Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $10.00
price is approximate for a monthly rate. this is the 4th time we have stayed here over an extended time. good view of crazy horse mountain and close to custer city as well as other attractions. only drawback for us was lack of wifi but can go into town to visitors center or library with 24/7 availability. one of the best priced campgrounds in the black hills. roads in and out are a bit rough which is typical for the hills. will definitely come back.h. We camped at Heritage Village Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Tips for other Campers:
hike on mickelson trail, visit mt. rushmore and sylvan lake, day trip to deadwood, and a must, get salt water taffy in keystone.
This was a very nice park and due to the location (you could easily see Crazy Horse Monument and you were overlooking a pretty valley and were next to the Michaelson hiking and biking trail which is hard packed and runs for many miles). Owners' are nice and the place is clean and sights have some shade. If you need WIFI you can drive 2 miles to Custer, SD and sit out side their library and use WIFI. If open go inside. Less than a mile from Crazy Horse. If they had WIFI and TV I would give them a 10. Actually we could pickup 4 channels including CBS. We camped at Heritage Village Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Park was friendly but Verizon phone and air card didn't work well. The showers sprayed water everywhere, so it was difficult to keep clothes, and shoes dry. Voltage dipped to unsatisfactory level when any appliance turned on. It is convenient to tourist attractions. I would not return. We camped at Heritage Village Campground in a Motorhome.