Good central location to explore the Black Hills. Lower loop site 28 was located on small stream. Limited generator use between 8-8 2 hour intervals. Campground was quiet and clean located on lovely lake, nearby hiking trails.
Love this small park on a sandbar. Soooo friendly! They have a wash sink for dishes, and laundry, book borrow, etc. The best thing next to the view and friendly folks is Wild Caraway restaurant nearby!We will return just to dine there again.}
Despite the horrible bathrooms and showers out in the main campground that we had to drive to, the site right on the water made up for everything. You will not find this anywhere else. We had #117, but most on that side are awesome. Love the goats and pigs. Wish they had Wi-Fi.
Well, were we ever frustrated and upset. Transit Campground, which claims to be a Good Sam park, lied about their discount. To boot we are parked between the highway and dumping station for $49.00. They state they are the closest GS park to the city; hogwash! It is a 12-15 minutes drive to the ferry and you have to be there ahead then 10 minutes over, keeping in mind the last boat back is 7:30pm. There are at least 2 Walmarts closer where you can stay for free. I am standing out in the rain, propping the iPad on a dumpster by mosquitoes to write this. There is nowhere to get out of bad weather and wi-fi does not reach our camper. This place is the PITS!