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Nice park for a base station to explore Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park, and the Black Hills of South Dakota. The rates are reasonable. They do have a small playground, a pool and a hot tub, nothing spectacular but they do offer them for your use. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The only suggestion I have is to use jack pads or ask the office for some wood blocks for your jacks. The ground is soft in some areas on the sites and the jacks have a tendency to sink. Other than that it was a pleasant stay and a great location to explore the area attractions. Great place to stay if you can't get a site in the parks.

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This is a great campground. We spent a week here while exploring the Black Hills. One of the nicest campgrounds we have been to on our year long travels. All roads are paved, sites are big concrete pads with nice picnic tables, and the amenities are above expectations. They have a nice big pool with two hot tubs, basketball and tennis courts, an awesome playground and you are 10 minutes to Deadwood, 30 minutes to Rapid City, and about 1 hour from Mount Rushmore. The staff treat you with respect and go out of there way to ensure you are satisfied. I would definitely recommend this place to any family or individuals looking for an up-scale campground at a reasonable cost. We would definitely stay hear again without a question.



Peter D's RV Park

Sheridan, Wyoming

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This park is basically a field next to the interstate in the bright hot sun with no trees. The sites are all gravel and there is a lot of dust around. Wi-Fi did not work as promised as it constantly lost range in the back of the campground. We made a reservation for late arrival guaranteed by credit card. We awoke in the early morning with someone beating on our door like the rig was on fire. It was the owner wanting us to come in to the office to pay...even though I personally gave them my credit card information the night before. So I went down to the office and then they start adding on for kids, etc...even though they have no amenities for the kids to enjoy. The management was rude (owner and his wife) and acted like we were trying to rip them off by not being down in the office by 8 AM. Then on our day of departure an hour before check out time, the owner is beating on our door again reminding us that we have to be out by 11 AM. Honestly, you would be better off staying at the Walmart if your looking for a place to just stay overnight. If your looking for a place to "camp" - then this definitely is not the place. I would seek other alternatives based on our experience. We have been on the road for a year, and this by far is the worst campground experience we have encountered and a very rude old man running the place with little respect for privacy or for families.