Just spent 10 night on the road in a rental cruise America rv(staying mostly at koa camp grounds). Never thought I wld try an rv trip. Koas have been great. This particular koa is a fabulous oasis! Most of the are right odd te freeway and don't really feel like a try experience (although they r clean and comfortable) this one is just amazing. Staff is lovely, location is remote and peaceful and perfect. if/when we travel they sd again we would only spend one night at the Sioux Falls koa and two night at belvidere (Sioux falls is great hit not remote and peaceful like belvidere).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All the RV sites are long pull throughs with free cable TV and Wi-Fi. Don't feel like cooking? During the summer months enjoy dinner and breakfast in the restaurant. There's a fenced-in area where your dogs can run loose and exercise. While en route to Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park or Devils Tower, this campground is the best stop for exploring a re-created 1880s town before visiting the Badlands and the famous Wall Drug Store. You'll see plenty of wildlife. Birders can look for their favorite feathered friends, along with deer, coyotes and more. The large heated pool, playground, bike rentals and game room keep the kids happy. ... more less