No Fires
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Red Trail Campground

Red Trail is a family owned and operated campground. There are 100 sites with at least 30 amp electricity.

Operator
Private
Access
Features
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No ADA Access
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Fires
Pets Allowed
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Water Hookups
Location
Red Trail Campground is located in North Dakota
Latitude
46.914 N
Longitude
-103.524 W
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Directions
From the East (Westbound) on I-94: Take exit 27. Go about 1 & 1/2 miles. Come to the Badlands Motel on your right - turn left, cross the tracks, go 1 & 1/2 blocks, and you are there. From the west (Eastbound) on I-94: Take exit 24. ONLY. At the end of the exit ramp turn right and go about 2 miles, come to the Badlands Motel on the left side - turn right at that corner then cross the tracks and go 1 & 1/2 blocks, and you are there.
3 Reviews of Red Trail Campground
Red Trail cAMPGROUND

This campground was good. There are 2 campsites with full hookups, that includes electric. But it was taken by RV campers when I got there. The sites there are family run.They don't maintain the campground very well. The showers were really clean and the site was pretty clean too. The site s fill up very quickly so you should go pretty early. I went at 9 in the morning and the sites were almost filled already. The sites are really big an can fit 3 5 person tents.

First to Review
Pretty, But Not Off-Season-Friendly

We stayed at the Red Trail Campground in Medora, North Dakota, the last weekend in April 2016. This private campground is quite large for such a small town, but during the off-season there are only about 15 sites available. The sites are primitive through electric, water, and sewer hookups. Cable was available for $5 more. We did not pay for it. Somehow, the Wi-Fi is not available in the off-season, even though the signal is there… in other words, even though it is advertised for this campground, they will not give you the password until May 15. That was a bit frustrating for us as we planned to be able to post photos and blog from the campground during the evening. The site itself was small. We have a 17' travel trailer that just fit, with a picnic table next to it. Our site did not have a grill at it, but there were several empty sites that had portable charcoal grills available so we were allowed to move one to our location. There is a shower house, but it is another amenity that is closed during the off-season, so we cannot give our opinion on that service. We never saw an adult owner during our stay. The oldest son was in charge of our check in, guiding us to the site, explaining that there was no Wi-Fi in April, and taking our money, which was cash and check ONLY, NO CREDIT CARDS. In addition, although it is a Good Sam park, we we not able to get a discount for membership because it was "off-season prices". Although the young man was friendly and helpful, we would have felt more secure in our stay speaking with someone over 18 on the premises. The location to Theodore Roosevelt National Park was the main reason for our stay, and for this we were not disappointed. The campground is located near the BNSF railroad tracks, so expect to hear an occasional train pass by (including horn blares). In general, the campground is located away from the main roads, so it was quite quiet besides the trains, and we had a very nice bluff view behind us at our site.