11 Parks near Belfield, North Dakota
Jul 2016 - $35.00
There are 20 sites here. All sites have 20/30/50 amp, water and electric.
That's all there is. No restrooms or showers. No Wi-Fi. No manager/owner on site. Water pressure was so low we had to use our on board pump to take showers. You put your check in a drop box when you arrive. Sites are overgrown but the weeds were mowed. Trees need trimming so as not to run on your RV. All sites slope toward the North. I would not recommend this park unless maybe they start taking Passport America. At $35 a night ($200 a week) this place is way over priced. Oh yea, there is nothing in the town of Belfield to do. - jprisbe
Jul 2010 - $24.00
This place needs work. The the pull through sites are unlevel grass, ours had deep depressions where we need to park. The access roads through the restaurant parking lot are very rough. Most of the full hookup sites are taken by long term residents, looking quite trashy. Not really worth the $24 paid, but it's the only place in town. The other "campground" here, is now filled with permanent FEMA surplus trailers being used possibly as rentals. Upside, the sites are larger than those found at the two private campgrounds in Medora and not as dusty. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2007 - $24.00
Upside: good restaurant, Dairy Queen next door, friendly staff Downside: 18-wheelers rolling around, freeway and highway noise, train nearby, laundry is at motel not at campground and not an easy walk with a full basket of laundry, dusty - Oldtymrs
Sep 2016 - $35.00
We echo the reviews below from 2016. Can only beat the bush so hard... Teddy Roosevelt Nat. park and the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is the big draw here, and the park is OK for a 2-3 day stay. Nothing spectacular, just a general gravel road park needing some updating. Site was average and we did pay the $2.00 extra fee for cable which was nothing short of terrible, but better than zero stations available over the air! Convenient to town is the key phrase here. - AlaskaJack
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We camped here for two nights in order to Golf at Bully Pulpit golf Course on our way to Billings MT. Previous reviews complained about the crowdedness. Yes, the park is tight, but it isn't as bad as some others we've stayed at. The water pressure was good. We felt is was a good value. Other campgrounds were either closed for the season a bit "out of town" for our taste. We would stay here again if we are in the area. - rlhoge
Sep 2016 - $35.00
There are few alternatives in this area with the state and National Park campsites with no utilities. Spaces are close and on fairly level gravel. Interior roads are also gravel and dirt so heavy rains cause potholes. If full maneuverability would be difficult in some back in spaces. Laundry room was clean and $2/load and $1/dryer load. Cable was an extra $2/night. Free WiFi worked well. Verizon data and cell worked well. No area to walk dogs in park however there is a wide sidewalk along a grassy area on the main road. - bbmidwife
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Nice city campground. The pull-thru sites were pretty close (way too close when your neighbor starts the diesel at 6:00) but adequate and long enough for our tow vehicle. Our site was quite shady which was great on a hot August day. The hook-ups were easy to use and the laundry was clean and good. It was $1.00 to wash and $.25 to dry. Can you ask for better prices?
It was close to town and the National Park and the chimney which marks the old packing house. You can also walk to the Chateau de Mores.
We would definitely stay here again. - swike
Aug 2016 - $44.00
We were concerned about the mediocre ratings this park got. From beginning to end we found it more than adequate. The sites were narrow and we can see how it gets heavy use, but it was convenient to town and the Roosevelt Narional Park. Staff was more than helpful not only in the park but in making reservations for the different activities in town. We had adequate satellite service and good Verizon Wifi. We would have no problem staying here again. - california traveler
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Dusty lanes surround your rig. Beautiful cottonwoods are plentiful. Short walk to the river. - bobbodean
Aug 2016 - $17.00
We stayed at Sully Creek State Park based on the "Excellent" reviews. We registered and paid for 2 nights, but only made it through one night before we relocated. The ambiance of the park is just okay. No real enduring factors.
Issue 1: There is a sign posted when entering the park about driving slow due to the dust. This was certainly not obeyed. Issue 2: The site across from us ran their generator all night (I know this isn't necessarily the park's fault, but the host should enforce the rules). Issue 3: its a fairly rough road to get down into the park. Issue 4: you're basically setup in an open field with no shade (there are some shaded sites, but bigger rigs don't fit). Just wasn't our cup of tea so we relocated to an RV park in town. - OpenRoadJedi
Sep 2015 - $15.00
This park is usually the first night and last night of a several week trip to Montana and Wyoming. It is just the right distance from home for one hard day of driving.
I am there in the fall and at times there have been few or no other campers, other times the horse portion of the campground a bit busy.
It is quiet and away from interstate noise, will at times hear trains but along way off. Have your choice of open or in tree cover depending on preference and rig size. Place was well kept and clean, the park ranger very nice.
