Very pretty park with young trees, level sites but tight fit if busy, and good Wi-Fi. Pond is not available for fishing or swimming. No exhaust fan or benches in restrooms to sit children while dressing. Restrooms/showers are locked and require the combination to open, with men and women having different combinations. Inconvenient for children to remember the letter/number combo or if needed in a hurry as a storm shelter. Folks friendly. Office closed other than 2:00-8:30, self-registration otherwise, which means writing down your credit card/Good Sam info. and placing in box and choosing sites 1-4. Office is not a camp store. Very peaceful park with a little road noise. There is a pavilion but no children's play area. We enjoyed our stay! We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $22.00
I called ahead to make sure there would be a spot available and the lady assured me this time of the year they were not busy and it would be self registration upon arrival. As it turned out, we were the only folks there, but the park was very well maintained. very long fairly level gravel pull through sites with excellent swing room. Wi fi was still on and it was very good, as was our Verizon signal. There was very moderate noise from the highway but very little after dark. All in all quite a nice peaceful setting with more amenities then we had expected in the rural setting. If the park was full, the side by side shared hookups could get a little close. We would stay again. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
My camper door broke and I was locked out. Owners found a locksmith to come out after hours. He was wonderful. The owners came and checked on us, and stayed to chat. The sites are huge, and they place campers so they are not next to each other, when possible, and our site, and the neighbor's, were level. Valentine has almost anything you might need and it's only a short 4 mile drive to town. Very quiet and peaceful. Would give it a 10 but no over air TV or cable. I agree with previous reviewers, the Wi-Fi was very fast. I would definitely come back. Big rig friendly! We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $25.00
This park has gone to self check in for the season. Worked very well for us. Note on the door tells you which sites to avoid due to issues and which only have 30 amp available. Nice to be able to make your own pick. Sites are level and long pull thrus. All utilities worked well. Best Wi-Fi we've found in four years of full timing. For the price this place is great and the dog loves having the room to run. There is a corral in the back corner if you are traveling with horses (small fee for use). Place looks well kept and very quiet. Towns people are pleasant and great food at the Cedar Canyon restaurant for miles down the road in town. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $29.00
Very nice park. Made reservations earlier in the month. The lady I spoke with made me feel welcome. When we arrived she had us all set up. Nice open park; grass was trimmed and cut, signage was very clear where to go. Full hookup 30/50, fire ring, picnic table, good water pressure and level. Plenty of room between sites, did not have to worry about the slide. Has laundry and nice looking bathrooms. They also have a very nice pavilion with a cooking area and tables. Looks like a person could reserve it for a large gathering. Did not have cable, sad. If it had I would have gave it a 9. No air TV. Will stay again if in the area. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $29.00
This place has so much potential, but it is being neglected. The lady sat in the office for 6 hours today watching TV, and the grass is in desperate need of mowing. The weeds are encroaching seriously on to the gravel, and the flies are horrendous. It's pretty much impossible to sit outside without being continually bothered by them. Fairly close to the highway, so there's lots of traffic noise. We won't stop here again. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount and weekly special of stay six get seventh free. Park is nice. It is situated five miles north of town. Very quiet. A little road noise from the highway, but not bad. No trains. They have a bathhouse and a laundry room. Not much shade, but it’s the prairie. Beautiful countryside. You’re actually on a small piece of a working ranch. Occasionally, you’ll hear cows, but other than that, you wouldn’t know it. Sites are level. We did not feel at all crowded during our stay. However, the sites are “nose to tail” and rather close on the left sides. The ‘curbside’ offers a small grass patio with picnic table. Best Wi-Fi of any park we’ve ever seen. It stays on and is very fast. Power is steady. Water pressure is ok and you probably won’t need a regulator. All sites are FHU. Office staff is friendly and helpful. They know the area and will offer suggestions. There is a state park nearby with a waterfall and two NWR’s within a short drive, one of them has a very nice waterfall also. There is a small Native American casino four miles up the road on the SD border. Several good restaurants in town. Town folk are friendly. Nice area to spend a few days. We would stay here again. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $28.00
We stayed at here twice this summer; on our way to and from SD. We stayed 7 nights in May and 9 nights in September. This is a very spacious and clean campground with large pull throughs. It is quiet and very pleasant. We will stay again whenever we visit the area. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $25.00
We spent one night here on our way to the Badlands as it was very convenient to our route. The park is out in the open as the acreage is part of a large farming project. The sites are gravel but very spacious. The owner was very friendly and loved to hear about our travels. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here overnight on our way to South Dakota. It is out in the country but on a pretty hill. The sites are gravel. There is no shade. The park is very clean. Good for an overnight. I would come back to Valentine as there are many outdoor activities available and the town itself is charming. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $26.00
Well laid out park with all pull throughs. Each site with 20/30/50 FHU. We used our Dish satellite for TV and Verizon air card for internet. Did not use the park wifi so don't know speed. Wi-Fi shows 2 bars and we are the furthest site from the office. Trash barrels at each end of campground. Each site has fire ring/grill. There is a pavilion and small basketball half court. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Sites are well kept as are the restrooms which require a provided at check-in code. All sites are level/gravel. GPS 42.93243,-100.573346 We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $28.00
This is such a clean, neat little park. Lovely owner, down to earth. Large sites. Excellent bathrooms and showers. Everything is spotless. And the town of Valentine is uber cool. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
VERY helpful staff. No cable or antenna TV, but it is nice for a change. Family’s ranch surrounds CPGD. Good water pressure. Wi-Fi adequate. We did better with Verizon MiFi. Hwy 83 is a very bumpy road with lots of John Deere wide loads driving north. We paid Good Sam rate. Great place for a stopover. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
This is a clean, groomed park right off the Highway 83. Nothing around the RV park so would have to unhook your tow to do anything at all. Beware!! The Wi-Fi is corrupted at this campground. It is public with no access code! Would give higher rating if not for that. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.
Just a few miles south of SD state line on Hwy. 83 in rolling green hills and pastures. There are only 22 RV sites but all are long pull-throughs with full hookups, 50 amp service and free Wi-Fi. Very easy in and out, big rig friendly, picnic tables at each site, sand box filled with toys for kids, pavilion, fresh water pond (no swimming), lots of birds, plenty of green space for kids to play and to walk pets, huge skies (no satellite interference) and quiet. Roads and sites are firm, level gravel and are situated so that the driver sides of the RVs share island utility areas. The restrooms are immaculate. The owners are friendly and the property is cared for with pride. We found this one in Woodall's Directory, were pleasantly surprised and will return when in the area. It is a little gem. There are also some tenting sites. We camped at Fishberry Campground in a Motorhome.