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Squaw Gap, North Dakota
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43 Reviews of 2 Squaw Gap, North Dakota Campgrounds
One of Montana's hidden gems, plenty of hiking trails and don't forget your camera. So many majestic views. Camp grounds are basic with water and a very nice Disc golf course to try very skills at.
Every site seemed ideal! The self check-in process was easy, the camp host was friendly, and the showers were clean!
Absolutely worth a visit on your way to Teddy Roosevelt - push past the steep grade for some great views and privacy or enjoy the frisbee golf near the entrance...
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This campground is small, beautiful, well-maintained, and convenient to TRNP. We are tent campers. There are two small loops. There are two shower rooms in the Mandan loop (appears to be the RV loop) - one requires quarters and one does not and they are side-by-side). Water is hot. Flush toilets…
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Great spot! Beautiful sites with fantastic views. First come first camped , perfect!
Arrived 9pm tired on motorcyle weeknight end of June slept on the bench without tent hiked at 5am and left well worth the ride on my way to Theodore Roosevelt park
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.
Got to the campground at dark. Only sites available were up a 15% switchback road, trailers discouraged but we were told by the camp hosts we wouldn’t have a problem with our teardrop. The road was no joke and nerve wracking but once we were up at the top of the hill things were ok and gravel…
I didn’t make a reservation, but was able to find a site just fine! I stayed in site #29, in the Pine on the Rocks area, which was the best site I saw when I was driving around looking for one. Beautiful views right from the comfort of my hammock. The shade and a nice breeze kept me cool until the…
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.
Makoshika State Park is beautiful camping and is about as good as it gets for primitive camping. There's quite a few hiking trials, a small museum and a gift shop at the Visitors Center. The photography options are just about endless. Also, don't let anyone fool you into believing the Diane Gabriel…
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Decent privacy for a highway campground, and great for stargazing while still being surrounded by trees
Nice stop or weekend. No power, water at visiors center. Verizon service limited to none. Great trails for hikes. Hosts helpful.
This was one of several sites up a winding steep but paved road where trailers are not allowed. We had a very private site #20 with our own clean private vault toilet and garbage can. It was down a single track rutted road but our 24’ pop up truck camper made it with ease. We could see some of the…
It seems like I’ve said every campground on my trip was awesome. However it was my first time to the west AND The Dyrt helped me plan my trip so I found some AWESOME campgrounds.
Makoshika Stare Park has a Triceratops on the sign, how can you not get excited about checking it out! Kids would love…
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