Very nice, clean park. Not really any shade. We were escorted to our site by a very nice man. The only drawback to this park is getting there. The pavement ends and it is a dirt road for quite a ways, so the rig behind us was fully covered in dust.
This is the only campground so close to the Devils Tower so we stayed here. The sites were OK but we had a very wide deep hole next to us with no tape or fencing around it, so it was an accident waiting to happen. There was no soap or even a dispenser in the restrooms. No toilet paper at all in the men's restroom. Three of the 7 showers had no lights (but plenty of spiders). One had no shower curtain and the one I used, the shower curtain fell down while I was in there. We would not stay here again.
When I made the reservation at this park I was told we had a pull-through with w/e/sewer. When we arrived we were told to drive through the park and pick a sight (a few back-ins were available) and that all sites with sewers were taken. We have a 35' with a tow. The roads were so narrow, filled with huge holes, steep hills and sharp turns that we drove through and left this park.