1 Park near Fargo, North Dakota
May 2015 - $29.00
Very convenient location near I-94. We had some problems with squatters/homeless people hanging out in the empty spot next to ours. The park employees kicked them out at 8:00 PM after letting them be there all afternoon and evening - awkward.
If you can get a spot near the river, it's a pretty view. The upper campground is much more cramped and is closer to the road so there's more noise. - Midwesterner
Oct 2014 - $28.00
This was a decent park with electric and water at each site. We camped in a short back-in along the Red River and were very pleased with the location and landscaping. We did find that the site was not level and took some extra time to get set up properly. We would camp here again. - Altoflyfisher
Jun 2014 - $28.00
We reserved this campground in April for 6 nights, and unfortunately when we arrived we found out that the Red River had flooded all of the campsites. They put us in the overflow area which was muddy, tall weeds and cramped. Lots were very narrow and due to the fact that they didn't keep this area up, we were covered in mud each time we exited the camper. The camp ring on our site hadn't been emptied in months with garbage and half burnt items still in it. The restrooms (especially the showers) were very unkempt, with cockroaches on the floor. Shower stalls were very small and all they had was shower curtains for privacy. This may have been fine if it were not a city campground, but anyone from the area comes to use this facility and can walk in on you. I felt very unsafe. Rates were high considering the fact there was no sewer, Internet, or cable. It is in great need of some improvements. I would not stay here again; unfortunately there isn't much to choose from in this area. I wish they would have called us to tell us prior to arrival that the site we reserved is underwater and we would have made other arrangements. They have a no refund policy, so were had already paid for the site. Very disappointed. - LAV