This is a nice public park and we are giving it a high rating because of the atmosphere and the beautiful view we had from our site 16A waterfront site. The campground shares its boat ramp and restroom facilities with the park. The restrooms were regularly in need of cleaning. They tried to keep up with keeping it clean. We were actually kicked out of the showers at 8pm one night because they wanted to mop the floors. The boat ramp caused a lot of noise that we only noticed on Sunday starting around 6am. Also the park seems to have a skunk problem. We were sitting outside after dark enjoying the water sounds and a skunk ran right between our camper and the next one and scared us right back inside our trailer. We did see a skunk the next day in the weeds so it is definitely a problem and not just one random sighting. We did like this camp and think the it has great potential if they stay on top of keeping their restrooms clean and figure out how to keep the skunks out! Definitely pick one of the waterfront sites. Those are the best!
This was a family friendly campground. There were lots of kids, especially in the pool until it closed at 9pm. The place is well kept, very busy and had friendly office folks. We reserved a somewhat private spot #C11 and were rewarded with some surrounding trees to aid in our seclusion. There were lots of areas without trees and the campers seemed to be crammed in. Bathrooms were right across from our spot. There were only 2 showers so that there was always a wait. Showers were 50 cents for 7 mins. They were private, very hot and had good water flow. We liked our time here and actually already recommended it to a family we met at our next campground in Salem!
The entrance to the campground was confusing. We ended up parking in front of the resort and they told us that the campground was behind us. It was hidden in the back corner. The view of the river was beautiful. This is a nice campground. We used the pool facilities. Pool was cold, but clean. They also had a hot tub. Our water line broke while we were swimming and we came back to a water-filled camper. Our clothes were soaked, but the campground office and laundry facilities were closed since it was after-hours. (11 PM!) We walked across to the resort and the nice manager allowed us to dry all of our soaked clothes in the resort machines. They were very helpful in our time of need!
This was an OK campground for the money. We got to choose our own spot. It was relatively empty when we arrived after dark. Not much lighting at all, so it was difficult to see anything. The showers were warm and somewhat clean, but the curtains were see-through!!
This was a cheap campground, but at least they could have kept the restroom facilities a little cleaner. The uni-sex showers were dirty, the toilet kept overflowing and there was water all over the floor. The shower water temperature was freezing. The hook-up placement on the campground site was odd. They were too far forward and the sewage hook-up was far from the other hook-ups. They had a nice playground, but the air smelled like cow manure, so it wasn't a nice aroma to be using the playground anyway.
This campground is in the city on a heavily congested road. The check-in building in located in the front and the campgrounds are behind it, so it seems somewhat secluded from the hustle and bustle. Very nice pool and picnic area. Very well maintained and clean.
There were mud puddles everywhere at this campground. They did provide a hose to wash off your camper and vehicle though, which was nice. The pool at the resort was clean and nice. The lady at check-in was not very nice. We seemed to be inconveniencing her by checking in. The one working at the information window was helpful. He helped us plan our 2 evenings and was very friendly. They advertised free Wi-Fi, but I was told when I got there that it was not free.
This was a Good Sam campground that was very well-kept. The restrooms and showers were very clean. They did, however, give us a spot that had a tree on each side so that we have to maneuver our trailer right between the trees in order to back into our spot. This would have been impossible if we had a larger camper than our 20' RV.
Excellent campground with an awesome view of Devil's Tower. I highly recommend staying here for the ultimate experience. They played Close Encounters on a large TV screen at dark. The pool was clean. The restrooms were clean. The toilet in the men's room was constantly broken, though. Private single showers with doors and locks were also clean. They also had a utility tub for doing dishes. Laundry facilities were adequate. This campground was very busy, so it was difficult to go to the check-in counter to ask questions. We ended up going to the gift shop to ask the cashier some questions about Devils Tower.
We stayed during the beginning of Sturgis, so it was really crowded. Campers were packed in tightly, but there was still enough room in our space to maneuver and back in. The showers were pay showers with an allotted time. The time was sufficient for a full shower, however there was no way to adjust the water temperature, so we ended up taking cool showers. The pool was nice and clean. Everyone was friendly.
Outstanding ranch and campground in the middle of nowhere. We were surrounded by scenery on all sides and completely alone. It was beautiful. There was only an outhouse for facilities, but it was kept very clean. There was a lock on the door outside to keep the animals out. We also took the ranch tour the next day and loved that too! This campground is highly recommended is you want to experience some true Nebraska solitude!
This is a Good Sam campground and we loved it. It was right next to the train that goes to Hill City, so we got to see that every evening. The restroom facilities were excellent. The workers were all very friendly and helpful. They even helped us back into our site. Laundry facilities were very limited, but the dryer worked super fast and did a great job!