My mom and I camped here for 1 night in May. There is ZERO privacy and it was a very expensive campground. I also heard other campers complaining in the morning about the rowdy Boy Scouts who woke everyone up at the crack of dawn,...更多
We camped in October without reservations. We arrived shortly before a beautiful sunset. Since it was "after the season" the check-in station was not open and had confusing signage. We found a spot and settled in. BEAUTIFUL sunrise in the morning. Showers and bathrooms were...更多
We stayed here three nights in September and the weather was perfect. You can walk to the visitor center and to the general store from the campground. There are also a few hikes within a 2 mile walk from here. There is water, showers and...更多
You wont forget this place. The views are kinda surreal. AKA - Star Wars. This must of been mind blowing to the early settlers. Imagine being an Indian from a forested area and being relocated here. Yikes.
Loved this campground!!! Although you don't have a ton of privacy, the spots are spaced far enough apart so you don't feel like you are directly next to anyone. The picnic tables have coverings over them and it looks cool and shades you from the...更多
I was able to make reservations by visiting the badlands national park website, you could do it online or over the phone.
We are planning a 4-5 night trip to this campground for some hiking. Which RV site did you have and which do you recommend for an extended stay. We have a 34' bumper pull. Also is the sewer dump and water close. We do have a Sewer tote we bring with. Would love some good views while drinking coffee under our awning in the mornings! THANKS in advance! Andy and Kathy
We're just passing through from Montana via I90 West, should we prepare to pay entrance to the Badlands National Park to camp here or can we just camp and pack up and be on our way the following morning? Thanks in advance!