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Stayed for 3 days-was supposed to be 4, but strong storms (tornados) in Northern Nebraska delayed our arrival by a day! Nice place to call " home base" for touring Black Hills and attractions! Was told they are full this year all the way until...More
We arrived about noon and we're greeted with a smile! After filling out the registration, we were escorted to our site (24). The guy was so helpful and guided us into our site. The campground is hilly with gravel roads and sites and has lots...More
We stayed here for a week while traveling with family that had a camper. We stayed in a cabin across from their campsite and the five of us were perfectly comfortable in our cabin. The pool and slide was a great bonus and our kids...More
Stayed for 5 days in this campground with our hybrid camper and 3-generation family of 7 while touring Black Hills area. Great location for accessing all the tourist stops and scenery. Campground is wooded and most spots are shaded. It is sufficiently off the highway...More
We stayed here 3 nights over the fourth of July holidays. Considered ourselves lucky as we got the last tent camping site available (everything was sold out, and they had just opened up this new campsite). The park is lovely and has a lot of...More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why... More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why they hang around.
Some had gotten tame enough children were trying to catch them and hold them. They discoursge this. Diseased?Nonsense! Maybe city folk just aren't use to wild animals running free.