We were looking for a quiet, well maintained campground for an extended Holiday weekend stay. We found it. The staff/Host(s) were great; the most friendly and helpful folks we've met this entire trip. Campground was very neat and very clean and set up giving each camper plenty of room. We highly recommend this location. We camped at County Line Campground in a Travel Trailer.
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Campground is located in a very small town but necessities (Fuel and Food) is available nearby.
We were assigned a pull-through site which is always good, however, utilities are at beginning of site so you must unhook toad or have very long hose. Otherwise, wish all RV parks modeled this park! Spacious sites, strong utilities, clean, friendly/helpful managers, quiet, easy big rig access, level, freshly raked gravel roads. Will definitely return! We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
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Cheapest fuel found on Highway 12 thru South Dakota nearby.
What a beautiful little park. Well manicured long sites (gravel and dirt pad), with enough room in between (grass). Picnic table, bbq, and firepit all at the site. Wifi is ok, but cell reception (Verizon) great. Easy access to park and within park. Beautiful green views all around. Close to Summit Lake. A great place to just relax! We camped at County Line Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
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Travel Center nearby with gas station, small store, Pizza Hut, and coffee shop.
Beautiful immaculate little park. Didn't use the bathrooms but went in to check them out and they were spotless. The couple managing the place couldn't be nicer. They serve breakfast, which we couldn't stay for, but it sounded wonderful. Easy to enter and exit. Very convenient to I-29 but not close enough to hear it. Would definitely stay again. We camped at County Line Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We were the only visitors in the campground and just stayed one night. Everything was immaculate, particularly the bathrooms. The sites were spacious and level, however there was no shade. It is obvious that a lot of money has been put into the facility. We would absolutely stay here again. We camped at County Line Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is one of the nicest parks we've ever stayed in. The campground hosts are super friendly and do their best to make your stay a happy one. We had a mechanical problem when we entered the park. When I inquired about the availability of a mechanic, the host asked if he could look at it and maybe help. He ended up fixing the problem, saved me at least $150, and wouldn't accept any payment. The roads in the park are gravel without a single pothole and the sites are large with plenty of room to run out your slides. I recommend this park without reservation. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
We only stayed 1 night but what a hidden gem! The couple looking after it were sooo friendly! The washrooms are AWESOME...JUST AS IF YOU ARE AT HOME! Individual rooms with a toilet/sink and shower which are kept very,very clean.The campground is nothing special but everything is so neat and tidy that you forget there are no trees or other amenities. There is a laundry and would you believe it....a continental breakfast. I would defiantly keep this management cpl. as they do such a good job....as if they owned it themselves. Neighbourhood is nice to walk around and a BBQ restaurant right across the street. Which we were told would deliver to the park. Can't beat that! We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
Nice, well maintained campground. Everything worked as advertised. WIFI good but there were only 2 campers in the campground other than the host. The pull through sites were very nice but you will need approximately 25-30 feet of sewer hose if you are in a motorhome and leave your towed vehicle hooked up in the site. Campground hosts very nice and helpful. Continental breakfast available in the office was a nice touch. We would return if in the area. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $20.00
This is my second time at this park. It was in late October, so the water, sewer, bathrooms, etc. were closed. No one on site. I was the only camper. That being said, it was a safe haven with electricity for the time of year in this northern location. I will return on my way north next spring. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $20.00
Rate reflects Passport America discount. This campground was nice for a couple of days. No shade, but temps pleasant. Very clean bathrooms. Very friendly campground hosts. Only heard the train in the daytime. The town of Summit is well past its prime with only one restaurant, a small hardware store, and a grocery store that I would be leery of eating food from (lack of turnover). Otherwise, everything is boarded up.The nearest town in either direction is 30 miles away. We camped at County Line Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice and quiet park except that trains go by, but not real often. We didn't hear them at night. The sites are wide, long, and level. There is a picnic table and fire ring at each site. WiFi was excellent. This park is a PPA, Escapees 50% off, and Good Sam park. The only complaint I have is that they do not honor the PPA or Escapees discounts on the weekends and that fact is not listed in their ads. We were there over a weekend (Fri, Sat, & Sun), so all we got was a Good Sam rate. The park is located at I-29, Exit 207, and there is major road construction going on at that exit. DON'T LET THAT DISSUADE YOU FROM STOPPING. Just be patient with the one-lane open situation. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
A beautiful jewel of a campground. Clean, very well maintained, with friendly staff. The pull-thru site made parking and hooking up easy. Sites are fresh gravel and the whole place looks like it was newly constructed. It is really that well taken care of. Highly recommend this park. We camped at County Line Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Nice enough park, but definitely an overnight stop. There is nothing to do or see in the area. The nearest town to eat or shop is 30 miles away. Nice managers, but only plan one night. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.
Not good for a big rig towing. The services are at the rear of the pull through so one must unhook the toad to use the full hook up. Few of them are level enough for a motorhome comfortably. We decided to go on to find a better site. We camped at County Line Campground in a Motorhome.