The campground is pretty basic, with electric only on-site. Quite a bit of shade, every site has a picnic table. There are several fresh water faucets thru the loop if you need to fill your fresh tank, but know where they are located before you pull into your site to avoid having to loop around again. The dump station is just outside the campground if needed. The campground itself is quite hilly however the RV sites are mostly level or nearly level. Most of the sites are back-in, a few are pull-thru.
There is no cable tv, no wi-fi but a nice place to get away from things and have a wonderful view of the lake, waterfowl, fishing boats, marina, etc. There is a short hiking trail near the campground that circles around back to the campground, it's about 5 miles in length, somewhat hilly in spots but not strenuous. It offers some beautiful views if you enjoy hiking.
If you're looking to get away from the rat race this is a great park to visit for a few days. Extremely quiet park with a small stream running adjacent the campground, a few waterfalls, and some great hiking trails. Sites are very level, most are paved. Full hookups on-site, somewhat rare with most state parks. No cellular service in the park (enjoy the solitude), no wi-fi service in the park, only 2 tv channels on my antenna. It was great to get away for 4 nights here, a bit pricey for a state park but we would stay here again.
An excellent park with everything needed for a great stay. Great wi-fi, very good cable tv, spacious level sites, very convenient to the Badlands NP. A bit pricey compared to others in the area but also offers more. Lots of shade, that's important because it gets very hot in this area of SD. Easily in/out, most all of the sites are pull-thru. Yes we would stay here again.
Good for an overnight stay but a pretty run down campground. Sites need some attention and general clean up. Convenient location, wi-fi works fine, no cable tv service but a few channels with antenna. Would not stay here again, keep driving for something better if spending more than one night.
There are numerous campgrounds in the Custer area, you cannot go wrong with this one. Very quiet, quite spacious sites, excellent wi-fi service, excellent cable tv service, swimming pool and water slide on-site Most sites offer some shade, although not fully shaded either. There is some dust in the park, the roads are gravel and the sites also gravel with plenty of grass...or in our case not very much gravel, mostly dust. It wasn't a big problem but it could be if there was rain, that site could have been muddy. The dust itself wasn't a big problem, we were there in summer so the AC was running and the windows on the travel trailer closed the entire time.
The park is located about 3 miles outside of Custer making it very quiet yet very accessible to the city of Custer, only about 5 minutes drive. There are plenty of sites for big rigs, many of which are pull-thru. We enjoyed watching the rabbits that live on-site wander around nibbling at the grass; don't worry they're not pests and make absolutely no noise or cause any problems.
Yes we would stay here again, it's a very good campground with plenty of on-site amenities and conveniently located.
Easily accessible, fairly level sites, very quiet. Wi-fi service very good, no cable tv service but a few channels are available with antenna. This is a good stop for one night stay onwards to your final destination.
We stayed here en route to our final destination. There aren't many options in the St Louis area. This park is a bit off the highway (maybe 4 miles) but easily accessible and quite large sites. We had no problem in our pull-thru site and it was very level. Most of the sites seem to be occupied by semi-permanent or long-term residents. No cable tv but the St Louis stations are easily accessible by antenna, wi-fi service was very good. I would highly recommend the on-site Sawmill BBQ restaurant, especially the beef brisket. Yes we would stay here again.
This is a no-frills rv park that is super convenient in it's location in Milwaukee. All sites are on asphalt but fairly level. No cable tv, but the wi-fi service was excellent. If you're there for an extended stay and need supplies there is a new WMT Neighborhood Market store about 10 minutes walk east of the park. While we were there some road construction at the nearby interstate exchange created some noise but not overnight; I did not hear interstate traffic noise at all. At the rear of the property is a well constructed paved walkway that is heavily used by cyclists and walkers, it provides walking access to many downtown locations although the walk is about 2 miles. If the weather is nice give it a try. Yes we would stay here again.
This is an excellent all-around resort-style family-oriented rv/campground located about 2 miles from the Dells. If you're looking for a few activities other than just camping you'll find them here; playground, mini-golf, swimming pool, etc. The sites are pretty narrow, backing our travel trailer into our site proved a pretty good challenge. Most sites are not completely level but easily leveled with blocks etc under your camper or trailer. The cable tv is excellent, the wi-fi service is excellent thru the entire park. Some highway noise even though the park sits just off the highway, but it wasn't enough to cause a both or interrupt sleeping. Would stay here again if visiting the local area, even though the cost seemed a bit high it's in line with most of the local rv parks.
We spent one night here en route to our final destination. Yes there is some noise from the interstate but it wasn't close enough to bother our sleep during the night. Very level sites that are quite spacious. Some trees but also an area without trees for satellite tv reception. WiFi works but not in the campground, if you want to use it you'll have to walk up near the offices. Don't miss the excellent hamburgers for dinner in the on-site cafe. Yes we would stay here again, it's fine for one night's stay and very convenient location.