There's no getting around that this is a well-maintained park. We stayed here in 2018 for a over a month. October 2019 stay was for three weeks. Everything was fine until a rouge storm was predicted to come in the last week we were to be there. We decided that it might be best for us to head back home. So, I went to the owner and told her what our intentions were and wondered if we might be able to get a few nights credit(not a whole week) with them for 2020 as we were going to come back again. She said she would have to discuss it with her husband and let me know. Two days later still no answer. My wife saw them together while she was walking the dog and again asked if we could get some days off for the 2020 stay, we were planning with our grown kids. They were very rude about it and said they would not do that. We were not asking for any money back. But since we had been with them the year before for over a month, we hoped they would like to get a little more money out of us the following year. I guess they feel that they are the best place in Custer, and they don't have to be worry about any lost revenue. The day we left it snowed up to 6 inches that night and stayed in the teens for the next 3 days. Our propane tank in the motorhome would have run out the first night. So, if you have a problem while you're there don't look for any understanding from these people. Most of the bad reviews I saw after this encounter was how rude the owners were. There are other nice RV parks in Custer. We will give them our money.
The park has not only multiple pull throughs, but most sites handle a 45 foot coach with ample room for the toad.
Just far enough off the hiway to be quiet during even bike week, and super clean.
Very convenient to the state park and Custer and forestry roads for hiking or 4 wheeling.
This is a great choice for a campground. Each site is spaced out where you don't feel like you are hanging out in your neighbor's campground! Each site backs up to wooded areas with a view. This campground has full hookup with laundry services that are nice. We didn't use the shower house but they looked well kept. Custer's Gulch RV park is tucked away from the highway so you don't hear any of the road noise. I would highly recommend this RV park to anyone traveling up that way.
We got into Custer's Gulch at night in a thunderstorm. The staff left out our reservation paperwork so we knew where to go. As dark as it was at night pulling into the spot was a breeze. Fairly level and kinda far back off the road. We had a full hookup site. Water was discolored but tasted fine, hey its well water and it's camping. Being that we arrived at night we woke up to one of the most picturesque views. A sunny clear day in the black hills. Check in morning was easy and the staff was friendly. There are laundry facilities and a bath house. Dumpster is kinda far away but that's a good thing if you ask me. Gravel roads are in great shape. The campground is 5 minutes from Custer, SD and within 30 minutes of all the must do sites.