The park is very nice and quiet. I would rate it higher, but we are full-timers and relay on cell phone and WiFi. No Verizon service and their WiFi, router in office,was not working. DirecTV was OK. We were here a couple days to see the local sites. Made day trips to Soo Locks, Whitefish Point and Tahquamenon Falls.
We agree with the other comments, but were close to the road and did find the road noise objectionable. DirecTV reception is good. Verizon is extended service and National Access for data card. The local Telco is Alltel which I understand was just bought by Verizon, so service may improve. We had 30amp service and found the voltage was low, 108vac with 1200w load around supper time.
We stayed here because we wanted to do some shopping in Portland OR. We were pulling a 40 foot fifth wheel. The sites were tight to get into and close together. We had a pull though. For a one night stay this park is ok. It sets close to Hwy 5, hence very noisy. Our DirecTV didn't work as we were setting below and next to the highway. Lots of rules and I would say not pet friendly.
Very nice park close to Spokane Wa. Easy to park our 40 foot Fifth wheel. A little road noise but settles downs at night. Nothing for kids to do, the park was full of Full Time RVers when we were there. DirecTV work well. We would stay again.
We stay one night and that was one night too long. We called one day ahead for reservations, which they took. We were worried if they could handle a 39 foot fifth wheel. We were told the size didn't matter, they had sites that would fit us. Arrived at 3 pm just ahead of a big thunder storm. Were told which site was ours just minutes before the office closed. No one help us park. We pulled up to the curved pull through site which had tall trees on either side. As soon as my D started to pull into it I knew we would not fit as the trees leaned in and would hit our Fifth wheel. My D tried to back up but the wheels on our REV fall off the black top into 2 foot of soft gravel. It took 3 hours in the rain with tow truck to wiggle out of there and find a back-in site. The park manager was as helpful as possible, but couldn't do much but waive the nightly fee. He did acknowledge that we should not have been given that spot. The person just didn't know any better.
We stayed for a month but if there was another park with in 50 miles that could handle a 39 foot fifth wheel, full hook up, we would have moved. The park sits on top of a hill so it's very windy. The sites were too short to park our truck on site. We had trouble with the 30 amp service more then once, had to get park folks out to fix it. The roads between the sits are too narrow and very difficult to pull in or out of your site if you are 36 ft or more. When the park is full it's almost impossible. If you have a visitor they have to paid an extra fee to visit you at your site even if it's only for a few minutes. In short we didn't like our stay there and would have move if there was any other RV park around. We have a 39 foot fifth wheel and 23 foot truck.
Broken Arrow is a new 2007 RV and Horse campground. The horse’s are in an area by themselves. Owners are very friendly, will help you any way they can. They live at the park so help is 24/7. Well located park for visiting the Black Hills, it sits just north of Custer State Park. Sites are 30 ft wide and 70 ft long, all are level gravel with grass and run North and South. For sure Big Rig friendly. Every site has a new picnic table and fire pit. Hookups are conveniently located on each site. No problem with side outs or satellite signal on any site. Nice views of Black Hills and forest. Very quiet, cooler then most Black Hills parks as it’s near 6000 ft high. The sun sets awesome. They have clean rest room, showers and laundry. Also bunk house’s for those folks who travel with their horse’s but no place to sleep. WiFi works well if you have an outside antenna. If you like to hike in the Black Hills Forests there are miles of horse trails you can walk or ride on. Coming from a city life it was something else to see the stars at night. If you are looking for tent camping they have good sites set under the pine trees. We came in June of 07 and liked it so much will be staying till September. There is lots to do, swimming or boating in 4 lakes with in 10 miles, visiting attractions, train rides,shopping, you name it the Black Hills has it. This is our first visit to the Black Hills and as you can tell we love it. We are new to full time RV-ing and will visit this park again. We have a 39 foot Fifth Wheel and 23 foot truck. We are paying a monthly fee of $450.00 plus tax.