Date of Stay: April, 2016
We went to Quincy to buy a 1964 Corvair for my girl. We pulled the car trailer with the coach and this is the only RV park in the area. Weather was horrible or we would have stayed longer. Nice little park with a gracious owner. It was a little noisy in the morning with the road traffic but it didn't ruin our stay. Well maintained park and the owner Denise works hard at keeping it that way. We will be back.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
This is a very nice park. Roads could use a little work for motorcycle use but it's very well kept up here. The owner is a fellow motorcyclist and was very nice and helpful as to where the best riding was in the area. And the area is awesome for riding! As with most RV parks, the Internet was blah...When it worked it was slow. I think fast Internet is the most neglected NEED at most parks. Our site seemed a little uneven. The front of the space went down so after leveling we had a bit of a climb to get into our rig. We will definitely be back though. We did not use the bathrooms or showers so I can't comment on them but the owner is very dedicated to running a nice and clean place. I highly recommend Wanderlust RV Park!
Date of Stay: August, 2015
That $200 per night is for Sturgis Bike Week, and a bargain compared to most of the sites in the area during Rally. This was our 3rd year here. We love the proximity to everything that's happening during Sturgis Bike Week. Easy access to the Black Hills, Devils Tower, Sturgis. Also, we are 68' on the ground with a 41' Class A and a 26' car/bike hauler behind, so the large sites are great for us. Internet service is okay most of the time but you always want better at any campground. The only thing that would make this park nicer would be some trees. But it's new and they have to grow. We love it here and will be back.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Our stay here was wonderful. Owner was very nice and helpful. Everything is so well maintained and clean. We didn't swim but the pool was beautiful. It's a great location if you are looking to ATV. The area has hundreds of miles of trails easily accessed from Irons RV Park. The only thing that could be better is the WiFi. Very weak signal and we were fairly close to the office. Someone needs to instruct all campgrounds how to make the internet work all the time for everyone. Being connected is an important part of modern life now. But don't let that keep you from staying here. We'll be back!
Date of Stay: March, 2013
This was our 1st trip in our 1st RV. We were down for Bike Week in neighboring Daytona Beach. Check in was a breeze. Staff was very nice and gave us a great spot near the entrance. Easy pull in and out. After parking and disconnecting the truck, we noticed we couldn't use our awning because of a tree so close to us. It's rather tight but I could have been more attentive during setup. The park was very quiet at night which was nice. The only thing I didn't care for was that we were not allowed to keep our Harley at our site. They do this to keep the noise down at night but I had to go buy a cover to keep the dirt off my bike in their "bike corral" Leaving my $30,000 bike in an open corral was not making me sleep well despite having security on duty. Other than that, we would recommend this campground. If we go back down that way we would most certainly stay there again.