The Wrinkled Rock Climbers trailhead provides parking for Mount Rushmore area rock climbing opportunities. Climbing information, climbers bivy sites and a toilet facility are available. Climbing the Mount Rushmore sculpture is prohibited. There are many climbing opportunities in the Park on other rock formations. A climbing brochure is available in the Information Center and at the Lincoln Borglum Museum.
this little gem is only a mile away from Mount Rushmore. it’s nothing more than a gravel parking lot with a few tent pads and a vault toilet, but it was very quiet and perfect for hammocks.
great location just 5 minutes away from Mt. Rushmore. free site but no fire rings. it does have toliets. There is just a parking lot with a large open area to pitch a tent. The slide is about 5 minutes on the other side of Rushmore
The visit was good but it is starting to become like a KOA. Wrinkled rock is supposed to be a climbers place where people are respectful of others and their things, this is starting to change. People bringing their small children, children of older ages that want to stay up until 3am and are NOT quiet about it! We will be looking for a new place to lay our heads next time. So sad too say that.
Well it’s free and in an AWESOME location. Lots of hiking around. Only a few actual tent pads but you can set up anywhere. No fires! Pets are OK.
Great place to stay for free only a few miles from mount rushmore. There are several specific places for tents to be put up. 14 day maximum stay, bathroom on sight.
Super convenient for climbers. Scenic campgrounds with 100s of climbing routes within walking distance. There is no water or electricity and only one latrine. This adds to the rustic feel and keeps the crowds away which is nice considering the proximity to Mt. Rushmore and other tourist traps. Swimming and cliff jumping at Horsethief lake only a short walk away.