We camped here in the middle of the week and it was pretty empty, but we were leaving on Friday and noticed all the 50 amp spots were reserved for the weekend. This is a very pretty campground with lots of spaces. Unfortunately, we were so busy during our stay here that we didn't have time to explore. Our Big rig fit fine in the back in spaces.
Rate reflects Coast to Coast Premier membership. This is nice park. We were met on a Saturday afternoon by a gentleman in a golf cart who guided us to the gate and then to our spot. This was nice and thank goodness he was there or we wouldn't have known where to go. The park is mostly park models, but they are very well maintained and the people are so nice. Our arms almost got tired from waving! The pool and hot tub is indoor and nice. We will definitely come back, when we have more time.
This is a great State Park! We had a back in spot that was plenty big for our 40 foot motorhome. All the rangers and hosts were friendly. We were all amazed at how pretty the whole park was. We really enjoyed the tour of Custer house and the Indian village for $6. We would for sure go back if we are in the area. We really liked North Dakota.
Rate reflects Coast to Coast Premier membership. We have been staying in a lot of Coast to Coast parks this summer and this by far the best. I thought we would be given a lesser spot, but that wasn't the case. We were given the biggest most spacious pull through we've ever had! The park is wonderfully maintained and everyone has been friendly. The only negative I can think of and it's minor, is the hot tub is too small and it's very heavy on the chlorine. We will for sure be back.
This is a nice campground right in the middle of town. It is easy to get in and out with a 40ft. motorhome. We used the pool and it is big and pleasant. The owners are friendly and very hands on. We would come back again.
The rate was actually $0 with Coast to Coast Premier. The access to this campground can be difficult if coming from the south. Lots of uphill, switchbacks & bikers. This is a family friendly park with lots of activities. There are a lot of rules and fines, but I guess that is one reason it is kept nice. I really only have two complaints. One is that if you get placed in the part of the campground closest to the lodge, the spaces are very tight! I would not call these spaces big rig friendly! I think we got put there due to being Coast to Coast. The second complaint is there seems to be only one place to take out the trash and it is right by the creek. The wind blows and animals get in it, causing trash to be all over the ground and in the creek. My husband spent a bit of time trying to pick up some of the trash.
Our rate was for Passport America 50 amp. We really enjoyed this little campground. It is lush and green. Take a little walk down by the stream, it's very nice. The only drawback is the freeway noise. We would come back again for short stays.
We stayed here with Coast to Coast. I understand some of the poor reviews, but really overall we liked it. We knew in advance that we wouldn't have sewer or 50 amp and we planned accordingly. We chose site 66, which we pulled in nose first and had a great view of the pond just a few feet in front of our big window. We think the best site for Coast to Coast people. Many others weren't level. The pool was far from the RV spaces and we chose to drive. It is a big and deep (8 ft.) indoor pool. We had it to ourselves and really enjoyed it. There is a lot of playground equipment, mini golf, ect. These are nice amenities, but need a little better upkeep. We did not use the bathrooms or laundry so I have no opinion about that. The drive to town was an easy 5 - 10 minutes. We will stay here again!
We stayed on a monthly rate of $550. This is a very clean and nicely maintained park. The staff is friendly and very responsive to any needs. The restrooms are sparkling clean! The pool is cold so prepare yourself for a shock upon entering, but it feels okay once you get used to it. There is WI-FI, but it is slow and just okay.