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69 RV Parks near Colonial Pine Hills, South Dakota
We did however find 69 campgrounds within 25 miles of Colonial Pine Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Colonial Pine Hills in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $38.00
Easy pull through just off highway 16, but quiet at night. Shady big pines throughout, and close to Rapid City and all the sites. Excellent and very clean small laundry and showers. - Zephyrcon
Sep 2018 - $40.00
The people running the camp were very nice and helpful. For me it goes down hill from there. Sites very close together and because tiered into hill side by door, unusable. Water and electric is on passenger side, sewer on driver side is at far, rear. Pull thru site so tight I had to back into it. But the worst problem of all was road noise from 16. Entrance to park sits near top of long steep grade and high revving motors were the norm. I would not return and in fact left early. - rockhill
Aug 2018 - $58.00
For a visit to the Black Hills area it's hard to pick out a good location from which to explore the many attractions in the area. We chose this one which is a few miles south of Rapid City. We drove our toad quite a bit to reach Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Wind Cave, etc. It's a large park with mostly pull-thru sites and lots of trees. There are mostly gravel driveways and site pads although our site had a concrete pad. We had a full hook-up site with 50amp electric. It was located in the front row near Highway 16 so we definitely got road noise with the windows open. The free WiFi is barely functional, they don't offer cable. We could not use our satellite due to the trees. The bathrooms were kept clean and well supplied and the laundry room was in good condition. I consider it a bit pricey, but I guess you chalk that up to proximity to the Black Hills in peak summer. We paid $58.31 per night. - Coopsecondact
Sep 2018 - $70.00
Large clean park. Easy access. Nice pull thru . Price a little expensive but good for a short stay. - Vonda Morris
Jul 2018 - $10.00
Sites in the front of the park are very nice. There are no trees. Sites in the back of the park are older but still nice and have a few trees. Lots of activities for kids. No negatives. - Mustcamp
Jul 2018 - $1.00
We stayed free as Coast 2 Coast members. We stayed at the front section with no trees so our rooftop satellite would receive. Spaces were really nice...concrete & large enough for our 40' MH and towed. Picnic table & fire ring, large grass area. Not fenced in but large dog grass area & supplied very thick/nice poop bags. Lots of very large grass areas for kids to play lawn games, ball games. Large rec center with pool. Great laundry..though 2 machines were broken & backed up laundry for this very large park. Staff were welcoming and even allowed us to stay a 3rd week. We arrived on my birthday. We LOVE the Rapid City area & now we surely love & recommend this resort. Very secure, roomy, fellow Rvers very friendly. Very clean..also lenient. Allow private pet fencing. Tents allowed on sites with your RVs. Free standing canopies allowed. Multi vehicles allowed. Vehicle and RV washing permitted. Right on route 16 but even being up front, there was no noise. Back area has tighter spaces , lots of trees but open sky. Mostly dirt and some grass. More rustic looking. We would stay here any and every time we are in the area. Roads are wide and easy to navigate. Check in was quick and easy with reservation. May try renting a cabin sometime. Stay as long as you can because there is so much to see, you can't see it all. We did 5 weeks last yr and 3 yrs this yr and still have much more to see. We also loved not having bugs outside (they must spray) - Victoria Grace
Aug 2018 - $47.00
We were given, what the office said, the best site in the park. Site F. It is a beautiful site and very roomy. It's at the far right side of the park. It's a bit of a walk to the laundry but showers and restrooms are very close. There were several camp workers in the office when we checked in. They let us check early which was very nice. The entire office was so friendly when we came in. My only issue...and it's not huge, is the office said out site had good WiFi. We had nothing. Not even close. The gentleman that helped us back in to our site was very honest. He said NONE of the sites have good WiFi. I feel that advertising good WiFi when it isn't is wrong. We didn't even have cell service at this site. But, out cell is T Mobile...we ended up going into town and changing to Verizon, because we have had issues with coverage. That's not the parks fault tho. All in all, it's a nice park. - Sheila Rosson
Aug 2018 - $47.00
The park is conveniently located but not designed for big rigs, particularly if you are assigned to a pavilion site. The photos on their website do not currently reflect the park. The very narrow roads have disintegrated, toad parking infringes on the road. Be careful trusting the escort to safely guide you into the site nor expect the office to help resolve a problem. Trees dropped a sticky substance on both vehicles (seasonal?) Verizon service was minimal, park is located in a valley. Departure means a heavy pull up a hill. - gr8adventure
Jun 2018 - $51.00
It's a ways off the I-90 ( about 12 miles). In the heart of the Black Hills. We were just there overnight. Hook ups were good including cable but Wi-Fi is very slow. Verizon signal wasn't bad. Roads in the campground are very tight for a large rig (40ft 5th wheel), but they do escort you to your site and help you get in. There was a little covered patio next to our site that is shared with the camper next door. - jgothier
Sep 2016 - $35.00
The park was about to close for the season so laundry and restrooms were closed.
