63 RV Parks near Hill City, South Dakota
Jul 2012 - $40.00
This park is in the process of changing ownership. The new owners are a young couple with several children who live on site. I don't think they have much experience with RV's or parks, but if they work at it, there's a lot they could do with this campground. There are only three 50 amp sites here. Of the approximately 50 sites, 15 or so are tent sites and another dozen are electric/water only. FHU sites are gravel and not too level; we could not get our 43-ft rig completely level and had a 3-foot leap down from our steps. That said, this is a nice park and might be better if the new owners work at it. It's in a lovely setting, convenient to many Black Hills attractions, has free Wi-Fi, clean restrooms and showers and a small but reasonably priced laundry. Verizon wireless worked well here. I think the $40 daily rate (plus taxes) is high and they don't offer a discounted weekly rate. Apparently other campers feel the same way because there were only four RV's here during July 4th week and two of those were long term. We might stay here again if rates were lower. - Buckeye44
May 2012 - $50.00
I love this park. We usually have a 36' travel trailer but we decided to stay in cabins on our trip through the Black Hills. It was a simple sleeping cabin - we were going to tent for a few nights but it was raining. The cabin seemed new, all made of pine logs. Simple full size bed and a nice set of bunk beds. It didn't come with bed linens or towels - but we had our own. The shower house was so nice. SO CLEAN. CLEANER THAN ANY CAMP SHOWER EVER! The playground was nice for the kids and they have a basketball court too. So friendly at check in - they even helped us with directions and gave us a great place to eat! Will be back on our way home from Seattle! - mountainvacationjunkie
24391 Hwy 87 Hill City, South Dakota 57745 (map) | (605) 574-2668
Sites: 36 | Latest Rate: $23.00 | 1 Reviews
Jul 2006 - $23.00
Very nice National Forest Service campground with a camp host on site and minimum items available such as firewood, ice, and candies. Water is available at common locations and is very cold, safe well water. Beautiful campground with plenty of space away from the maddening crowd in most of the rest of the area. Only 5 miles from Mount Rushmore and about 5 from Hill City for a large grocery store. - lgr_001
Aug 2016 - $80.00
The Mount Rushmore KOA is huge, and it has a ton of features. But, it's also VERY expensive and far from perfect. Thunderstorms cause big puddles and lots of mud in the roads and in the RV sites. There is no cell service of any type. The limited WiFi service is just around certain buildings and didn't work at all for me. "Oh, it never works for iPhones," was the explanation I got from a staff member. But other campers with Google phones had the same complaint as me. If your WiFi service doesn't work for the popular brands: then perhaps you shouldn't advertise as having Wifi.
Also, they close the pools during thunderstorms: a reasonable precaution. However, I was told they open the pools back up 30 min after the last lightening strike. After 60 minutes, we gave up. Finally, people were smoking in the kid play areas. There is no sign prohibiting that, so I didn't feel I could say anything, but I certainly don't like it.
Also, many RVs were crammed into sites too small for both the trailer and tow vehicle. I had to park at an angle and partly on the grass. Many people had their trucks partially in the roadway. Considering that I paid $80/night (including a $10 "resort fee"), I was sorely disappointed. I wouldn't stay here again. Frankly, any hotel or campground that charges a resort fee cannot be trusted. - SeaTeacher
Jul 2016 - $73.00
This campground has so much going on it's rather overwhelming! The amenities and location are fabulous, and our family loved the giant games and pools. However, on our month-long road trip this KOA wins the dubious award of having the dirtiest bathrooms we saw. The actual buildings are very nice, obviously recently built or remodeled but there is very high usage and the bathrooms and showers were trashed. Having the bathrooms cleaned a few times a day rather than once would solve this problem. - calijame
Jul 2016 - $75.00
This was by far the best KOA we have ever stayed at! There is so much to do for families and it's close to all the attractions. The restrooms are outstanding, as are the shower rooms, which were very private with a locked door to each shower stall.
The staff was also very friendly and very informative. They could not help you enough. We decided to leave early and we were not charged for the day we had reserved and did not use. I highly recommend this KOA to anyone, especially families. - Barb Thiel
Jul 2015 - $12.00
Close to all the attractions in the Black Hills, about 5 miles from Hill City. Next to highway 385 so it is noisy during the day. We were not there during the day, so it was not a problem. Great camp host. No hookups. - katinfoco
Aug 2010 - $17.00
Although this is a no frills campground it was beautiful. We wish we had stayed longer, it is convenient to Custer, Rushmore, Wind Cave and Rapid City, Hill City and Deadwood, SD. Nice shaded sites with a mild breeze even in the mid to high 90 degree temperatures while we were there. Friendly/helpful host. Highly recommend if you are self contained and can dry camp for up to a week. Generator friendly campground.. - birdbrains
May 2017 - $52.00
Beautiful and expansive park, very suitable for group camping. Basketball, volleyball, pool, playground, group camp cabins. Close to Mount Rushmore and other local sights. The restrooms were very nice and clean, but not very close to the RV site loop where we were camped. The park was beautiful and spacious. - Paul and Jeannette
Sep 2016 - $55.00
Park's wifi service leaves some to be desired. Cable TV available in only one of the many campsite areas in the park.
