15 Parks near Strasburg, North Dakota
Jun 2014 - $15.00
This is on quiet perfect City Park in Strasburg, small town. Just 2 miles to the Lawrence Welk homestead, where you can take a tour. We're traveling south on 83 and it was time to stop and this was the perfect place it is a block of the highway with level large grassy sites, picnic table pavilion, and a wooden swing. Clean restroom and only one camper in the park - Gail
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This park is not big rig friendly. Sharp turns on narrow curbed streets. Fortunately, there were no campers on 30 amp side so was able to maneuver into only site available with 50 amp full hookups. Bring a Y hose adapter as there is one water per 2 sites. Sewer hookups way to the rear or underneath. Office not open but sign says find a site and manager will come around to collect. Did not come by last night. Nice little town with good restaurant. Only four 50 amp sites and two 30 amp sites. Two of the 50 amp sites were filled with 30 amp rigs. No trees for shade as they are on the north side. - easydoesit
Sep 2012 - $8.00
Flat sites, shade trees, and full hookups. How can you go wrong at $7.50 per night (PA rate)? All sites are back-in and the first pedestal we tried was inoperable. We couldn't get TV via antenna. This CG is basically in a field next to the city park/pool and adjacent to a mobile home park. Very quiet. - Full-Time Roamers
May 2012 - $15.00
Good Verizon voice & data. Fair air TV. Level grassy sites. Next to public park with a couple of pools (not yet open for the season). This is a mobile home park with a dozen RV sites available. Dip in side of road by entry may cause some rigs to drag. Passport America rate is half price for first day. Price quoted is full price. Very quiet park a block off highway 83. - earlymun
Aug 2012 - $20.00
This small campground is right on the edge of town and has 7 sites with full hookups, 4 flat and level on gravel, 2 flat and level on concrete pads, and 1 on grass. 6 tenting sites with electricity are also available. I called and left messages for both of the people listed on their website, midday of the day we arrived, but never heard back from either one. We stopped anyway, found two empty sites, and left our check in the fee collection slot. We would certainly stay here again. - The Wandrin' Waters
Jun 2016 - $12.00
Nice park with spacious sites. Lovely lake nearby. We enjoyed easy access to boating. - Janet H
Jun 2016 - $10.00
We really like this campground. The boat dock and ramp are excellent. The campsites are large and well-spaced, but a few have some leveling issues. Showers have nice, hot water and the water is not on a time limit. Our site was long and double wide, easily accommodating our 5th wheel, truck and boat. AT&T cell phone worked okay, especially if you went outside. We used our booster on our Verizon MiFi and got 4G most of the time. Dish satellite worked most of the time, but we had to reset it once or twice a day. Rate reflects our Senior Pass Discount. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2015 - $7.00
We had a long, back-in, 30 amp electric site with good shade across the road from the lake. However, we got there two days after they turned the water off, even at the restrooms and dump, for the winter, although the weather was warm and sunny and the Web site said the water would be on until Oct. 1. Due to the distance back to Linton, we really "dry camped" for the night with only a few gallons of water in jugs that we always have with us. There was no additional reduction in the nightly rate despite not having water or a dump available. - fanrgs
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We stayed at the resort for one month in January 2015. Was great we were on a site that was on the Colorado River. Staff was excellent and we met some great folks here. Weather was great! Not hot like in the summer.
Would stay again when we travel out west. The park is just off the old RT66 in Needled,CA
WiFi was available be we had to go to the office area since our site was located farther away on the river. Has laundry and wash room/showers if needed. Our full hook up worked great. - Paul & Jackie
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Very noisy from interstate traffic, with air conditioner on not so much. The sites were spacious and level. Salt water swimming pool fantastic. Enjoyed the free pop corn. - alimen
Jun 2015 - $12.00
The rate shown was the result of staying one month.
Pros: Management was great, always willing to help; level sites with good utilities; lots of beautiful grass.
Cons: Aroma from sugar beet factory was terrible, traffic noise from Interstate, have to pass thru industrial area to get to park, wifi worked most of the time.
Other: Mostly permanent residents, we use satellite so don't have any idea about cable, didn't use any facilities except washer and dryer which is located in club house and worked fine, needed more than 25' power cable which we had. - DennisD
Aug 2013 - $27.00
The rate is based on a weekly rate. This is a very nice park, lots of grass and very well maintained. However, it's about 2 blocks from the Interstate and just on the other side of the Interstate is the sugar beet factory. We knew, of course, that the freeway is there, but did not know the sugar beet factory would be "cooking" quite this early in the year. We've literally had to keep the MH closed up because that odor is almost as bad as a skunk! We have stayed in this area for many years visiting family and haven't had that experience this early in the year before. When I called for a reservation, I was told that the Wi-Fi was great. They'd just had new repeaters put in and everyone was getting a signal. Don't know where the repeaters are, but the signal is spotty and at times very slow. I've tried many times during the day and even in the middle of the night and it doesn't change. Will possibly stay here again and if we recommend it to anyone will be sure to tell them about the Wi-Fi and sugar beets!! - lckcmk