If you want to find out what it is like to live on the South Dakota plains, this is the place to be. The campground has all the amenities, and we enjoyed are stay here. The owners work very hard, and are very friendly. The campground includes a small restaurant where breakfast and dinner are served. It was a good way to meet other campers and even a few locals. 1880 Boomtown, just down the road, is a very interesting and educational attraction that shows what it was like to live on the plains in the 1880's. We would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground. The owner is great in person (a little short on the phone). We called ahead, as we were on the road looking for a place to stay while traveling and he stayed up to help us check in. He provided us with an upgrade in the site for free and drove us to our site personally. Our site had a concrete pad and a light on top of the hookup box. This was a very nice addition, especially since we got there late. The hookups were easy to use. Each site had a grass area and a fire pit. The fire pit was not very deep, but it did the job. The sites were a little close, but you had enough room to extend everything and still have walking around room. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a rainstorm so there were puddles, and some problems with mud where grass met gravel. Nice little dog park. Some pull throughs with sewer have concrete pads. Clean restrooms. Good food at the campground cafe. Pretty area, next to a pond which has been kept in a natural wetland with cat tails. Wi-Fi worked, had to keep entering the code with my iPhone. Didn't stay long enough to check it out on the computer. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Check in was friendly, and we were escorted to our site. It was level and long enough not to unhook our 37' fifth wheel. There are sewers, but we got W/E just for the night. Cable is 24 channels, wi-fi was slow, and Verizon signal strong. The restrooms were clean. Showers had a bench and hook for clothing. We did not check out the laundry or game room. The pool was closed, and it will be a few years before the trees will shade. This is a good overnight stop. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nicely maintained park, decent sites. Unfortunately, it is located on a swamp and bugs are everywhere at night. Owners are nice, pool is warm and showers are pretty good. Definite smell of swamp everywhere. This one is hard to rate, and it's a different park at night if you are outside. If you stay in air conditioning and don't come out after dark, this is a great park. Otherwise, get ready to flush out the water bugs and mosquitoes. They are very, very thick. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a decent park with gravel/dirt roads and lots of grass. We paid for a premium site witch provides a concrete pad just big enough for the motor home or trailer to sit on. The rest of the driveway is dirt/gravel. It also included a picnic table with a metal and wood shade cover (site 26). There is a surprising lack of mosquitoes here due to the abundance of dragon flies in the area. Many of the trees are still young so there is not much shade. The park is about a mile from the main road so there is no noise from cars all night long. There is not a lot to do in the immediate area though, so it is a bit of a drive to get to the area attractions (Bad Lands Park). I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground had what we needed for an overnight stay. For us it was nothing extra but was clean, no shade. We would stay again if we needed a campground in that location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very pretty & family friendly RV park. It has everything you would need. Lots of grassy areas. New trees have been planted for future shade. The hosts are great and very helpful. Quiet location just off the highway. Large level sites. We would definitely recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice spots but bare. Very clean restrooms and showers. The Wi-Fi was the best we had on a 3 week trip. It has good pet areas, helpful, friendly staff and an okay cafe. The lights at each campsite are a bit bright and little shade. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We thought this park was a great overnight or 2 night stay. We had full hookups, easy in and out for big rigs, and an escort to your site. The pool was well used as it was very hot that day. We would stay there again when traveling through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a gem. We had been traveling for hours and the RV was starting to get hot from the heat. I usually do not like KOAs because of the price they charge, but this one was reasonably priced. It could be because it is in the middle of no where, or it could be because they do not have sewer hook ups. They do have a dump station though so sewer hook ups did not matter to me. The camp site was well kept and it had a pretty lake to look at. The air was clean, the sky was clear and it was an enjoyable stay. The staff was also very friendly and the caffe was yummy to eat at too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park has very friendly staff. Level, spacious sites and OK cable TV. It’s a ways from anywhere, a good stop over site but not a destination, no TV signal, didn’t seem to be any planned activities. