This is a quiet, peaceful park on the shores of Lake Oahe. You can practically have the park to yourself during the week. The park fills up on weekends, but is still pretty quiet. The boat launch facilities are very good and well-maintained, as is the rest of the park. All sites are large and there is plenty of space between you and your neighbor. This was our first time in the campground, but it won't be the last. Rate reflects our Senior Pass discount. We stayed here in a fifth wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is not big rig friendly. Sharp turns on narrow curbed streets. Fortunately, there were no campers on 30 amp side so was able to maneuver into only site available with 50 amp full hookups. Bring a Y hose adapter as there is one water per 2 sites. Sewer hookups way to the rear or underneath. Office not open but sign says find a site and manager will come around to collect. Did not come by last night. Nice little town with good restaurant. Only four 50 amp sites and two 30 amp sites. Two of the 50 amp sites were filled with 30 amp rigs. No trees for shade as they are on the north side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Flat sites, shade trees, and full hookups. How can you go wrong at $7.50 per night (PA rate)? All sites are back-in and the first pedestal we tried was inoperable. We couldn't get TV via antenna. This CG is basically in a field next to the city park/pool and adjacent to a mobile home park. Very quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good Verizon voice & data. Fair air TV. Level grassy sites. Next to public park with a couple of pools (not yet open for the season). This is a mobile home park with a dozen RV sites available. Dip in side of road by entry may cause some rigs to drag. Passport America rate is half price for first day. Price quoted is full price. Very quiet park a block off highway 83. We camped here in a Motorhome.