Wide open area with good view.
The owner was very nice and helpful.
Spaces for pull-through were very long. Centrally located to all of the attractions.
Lots of rabbits running around.
The campground is up for sale due to health. - lovingit
May 2016 - $40.00
This is a "no frills" campground, but for its purpose, I could not find any reason to give it less than a 10! If you are looking for a resort, bypass this one, but if your purpose is a safe, clean park to stay while you explore the area, I highly recommend it! The owners are a wonderful couple that live on-site. They are welcoming, friendly and informative, especially about the area attractions. The park is mostly grass with some gravel, level, and well maintained. Easy access from the highway, and very centrally located to Mt Rushmore, Custer State Park, Keystone, ( about 25 minutes) and if you want to head north, easy to reach Sturgis, Spearfish and Deadwood (about an hour ride). There is some construction going on right next door, but they are done by 5 and only work M-F. E were gone most of the day anyway. Laundry room is small- 2 washers, 2 dryers. One of the washers cost $1.00, the other and the 2 dryers are "honor system" for $1.00 each.
Beautiful views from the back of the park. We were very comfortable here! - KSAM14
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Sites were too close together for minimal privacy, no cable TV, minimal intermittent Internet connection at best, no fire rings, shared picnic table, very low water pressure, and the topper this morning - the strong smell of an over flowing septic tank. Okay for a one night stay..... Maybe... - George48
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Stayed here 2 weeks, and while at first we were put off by the traffic noise from Rt 16, in time it become just background and was not too bad. Economical too for the area. Power was good and stable, water pressure adequate. No cable TV, but OTA had decent selection. Verizon signal very good. Wifi was iffy, and of course better when campground was emptier. Roads and sites are all gravel and seemed fairly level, with good maneuverability and decent spacing. Bath/shower house a bit dank but serviceable, although we did not use their showers. Owner has For Sale sign in front of campground, and is a 1-man show, but he is still diligent about maintaining the place and provides personalized service. Little camp store does not have much, but does have nice selection of DVD's and books to borrow. Wild rabbits all over are fairly entertaining...especially for the dog! They do accept and hold mail for campers. While I would look for more scenic campgrounds in and around Custer State Park on a return trip, I would not rule out staying here again, as it was good base of operations for our many day trips in area. - We Roamed and Rambled
May 2017 - $35.00
Campground has a good location for visiting Rapid City and surrounding attractions. Located right off 16, but we didn't notice any road noise. The couple run the place and were very friendly and helpful, offering a few suggestions for some stops we might add to our travels in the area. Sites were spaced well and pretty level, mostly pull-throughs. Bathrooms were clean. Newer washers/dryers. If you aren't looking for a resort to keep your kids busy, this campground is perfect. - Breezy-N-Wheezy
May 2017 - $33.00
This is a wonderful park to stay in whether you want to be in Rapid City or if you plan to visit the hills it might not have all the frills the other parks in the area but it has wide spaces friendly owner and good views. - Gail
Jul 2018 - $57.00
Office staff very friendly and helpful. Good internet. We thought the cinder blocks used as site identifiers were dangerous; it would be easy to trip and fall. Right next to Canyon Lake Park, a great place to walk the dog. - Jim Bakker
Jul 2018 - $62.00
