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About Stockade Lake S - Custer State Park
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
No Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Stockade Lake S - Custer State Park is located in South Dakota
43.771 N
-103.537 W
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5 Reviews of Stockade Lake S - Custer State Park

Such a quiet and peaceful campgroud. It's clean, well maintained, the camp hosts are super friendly and helpful, the views are stunning and wildlife wonders through the campground often.

One of the nicest I’ve been to

Spent 10 days at Custer SP at the Stockade Lake South campground with our son and his family in July. Great site on the outside of the camping loop, with a great fire place and lots of room. We had our travel trailer and they had a tent and we had lots of room for 8. Deer walked through the site most afternoons. Convenient to Mt. Rushmore, Custer, the Black Hills, Wind Cave and Jewel Cave.

Clean, nice bathrooms, good shade

Custer State Park is beautiful and this did not disappoint. Clean bathrooms with showers and nice sized, quiet sites.

Delightfully Quiet Retreat

Have stayed here in the Camping Cabins seven times in six years. This is the quietest campground in the entire Black Hills-- away from the highway, yet asphalt road leads to entrance. Near Stockade Lake- beach, fishing pier, boat launch. Campground shower house could use an upgrade, but is kept in very good cleanliness. Road to/between cabins can become a little dusty. upper cabins could use a modern rest room a little closer. Water good, hosts are helpful & accommodating. Cabins kept in good & clean conditions with really nice, unique decks on each cabin. Lakeside group site is fantastic area for groups/ family reunions who like to camp together , yet by themselves.

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Lovely sites in ponderosa pines

Quieter sites than Stockade N, because you are away from the highway (a plus during Bike Week). Grounds are clean, but it was difficult to find a level spot for our tent - we slid downhill in our tent through the night. The Custer State Park campgrounds are quite popular and it's well worth making a reservation - it's also cumbersome to find and pay for a site without a reservation.