Welcome to the oasis of the Badlands! This KOA is just 4 miles from Badlands National Park. The rugged beauty of the Badlands includes a rich fossil bed and the nation's largest protected mixed-grass prairie, where you'll find bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs. The campground is in a quiet rural setting with hundreds of large shade trees beside the White River. Enjoy the pool, fun-bike rentals, mini golf and a large pet park. Pancake breakfasts, Indian tacos and more are served Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Choose from Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins, full-hookup Pull-Thru RV Sites, tepees, Premium Tent Sites (with shelter, sink and electricity), standard shaded Tent Sites and big-rig friendly sites with a patio area. Free Wi-Fi! Stop by the grocery store and gift shop. Max pull thru: 120 feet
Best KOA we have stayed at. Great location with a top notch facility. Bob and Karen are wonderful hosts. This is definitely worth the visit.
This was our second time staying at the Badlands/White River KOA. It’s a nice campground but our timing was bad for heat, biting flies and mosquitos. The campground fogged for bugs at night. Still, electricity, clean bathrooms, and an excellent location for getting to the Badlands National Park quickly.
This campsite is probably one of the most luxurious we’ve stayed at. It was our first KOA. It is conveniently located right off the scenic badlands loop. Restrooms and showers were very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. Our biggest complaint would be that the mosquitoes were TERRIBLE. But the campsite is located right next to water, so that was to be expected. What was unexpected was the host fogging the whole campsite (he warned us first so we could wait for a few minutes in our car) which helped tremendously! The site had wifi and a little convenience store which offered a few snacks and drinks. They have a pool (not yet open during our stay) and activities for children. When we left the campsite headed for the black hills, we saw lots of wildlife. Overall we would definitely stay again!
This tree-filled campground is very near the entrance to the Badlands National Park. Trees large enough to provide shade - what a luxury in the Badlands area! The campground had all the amenities, although the wifi was a little glitchy. The Badlands did not disappoint! We thoroughly enjoyed the park and visited in the morning, during the day and in the evening to catch the sunset. We also transported our bikes to the park to ride on the Sage Creek Road through the national park. It was a great 23-mile ride, although the advertised"rolling hills" were steeper than I would have guessed. We saw mountain goats with babies, lots of bison, and tons of prairie dogs!
Great location if you are visiting the Badlands. The sites were all nice with lots of trees around. The pull through sites in the back of the park were huge. Modern and clean bathrooms and showers. The pool was over chlorinated but was clean and well kept. Friendly staff that you can tell really care about making this a nice campground.
Pack deet bug spray and long sleeves. This year was a wet one and everywhere in the Badlands is mosquito heaven.. Besides that the parks great
We stayed overnight in a W/E PT for $48. The campground has lots of trees and there's a nice size dog run. Only a few minutes drive from Badlands NP entrance.
This KOA is kinda outside of anything which is nice. It is quiet and has a dog park for your pets which is awesome. The bathrooms were clean and the people who checked us in were super nice. I loved the little fast food place they had too. That was very convenient for us.
This KOA is located near the Badlands and provides excellent cabins and facilities. They also have options such as breakfast, dinner, pool, and a camp store!
Staff is very organized, just follow directions and they’ll get you all set up. Lots of trees and next to White River. Lots of sites, pool is very slippery so hold on. Close to the Badlands and great sunsets. Definitely coming back for a longer stay.