Stayed here two years ago and again this summer. A new shower house has been added; it has 8-10 individual shower rooms. Campground looked better maintained than before. Sites are still tight: your slide-out might bump your neighbor's. It's crowded but everytime we've stayed here it's been quiet. It's very convenient to Teddy Roosevelt NP and downtown Medora. Appeared as though they have added a new area for larger MH's that need or like 50amps. Overall a good park for a couple nights, but you wouldn't want to go here to "get away from it all".
A quality National Park campground. No hook ups or showers, but don't go to most NP campgrounds if you need them. Good evening programs, well maintained and patrolled. In peak season, arrive early in the week if you need a bigger site for larger RV. Scenery around park and most views from campsites is breathtaking.
A nice park as others have written. A great stop if you're traveling on I-94. Easy to get to, gas and diesel convenient. Roads in park are a little tight. Our 5ver is 31' and I wouldn't want to back up much more in this park.
We love this park. We camp here every May. Great well spaced private sites, great hiking trails with fabulous views from Brady's Bluff. The park is close to the state bike trail and there's canoeing options also. A couple of words of caution for this park; if you have a bigger trailer, about 28' plus, you better know what site you are going on. Some are very accessible, some are not. Sites can look big on the park map, but there's always that darn tree that makes the back up a real challenge. Also, the Trempeleau Hotel, outside the park has weekend music festivals. Some of these can draw folks to the park who are there only for a place to crash after the the festival and perhaps some excessive alcohol consumption tossed into the mix. We've had these folks camp next to us and when they return from the festivals they tend to be loud and and it can make for an ugly scene and long night. We've now learned when to go and avoid certain music festival weekend. If you want to really enjoy this park, show up on a Sunday and check out on Friday.
This is an older city park. The sites are a little tight, about 35' between utility pedistas. Picnic tables are provided, but no fire rings. The office is only open from 10:00AM - 6:00PM. It has ample pull-throughs and back-ins for larger rigs. 30 amp hook ups are available, I'm not sure about 50's. There was water & sewer at our site, but only 20 amp electric. For a 1-2 night stop before touring Teddy Roosevelt NP, it's not a bad stop. There are trains nearby, but not too objectionable.
For what it is, it is an OK overnight stop. It's convenient to I80, has full hook ups and wifi, if you camp close to the motel. Ambiance, it does not have. Sites are only about 25' wide. There are no picnic tables, fire rings and I don't think there is a tree in the entire place. If you want a place to pull into late and leave early, it's just fine.
This is another tightly spaced KOA. It is well managed and the staff is efficient. The restrooms were immaculate. They have a great $1 all you can eat pancake breakfast. By the time you add coffee & bacon or sausage, its about $4 but still a bargain. It's not a friendly tenter campground. Our site was right along the road and we had traffic driving very nearby. The campground is near I-90 and another busy city road, but traffic noise is not a big issue. Be sure to go hear the cowboy poet if he is presenting the night you are there. He will also be making your pancakes the next morning.
This park borders on the RV parking lot style. There is some grass, 8-10' between sites and a few small trees, but it is tighter than we like. The WiFi is slow. It's right off of I-25, so there is highway noise to deal with. Despite the lack of the campground feel, the folks who run the place are nice and it is clean. There are small picnic tables, but no campfires. You wouldn't want to set your neighbors trailer on fire!
A nice overnight stop KOA. Sites are well spaced, campfire rings and picnic tables are provided. It is near I-94, so you do get some highway noise and you do hear train horns from Fargo. You can hear them, but they won't wake you up at night if you're in a TT, 5ver or MH. Tent campers or PUP campers may have troubles.
This campground is a Dump! It was a KOA, but they dropped it or it went broke. It is currently being managed by some nice folks, I assume hired by the bank holding the mortgage, but they are doing only minimal maintenance. There was a sign on the wall that the CG is for sale. The pool and bathrooms are being maintained. The drive up appeal is awful. We only stayed because it was the end of a long day and I just couldn't drive on any further. It is also only about 100' from a very busy freight train line and a railroad road crossing, so train horns go all night long! Our electric was the old screw in fuse type, I has to re-tighten the fuse several times during the night as the power kept going off. Go north 10 miles to Lake Minitare SP if you're planning to stay and tour Chimney Rock, Scott's Bluff and other Oregon trail sites.
This park is no longer a KOA, it is now Rte 26 Campground and it is a dump! Do not stay there. A rip off at any price and only 100' from a very busy coal and freight train line. My suggestion, go 10 miles north of town and stay at the Lake Minitare SP. They have electric sites only, but nice paved back in sites. Nice showers and bath facilities also.