John H.

Lubbock , TX

Joined July 2018

More an RV park than a campground.

We had trouble finding a campground near Theadore Roosevelt NP and had to settle on this one. It was in Medora,SD and the spaces were extremely close to each other. It was a convent to get to the NP and the staff there was very friendly. They could use some maintainer and cleaning on their bath house. It was had spiderwebs everywhere and was not very clean. They had full hook-ups and some spots with just water. This campground was geared more for people staying only a few nights to watch the towns musical MEDORA not really for camping.

First to Review
Nice little stop while traveling!

We found this nice little city park in McCook, NE which allows camping and has free electric hook-ups, and restrooms. There are only 7 spaces but the park is well maintained. There is no reservations it’s a first come first serve. There is a 3 day limit on your stay. It was a great stopping point for anyone needing a quick stop. There are trees surround the park and a little river running beside the park. The even had LIGHTENING BUGS !!

Great place to stay while visiting Mt. Rushmore

This campground was great for all types of camping. They had full hookups to dry camping. It was on the out skirts of Custer, SD but away from the busier areas. It was close to many other places to visit like Crazy Horse, the hot springs, Wind Cave NP, Jewel Cave NP and Custer State park. They had a swimming pool and a large water slide for a small fee. The best part was you were allowed to have a campfire. The one bad thing was the spaces were a little too close for my personal likings. Over all it was a great campground.

Great campground if it was properly maintained.

This campground is great location and has a lot of amenities. The only problem was the WiFi was limited to close proximity to the office and the showers and bathrooms needed to be cleaned. The facIlItIes were never cleaned the two days we stayed there.

Convenient and clean campground

This campground is just minutes away from West Yellowstone and the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. the camp was clean and well maintained. A great recommendation if your visiting Yellowstone National Park.

Convenient and shady

Slickrock has easy access to Arches National Park and had a lot of camp sites. The campsites has picnic tables and grills. The grill in the sit we had was old and burned out on the bottom. It needed to be replaced. They had a pool and a small store will basic essentials. The the office and pool area was in need of repairs and updating. Over all it was a good campground.

Clean and very well maintained.

This evening campground was very clean and well maintained. They had a pool for guest along with a contentinal breakfast. However it was only beagles and cereal but it was included in the cost of camping.