2 Parks near Interior, South Dakota
Jun 2015 - $45.00
We stayed here two nights. Park itself is pretty good, staff if very nice. Campground has lots of space and sites are well spaced. Utilities in good spots and good shape. Pool looks in good condition. Here is the bad thing, that the park has little they can do about. Way too many mosquitoes, ponding is a real problem when it rains. Even though they sprayed the park the day before we arrived the amount of rain and blood suckers was ridiculous. If it rains - expect a lot of water in and around the park including the sites, our utility pole was flooded about 1/3 the way up. - cbrew
Jun 2015 - $42.00
This park is an excellent choice to use as a base to visit the Badlands and other attractions in the area.
The layout provides spacious sites with extensive shade from the cottonwood trees. The downside is that during June those shade trees are dropping cotton balls and they are everywhere.
The staff is attentive and the store is well stocked. - Ratch
Sep 2014 - $43.00
Loved it. This place is beautifully kept with a friendly courteous staff. The small camp store was very nice. I would highly recommend this campground. Very close to the Badlands. - Adirondack Ed
Aug 2014 - $27.00
Good Sam rate. New owners are great. The CG is in the Badlands but outside the National Park. Not far through the park to reach I-90. One reason the rating is a little low is the issue with stanchion power when we tried to set up. My EMS wouldn't connect because of fluctuating voltage on the first stanchion. The second I tried did work but we had to be wise with appliances and accessories or trip the EMS with a low voltage error. The CG is clean, there are wind shelters on some of the sites (yes, the wind does blow here). The first night we had gusts to 35 MPH for about an hour before sunset. Easy access to Badlands National Park and worth the effort. We experienced traffic of a different nature this week since Sturgis Rally began 8-1 and runs through 8-9. SD-34 is the historic Highway to Sturgis and tens of thousands of bikers use the route...kind of fun to watch. In case you do get a site without sewer there is a dump station. The swimming pool is an above ground set up but the owners keep is clean. There is a restaurant and a motel on the grounds and plenty of room for camping and RVing. Sites are rough, dirt and gravel and there are some shade trees and plenty of room between sites. Laundry facility is clean and inexpensive. Most sites also have fire rings. We enjoyed our stay here and will return if through the area. - SilverBear
Aug 2014 - $27.00
We were here a few years ago and wanted to see if the new owners have made any improvements. We had a level, gravel, full hookup pull-through site. There were maybe 20 other RVs in the park and some of them appeared to be extended stay customers. There is no cable TV but most sites appear to be satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi network was fine for us but that may be because the motel was almost empty and the park only 1/3 full. The new owners know that the electrical system needs to be updated, but I'm not sure they realize how many other problems this park has. Only 23 sites are full hookup and only one of those is 50 amp. There are about 20 W&E with some of them 50 and some 30 amp. The rest of the sites are no hookups or tent sites. Even the full hookup sites are a problem. While most of the sites in our row of 12 FHU, 30 amp sites had their own sewer on the driver's side, the W&E was shared every other site. So half the sites had the W&E on the passenger side of the site. The bathrooms are OK but the showers are very small. The laundry is small and cheap. I thought that the restaurant was just closed for the season but another customer told me that it is not open at all as of right now. The new owners have a lot of work to do to get this place up to par. The view of the Badlands to the north is fantastic. - Jerry S
Sep 2013 - $24.00
Nice park; lots just long enough. Level. Some lots have sewer, some don't. Lot 1 is the "Wi-Fi" lot. Only 3 channels on antenna. No cable. Facilities worked well. Friendly owners. Badlands right out window, but a short drive will take you even deeper into them. Some road noise from the highway, but in a solid sided camper it's not all that noticeable. The town of Interior has 67 residents and appears to be a town that "was". Campground is for sale. We would stay here again. - PennyPA