This campground is at the end of a 20 mile rough, gravel road but it is worth the drive. The scenery (badlands and Ft. Peck Lake/Missouri River) are worth it. The showers and bathroom are clean considering you have many swimmers/fisher people using them. There is a playground and a nearby marina that has food, gas and ice. We had to bring our own water due to a water problem that happened with the flooding. The campground host is extremely nice and helpful. There isn't a lot of shade of the actual campsites but there are some trees, and you can find shade to sit in. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Tent.