No reservation, but got a pretty good site at around 5pm. A dirt/gravel road winds through the hilly park to a dirt/gravel and mostly level site. Plenty of shade. We were near the back of the park, so there was plenty of room to walk the dog. Didn't use any facilities, and stayed 1 night. Very close to Crazy Horse and Mt Rushmore. Overall a pretty clean and rustic campground. $35 is the max that I want to spend, which is what this was. $30 would have been fairer, but then who am I to say? Might stay here again because I know what I'm getting, but would check reviews of other campgrounds to see if there is a better value.
A long gravel road leads up to the 7th Ranch RV park, and if you're passed by a pick-up truck going fast the other way like we were, it gets you off to a bad start. $37 a night is too high for this place, though overall it is not a bad park. We were given 2 free ice cream bars at registration, so that was an instant hit. The gravel road continues to your site, which is also gravel, but level. We had a tree partially blocking out the sunset, which was a good thing because it was so hot. We didn't use any facilities, but the park was clean and well kept. Walking a dog there is a challenge - lots of gravel and very little grass to take care of business. We stayed one night. The Battle of Little Bighorn Nat'l Park is about 8 minutes away. Staff is very friendly. The price and lack of dog walking area would have us look for another place next time, but this isn't a dumpy place at all.
This is just a great Nat'l Park. $10 to enter park and $5 a night (senior) lifts my heart. We had a 30' motorhome and had no problem finding a nice pull through site that was plenty spacious, private, and with a spectacular view. Walking the dog was an absolute pleasure. No water, electric or sewer, but the whole ambiance of the park more than makes up for it. Besides, that's the way Theodore Roosevelt saw it. It was so great to get away from the typical RV parks and really enjoy the outdoors and natural splendor of North Dakota. Can't wait to go back.
The intense heat may be one reason I gave this park a 7 out of 10 rating. For $28.50 a night I thought the price was fair. Sites were adequate, but there were many long term campers here, giving it more a feel of a trailer park. Not a lot of room to walk a dog. Did not use the facilities, but the pool appeared clean. Stayed just 1 night. Took about 45 minutes to get to South Fork Ranch in Parker, Tx. Probably would not stay again, but it wasn't the worst of our travels.
This RV park was a nice surprise for me. We stayed 2 nights, and for $61.50 total I felt it was a very good value. We had an end unit so I could give our dog a little more leeway on his rope. It also had a very large shaded pet area that was clean. We didn't use any facilities, but the pool was well used and clean looking. With the shuttle to Graceland a short walk away, it was very convenient. A local restaurant offered a free pink limousine ride to their eatery, and a lot of people used that. Shuttle buses to downtown Memphis are also available. Overall a great little park for either overnighting or weekly stays.
Pleasantly surprised by this park. At $22.50 a night it was the best value outside of some Nat'l and State Parks. Site was roomy, level and clean. Plenty of room to walk the dog. Didn't use any facilities, but did take the free shuttle to the Ameristar casino across the street and ate dinner and gambled a little. Shuttle is available 24/7. Next time will check out the history in Vicksburg. This campground is a keeper.
No reservation, but was given a very lovely shaded site (back in). Staff was ultra friendly and accommodating. Didn't use any facilities. Plenty of room to walk the dog. Overall very well kept. Used just for an overnighter. Has a fishing pond that was actually being used by some guests, and a game room and a nice camp store. About 30 minutes from House on the Rock, and Taliesin. Would stay here again.
We had no reservation, but arrived about 5 pm and were warmly greeted and given a very nice level, pull through site. Campground was clean and had lots of room to walk the dog. Didn't use the facilities. Perfect for an overnight stay, and at $25 it was one of the best values we encountered on our month long vacation. Highly recommend.
This was the last of 18 campgrounds we stayed at in July, and the worst of the 18. Grass was overgrown, sites were uneven, a pack of dogs was running loose, to name a few things. This is really a trailer park with spaces for overnighters. We were the only motorhome, and I think the only passersby. People were going off to work in the morning, as most of the trailers looked settled in for the long haul. We didn't use any facilities here, but walking by the pool gave me an indication of how they may not have been kept up too well. I would give it a slightly better rating if it was $25, but for the $38 we were charged, it was a terrible deal. Look elsewhere.