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Passing through ND in late October and needed a place to stay and this campground worked out well. The folks were accommodating. They don’t take credit cards though. The campground was clean and RV sites graveled and level. The water was turned off due to the recent freezing weather. The associated bar and grill were filled with locals. Bison herd and western novelist Louis L’Amour birthplace near by.
This campground is not far from I-94. The campground is clean, quiet, and beautiful. We enjoyed the views of the lake and the rolling hill, the immaculate star gazing, and peacefulness of this camp ground.
There is a resort nearby with ice cream, firewood, and souvenirs.
Coming from the East, we made the mistake of taking highway 17, which happens to be a dirt road. If you take highway 19 it’s completely paved.
Well kept park. We stayed in the Ziebach campground. It has trees, water and electricity. There is another campground with full h/u but no shade and costs more. There is also fully shaded primitive tent camping on the water. There is a sanitary dump and small store. Great shower house. Very clean and quiet. Many boaters there is a ramp there.
We camped here on a weekday and had the whole place to ourselves. Quiet (other than distant freeway noise) well maintained, accommodating camp host. I imagine on weekend this place might be crowded with 50+ sites somewhat close together so might avoid… but was great on a Wed. Lots of trees and green space. Has water and electrical hook ups.