Nice for a state campground, paved sites, quiet and private. No TV stations, or WiFi but we were only over nighting. Beware of the rattlesnakes, a big one with 13 rattles was found the week before we were here so be sure what you pick up is your hose or electrical cord and not a snake. Walk around at night at your own risk. If in the area we would stay here again, but inside at nights!
Campground owner and staff are very friendly and try their best to please you. They do however need to concentrate on improving what they have instead of making more sites. They need a decent laundry, not the 2 washer and dryers they only recently put in-not nearly enough for a campground this size. They also need a pool, bath house and picnic tables at each site. The lack of picnic tables at each site is due to the fact it cost more for someone to cut the grass if they have to move them, but you have to make your customers happy! Sorry the other reviewer didn't get to visit Andy Griffiths hometown, go for a ride on the parkway, eat at Snappy Lunch or see the shops down town that bring back many memories of Mayberry TV show from the 60's. WiFi not always available at sites not near the office, and when they are a lot of people trying to access it.
Not sure where the sewer sites were as they weren't in the F loop where we stayed. We had a nice long big site, we were visiting friends in the area so convenient. Very clean and well kept up, sprinklers were run on empty campsites and as soon as one became empty to keep the place nice and green. They had WiFi until July 1st but had so many complaints about it not working that they took it out.
Very nice campground, big sites, quiet but very near the small town of Custer and close to Crazy Horse, Mt Rushmore and other attractions. If you have a GPS the directions aren't right. Its a lot closer off the main road, the GPS wants to take you 3 or 4 miles further down the road, so look for the signs! Campground host was very friendly and helpful. Gave us several brochures of things to do in the area. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Old campground, poorly laid out. To get to our site we had to leave the campground, go out on a 5 lane road to get back into the other side. There was no good place to park your tow vehicle. Everyone was parked half on the sidewalk, half on the street. Be forewarned, they charge extra for everything and don't tell you! They advertise 50 amp, cable TV and WiFi. They do have it all BUT you have to pay $1.25 each night for each of these, it does add up!
Not really a "campground" just a parking lot, with a small patch of rocks and a little tree between sites. We were put in the section designated for class C's so too short for our 36 ft 5th wheel, it was however $10 a night cheaper, so we "made do." Very little room to park, had to cram the truck right against the side of RV. The only WiFi they have is at the Casnion hotel, not in the parking lot but you would have to go in the lobby. Train tracks are nearby and trains rumble by 24 hours a day, thankfully they don't blow the whistle thought!
Its a nice campground once you get into it, but if you met anyone going in or out with your RV it would be a major problem. Its a one lane road, with a lot of vegetation on both sides, so in some areas no room at all to move over. The road to the campground is used by several houses as well as a mobile home park. We had dropped off our RV and were leaving when a kid came flying in, no regards to the possibility of other traffic. It was just an over night stop for us and no other campgrounds in the area other than state parks. WiFi worked very well for us and had good cable TV channels. We would stay here again in ever in the area.
This campground is a jewel in the rough. Coming into it through the industrial area we wondered what we were getting into. The road ended and there is this pretty, pristine, well laid out campground. We are just passing through but would love to stay a day or so longer if possible. It has very good Wi-Fi and many channels on their cable. With Good Sam we paid $33.30 for the night.