This park got good ratings but, we were very disappointed with our site. This is an older family owned park coupled with cabins for rental also. We had a pull through and after we pulled in there was a telephone pole so close I could only extend my awning a short distance. The spacing was very close although there were a couple sights with good spacing. We were here for 11 days. The close by lake and stream was good for my visiting grandson and I got to do some fishing. The trees are so thick there is no chance of a satillite signal but, we were able to get local channels with our antenna. The WiFi was acceptable. Our sight was mostly dirt and some gravel. We did put our rug out to sit on but, it had to be swept because of dirt and rocks blowing on. The trash bins were located on an adjacent street in the cabin areas so it was a long walk to empty trash. This location was good for a base to work from to see all the sites in the area. The visit was OK but, we would never stay here again. - Larry Jenkins
Jun 2018 - $57.00
This is a small park - just about 40 sites. Half of them are on the south side of the park, with limited satellite TV access and no 50 amp (30-20 amp only) and no cable. The other half are on the north side with 50 amp and cable but no chance of satellite TV. The 50-amp sites cost ten dollars more per night than the 30-amp sites. If you want cable, the remote offered is an extra $5. Huge trees throughout the park are beautiful but make for tight roads and turns. We did manage with out 38' motorhome, however. The park is run by some of the nicest people we have ever encountered in 18 years of RVing. They were so helpful, and just lovely. The park is very convenient to town and there is a wealth of things to do in a 50-mile radius. Make sure you know where your site is before you leave the office. The site numbers are very hard to see as they are painted on bricks on the ground behind the picnic tables! - SusanRon
Sep 2018 - $48.00
Stayed 2 nites this year and have stayed once also in 2016. Wonderful friendly and helpful owners (Arkansans who retain their wonderful southern charm and hospitality) and staff. We had a major problem with one of our brakes which he discovered while escorting us to our site. He got us the help we needed thru a friend when no one in town was going to be available for many days! A former mechanic, he even helped in diagnosing our problem. Not enough room here to express all our gratitude for the Good Samaritan style help given. Restrooms were very clean and tidy. It's an older campground tiered in levels overlooking beautiful Rapid City and the roads are a bit bumpy so you have to mind your step walking down and up the hill. Sites are smallish for our 40 ft rig. Nice clean doggie relief area. Has a small store for essentials. - HollyLouise
Jul 2018 - $49.00
Only stayed here to have RV serviced locally. Friendly staff guided to our gravel site and it was not level. The road in was very uneven and pitted. It's an old, somewhat tired park and not big rig friendly as spaces were narrow and very close together. Would not stay here again. - jodik
Jun 2018 - $49.00
Very close to Mt. Rushmore, downtown, and all the sites around the area. Park had good power, water, sewer and wifi was decent. Sites were dirt and gravel and fairly level. There were several big rigs including ours and all were accomodated. We could not park our toad at our site, but it was very close by. The management was great and very helpful. There was a Walmart within 15 minutes and several restaurants near by. - Tomandgloria
Sep 2017 - $45.00
Don't believe what you read. Might be a nice place for a picnic lunch, but not to camp. Wanted to put my 34 ft TT in a spot that would barely fit, with a view of the garbage dumpster from the café. We were there the night of the staff party. Lot of noise late into the night. Would not recommend. - KJOHN5801
Jul 2017 - $45.00
This campground has a beautiful setting with great potential. Needs some good upgrading; could really use much better bathroom/shower facilities, some fresh paint, etc. Good location, close to Custer State Park. They have two "pet" wolves in a small fenced enclosure; they REALLY need more space. Seems cruel to have them so confined. - Mark & Karen
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Great customer service, friendly and eager to help. Convenient location close to Mount Rushmore. Highly recommended. - duGly
