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8 Reviews of 12 Glencross, South Dakota Campgrounds
Nice little fishing spot. Dogs allowed we day camped here and enjoyed it alot. There was not a ton of traffic.
Stayed 1 night on a fishing trip. We had fun caught a couple fish. It's not for everyone small and only off grid tent camping.
This location used to be called Indian Memorial Campground but now it is operated by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. It is now called “ the Bay at Grand River Casino & Resort”.
The campground is beautiful. Lots of large trees offer shade to most of their 81 RV slots. Grass surrounds each site…
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We needed a place to spend the night, and with COVID many areas were closed. The ones that were full were packed. This site had everything I wanted, which was simply a place to spend the night. We parked in the grass, Vault toilet was close by.
People were camping with their rigs right on…
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…
Driving down muddy, rural roads brought up thoughts of this year’s extra snow and rain totals. It’s nice to immerse yourself in the results to open viewpoints.
Michael met me and walked me over to the camp area- after letting his 3 dogs greet me. He has a large gravel lot with an electric…
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Nice little campground mainly geared towards fishing. Heavy early morning traffic due to this being the only access to the lake for miles. Clean and well taken care of. Free showers that are well cared for with very hot water. Will be back!
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…