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spider and wasp infested, dirty run down cabin. over priced. refrigerator did not work properly. old worn out futon mattress with springs poking thru. old bedding. they do have some newer cabins , one same size as we had cost same amount but much nicer...More
Fantastic! Great place! Beautiful! Accommodating, clean, beautiful! Cabins, camping, great pool, hot tub, showers, ALL the accommodations anyone could need
Anytime of year! Everyone should stay here, singles, families, couples it is fabulous.
I don't usually give 5 stars, so I will give this 4.8 stars.
Very friendly manager, helpful and provided details of sights we planned to see. Campground very clean. As we visit this site in mid October the hot tub is no longer running but...More
It was extremely hot so their pool and hot tub were still open even though it was mid September. There were nice looking cabins to rent, a wooded area to enjoy but no shade in the camping area. Mule deer walked through the campground one...More
Nestled in the black hills is a beautiful camp site with friendly staff, trees, grass, wild life and amenities. This is our first time here and would definitely stay again. We are in tents but plenty of spots for RVs.
I did not stay at a spa site, saw them, looked like a smaller 4-6 person spa. They don't search you're RV for outside alcohol. I thought our site was well maintained. It's 3-4 miles up the freeway to Sturgis, then about 1.5... More
I did not stay at a spa site, saw them, looked like a smaller 4-6 person spa. They don't search you're RV for outside alcohol. I thought our site was well maintained. It's 3-4 miles up the freeway to Sturgis, then about 1.5 miles off of the freeway to the campground. Time it'll take you....very traffic dependent. 2016 is the 76th....vs. the 75th so not sure what the crowd will be like. No hidden fees that I'm aware of. The upper sites get some shade, some folks had portoshades, just be cognizant of the rapid weather changes, wind tore quite a few awnings that were up and not anchored or attended. Got some marble sized hail in Sturgis on Monday night of the rally, it didn't even rain at the campground.