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This is our second stay at this park in two years. We planned on staying here again based off our experience a year ago which should tell you a lot about the park. Large concrete pads, perfect power/water/sewer connections. Awesome staff that is very friendly. The park is designed as a member park and much of the way it is ran is designed with that in mind. Even so staying as a guest was great both trips. Fuel is the same price as it is in town. The store has nearly everything we needed. It is close to all the sites to see. I would highly recommend this park to anyone. We had no problems with anything at the park or the park workers. The members of the park are a bit rude as they are park members which we did see both years. I suppose that happens when you are a member but it was not needed. - Wally Shreves
Jan 2018 - $11.00
Love the park it's very well maintained lot of things to due and staff is very friendly. Down side its a member owned RV resort but the members have no say and they are constantly adding rules and taking away what camping is all about. Very disappointed in management makes you feel like they are trying to drive you out of the park if you want to stay for awhile. - jfpf82
Jul 2017 - $18.00
We stayed at Hart Ranch Camping Resort to visit Mount Rushmore, Badlands, Crazy Horse and other areas. This resort was part of the RPI system. First, they do not give you $10/night RPI rate, but do give you a substantial discount, to $18/night. The welcoming staff was very nice and had a great sense of humor. The park is very well laid out and there is grass and plenty of space between and behind all sites. There are also trash cans at every other site so trash is very convenient. This park is great for dogs due to the grass but also because there is a small and a very large dog park. There are restrictions of where you are allowed to bring the dogs but it is very well laid out. They give you a map and anything marked in yellow means no dogs plus there are signs. This is to respect other park attendees/permanent residents who don't want dogs in their area. The no dog space is to the right and is not inconvenient at all. There is also a 1.5+ mile walking path that takes you all around. Only wish is that they would have a separate adult pool. With the many children, it is hard to be at the pool without a lot of noise. We definitely will return however. - CiminoAdv
Aug 2014 - $30.00
The RV sites are located at the corner of E. Centre St and Cambell St. The entrance is on E. Centre. There is no staff at the RV park. Pull in to any site, disconnect your toad, drive south on the interior dirt road with your toad, make a right turn and look soon for the office at 800 San Francisco Street. Go in, pay $30., get a tag telling the date you will be leaving. They will send a person to unlock your electric post. Same price, 30 or 50 amp. The person they send will know which sites are 30 and which are 50 amp. Important: call first to be sure a site is available. While only 5 sites were occupied when we stayed, if an event is scheduled, like a fair, then it is unlikely a site will be available. Office open M-F, 8 AM to 5 PM. GPS: since the RV park has no address, you can use 600 Cambell St., the address of a local business across the street. Once there, the park will be obvious. Use Exit 60 from I-90 and drive south looking for signs "Central States Fair Grounds. Very good overnight stop. No shade. Level. - michcamper38
Aug 2011 - $25.00
We stayed overnight here to be close to a service location the next morning. It serves the purpose of an overnight stay; long pull-thrus, gravel sites, good power and water. Small trees, dead grass, a bit of road noise, and on the night we were there, lots of empty sites. Check-in is by phone and they'll send someone out to unlock the power box and collect the fee. Surprisingly, the rates do not change during the Sturgis Rally, although even then there were few people using the park. Convenient to the Freightliner dealer and Rapid City, otherwise there are much better places for just a few dollars more. - Meanderman
Aug 2010 - $30.00
Used this campground because it was only $30 compared to most I called around here which was $60 and up. Some of the sites were on concrete but I chose a gravel site as it was closer to the showers. Was a good place for seeing the sights of Mt. Rushmore etc. The price is the only thing this campground has going for it. - trailmaster