This is the type of quiet off the beaten path places I always try and find, hate crowed and overly commercial campgrounds. - Twinpups
Jun 2014 - $10.00
$10 per night was for a primitive site on level gravel with a fire ring and picnic table. Additionally, we purchased the annual park permit for $20 for our RV and $20 for our tow vehicle. There were water spigots throughout the park as well as at the dump station. There were very nice pay shower stalls within the campground. If you like walking/hiking/biking/horse riding there are trails and roadways inside and outside the park. The southern entrance to the 120-mile Mah Daah Hey trail begins in the campground. The main campground loop is out in the open and any size RV will fit on the sites. The Muddy Breaks loop, which includes corrals, is devoted to campers with horses. The Cedar loop of the park is set up for camping units that are no higher than 10’ or wider than 9’. The last half mile drive into the campground is on a red dirt road which is quite dusty when dry and muddy when wet. The night sky is gorgeous, as are the sunsets. The campground is out in the country but only three miles from the town of Medora and the southern unit of the Theodore Roosevelt NP. There is some shopping in Medora and several good restaurants but prices seem a bit high. Cell phone service on AT&T is two bars of 4G. Verizon data coverage is was 4G LTE so we used our Millenicom Jetpack for Internet access. There was no over-the-air TV. - DD Rolling Ranch
Aug 2016 - $7.00
We were looking for a campground that would be convenient for bicycling in TRNP, south unit. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We camped here on a weeknight in late August.
This is a beautiful, small campground within the National Park. There are no hookups. There is water at the entrance and a dump station in nearby Medora. There's quite a variety of sites, some with views, full shade, full sun, pull throughs. Half can be reserved. The other half are first come first served. We arrived at 2pm without reservations and found a nice site. The campground was full by 3pm. There is no wifi. ATT and Veriizon coverage was ok. The National Park staff was friendly and helpful and enforced all rules. - dsvt
Aug 2016 - $7.00
Rate reflects 50% Federal Senior Pass discount. This is dry camping at its best. There are no hookups; there is fresh water for filling a tank, which you will see as you enter the campground. There is no dump; dumping is available for $5 in Medora at the municipal campground. Half the sites are reservable, half (even numbered) are first-come. As you enter the campground, about five miles from the entrance of the Park over a rough paved road, you are faced with a choice of pull-through or back-in. Go for the pull-through, as the sites are bigger and nicer and offer more privacy. When we arrived mid-morning without reservations, there were about six sites that would have worked, to varying degrees, for us. By around noon everything was taken. Some sites have some shade. Like it or not, the generator policy is very liberal from 8 to 8. Fortunately, during our visit, campers did not abuse the policy by leaving generators running continuously. Many sites are very generous in size, pleasant, and most are very level. We were able to get satellite using our portable dish. We had weak, but usable, Verizon voice and data. This is a great base for visiting the Park and surrounding area. We would certainly stay here again. - TheJim
Aug 2016 - $7.00
This is a better than average national park without hookups. It was very hot when I arrived, which worried me because I hate to bother people with my noisy generator, and I do not do well in hot weather. Luckily, generator hours were from 8-8 pm, which is very generous, so I was able to stay cool the first night. In addition, sites are fairly spread out and the side of my rig where the generator was located was facing away from other campers, so I felt comfortable that I was not bothering anyone. My site was a very long pull-through with room for another RV or even two! There were a few trees for shade, but I was still able to get satellite by moving back and forth to find the right spot. Very quiet area. - judy_online
Aug 2016 - $13.00
Dilapidated little park but in a pretty area. Normally quiet, except when the trains come through. They blow their horns all night long, one about every two hours. Advertised as 55' long sites, but not really true. They are set up with a small pad in front, and the utilities are close to the front of the site. To park my trailer without unhitching (46' long), I had to back up nearly to the tree line, there were very low branches over my rig, and I needed an extension cord to get to the utility pole. Sites are not level. No employees on site, but the telephone help is gracious and friendly. However, I was told my site (22) was a pull through, and it is not. There are no pull through spots. - KAP99
Aug 2015 - $15.00
$15 a night for primitive camping and $25 a night for full hookups. We stayed on the primitive side and the lake was beautiful but the recreation area was behind a train track and industrial area and there was quite a bit of environmental noise. We booked online but the booth was unmanned because it was off season and the signage was very unclear. We called and the person who answered was friendly and directed us to our site. The sites were small and we actually had to move to 25 to accommodate us. Fire rings are set behind the RV or on the wrong side. It's really designed more for tent campers and the site itself was more of a patch in the ground. It was ok for an overnight but I wouldn't stay here for any length of time. - Lee and Trace
Aug 2015 - $24.00
This is an okay campground for a night or two. Gravel sites are all in one long row along a paved interior road and all looked reasonably level. Five sites are 50Amp (one reserved for handicap) and 17 sites are 30Amp. All have water and no sewer and there is a dump. All sites are 90 degree back-ins but it wasn't difficult since there's nothing across the road from your site to get in the way. I saw a 45' bus in a site. If he can get in, anyone can get in! I was able to back in far enough to tuck my pickup and 5er in the site (53' nose to tail). Rate includes $3 for park entry. As others mentioned, trains are a detractor. The bathroom had two unisex separate rooms, each with a plumbed toilet, sink, and shower. The toilets were pretty disgusting but the showers weren't bad. There's no wifi or cable. Satellite would work from most sites. Both ATT & Verizon had 4G good signals. You can reserve & pay for a site online from their web page or at the entry booth. None of the RVs looked long term or like oil field workers. I'd say they are enforcing their 2-week maximum stay. We'd stay here again. - Danno