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A wonderful place to relax for a single night or several. Our dogs truly enjoy their awesome dog park, which is kept in outstanding condition. There is country peace and quiet in this campground. We will definitely return when in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an unexpected surprise. Up to now, our stays at the KOA's have been less than perfect. This KOA was different: clean, good pads, spacious and friendly staff. We had a very nice pull-through for our 5th wheel on a cement pad. Wow: no mud to tend with! Also had a supper at their small restaurant, the buffalo burger was excellent. This was a quick stop over for us, and I would recommend it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park, well maintained with dirt/gravel roadways and pull-thru RV spaces. Easy access off I-90. Very friendly and helpful owner, who escorted us to our site. They also serve a short menu of breakfast and dinner. We were here for an overnight stop, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice campground 1/2 mile off I-90, but the road noise was barely audible. A Good place for an overnight, but not close to anything. Stock up before you arrive, it is 20 miles to a grocery. Friendly staff in the office escorted us to the site. Concrete parking pads (on some sites) made our setup easy. The gravel sites appeared pretty level as well. There is good water pressure and the quality was fine. The gravel roads within the campground were well maintained with no dips or holes. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an outstanding KOA. Even though the park was not officially open until May 1st, the owners allowed us to stay on site. The sites were level, had good water/electric/cable, and the area was quiet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice KOA! In the middle of nowhere but still nice. We used this campground as a stopover on the way to Mount Rushmore. Staff was friendly and showed us to our site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Owner has been making improvements; many pull thru sites have concrete pads or patios. Great pet walk area (looks like a doggies obedience course!) Some tent sites are alongside a small lake (somewhat swampy, not especially scenic.) Cafe in the office serves limited menu for dinner - the Indian tacos were delicious! The campground is far enough off the interstate to reduce road noise, and despite the lack of shade, has some trees and small wildlife (birds, rabbits, etc.) Would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy on/off highway. Very friendly, helpful owner. Priced in the usual KOA fashion (high). Long pull thru, fairly level but very close sites. There is a "lake" here - not sure what its function is, perhaps just beauty but it is very low, mucky and a breeding ground for flying biting critters. There isn't much beauty in it anymore. This campground is very dog friendly with several "pet walk" areas, complete with bags and scoops! There is also a good sized fenced area for dogs complete with "agility" stations. We would return to this campground but only as a last option because of the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate includes KOA discount. This park is not located near any stores except one gas station with a mini-mart, one restaurant in the 1880 Town 50s Diner Train (for breakfast and lunch), and no other stores. The KOA does offer a continental breakfast and some light fare for lunch. The campground was well-maintained, but the laundry area is in a steel building with few or no windows and a library. The area is quiet and peaceful and overlooks a small lake. There are lots of bunnies running around the campground, which was entertaining. The owners are very friendly and helpful and seem like they would go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. We did not check out the showers or bathrooms. The Wi-Fi worked well, but if you have 2 computers, be sure to get 2 pass codes. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I would agree with the previous reviews. We've stayed in Wall before and I would HIGHLY recommend staying in Belvidere rather than either of the campgrounds in Wall. It's a cleaner and more relaxed atmosphere. We have two large dogs and they had PLENTY of room to exercise. The owners are dog friendly. The facilities were clean in the evening and morning. We will definitely be back when we travel through SD again. The lake was also low when we arrived, but I saw plenty of children playing in the pool, playground, and riding bicycles around the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
These people deserve a 10 for being the only campground in the middle of nowhere. Great people (owners & staff) and a very nice park. Lake is low,but that is not their fault. Good wifi. Restful location and the 1850 town is nice. But this truly six miles from the end of the earth. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty nice KOA with access to the Badlands, The 1890's Town and Wall's Drug Store. The owners were very attentive and just plain nice. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a pleasure to find this excellent park: great, fenced dog run with agility equipment; large pull-through sites; terrific Wifi we could access easily from our site; clean campground and welcoming hosts; and easy access from I-90. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This KOA was spectacular. There was a huge lake with a beautiful view. There are not one,
but two docks to use. Not only do they have a pet walk, it is complete with fire hydrants! The lounge is open twenty four hours . The laundromat was very clean at all times. This campground has all pull thru sites for RV's up to ninety feet and even sites near the water for tents. One of the best playgrounds that we have seen for the kids. They loved all the different playground equipment. The all you can eat pancake breakfast is one of a kind as is all the meals that we had at this campground.
We would recommend this site to everyone, especially with a family. There is so much to do and enjoy here . We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Road going into this campground was dirt and muddy needed gravel really bad. Sites are real close together and grass be in mud if it rains. No TV reception at all. Modem hook up is at pay telephone outside was so windy and cold no way you could have used this. Pool was in bad shape needed work really bad. T/L advertized that this park has shade trees and lake I sure didnt see none. I would not return to this park. Worse KOA I have been into yet. $28 per night? We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.