Sleepy Hollow is located one block from the world famous Wall Drug! The city of Wall, The Window to the West, also the west entrance of the Badlands National Park Loop and bordering the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands. Mount Rushmore and Sturgis are 65-70 minutes away!
All of our 59 RV sites are pull thrus. We offer a heated swimming pool and cable TV. Pets are welcome and we have a new dog park.
We are a Good Sam Park and AAA approved. Our restrooms were rated 10 out of 10 in 2015 for the 5th consecutive year by Trailer Life/Good Sam Club
Friendly staff at check in. We were tent camping and were given a weird site at the back of the tent area when nobody was there. Sorta weird but we rolled with it. They have a camp store, pool, laundry, showers and clean restrooms. The pool was nice but got crowed because it was smaller.
The best draw to this campground is that it’s a 2 block walk to the famous wall drug store. So there is tons to do. The badlands national park is a must see and very close as well. I would recommend this campground again for its location and friendly staff.
A place to spend a night. Level & did not have to unhook. Full hookups & cable. We did not use the cable
My three girls and I were so excited to get to our campsite after an eight hour drive. When we got to the office, we had to wait to check in, because the keeper was on the phone. It gave us a chance to check out the pool. Nasty, green and tiny is how my kids described it to me. We finally were able to talk with the check in lady and she said “ well, I guess I’d call the pool out of order, probably for the summer!” I then got the map of the campground and bought a small bundle of wood…$8.00 a bundle…! We found our site, ten feet from a swamp on uneven, unmowed grass. The fire pit, was tiny, with a half of a grate for cooking. We actually, set up our tent, under an out building, since that was the only ground that was level and not swarming with mosquitos. We are making out the best we can, but will NEVER be back to tent, or camp at this campgrounds again!
Very close to Wall Drug attraction, quiet camp ground accommodating RVs and tents. We camped in a tent, and although it rained enjoyed our stay. Staff is nice, facilities are clean. Would recommend!
On an “I’m gunna lose my mind if I don’t get outta here” whim, I picked this campground as it seemed to be right in the middle of everything. In one day we checked out Mt Rushmore, drove back to the camp site to have lunch then went to the badlands and before leaving the next morn, we tootled around wall drug. We lucked out getting a tent site with the shelter as I was unprepared for the rain and wind. We had a nice stay at a nice little clean campground and the dog enjoyed running around the fenced pet area after spending so much time in the car.
You can walk faster than you can from Wall Drug parking areas. Friendly service, great restrooms, and a small pool.
Very accommodating, had a late night arrival and our RV site was ready too go. Stood overnight just to go to Badlands and Wall.
free showers, on site laundry for $1.25 wash and same to dry, swimming pool, little kids playground. we stayed in a cabin, primitive, but super clean and comfy. nice beds, you provide linens.
We found this campground late one night coming out of the Badlands. It was a nice campground with a clean bathhouse. It is surprisingly quiet to be so close to the main roads through Wall. Be sure to stop by Wall Drug. It is a tourist trap but it is pretty neat to walk through all of the shops. It also has some nice places to eat.
I was looking for a campground near the Badlands but it was a rainy summer and the roads to the rustic campsites were questionable for my small car. I kept seeing signs for the famous town of Wall, SD, and decided to check it out. Sleepy Hollow is tucked away at the far end of town but within a few blocks of walking distance to the touristy area. The owners found me a tent site that was dried out enough and had some shade. Most of the sites are for RVs and are more sunny. The tourist oriented town is only a few blocks away but yet I didn't hear any noise. It was nice to walk into town to see things but I really came here for the Badlands. The road south out of town took me to a 30 mile route through the Badlands. I found many places for photos right along the road but loved the long hiking trail that took me into remote country. The Badlands are uniquely beautiful and this campground was located to give me quick access to them. Getting there early meant I was able to see perfect lighting as well as animal life. I'm recommending this campsite as an alternative in the rainy season but also if you want to be close to town for restaurants and the like.