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Wonderful place to stay if you are visiting the Badlands, it is right in the Badlands.
However, when we called on the road to book a campsite, I was asked if I would like a river campsite?
Of course I said, love the water, and...More
We stayed here for one night while visiting the Badlands. We stayed in a cabin site (no kitchen or bathroom) but did have an AC unit, thank goodness as it was very hot during our stay. The only bad thing was that the cabin did...More
Friendly staff who helped locate some nearby agate beds. Had a commissary for light meals. What more could one ask for? Palatable drinking water. The only bad thing I can say about it. The water. Please say more? Don't dictate to me Trip Advisor. I'll...More
Pleasant surroundings, owners went out of their way to make sure we were satisfied. Well stocked camp store, WIFI was functional, verizon service a bit on the light side.
As the sites has shade available, was a welcome spot for a couple of days
The people where very friendly. The camp worker showed us to our site and helped use hook up to the services. The only bad thing was bad reception for cell and internet. The do have their own. It's just spotty at best.
To determine availability, try calling 605-433-5337. Phone calls worked well for us. Also, a road construction alert pops up when opening up their website. It could be a bit of a detour for people depending on the direction... More
To determine availability, try calling 605-433-5337. Phone calls worked well for us. Also, a road construction alert pops up when opening up their website. It could be a bit of a detour for people depending on the direction coming from. If you called them, they would be able to answer the road construction question as well as tent availability.
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"If you are looking for a river, there really is none."