Beautiful! We stayed in the East Campground and had an end site right on the Reservoir. We were on our way to Sioux Falls so only stayed one night. We wished we were staying longer. Even though we only had electric hookups, they have a dump station and a fresh water station for those staying longer. We enjoyed our one night of camping here. Sat outside and watched the jet skiers on the water. Nice.
We stayed here for two weeks and had the time of our lives. The owners are really friendly and the park is nice enough. There is a restaurant on the premises that has out-of-this-world breakfasts, the 7th Cavalry Cafe. There are no trees in the park itself, which is fine for us as we use a satellite dish. The sites are grassy and all have picnic tables. This park is a mile from Custer State Park and close to quite a few other tourist sites, so it worked perfectly for us. We loved this area and will be back, and we will stay at this park again.
This park is situated right by Glendo State Park. Most people staying here had boats and spent most of their time at the lake. We just needed a place to stay for two nights so it worked out fine for us. The park is not much to look at. It is all stone and gravel. The sites are wide and our 3 slides fit fine. There is a camp store and not much else. If we are traveling through, we would probably stay here again for one or two nights.
This park was a real change from the usual RV park. The RV's were interspersed throughout the mobile homes, which made staying here like living in a "real" neighborhood. The park was very clean and nicely kept. Our site was backed up to the pool and recreation center, which had all kinds of things to do, pool tables, a card room, puzzles, library: lots of activities. The fact that they don't accept dogs didn't bother us at all as we are not dog people. It was a nice plus. I think we would stay here again if we are in the neighborhood.
We love this park. We actually stayed here for 3 months while we were emptying our house to rent it out and go full-time RV'ing. The owner is very hands-on and takes care of this park very well. It is extremely clean and well-run. The sites are mostly pull through and very big rig accessible. Most sites either have real grass or the "astroturf" lawns, which are actually really nice. We can't say enough good things about this park and we will be returning in November for another 2-month stay!
We needed a place to stay for one night on our way to our next destination. We thought this one would be nice as it is situated on the Arkansas River. Boy, were we sorry. This park is all rocks and gravel with a few scraggly trees. The owners are not the nicest and the price was outrageous for what we got. We will not stay here again.
We love this park! This is the 2nd time we have stayed here. Staying here is like having a country home. There are horses, chickens, turkeys, dogs and Buddy, the goat. The owners are very accommodating and did everything they could to make sure we were comfortable. The park is right on the Blanco river, nestled in a small valley. Very relaxing and the prices are reasonable. We stayed here for almost two weeks. We will be back.
We made our reservations in February to stay in this park in July. When we got here, we did not get the spot we reserved. The spot they gave us was not big enough for our 35-ft. 5th wheel. It took us two hours to maneuver into the space so that our slides would open. When we were finally situated, our door opened into a tree: literally. We complained at the office, and were told there were no other spaces available. They offered an $8.00 per night discount, which I accepted, as we were here to meet up with friends. Spent an awkward weekend walking out into a tree.