4 RV Parks near Murdo, South Dakota
Jul 2016 - $31.00
RV spots are a block behind the motel and main street, so there is some highway noise. Other than toilets and shower there are no amenities. - W Davidson
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Good overnight park. Close to I80 and restaurants. You have to check in at front desk of the American Hotel. Park is located 1 block downhill, south, of motel. All spaces are pull thru's, including larger spaces on top of hill on asphalt. - be rob
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This park does not deliver on what it promises in their advertisement. There is no cable at this park. The owner told us that they did not want to pay the $75 deposit for the boxes, so no cable. There are no antenna stations here either. Be prepared to watch your own dvd's. The side of their pool caved in 2 years ago, and they are not going to fix it. Therefore, there is no pool. The laundry has no working dryers, so you must string up a clothes line to dry your clothes. The restrooms are dirty. They have a sign that states they have a shortage of help, so you have to go across the street at another hotel to get registered when you arrive. There is no designated check out time. There is no sewer hook up at the sites. The entrance to the Rv park has a very steep, gravel drop into the park, as well. - Perfection expected
Sep 2016 - $35.00
We enjoyed our stay here. We used this campground as a stop on our way to Oregon. Easy access for fifth wheels, dump station available,and easy to get to. Fairly level grass pull thru sites with very nice rural views of ranch lands. Big beautiful trees.
Went swimming in the pond, and it was very refreshing! There are lots of frogs, but we like frogs. - Centralcoaster
Aug 2016 - $34.00
This is a family park. It's a great place for kids. We liked it better however during the week when the kids were gone and it was so very quiet except for the cows. The good - We had an easy access site for our big motorhome. Utilities worked well. We had great WiFi (but we were next to the office). The AT&T cell phone "booster" helped when you stood right next to it. Otherwise, don't expect any cell service. The fishing was GREAT. We caught our fish in a little over an hour and they were HUGE! Not exactly a challenge, but it was fun to finally land some fish and again, ,they were bigger than I've ever caught before (we caught one that was nearly 4 lbs). We didn't really use the bathrooms, but they seemed clean although are dated. Our satellite dish worked well in spite of all the trees. - KampingKris
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Very family friendly. We stayed over holiday weekend so very crowded, and some campers were not good about keeping their dogs on leash, but camp hosts talked to them about it. Some sites are VERY close together-we couldn't use our awning because our neighbors were using theirs, but it did shade our doorway as well. We found sites we like for next visit - 17, 58, 94, 13. - vanvfam
Sep 2016 - $39.00
Our experience with KOA had been cramped busy campgrounds. This is an exception. This is a wide open area, some distance from town, with a small lake, nice dog area, laundry etc. Staff was careful to space the campers around the park to avoid anyone having neighbors too close. Very nice place to camp. Good Dish, excellent Verizon 4G 5 bars.
1880's Town (amusement/history park) is just down the street and if you're going there this is a great place to stay. - Bucky Beaver
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Very well maintained, clean in all respects, friendly service including Chinese exchange student. Great location. Stay here if passing on I-90.
Our rate was only $ 30, but was probably September rate. Place is worth at least $ 40. - soleracamper
Aug 2016 - $45.00
We were escorted to our level concrete site. There is a great dog park here which our 2 dogs really enjoyed. The park is so manicured and the owners are friendly and welcoming. There is also a wonderful restaurant here run by the owners. Think Indian Taco! Cool fresh country air! - Full timer with dogs