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I spent a night here in mid-September. The dirt road in is was a pretty continuous washboard. Due to recent rains, several of the camping spots were un-occupyable because of mud. The rest were full so I set up at the edge of the 'no...More
Awesome campground, buffalos walked thru camp ground at dinner time and at sunrise. Easy access to badlands park drive. Fifteen minutes from Wall. Free camp ground with many likeminded enjoy nature people. Park was full by dark.
Its a nice place to camp, a bit of a hassle to get to with it being only accessible by dirt roads. It gets a bit boring going to and from the campsite if you stay 3 days since you cant go too quick on...More
This was our third stop at the Sage Creek Campground and I have to agree with Eric L's review on June 30th, too many people showing up late, being noisy, even camping on the outside of the circle which is marked as no camping (unless...More
Easy in and out. It's inside the National Park, so you have to pay, or use your pass to get in the park. It's an excellent location for star gazing. It's simply a flat hill inside the park, so if you're expecting amenities, this isn't...More
Response from Terence C | Reviewed this property |
I suspect your trip has long since come and gone, so I'm sorry for the delay, but in case it's helpful for you or others, you can definitely get a spot. There are designated sites, but ultimately people just set up camp... More
I suspect your trip has long since come and gone, so I'm sorry for the delay, but in case it's helpful for you or others, you can definitely get a spot. There are designated sites, but ultimately people just set up camp wherever there's space. It's a wide enough expanse and far enough off the beaten path that I suspect it rarely, if ever, actually fills.