Sites could use some grading and leveling. - grandflic
Sep 2016 - $47.00
We are actually here as I write this. I was skeptical when a friend told me she was here 20 years ago, but they obviously work very hard constantly updating and keeping this place gorgeous. Pool, laundry and bathrooms look new, clean and modern, and they are currently working on the rec room. Store is big, well stocked and the whole place is spotless! It's enormous, so lots of space to walk or bike. WiFi is hit and miss, mostly hit and the base camp has satellite TV. It's right in the middle of all the attractions and just a few minutes from Hill City which has a small hardware and grocery store. If your coming to the area, this is the place to stay. - Grillgirl
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We are here in the off season. Web site says open all year. Kinda true. When ask, I was told we are open all year for cabins. We will be turning the RV water off in a few days. Friendly staff, they mowed some Sunday afternoon, but the trash can was running over for a few days. Looks like there are better places in the area, but most are closed or closing soon. Nice stream right behind the spaces. Fishing and gold panning available in the office with a deposit. 50 amp is strong. 3 wifi locations, but still weak and intermittent, and only a few campers here. Good cable. Great bike/ walking trail next to park. - DGB46
Jun 2016 - $20.00
Great campground! Nightly rate based on monthly rate, includes electricity. Very friendly staff will go far to make your stay pleasant. With a premier bicycle trail adjacent to the campground and all other Black Hills attraction nearby, this is a great location for all your regional sightseeing. - Stars rv
Aug 2015 - $53.00
Very simple CG. A bit pricey for no amenities. Public laundry about ½ block away. Staff friendly and very laid-back. Roomy with grass between gravel sites. All 50 amp FHU. Didn't check restrooms/showers. Route US-16 about 100 feet away but noise wasn't all that bad. Only 12 miles to Mt. Rushmore National Monument. - StephenK
Nov 2016 - $32.00
Stayed here for a month in late Aug/early Sep. Rate is based on monthly rate. The park owner is the nicest person. She not only keeps her small park spotless - she is super pet friendly. On several occasions when my wife and I went sightseeing, she looked in on our dog and even gave her treats and took her for walks. Who does this nowadays? Above and beyond on her customer service. When we go back to the Black Hills, we will stay here again. - RvFoodys
Sep 2016 - $35.00
It is difficult to rate this park fairly. It is clean, small and on the highway. The noise is probably the largest factor against it. It also has no shade anywhere.
But, it is close and convenient to Mt. Rushmore and Custer State Park, two of the biggest reasons for coming here.
Next time, we will find a quieter, shadier park. - LarryJohnston
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Rate reflects one night at PA rate of $20, 5 others at regular rate of $40. Although there are no amenities or facilities, we thoroughly enjoyed this stay. The owner greeted us as soon as we pulled in and gave us time to get settled before she came back with visitor information and to collect. The grounds were very nice, lush green grass at most sites, with an easy, short trail leading to the Mickelson trail. Well located for visiting Custer State Park, Needles Highway, Keystone, Hill City, etc. Signage on the highway is hard to spot, but easy in, easy out, with level sites and good utilities. We would stay here again, even though there are no amenities--who needs them in the Black Hills, anyway? You're gone all day every day. So this is a great value. The owner was kind enough to collect our mail from the post office and deliver it while we were there. - MissMyGolden
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here in mid October so it was not very crowded. The property is absolutely beautiful with a creek running right through it. There is also a walking/hiking/bicycling trail right next to the property. The laundry facilities were new and very clean. Showers were very clean although a little small and possibly crowded if the park were full. Full hook ups, Cable TV, and wifi that worked most of the time! We would definitely stay here again. - T Rossi
Oct 2016 - $38.00
Was guided to a pull thru spot. Very level and all hook ups close. Cell phone service was good, their cable tv was good. Staff was helpful and friendly.
Had a problem with washing machine, gave me back money and went to a different machine. Spots were a little close but we were there off season so was no problem. - dunk05
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We didn't think this was a resort park but was clean and a nice place to walk the dog. The sites are real close but since we were their in the off season we didn't have anyone camped next to us. Their was road noise but it was quiet at night. The staff were real nice. - Jay Herb
Sep 2016 - $10.00
We we're tired and looking for any campground where we could stop for one night. We pulled in when we saw the sign and saw empty sites. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We camped here on a weekday.
This CG is a gem! It has only 20 primitive sites (no hookups) and only 4 were used the Tuesday after Labor Day. The sites are relatively small yet nestled in the pines and most are relatively private. Some needed a little leveling. There's no wifi. ATT and Verizon coverage was ok. The CG host was friendly and helpful. - dsvt
Jun 2016 - $48.00
We stayed for 6 nights on one of their large pull though sites. Yes it was nice and long but the pull through itself wasn't graded properly and the surrounding ground was very uneven. Poor wifi and cell reception wasn't good, but the thing that was unacceptable was the lack of water at breakfast time rendering our own facilities useless. Built with primitive camping in mind. - Janet-UK
Jun 2016 - $48.00
Campground is quiet and clean. Roads are a bit narrow, but all the big rigs here during my stay managed with no problems. Staff very friendly and helpful. If they didn't have what I needed in their store, they offered to run into town and get it for me. Pool is small but nice for a quick swim-pool is also heated. No loud late night parties allowed- very family oriented. Great views of the surrounding mountains-most of the campground has mature trees mixed in. We could see deer right from our campsite. Water pressure is not very good. Cell service and WiFi signal is weak at best- great to really get away from the rest of life. We would definitely stay here again. - Shootecogo
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Park people are nice as they come, but this place is in bad shape. Roads are very narrow and in very bad shape. Many cars coming in and out dragged bottom in the ruts. I had to use 4 wheel drive to get into my site and out of it. There is just enough gravel on each site for the wheels to fit on then there is grass and mud everywhere else. My site was at the bottom of a row of 5 pull through sites and all the water drained to my site which made a mess. This park has great potential, but somebody has to do more than "get by" maintenance. In the condition the park is in now, I would not stay again and I feel the price paid for a park in this condition was a bit much. - PJ's Park and Play