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Good enough for one night. The set up is unique. The water and power is behind a small fence. We were told just to go out and pick a site that still had the utilities turned on. That was kind of a challenge, then we weren't sure as to the angle we were supposed to pull into the site. Saw no reason to have the water/power fenced in. Had to go around or over the fence.

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Most of the park was filled with full time residents. That didn't turn out to be much of a problem. There's not a lot to chose from in this area, and this was for one night. Woman in the office was very nice. The bathrooms and showers were some of the nicest we had seen on our whole trip. It was surprising because this is not the fanciest of RV parks.

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Stayed here to visit Crazy Horse and Mt Rushmore. Nice owners. Our spacious gravel-grass site had some shade. It was near the road, but it was pretty quiet at night. Lots of bunnies running around. We would stay here again. Custer is a neat little town. Ate at Black Hills Burgers and Buns; some of the best burgers we've ever had!

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Nice for a KOA. Usually not our favorite campgrounds. Great owners. Very close to Badlands National Park - a must see.

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This is quite a place. Huge sites on cement with a small grass area. People were great. Very uncrowded this time of year, but don't think we would go near it during the Sturgis motorcycle festivities! Visited Deadwood while here. Drove up the Spearfish Canyon - beautiful!

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We stayed here on our visit to the Battle of the Little Bighorn area. Nice folks, the park was quiet and clean. Our dirt-grass site was roomy and open and included a picnic table. Nice view.

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Kind of spendy for what you get, but it's on the way to Yellowstone so that's probably why. Wonderful owners; very helpful.

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What a beautiful area! The Sawtooth Mts are incredible! Woke up to snow on them. Hope to go back soon.

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This is a great campground. Flush toilets, but no hook ups. There's a mascot bison that roams the park, and it's obvious that he was there first. We just gave him room! We enjoyed staying here, and loved the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Visited Medora, but at this time of year, much of it was closed. Found a place to eat lunch, but it was closing at 2:00. Visited the cowboy museum there - great! Since there was no dump station in the park, we had to find one. Asked at a local campground the day before, but we were told we could not see where it was until we paid. Went back there the next morning, but no one was there! Ended up going into Dickson.

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This campground is part of a city park. It has 13 or 14 full hook up sites on gravel. There really isn't much to choose from in this area. There are hundreds of oil workers there because of the Bakkan oil project, and they are all living in RV's or temporary housing. There were 3 or 4 "residents" at this park. No problem for us, BUT we did get to witness an arrest in the city park area. The guy who manages the park was great. It was a real challenge to find it, but he was in the area so we met up and followed him. The road outside the park was under construction and it was terrible, but this was not the fault of the campground. Probably wouldn't camp there again, but we really wanted to see the north unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

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The price was a bit steep for what you got. Dirt pads and sites were pretty close. Quiet and the surroundings were absolutely beautiful. Nice gift shop.

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We've stayed here before. Nice and clean, quiet; spaces are a bit close, but not bad. Folks are very nice and helpful.

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We camped here for 8 days so we could explore ALL the incredible stuff this area has. We got a site in the last row which backed up to a huge open area (part of a reservation). Incredibly quiet here. The owners are wonderful and have a great gift shop. They were very helpful also. The park was never very crowded while we were there. We would definitely camp here again.

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This is the only game in town. Stayed there on our way to Moab. A few pull thru sites which are right on the highway, but it wasn't a big deal. The water and power seem to be located in an odd place at each site - almost in the middle of the pad where they would be under your unit. It worked fine for one night, but we didn't have much choice.

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Right near the highway, but the noise wasn't bad at all. Service was great and the the folks were very friendly. Unfortunately they were moving on to another RV park. Stayed one night on our way to Utah. We would definitely stay again.