This is an OK park is you like quiet and rural. There is no cable TV and no Wi-Fi, even though management said there was. My Verizon air card would not even work because of the distance from civilization. For the price this park was worth it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rating this campground is a little difficult because the untidiness of it is not entirely their fault. Devil's Lake is rising and taking a lot of land with it. Therefore, road and dike construction is all around the lake making everything dusty. Getting around takes awhile as you must wait for pilot cars on most stretches. The campground has unlevel, gravel sites with weeds in between the sites although there is ample space. We moved from one site to another because our jacks buried into the ground-one about a foot. We're a big rig. No Wi-Fi. Campground owners are former farmers and are trying to make a living in a difficult situation so it's hard to be too negative. The road by the campground is supposed to be paved in a couple of weeks so that should help. Fort Totten is interesting and the fishing is great. The area reminded us of Alaska. All the campgrounds in the area are in the same situation. We would come back again but maybe after the construction, alto the fishing was fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is mainly for seasonal use sites with some sites set aside for over nighters or short stays. The park is open in the winter with cabins for rent and wheeled ice shanties. Guided fishing is available. The park is very clean and close to some of the best fishing at Devil’s Lake. Call for availability of a site. We camped here in a Motorhome.