This is a very nice RV Park. A little on the expensive side but about average for this area. The sites are large and level. We had ample room and did not see any sites where it would be difficult to put out an awning as indicated by a previous review. Also, the playground equipment looked new. This is the closest RV park to the Beaver Meadow entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park; easy to get into and out of. There are not very many trees, which we like because we have satellite TV and Internet. Most sites have a great view of the mountains. The people working here were very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again the next time we come back.
We really liked this RV Park. The manager was very friendly and spent a lot of time telling us about the history of the area and what to see and do while we were there. The sites were large and level. We were given a site with no trees so that our Satellite TV would work. The manager even lead us to the site then came back to make sure he has given us the Passport America discount. There is a train track across the highway, but the trains did not bother us. We would stay here again.
We stayed here while we visited the State Capital building in Bismarck. It is a very nice RV Park with long pull through sites. The pull through sites are arranged so that one RV is headed North and the next one is headed South. This puts the bedrooms of the RVs very close together. We had one of the sites at the end of the row, so there was not another RV on our right side. However, at 11:00 pm, someone pulled into he site behind us and keep us up until midnight setting up, because his utilities were just 2 feet outside our bedroom window. This Park is surrounded by thousands of acres of farm land, you would think they could spare a couple more feet between the rigs. Also, only a few of the sites have sewer hook-ups so all of the RV get packed into these few sites and the rest of the park is empty. This park is great if you are passing through and need a place to spend the night.
Looks like they are working on the park, adding new utilities and doubling up the spaces. They now have it arranged, in some areas, so that they can put two RV in each 30 foot wide space if they need to. One RV headed East and one headed West. They are arranged side by side, not on a slant and offset like most parks with this type of setup. After allowing room for the little tree and our slides, we would not have been able to open our door if there was another RV parked next to us. Fortunately, they were not busy when we were there so we had the whole space to ourselves. Next time we may pay a few extra dollars and stay at the other RV park in town.
This is a city park in Pierre, just about a mile for the State Capital building. The park in on the river. It is very nice even though the RV spaces are in a gravel lot. The spaces are divided by markers with lots of room between the spaces. There is a dump station and fresh water available on site. There is a five day stay restriction. Seems like the local police drove through the park every 20 minutes so it was very safe there. The park is located on the Lewis and Clark trail and you can walk or bike several miles of the trail from this location. We did not find this park listed in any of the usual campground books. Very nice for the price. We would stay here again if we ever came back to Pierre.