Note: our rate reflects a holiday rate. Nice, clean campground in remote rural location. Owners were very friendly. Were surprised at how quiet the campground was, given there are so many seasonals and it was a holiday weekend. The dirt road leading in to the campground had many ruts and soft spots due to recent heavy rains. Nice pool.
This is a wonderful campground. The restrooms and showers were very clean. Bring cash as they do not allow you to have a running tab for items such as ice, firewood, and such. It is cash only for these items. The location is wonderfully central to all of the attractions in the Black Hills. We stayed in site 155 in the Ranch Camp. This should not be a site as it is moon shaped and difficult to get rig in and out. Also, it is right next to the bath house and we had people walking and riding their bikes through out campsite the whole week. We were really surprised by how rude fellow campers were and how little parents supervised their children. We would stay here again, but would request the Island, where there is no bathhouse with nice wide and long sites.
Stayed here 2 nights with other family members. Sites are very close together. The pool was very clean and solar heated. Many activities available for both kids and adults. Dog park is a nice touch, but could not go in there due to the mosquitoes. Only negatives were some road noise from Hwy 371, campers driving in and out of their sites through out the day and night, and after 10:00 if you are still up sitting at your campfire, their "Security" will circle your site watching and listening for any rule infractions.
Enjoyed a very relaxing stay at Eagle Cliff for two nights. There were only a few campers so, all was quiet. We were 5 sites from any other camper. Sites were quite wide and the thick grass was very nice. You will have to bring your mats up at night and move your picnic table every 2 nights. The bathrooms/showers were the cleanest I have seen. You will have to pay for your shower. We had our 2 dogs and enjoyed walks by the river. The Root River Trail access is nearby.