Very nice park with VERY sloped sites, which is to be expected in the Black Hills. Bathrooms were nice, pool was clean, and the staff was friendly. WiFi not available while we were there. Told us it would be working the "next" day. The next day would come and we were told the "next" day. I needed internet access for work, and had planned on it, but never got it. No TV channels available, nor will you probably have a cell phone signal.
The campground is pretty nice overall. The showers are old, but were clean. Pool was small, but it was very clean. The kids playground equipment was a joke. The sites are not real deep, but plenty wide enough for your slide to go out and not be on top of the next guy. They do advertise wi-fi, but it is only available about 5 feet from the office. The fishing was pretty good with bluegill, bass, and perch caught, and no license required. We would probably go back.
I can't think of a negative thing to write about this park. For those with kids, it is the greatest. For those looking for the great outdoor adventure, this place isn't for you. It's right in the middle of town. So much to do there and in the surrounding area. Everything was spotless, the staff was kind and helpful, and the sites were great, being concrete with a nice patio. Making reservations for it again right now.
First time here and we loved the place! Didn't mind taking the garbage up front (4 dumpsters now - no waiting!). Only thing keeping it from being a 10 is the lack of shade. We do like our trees, and there are very few of them. Everything else is top notch, from the showers to the pool to the playground and staff. The pavilion is brand new, and they have music and entertainment in there on the weekends. We are figuring out when our next trip will be. During the week they have a "Pay for 2 nights - get the 3rd night free" deal, which we took advantage of.
Stayed over a weekend, and lots to do for the kids. Everything was clean and well kept. Some sites were grassy, but others were mostly sand. If you have kids, stay on the north side of Rt. 120 (The campground is split by Rt. 120), as this is where the pool and arcade are located. The southern part of the campground is very quiet... We will go back soon.
Stayed 3 nights with our 6 and 8 y/o boys. They did have a lot of fun. Restrooms and showers very clean, nice little waterpark next door (With a discount for campers!), and a fenced in dog run (Nice touch). Sites are a little close together or I would rate it even higher. Trains don't bother us - we have them at home :)
Also camped here in July '05. It is pretty rundown, especially the seasonals. However, the showers and restrooms were very clean, the pool was spotless (With a certified lifeguard), and the playground was very modern. Our kids had fun. The roads are dirt and sand. There are some nice W/E sites around the big fishing pond they have that are very level, grassy sites. The sites along the Elkhart River are for tents only. We will try it again sometime.