to see the northern lights here once! Good trail access
Doesn’t ever seem to be to full. Awesome access to the lake
Easy access off Hwy 2. We were there in first week of June & had place to ourselves, but there are MANY sites, most on the reservoir. Not a walking or swimming beach, but lots of birds & waterfowl, and gophers! Grass sites & trees, pit toilets & that’s it.
Lots of mosquitos and flies! Please read other review, it’s very accurate. Shaded, easy river access. Pelicans at falls! Very off the beaten track, I arrived on a Saturday as park was full, still plenty off sites open.
This site was very scenic and secluded, with trees between the sites making them much more private. Great hiking nearby, and only a couple other people there on a weekend in June. Great option if other sites are booked. $10 cash.
$10 use fee per night.. Small lake recreation area with 18 sites and vault toilets. Hand pump water available at the day use area. Pack in pack out. The sites are spread out in 3 loops. Clean and very nicely done with sheltered picnic tables. 16 miles from nearest store in beautiful surroundings…
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