We stayed here in an RV. I did not use the bathrooms, so cannot comment on the state of those, but my husband thought they were acceptable.
Pros: All the spots are level pull throughs. Picnic tables were in good condition. Grounds are VERY clean. Never saw any trash whatsoever lying around. In fact, if you leave your garbage bags by the road, the staff will haul them away for you. You are escorted to your campsite by an employee in a golf cart. Many activities are scheduled for children. With the exception of bingo and mini golf, all activities are free. The kids loved the jumping pillow and the wagon ride with Yogi. They have themed weekends with coordinating activities. The campground is easy to find. It's right off I-90. You can be at the mall in Sioux Falls in about 25 minutes. You could be at downtown attractions in even less time than that. It's also a great spot for anyone passing through on their way east or west. Water temp of the pool was reasonable. Nice variety of chairs surrounding the pool. Plenty of necessities available at the campground store. The staff was friendly and helpful. We never got bored. Despite the close proximity to the freeway, the campground itself got quiet quickly at night. We never heard any campground noises which woke us up, which was a first for us.
Cons: The only storm shelters are the two comfort stations. I doubt everyone would fit inside and these are not underground. The water in the pool was very cloudy. You do not get a scorecard when you play mini golf, so if keeping score is important to you, bring a pencil and paper. The pool is very small and got quite crowded by mid afternoon. Smoking is allowed in the pool area as are mega squirt guns. I got zapped being an innocent bystander while fully clothed. The campsites are very narrow. We were not able to position our camper so that our slide could be out on one side and the awning could be out on the other without hitting something.
Tip: If you stay here, do not book a campsite in row D, if at all possible. This is the closest section to I-90 and you will hear the constant drone of traffic. This is also the lowest terrain, therefore, this would be the most likely section to flood in a heavy rain. Finally, there are no mature shade trees in this section. All the other sections have mature trees, so I'm guessing this section is somewhat newer.
Finally, if you've got kids and are looking to keep them busy all weekend, this is THEE place for you. If you don't have kids and are looking for some R and R, a state park would be a better choice for you.
The kids had a blast and we will most definitely return, but now that we're wiser, we'll book a site in a different section.
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