Stayed at a site in the open field near to the road. (last site available) only down side was that you got to feel the ND winds (10-30mph+) all the time….. Next time will stay on the other side of the river at their "primitive" campsites. those sites are all in the trees and secluded. Also has walk-in tent sites. Plenty of local hiking trails right from the campsite.
Small park but still a great place to get outdoors for the day. No motors allowed on the lakes, so canoeing, kayaking and fishing are great.
Great campsites. Stayed in the non-electric sites (Cedar Campground) that are among the trees. Secluded, well spaced apart from other sites. Perfect view of the mountains. Note-Electric sites (Whitetail Flats) are all out in a large open field. Also, the back group of sites were all reserved for horse camping. Easy 10 minute drive to TRNP for great hiking. Also had local trails right at the campground. In between Sully Creek and Little Missouri River, so kayaking/canoeing/fishing all right there. Showers and toilets were always clean. Rangers and on-site host were friendly and helpful. I will go again.