Aug 2013 - $45.00
We stayed here because our grandson is permanently camped here - oil field work. Most of the sites are permanent. All dirt with no grass in the parking area. Rate was high, no discounts for anyone. With the oil workers, they can get that price. Owner was very nice, but we would not stay here again. - MsLucy
Jun 2013 - $45.00
This was a very adequate park for our purpose. W-Fi only around the office. Cable was out of service when we were here. Utilities have just been replaced in the last year or so. Only one site was available for overnight stays, as most sites are used by long-term workers. Anywhere in western North Dakota I would not plan on staying without calling ahead because of extremely high usage by oil field and construction workers. Park manager was very accommodating and helpful. The park was sold about a year ago which answers some of the previous comments. We stayed for three nights and would definitely stay again. - gene a
Aug 2010 - $35.00
Average facility. The WiFi was only functional at the deck adjacent to the office. Our 37' long fifth wheel and truck did not completely fit into the pull through site. Fortunately the sites are wide enough to allow us to park at a diagonal and make do. There is a RR track very close nearby with very loud trains that interrupted our sleep. The hosts were OK but not overly friendly. There was no escort to the site. The sewer connection drain holes are crushed 2 liter plastic pop bottles. Somewhat uneven sites. In a pinch stay here, but you might want to look elsewhere if you have the time. - Bill Thibadeau
Sep 2016 - $31.00
We arrived after-hours but the office left an envelope for us with the info we needed to find our site. The site was level. There is a grassy area between the sites. The office staff was extremely helpful when asked for suggestions, directions, etc. The Wi-Fi was strong. We stayed two nights. - jconnally
Aug 2016 - $35.00
A very large manufactured housing, campground with a bunch of well kept, seasonal guests. Proceed north off of exit 61 of I-94. Careful, watch for the blue "camping" sign on the right, turn right. Access roads are asphalt/concrete and in good shape. Credit cards accepted. CG roads are wide, dirt/gravel, with wide turns. No problems with decorative trees; no overhead obstacles. FHU-20/30/50. Sites are angled, opposed (your door faces neighbor's door), gravel, sufficiently spaced, level, with minimal landscaping. Sewer at front of site (I needed 2 tubes to reach). No patios. Picnic tables. All sites are good for satellite reception. Fires permitted but no firewood sales. Good water pressure and taste. No office store. No restrooms/showers. No propane sales. No laundry, no playground, no cable TV. Free Wi-Fi with good connection. Good Verizon coverage. Bug Report: small, red, ground ants (no issue); honey bees (no issue). No recycling bins. - StephenK
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This review is influenced by the poor weather. It had apparently rained heavily the day before and the roads and sites were a mess. Our site was a mud bog with little streams running through it. We have a big rig and were placed in the B section, which are pull thru sites with no site development at all. Just a dirt spot, a few weeds for grass and a picnic table. Sites are long but fall off on the ends. There are other pull through sites, thinking the A section, that are nicer but shorter and share a patio. The one thing that made this stop good was killer WiFi. Utilities worked fine. Restrooms were clean. No cable. - VegasVagabonds
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is a very quite and rustic campground well off interstate where all you hear are the birds singing, horses whinnying and an occasional coyote. Full hookups and pull thru's abound. This campground is 2 miles west of Medora in Buffalo Gap, ND. Very friendly staff and great food. They specialize in rib-eye steaks, but warning, they have a secret sauce that they marinate the steaks in and if you are like me who thinks putting any kind of steak sauce on a great steak is sacrilegious then be sure to order your steak dry. However, if you like putting sauce on your meat then you will love the secret sauce the owner cooks it in. My ol' Pappy always said, son if you have to put sauce on something to eat it then it ain't fittin'.Lol
This is a working ranch and camp sites are gravel with sparse grass and ample room between sites. The down side is you have 1 ½ mile gravel road into campground that has a lot of wash-boarding. No big deal, you just have to go slow.
We stayed 9 night's in order to take in all the attraction's and will defiantly stay here again. - Deputydan
Jun 2016 - $30.00
How do you rate a farm yard? That's what your staying in. The RV sites are now 30 hastily built un-level narrow sites in the middle of a farm yard. The utilities are haphazard arranged requiring long hoses and cables. The sites drop over 12" front to back and have no amenities like table or fire pit. Only a few sites are full hookup most are electric and water. There is an expensive bar/restaurant on site and many shabby motel rooms. Yes it's a guest ranch, but a poor one. Did I mention you have to drive 1.5 miles over a rough gravel road to get there. Cross this one off your list. - lllkrob
Oct 2014 - $20.00
We stayed here because it was the only campground in Medora that was still open. We had water and 30 amp elec-- no sewer but they have a dump station. Our site was small, sort of level and had some gravel but was a little muddy. Not a great place for non-horse owner/rider camping but OK for the price. The personnel nice and friendly. If we're ever in Medora again we'll stay here... unless another campground is open. - tajmahaulers