4 RV Parks near Stanley, North Dakota
Sep 2015 - $15.00
There is no host. You are on your own. Electric only. We were in a 37' motor home and it was tight to get into place. Nice small town, quiet. Did not know the charge as city hall was closed when we got there, so mailed them $15.00 for one night. About 8 spaces for rigs. Really more suitable for trailers and small class c's. Very limited places to eat. - JandCandBri
Jul 2014 - $1.00
This is your basic campground with electric hookups, wide sites, lots of grass. Take the 8th st exit and go through town, past the city park, and pass under the railroad tracks--on the right. We stayed here because Williston, with the oil boom, was packed. It's great for what it is. - hudsonguy
Jul 2008 - $1.00
Four nights free--then rate is $35.00 per week. No showers, Pay phone on site. 48.32070N 102.38973W. Dakota Drug Company soda fountain (south 2 blocks)is the only place in the US to still sell a "whirl-a-whip." I had one and it is extremely good value for the money. - User3761
Aug 2017 - $30.00
All grass or gravel sites. No shade. Mostly back-ins None very level. Laundry available, but few other amenities. Interior roads need work. Mostly long term occupants. - W Davidson
Aug 2005 - $16.00
This was a clean well maintained park. Streets were gravel. Sites were grass and mostly level. The staff was friendly and helpful. They came to our site after we got set up to make sure everything was OK. The park was almost full with road construction crews who were working on US-2. - Travelin Rose
Jul 2007 - $3.00
This is an excellent city park located next to the lake. There are four sites offering electric hookups only. There are restrooms and showers and a dump station. One site has a 50 amp plug-in. We camped here 7 nights and enjoyed our stay. The posted rate is $3.00 per night and payments are placed in an honor box. This is an excellent overnight stop (or 7 days in our case). - Richard and Emily
Jul 2017 - $25.00
What a Strange place !! Other reviews are spot on -- looks like a Squatters camp. You can camp 'primitive' - no hookups $10 - out in the large field areas which could actually be wonderful spots with a view of the lake but you'd have to settle in with the other squatters. The hookup sites are all crammed in and good luck finding where to check in ! The casino slots are not bad and the facility is newly renovated, very nice - but 'camping' probably not worth the hassell unless you need to stop. - SailorGolf
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Had to ride around hunting for where to sign in, signage not clear. Camp sites are to small, we were cramped in, did not feel comfortable, signs saying, "make sure you lock your doors" security did come around. Looks like lots of full timers, with boats, atv, stuff, stored anywhere they could find a spot. I would only stay here as a last resort. Most casinos we have stayed had nice camp grounds, this is by far the worst. Just a trashy place. - Terry A E
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Stayed here overnight on my way through. The only redeeming features are it's a very scenic spot and it's fairly cheap.
However, the sites were not mowed at all. There was litter here and there. I rolled in late and there was no signage saying where to go. I found out from the front desk that I was to talk to the folks at the Marina in the morning. They thought it was $16 a night but it turned out it was $25/night.
It had full hookups, good water pressure, excellent AT&T coverage but no wifi in the site we were in. The playground was overgrown and unkept. Security patrols drove by regularly in the night but it was quiet.
It was OK for a late stop/early departure, but definitely would not want to holiday here. - CalebSG