2 Parks near Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota
Jul 2015 - $7.00
Has dump station and water at the entrance to the campground. The campground road is blacktop but the site we had was gravel. I was able to maneuver our 37 ft rig on the road but our site was much harder. There were low hanging shrubs and trees and for a pull through site it was quite narrow. Had to do more maneuvering to be able to deploy the slides. Picnic table and fire pit were on the wrong side of the site. We just used it as a stopover on a longer trip. Had buffalo in the site during the night which was cool. I didn't use the campgrounds restrooms. Would stay here again but in a different site. - Blu1e
Jul 2015 - $14.00
Great location to visit the NP and Medora area. Had bison in the campground when we checked in. Most sites in our loop were pull-through. Ours was located on end of loop so the configuration made it very difficult to pull into (tight pull through loop) and they had the table and grill on the wrong side. When parked, you would look out into the neighboring site. We found it better to pull in in the opposite direction, but that resulted in us receiving the wrath of the campground host - who stalked the campground in his little cart on a regular basis - stopping any and everyone who he felt erred in some way - from how they parked, how they dried their clothes, to how they walked their dog on the road. Not a friendly person. I was lectured on not being a seasoned RVer (been doing this for nearly 50 years).
Restrooms were dirty most times we used them. As with most NPS campgrounds, no showers available. Park was quiet. Only saw bison in campground once, but did have a horse come through on another day. The ranger presentation in the evening was nice. No dump station. - Browndogs2
Jun 2015 - $7.00
Campground is 5 miles north of Medora, interior roads are paved, narrow, with low branches, and one way, which makes it a little inconvenient for sites on the outside of the loop. Sites are gravel, partially shaded, with picnic table & pedestal grill. Our site, 29, was a very level pull through.
Sites in lower area are for tents and smaller units like Pop ups.
Upper area is . mostly pullthroughs, and more suitable to bigger TV's.
Being a National Park campground, there are no hookups, also no showers or dump station. The buffalo walking 6ft. From our awning, after dark, was an added attraction.
We would definitely stay here again. - bukhrn
Jun 2013 - $5.00
Stay here if you want to get away. No TV, No Verizon, no generator from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Nice to tour the area and take hikes. We have a 40' MH and had no problems with the pull through sites. Host needs to trim some trees that encroach on the sides of the access road in the parking area. Will scrape any size vehicle. - easydoesit
Mar 2010 - $5.00
The off season price was a wonderful surprise, and the camp was very nice. We were alone in the camp much of the time. There were no hookups, and the restrooms were closed. Water and dump station were also closed for the season. Still, who can complain at $5 a night? - Vicky
Jun 2008 - $5.00
We enjoyed this park very much. However, it is a hassle to get water and dump. The water faucets in the campground (Cottonwood at South Unit) are not threaded so you can't get water there. We got water twice at the Medora Campground. The first time, the young man at the front desk let us have it for free. The second time the man at the desk first wanted $10, then came down to $5. There is a dump station right along the main road before you drive under the Medora Campground sign, so we used it without asking, presuming it is for public use. We saw a wild horse in the campground, and evidence of buffalos. Very nice campground hosts, accommodating to our request to stay beyond the regular checkout time of noon. Price paid reflects Golden Age Passport discount of 50%. Would definitely go back, but better prepared. This place is not for the biggest rigs although there were a few smaller 5th wheel rigs there. - NancyB