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This used to be one our favorite stops going west. Beautiful place to hike and see wildlife. Our last visit was not as pleasant due to people showing up late and crowding in more and more tents among existing visitors who had filled the "designated"...More
It is primitive but a great spot to camp if wanting to experience the badlands. We saw mountain goat and sheep, buffalo, coyote, prairie dogs, and plenty of deer around the campground. Bathrooms are nice but bring plenty of water, sunscreen, and food. Beware of...More
I camped here with my mom for 1 night in May and then I camped alone a week later. Both times were a good experience.
The night I stayed with my mom, we got there mid-afternoon, so there were still sites available in the grassy...More
This campground has no power, water, or cell service, so come prepared! It has a pit toilet, which was very clean. We got in late in the evening and the sites were all taken, so we parked on the side of the dirt road, which...More
Sage Creek is a really cool place to camp. It's free, which is awesome. Very minimalistic as expected, but if you're lucky you'll get a shelter with a bench- this helps when it's hot out, as there is little shade elsewhere.
You'll see lots of...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.