OK park, our site overlooked the lake. Lots of ducks means lots of duck droppings, watching where I walked and still stepped in it. The 30 amp power was weak couldn't run Microwave and toaster at same time. Like most KOA's overpriced, was an older park with side by side hookups. We did not have sewers on our site. We would stay again only because nothing else is available. Our rate reflects KOA discount.
Very nice, big open meadow in center of campground close to walking/biking trails. My only complaint is the Wi-Fi only worked the first day of our three day stay. Would stay here again. A Good Sam Park.
Nice campground. We stayed 2 nights: had to pay extra because we were not South Dakota residents. No one ever checked our reservation. They had a campground host but he didn't seem to do anything. It appeared some of the sites had more tents and people than they should have. We would come back in the off season.
We liked this campground very much. It was a little confusing getting into the first time. Nice long level pull throughs, very strong Wi-Fi. Even though you could see the highway, we did not get any noise. Our rate was a Good Sam discount. We stayed here twice on our way out and on our way back from the Black Hills.
Very nice campground our rate was with Golden Age Passport. Was quiet for the most part, but needs to have a resident campground host/manger. We missed the campground and had to turn around and go back as there is not a good sign at the bottom of the hill telling you that you are here. Otherwise, very easy to get to and we will be back if ever this way again.