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Glad Valley, South Dakota

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6 Reviews of 3 Glad Valley, South Dakota Campgrounds

Lea B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 27, 2021

A day at the park

This cute little city park has several campsites around the perimeter with electrical and water hookups. No one else was around and we enjoyed the end of this small down.

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Month of VisitSeptember
Brian K.
Reviewed Aug. 14, 2021

Simple campground with great views of the reservoir

Remote with ~14 campsites. You take a dirt road all the way in. First come first serve no fee. There isn’t a designated swim area but there is a nice sandy bottom close to the boat launch.

Month of VisitSeptember
Erin G.
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2020

Pretty and quiet...but

Nice spot, very quiet, minus the bullfrogs 💚. If it rains, the ground gets sandy soft, so if you’re in a big rig, just be mindful of when you plan to pull in or out of here. The locals seem to be kind of nosey, you’d figure they’d be used to campers staying a couple days to a week as this is a 10…

Reviewed Oct. 29, 2019

Nice spot

A little way from town. Roads were pretty good to get there. Rustic site but settled on a nice lake. Stay limit is 14 days. We were there overnight and were completely alone. Very quiet. Could tell that it was a good spot for bird hunters. We stayed there on a Monday and noticed that it had been…

  • Campsite closest to the restroom
  • Recreation area. There were multiple.
Bill S.
Reviewed Jul. 15, 2018

nice & quiet

city park with electric 20/30 amp, water, dump station, trash, bbq grills in park, picnic tables at some sites, sites are around 40’ back in sites from a paved road, pay at steel pipe on corner of road/playground, pretty nice for $10! also full bars Verizon!!

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West River J.
Reviewed Apr. 27, 2018

Hidden Away Little Gem

The campground and reservoir is nestled away in the wooded hillls south of Timber Lake, SD. Campsites and shelters are spread out along the southern and eastern sides of the water. Little clearings along hillsides with plenty of shade from tree cover. The dam is a nice place to go canoeing, boating…

Month of VisitJuly

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