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So the facility itself is wonderful. Bison routinely roam close to the campsites, and there is a prairie dog town practically in the campground. As primitive campgrounds go, the facilities are good.
HOWEVER, as a previous reviewer stated, there is no maximum limit. People being...More
Off the beaten path and website states it rarely fills. Arrived at 2 pm. No designated sites so set up tent next to covered picnic table. Glad we did because when we got back from exploring, all picnic tables were claimed and then some. Both...More
If you are camping in Badlands National park this place is an absolutely must stay! It’s more remote than the main campgrounds (due to being further out from the main attractions) but don’t let that fool you. Any car in decent weather can drive the...More
Overall, depending on the time of year you go, this is a great campground and is in a way better location for hiking and sight-seeing that the paid campground in the area, in my opinion. We went the week before Memorial Weekend, so it was...More
This is our absolute favorite place to stay whenever we go to the Gorge for concerts or to just camp out and go boating on the river. The expansive Grounds are always clean, there are a number of hookup stations for campers and RVs, 4...More
Response from Terence C | Reviewed this property |
I suspect your trip has long since come and gone, so I'm sorry for the delay, but in case it's helpful for you or others, you can definitely get a spot. There are designated sites, but ultimately people just set up camp... More
I suspect your trip has long since come and gone, so I'm sorry for the delay, but in case it's helpful for you or others, you can definitely get a spot. There are designated sites, but ultimately people just set up camp wherever there's space. It's a wide enough expanse and far enough off the beaten path that I suspect it rarely, if ever, actually fills.