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We camped here for three nights in a 26 foot TT and our site was small, tight and not level and to top it off our sewer connection was up hill. There was little or no grass and overall visual impression very poor all the sights are stacked on small terraces. The Wi-Fi didn't work we were told by the staff it would be fixed Monday today is Saturday. This park advertises Wi-Fi in big letters on their sign. The staff didn't seem to care or mind that the Wi-Fi didn't work they just said their device wouldn't connect and had to wait till Monday when the company who services it will look at the problem. This might be a common problem with this campground; one of the previous reviews that date back to 2013 had the same problem with the Wi-Fi. When we left Tuesday morning the Wi-Fi still was down. The bathrooms and restrooms are ok and were clean. I wouldn't stay here again they are way overpriced, with their cost being one of the highest in the area for full hook ups. One thing I noticed is their refund policy they will not give a refund for any reason even on reservations which should tell you the quality of the park.

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We camped here for 3 nights, there was no cell service, the Wi-Fi was working on and off, our hot spot worked fine, and the TV reception was worthless, there was no cable, we used our satellite system from our site with no problem... The fire pit was close to our rig but not really a problem if you don't leave it unattended. There is a picnic table at each site on a little concrete pad. All the sites had some grass. The hook ups were conveniently located. The staff was friendly, and the showers and bathroom, and laundry rooms were very clean and well maintained. .

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We arrived here with no reservations on a Friday afternoon and the owner / staff went out of their way to help us with a full hook up site. They only had back ins for TT's 25 foot or less and our 26 foot fit perfect in one of the end sites since we were told the two end sites were the longest and they gave us the site next to it to park our truck at no extra cost. Because the site was a back in we were given a discount. All sites are level and gravel, grass and picnic table at each site. All sites are full hookup's good Wi-Fi. Showers were clean with lots of hot water. Grass covered dog walk along one edge of park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay there again!!

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We arrived here with no reservations and the owner / staff went out of their way to help us with a full hook up site since all the camp grounds in the area were full. We stayed here for 3 nights. It is a little run down older campground that is the only reason for the 9 rating; the staff was friendly and helpful... It is within walking distance to the Wall Drug store with all the restaurants and gift shops. We are also only a short drive to the Badlands. We had no problems with noise from the railroad tracks and never even knew that a train went by every morning around 3 am and blows the whistle quite a few times. We were out of range of the Wi-Fi but were happy just to have a site and our own hotspot. If you're looking for a basic great campground you can't do better than this one.

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This is our first stay at this campground since 2006 and the personal and staff was very friendly and helpful which is a big improvement over our last stay here. This is a large campground with many sections and each area has there own special appeal. We chose to stay at the base camp with a back in site with full hookups. Our site was gravel and very level and no leveling blocks were needed all sites have a picnic table and fire pit. The Cable TV was good and the Wi-Fi was very good at our site. There are three laundries in the campground and we used the one at the main camp and it was nice and adequate. This is your idea campground for the Black Hills area which includes Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, and Custer State Park.

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The sites are a little small. Each site has a picnic table on a small patch of grass between the sites. The sites are pretty level. The wi-fi is good, and you’re within walking distance to downtown Deadwood which is about a mile away, or you can take the trolley car system that has a stop right at the park's clubhouse. It's $1 to ride into town if you don't want to walk, and it comes once an hour in the morning and twice an hour in the afternoons and evenings up until midnight. There is no cable TV in the park and because of the surrounding hills your antenna is almost worthless. They have high water pressure in the park, 60lbs and higher so make sure you have a water regulator. The laundry room was clean and more than enough washers and dryers to go around.

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This campground has new management and they are very friendly and working on making this the campground of choice in the Wall area. The campground has small level gravel sites that are slanted to allow easier entrance and exit from the sites. A picnic table is available at each site, there was very good cable TV and WiFi. The campground is within walking distance to Wall Drug. We would stay here again with no hesitation.

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We have camped at the Base Camp for the last 4 years and this year we were disappointed with our stay. The staff seemed to be rude this year and have an attitude. This is a nice camp ground and should be considered in your stay.