3 RV Parks near Frankfort, South Dakota
Jul 2017 - $17.00
What a nice surprise! This state park has lots of trees AND lots of sun. Plenty of room between sites. Due to the area's drought situation, the grass is a little sparse but a really nice campground, and has a good flat walking surface. Restroom/shower area is older but clean. Electric outlets near the sink. We attended a family reunion in Aberdeen so this park is about a 45-minute drive. - Retiredshowmom
Oct 2013 - $16.00
$16 per night was for a 50 amp electric only site. In addition, there is daily parking permit of $4 per person or $6 per vehicle or you can purchase an annual SD state parking pass for $30, which is good for 12 consecutive months from the date of purchase. The campground is managed by the adjacent golf course but they were closed for the season during our stay. The campground is located along the James River in a sparsely populated area with very limited dining and shopping opportunities. Spacing between sites is generous and most sites are level. There are trees in the campground affording shade to some sites while others are out in the open. We received two bars of 4G on our AT&T phone and used it as a Wi-Fi hotspot. - DD Rolling Ranch
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is our second summer here and we enjoyed it as much this year as last. It improves each year. No laundry facilities on site but Laundromat 5 minutes away. Sites are grass and can be muddy with rain. Small park, only about 10 spaces at present, which we like. - User3749
May 2013 - $15.00
Nice quite camping area. FHU and great place to stay when you are in the area for a few days. It's a couple miles west of 281. The longer you stay the better the rate. Owner is friendly and can set you up with great fishing or hunting locations. - mrnifty
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Redfield City Camping Small (20 spaces) right on lake shore just before you enter town from the west on 212. All sites have elec, cheap at $15/night for 30 amp. Pay by check at post at entrance. No potable water in campground! Be sure to have some onboard. Dump station available. Quiet, even though next to hiway. Paved pads and road with grass all around.
Multi-night stay needs call to city for availability. (20 day max On line reservation City of Redfield website.) First come, first served. Look for orange tag on power post if site is reserved by date. Sharp turn in for most sites. ALL BACK IN. NOT FOR LONG RIGS!
Nice play ground for kids. Bath facilities are pretty clean but a little worn. Showers (1 each, free) actually work and are HOT. Bring shower shoes just in case. Camp Host might not be around but is in spot #1.
Be sure to check ALL registration posts in campground to find window sticker after paying to avoid early morning knock on door. - Cliffy
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Easy access off Hwy #212- a City operated campground- 20 paved and all back-in sites in a circle- with restrooms and playground in the center area. From site #8 we had a nice view of the lake 150 ft away. Campground Host is at site #1 -very friendly- can answer any questions about the town or area. There s some vehicular noise from the highway during the day, but it quiets by night time. Great stop over for a night...... - Michael Fisher
Jun 2014 - $15.00
We loved this park and plan to return next summer. We stayed for almost two months. Friendly owners, great location. There are no paved sites, which is part of the appeal for us. Most spaces are back in but allow lots of space to do so. No laundry facilities onsite but a 24 hour laundromat is on main street just five minutes from camp. - User3749