Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Very "rough" park. All rock. No trees. Very "rustic". 3 miles from Interstate, but there is a tavern with a drive through window on way. Owners are putting their hearts into this park, but it could be a struggle. Stayed here overnight. Would try to locate another park. We camped at All Seasons RV Park in a Motorhome.
New price is $35 + 8% tax. Pretty pricey for a bare bones campground (CG). Sites big, graveled, long, generally level. North sites you have to get into by driving through the south sites unless you know when you come in to turn right and go on the other perimeter road. You are on a hill with views over the valley; no trees and good satellite reception. CG is quiet, but watch out for wind; may want to keep your small awnings closed. Five bars for AT&T 4G cell phone. CG about 15 minutes from Gillete. We camped at All Seasons RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $32.00
We needed an overnight stop between Billings, MT and Rapid City, SD. They choices were not to our liking and we found this small camp ground off Interstate 90. It is off the main highway by a mile. It is very quiet. There are three full time residents and a monthly camper at the campground. The sites are 60 feet wide by 100 feet long and can accommodate large rigs. Television signals are few, with ABC and NBC the prime viewable signals. There is a laundry facility on-site with 4 washer and dryers. The restrooms are a single room for each men and women, and they are roomy and clean. This campground has been open for 2 years according to the owner, who is very gracious. This campground is located in the vicinity of Devil's Tower, Black Hills National Forest, Black Hills Badlands, Badlands Petrified Gardens, Minute Man Missile National Historic Site, and other scenic attractions for a days touring. If we were passing by we would consider staying again at this campground. We camped at All Seasons RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $30.00
I have stayed at many campgrounds ranging from privately run setups all the way to the well known KOA's in numerous states. So far I have enjoyed All Seasons RV the most due to the spacious lots, cleanliness of the site, and the excellent owners. I have run into quite a few campgrounds/parks that the owners left much to be desired, but here, I am glad to see the 'southern hospitality' that I had been missing. The first thing I noticed was the overall lot sizes. Being cramped is no longer a concern at all. There is enough room for two rigs side by side with slides out, really more than enough room! The hookups are easy to use, and the hydrants have heating elements which help if you need to hookup in the winter. Service is 50 AMP or 30 AMP and I have had no issues. I do not use my TV so I cannot comment on the TV side of it. As far as the internet, the speed is as good as anywhere else I have been, but admittedly, I do not spend much time with bandwidth intensive programs either. I have used the washers and dryers and have not had any issues there either. The wash rooms are nice, and accessible as well. As far as things to do, there are plenty. I enjoy being outside, so I have found the Black Hills and even Sturgis to be well within less than a days drive. At the end of the day, it is very quiet and one could sit outside and not be bugged by noisy people or traffic flying by. Overall, I am very impressed with the thought that went into the park, the spot sizes, and the down to earth owners! We camped at All Seasons RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.