Rush-No-More RV Park & Campground
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Lovely spot. Close to Sturgis. Brothers-in-Arms National meeting was here and they keep coming back. Plenty of room @ Sites. Poor ATT signal. WIFI is best at the office. Music jam session on Wed. Nights is a hoot. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Owner is arrogant
Park itself is nice. The spots are way to close together to be charging $1200 for a week. Felt like we where sardines in a can. The employees are very nice and willing to help you. The owner of the park I found to be quite arrogant. He made it very clear he was lawyer. But being lawyer does not mean you know about service and business. I do have an MBA and business is all about service and return business. So instead of looking at us as dollars, try an be friendly and make us want to return. Please remember you are not the only show in town. I personally will be spending my $1200 elsewhere on my return visit to Sturgis bike rally.
Nice campground and friendly workers. Level pull thru and roomy. They give a discount for passport America
We have stayed at this park for the last 3 years during the rally. This was our last time. The owner is one of worst owners that we have experienced in all our years of camping. We knew from the two previous years that he could be a jerk but we just dealt with him because of the location of the park. However, this year he went above and beyond. We caught him in several lies regarding our sight and our spot in the park and size of our spot. When confronted he invited us to leave saying, " I already have your money ". Save yourself the headache of dealing with him and go to another park.
The only reason I gave this review 2 stars is because of the location of the park to Sturgis.
Too tightly packed in and pricey
We came here to meet up with some friends who were just wrapping up attending a FMCA rally here (not during the bike rally).
The camp host guided us into our spot, saying we'd be able to pull thru without unhitching our toad. He didn't however tell us how tightly we'd have to turn.
We pulled into our spot and cringed at how close we were to neighbors on both sides. And then the host told us we needed to move over about 8 feet, as we were in TWO spots?!? Woah.
In the front section of the park, they stagger you in really close together so that your rear of your RV is overlapping with your neighbors - but you do get a front porch that is fairly private.
The more expensive sites in the back are better spaced out, and some even have hot tubs on your site.
The facilities at this place are immaculate however, and this seems like a wonderful place to host a rally at where the focus is community. There's a great looking community room with a bar for happy hour, small pool, public hot tub and laundry center. There's also a little hiking trail up into the hills behind the park if you wander into the overflow area.
But without attending such an event - it's just not our style.
Once the FMCA rally folks moved on the spots cleared out and the management did a good job of placing new arrivals further apart.
The WiFi was pretty much unusable during our stay, our Verizon got good LTE signal - but our AT&T signal was non-existent.
The rate below is for Passport America with taxes.. crazy to think our little tight pull through has a list price of $46 per night!
We were here for the bike rally and it was perfect! Pool is small, but that and the price is the only drawbacks. We love seeing all the wildlife that wandered thru and the hicks we took in the Black Hills Park. Not too wild during bike week, but lively. I really enjoyed the employees, that make you feel right at home. We will return next year!