good campground if you’re alright with being in town or need electricity. Close to spearfish canyon and the creek runs right through the capground.
We originally were going to stay in the Badlands national park but the weather turned cold so we decided to switch since fires are not allowed in the National park. Pro: This campsite was close enough to everything of interest. We did get up early and drove 1 hour and 45 minutes to the Badlands for sunrise. Spectacular! We did Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse monument another day and a third day hiking and checking out the local waterfalls.
The camp sites are very close together ( no privacy) but people were quiet and respectful. There is a lovely creek you can sit by and enjoy. Facilities clean . Management is friendly and laid back. The laid back was a con for us as dogs were allowed to be off leash inspite of the 6 foot leash rule. That was not good for our small dog when a large dog ran over to check out my dogs food. (The loose dog owners loved it!)
right along spearfish creek, this campground was really nice and kept up well. Clean, good upkeep on the bathrooms and walking distance from grocery stores and laundry, etc. Fishing is fun and there is the hatchery nearby. Also ventured up to Spearfish Canyon for a hike, which i highly recommend if you have time as it is beautiful views - especially in the fall when the leaves are changing.
We stayed in Spearfish overnight on the way home. It was a great campground. Very clean and the people we great. The stream running through the campground is crystal clear and the kids loved playing in it. Highly recommend checking it out if you are in the area!