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This has become our default campground in the area. Cleaner and quieter then the other two. Since I'm "from" GF I know the area well and this is certainly in a better neighborhood then "one" and easier "big rig" access then "two". Plus base security comes through a few times a day. We've never found the "no reservation" thing an issue as we don't try to stay here during "busy" times (like the Fair). We found the campground access easy and the WiFi usable.

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Far enough off the freeway that the noise was low, but not so far as to be hard to access. The staff was helpful, but they only do so much. Typical KOA (and that's not a recommendation) We might stay here again, but probably would try someplace else.

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An older campground that was allowed to run down with new owners that are putting a real effort into bringing it back. Far enough from the freeway that the noise is not too bad. Plus they have a large storm shelter (there was a tornado warning to the west) We'd probably stay here again.

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While clean this KOA is what KOA's are all too often, overpriced. The campground was designed before RVs had many slides and were shorter. This made maneuvering tight. I doubt we would ever stay here again.

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Roads rutted and tight, spots close together. Many family activities possible, but we were only stopping for the night. Many long-term campers in our area, but most were reasonably orderly.

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Quiet and shady, nice over-night stop on a hot day and with a pool to boot! The staff was helpful and informative. Far enough from the freeway that there was no road noise. While their wifi provider is Tengo, it was the first time we have ever had Tengo when everything worked. We'd certainly stay here again.

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Clean & quiet, far enough off the freeway there is no noise. Looks like it is busy and crowded on weekends but we were there on a weekday. We'd certainly stay there again.

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A quiet simple stop on the road. The wifi only works near the office. The office staff is nice, but doesn't understand RVs. She attempted to put us into a spot that was far too short and admitted she didn't know we would have had to disconnect to fit. She quickly gave us a spot that would work.

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A park that was allowed to run down, but the current owners are putting time & effort into fixing. We stayed here for general easy access to both Rushmore & Badlands NP.

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Easy access from the freeway, freeway noise not excessive. This campground is an example of what KOAs should be, but all too often are not. The entire campground is clean and well maintained. While the spaces are close, there is enough room for modern RVs with their length and slide-outs. The pet area is excellent.

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Our usual stop in this area and it will continue to be. This campground is further from the interstate than the other one in the area and quieter as a result.

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Clean & Comfortable While close to the freeway the noise was not real bad. We'd probably stay there again.

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Very busy campground, of the 59 sites in the loop we were in, all but 4 were occupied, on week-day nights. The way the all sites are laid out, you might want to park "backwards" to the site. This puts the power on the wrong side, but the table on the right. All sites are in pairs, and can be narrow if large rigs with slides are assigned to the same pair. When we were there the majority of users were rental RVs, one night 34 of the 45 occupied sites in our loop were rentals.

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There are 52 unserviced (no power) sites and 30 with power. They advertise 15 amp, but all outlets are 30 amp. There is one serviced site (#1), with power, water and sewer. But it is marked "host", but unoccupied. There is a notice that the water spigots (three?) may be out due to construction, and they were at the time we were there. A number of the serviced sites a marked "reserved" and are supposed to be occupied only by reservation. At the time we were there, none were. This campground is very quiet, even with the near-by bridge rebuilding. Due to the bridge work the "up the hill" Old Man Recreation site is not easily available, so the dump-site, shower, etc are not easily accessible (a long drive around is required). The "bathhouses" on site are all pit-toilets (with electric lights). We would stay here again.

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Note, over and above the campground fee, there is a daily vehicle fee, although 3-day, 7-day, etc. passes are available. There is one (full service) bathhouse for the entire park,. They clean it twice a day, and they need to. Showers are only available here, and are included in the campground fee. There are also several pit-toilet "washhouses". Some have running water, some do not. The published site lengths appear to be conservative, as we easily fit in a "45 ft" site, even though we are 48 ft long (connected) and more like 55 ft disconnected. All sites have power, a fire-pit and a table. Sites vary from full sun to mostly shaded. Firewood is provided. Given the "wetlands", even inside the campground, bugs can be a problem. Many of the frequent visitors have screen rooms or houses. We would stay here again.