This RV park would have been a 10 except that the restrooms weren't that nice. They were clean but they were very dark and old and there weren't enough for the number of campsites, causing us to have to wait in line. We stayed in the Island section which was quiet and shady but you needed a bike to get to the restrooms and pool. It was very centrally located and very convenient for touring the Black Hills. We rented a car from the campground which was a nice convenience.
This had about the nicest restrooms I have ever seen in a campground. Clean and well lit. Very nice campground with sparkling clean pool. It didn't seem too close to any of the Black Hills attractions which would be a negative if you didn't have a vehicle. Super nice, shady, welcoming place,
This was a huge park and I can't imagine how it would be when crowded. We had a cabin on the lake which was quite nice. I used the campground showers and they were barely usable. They were clean, however you had to push a button to get water & it lasted about 45 seconds. They had shuttles from Star Ferry so that was convenient to get over to the island. I think If I had been camping in my RV on a crowded weekend, I would give it a lower score. Pool was nice & camp store has everything. Wi-Fi did not work in our cabin by lake.
This place was OK, but nothing as special as previous reviews indicate. The restrooms were clean, but the water wasn't hot enough to wash my hair on a cold morning, and there wasn't that much pressure in the shower either. What bothered me the most was that it seemed like many people were living there in 5th wheels. At 5 o'clock, all the pickups seemed to be rolling in from work.
This was an awesome place to see the Great Sand Dunes. This was my first ever experience camping in an RV. The site itself was a 10. Amazing view of the Dunes, nice picnic table and fire pit. The restrooms were clean: there were 3 toilets and 2 sinks for our area. I would have appreciated a shower, but I knew they didn't have one going in. There are no hook-ups, but the parks I passed along the way to the Great Sand Dunes that had hook ups didn't look as scenic so this was worth it. There were very few RVs in the park--it was mostly tent camping. Great family atmosphere.
This is a hard one to rate because I think that it is a victim of it's location. Kansas is a dust pit in general so, yes, the park is dusty. I certainly would not make this a destination campground but it was completely serviceable for an overnight stay while crossing the country. Had a decent pool & playground and level sites. I loved that "grandma" led us to our site. Very sweet touch.