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5 RV Parks near Wasta, South Dakota
Sep 2018 - $10.00
RV park is just about 10 miles west of Wall, SD on the north of I-90 in Wasta, SD. All sites are pull through but only 8 of them. All sites have both 50 and 30 amp plug ins and there are 24/7 restrooms available at the self service gas station next to the park. Cash only ($10). There is a dump station with non potable and potable water available. Free for those that stay at the campground. - ATV Guy
Jul 2018 - $10.00
Great place to stay. Quiet, large sites. - Greenfrogtrike
Nov 2016 - $5.00
All pull thru, fairly level gravel sites. 20/30/50 amp sites. Grass between sites is full of burrs and stickers, otherwise would have rated a 10. Very convenient to hwy 40 but little noise, especially at night. Excellent satellite and cell service. $5 overnight, $10 for 24 hour stay. - lovinretirement
Aug 2007 - $27.00
This was a great find for us, as we hit eastern South Dakota at the height of the Sturgis motorcycle rally (first week of August), and couldn't find an RV site anywhere. With a map and the Trailer Life Directory, we found this little campground in Wasta, which is a tiny, tiny little town right on Highway 90. Our first impression wasn't great, as the trees are all small and new, and the grass was turning brown from the continuing drought. But we were directed into spacious and level pull-through site, and the owners delivered an empty garbage can right to our site for our use. The campground is within sight of the railroad tracks, but from inside our coach, we didn't hear a single train during the 4 days we were there. Everything in the campground is in good repair, and the small store, bathrooms and showers were spotless. The RV park is next to a motel, and campground guests are allowed use of the motel's pool, which is right across a small street from the campground. We gave this "no frills" campground a higher rating than some other full service campgrounds I could mention, primarily because of the owners. They were helpful, friendly, outgoing and seemed genuinely happy and willing to do anything they could to help us enjoy our stay. They run a small store on site with a rock shop that's worth a look. As far as we're concerned, good people make a good campground more than all the amenities in the world. - cathyvee
Aug 2017 - $1.00
Park rangers at visitors center discouraged us from attempting to camp here In our 20 foot class B; 12 mile unpaved road to access (part of which can be avoided), first come first served sites are intended for tents and tend to fill up. They made the helpful suggestion that we try the dispersed sites just outside Pinnacles entrance, which we enjoyed. - Cowlkin
Sep 2014 - $1.00
We like primitive campgrounds. Sage Creek is in the prairie section of the Badlands. There were numerous buffalo on the entry road and they can walk through the campground. Sage Creek is definitely accessible by big rigs, but there are only 2 or 3 sites that can accommodate them. All were available when we came in. Like Cedar Creek, the sites are simply pull offs to the side of the loop road, so your slide outs stick out towards the road. I could not find much information on this campground and its suitability for big rigs, so I had to check it out myself and stayed at Cedar Creek first. The road to Sage Creek is dirt, but is wide and not too rough. Locals told us 18 wheelers use it. If you don't need power, like primitive, and are self sufficient for power and water, don't overlook this one. We would stay here again, but its what we like and the price is right (free). There is no shade, sites are level. No cell or internet. We had no problems maneuvering our 39' RV with a toad. - CharlieS
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Full hook-ups, laid out well. Site was level. We stayed going on our way west and again when we returned home on our way east. Check-in was friendly and informative. Several permanent campers - seemed like pipeline workers. Quiet and tidy. Right across the RR tracks from Wall Drug. Train went by once a day. Great location for Badlands visiting. Be warned that this area is windy! - jenshick
Sep 2017 - $32.00
This is a campground in name only. It is a lot with gravel and some very overgrown trees. You risk damage to your motorhome if you park next to the trees. It is not very clean and probably has not had any maintenance done for at least 20 years. It is on the outskirts of town and our directions to get to Wall drug was crossing the train tracks between trains. - Peggy coffey
Sep 2017 - $30.00
I really liked this campground. It is a no frills, close to Wall Drug store and 8 miles from Badlands National Park. The owners are nice and the sites are level, with good cable, and satellite friendly. Our Verizon and T-Mobil internets worked well. Train did not bother us. Great overnight spot. - Liz I.
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Office person was a bit gruff but quick. Good location right off 90. Walking distance to Wall Drug. Sites and roads are gravel, all pull thru sites. Picnic table but no fires. Full hookups. We used the laundry - very clean and very reasonable, $1.25 per load. Great over-the-air channel selection, strong T-Mobile and AT&T cell signal. We didn't need the wi-fi. A good spot to relax for a day or two. - MangoandJune
Aug 2018 - $33.00
We have stayed there twice before for a couple of days. The office staff is friendly and helpful, and loaned us a cable once when we weren't sure ours was working. We agree with others as to the overall look of the park. Of special note is the HUGE dog park- far bigger than any we've seen in a campground. There was also a pleasant, grassy area to walk-probably the tent area, which was unoccupied when we were there. Great cable TV that offered about 60 channels, including all the legitimate news stations that are sometimes absent in RV parks. Nice convenient location for I-90. - Puppie96
Aug 2018 - $42.00
We arrived but the desk clerk was a bit slow. We got our spot and it is gravel but has good power and layout. We are not as long as we used to be but we fit with plenty of space. There is a table and a couple trees around the site as well. Walking distance to Wall Drug and a short drive to Badlands National Park. - John S.