We spent 4 days here due to location and need only. I wish I had read these reviews before making a reservation. Cost was very high compared to anything we have paid elsewhere. The owners were okay, in fact quite friendly, but adult son freaked out when our adult daughter asked for a visitor pass for her 30-minute visit on our last evening. He accused her of being rude, shouted at her to leave, ran across the park to make sure she was leaving, shouting a threat to call police. Needless to say she left in a hurry, never to return. We will never return either. We experienced the ‘hawk’ in a car patrolling the flat, open grounds several times each day although only 10 units were on the 100-site-park. The Mini-golf was okay, and pool was clean with no obvious tiles missing. The hot tub was closed for repairs. A dog park sign was posted. No patrolling for dog messes was noticed. One shower was quite useless; there was no soap in washroom dispensers. We can accept small inconveniences, but maturity of a 40-something man who has temper tantrums when he feels someone is rude ruined it for us. I wish we could be more positive. Unfortunately one weak employee can ruin an otherwise reasonably good business for employers.
A delightful place to stay. We popped in for one night and found excellent washrooms, wrought iron tables and chairs, very nicely painted at each site. It was raining the entire time, but the campground couldn't have been better. They had recently changed from KOA. Not difficult to find. Extremely helpful and friendly staff.
This campground is a little expensive for April. However, it is very obvious on the highway into the RV Capital of the World and used by many who are there for repairs, warranty services or factory tours. We planned a factory tour and needed repairs when we arrived as well. The office staff are very friendly and helpful. The washrooms and showers were clean and well looked after. It does not have a lot of amenities for this time of year, other than a short hiking trail. However, it is convenient and most use it for that purpose. We might stay there again. The lack of discount price in April was not appreciated when others around were much less. We felt they take advantage of their location. But they are very service-oriented.
We spent one night at the Rustic Barn Campground. It was relatively close to the Field of Dreams, and was our choice of all nearby campgrounds. It is small and very friendly. It was a little difficult to follow the directions due to the highway access but not hard to find since it is a very small community. The sites are gravel, but very level. We had a minor mechanical problem which the owner tried to help with, even though it was Saturday night. The washrooms, showers and laundry room had a personal 'at home' touch with flowers, carpets on the floors, and music at all times. We would definitely camp there again.
Dakota Meadows is an excellent campground. The sites are cement with full hookups in good working order. It was cold during our visit but many retirees were stopping there, and have done so several years as they return from the south. Washrooms and showers, as well as laundromat, are very clean, quite new and neat. We automatically were given a weekly discounted rate without asking. It is next door to the casino. Although we didn't choose the campground for its location, there is a regular shuttle to the casino. We also left our RV stored for 2 days while we made a side trip. They were very accommodating, and charged very nominal fee to park it in the front parking lot. Is not far from any attractions and the twin cities. We would definitely come back here again.