5 Parks near Enderlin, North Dakota
Jul 2011 - $10.00
I stayed here while I was working in Enderlin. It is basically a grassy 3 acre field that has 3 full hookups. Nothing special except for a cheap place to stay. The city office was very accommodating around my work schedule. I talked to Cindy who is the City Auditor. This place is not mentioned on the website so make sure you ask if interested. - redlight
May 2015 - $18.00
Just a little city park campground, but no fuss, clean, level and quiet.
Basic water, sewer and electric only and the gravel needs redone, a bit muddy. But quiet and nice surroundings and charming little town in spots.
We plan on using it again for a work stay. - MaWard
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This is a small and quiet campground with spacious sites. The only service at the site is 30 amp, no water or sewer. Most of the sites are on a slope and challenging to level. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception, but the trees prevented satellite reception. The rate includes the on-line reservation fee; there is an additional $5 per day entry fee for your towed vehicle. We stayed two nights and were charged for three entry days. Therefore we paid $34.50 per night. - Dave51
May 2015 - $24.00
It is a great state park! Lots of nice hiking trails. 30 amp service, no water or sewer at the sites. Site 4 I could not get my 35' RV level so I asked to move and the staff was very helpful and accommodating. - Steveieray
Jun 2011 - $26.00
The sites have electricity but water and dump are located near entrance into the park. Love the park. Drive through sites are level [dirt], but roads are paved. Camp sites are large, private, and have trees. Will stay again. We did not want to leave. Nice grounds and hiking trails. We had a very quiet, peaceful experience. - swedeteam
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Although it is a beautiful location, there were so many flies we had to move to another campground. Manager lady was very apologetic about it, and said that they spray for them, but will have to try another chemical.
It is a picturesque location, but also difficult to get here. The gravel road (6 miles, not 3 like the website says) was heavy washboard. Although I drove slowly, my tow got significant rock chips. - The Original RV
Jun 2012 - $35.00
The people were very nice! The park is well kept. It is a bit off the highway but well worth it for a quiet stay. - luckyrver
Sep 2011 - $30.00
Rate is weekend rate; weekdays are $25 for full hookup. We loved this park. Most people camping here bring their horses and ride on the many trails all about and in the Sheyenne National Grasslands which are adjacent to the park. Park is quiet and clean. Every site has a nice firepit. We'd definitely stay here again. (The GPS listed in Trailer Life is incorrect as of 2010. Correct GPS is 46 31.996N; 97 13.109W.) - Buckeye44
Sep 2016 - $20.00
As stated in previous review, this is a small city park in a very small town in a very rural area. It is clean and quiet. Grounds are nice mowed grass and some new small trees staked around. Pads are groomed gravel. Back in sites but plenty of room to turn around to get in easily. Plenty of room for slides. Has picnic tables and fire rings. We were here mid week in mid September and had the place to ourselves, except the guy who seems to live here. Says he is a construction worker staying here for the season. But he didn't bother us at all and was quiet. There was the occasional train whistle, but this IS rural North Dakota and that seems to be the norm. Without it it would be almost too quiet. Since purpose of park was to raise funds for their park and rec program, we were glad to help contribute. We will stay here again if the opportunity arises. A nice alternative to Walmart parking lot boondocking for a quick overnight stop. - oosuzieqr
Sep 2015 - $20.00
This is a small but nice campground 3 miles north of I-94. It was built in 2000 by the city of Buffalo to help raise funds for its park service. There is no one working on site. Payment is by the honor system/envelope as you enter. Sites have full hook-ups, but there is no WiFi or other amenities. Site has good 3G/4G Verizon coverage, though. Sites are clean. Camp fire rings are on site and firewood is a available (all you want) for $5. Playground is nearby. It is the perfect place to stop for the night if you are traveling down I-94 and just want some peace and quiet. - Johnny Blood