We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We will NOT stay here again! This was our first time trying and staying at Beaver Lake Campground. The spots are very close to one another with very little privacy throughout the campground though the showers were clean. Despite their quiet after 10p.m. rule, both...More
We stayed in a cabin for 7 days and really enjoyed our time at the campground. We had our own bathroom in the cabin and small AC unit (we just used the fan, the weather was perfect). We have 3 boys who loved running over...More
From the pictures this looked like a really nice campground, we were extremely disappointed. We had a tent site....After staying in National park campgrounds we sort of enjoy the great outdoors. We did not get that experience because our site looked like a parking lot....More
We had reservations for two nights. Unhappy with another campground a few days before, we called Beaver Lake and asked if we could come earlier. They were very accommodating. The owner took us around on a golf cart and showed us some sites. We got...More
Our longest stay in South Dakota was at the Beaver Lake Campground. It was a fun place to stay. We rented a cabin for 2 nights and it was a little cramped for 2 adults and 3 children. The bathrooms got a little dirty during...More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why... More
Bunnies like this are everywhere. They are wild cottentails. I have them where I live too. They hurt nothing! They are supposed to remain wild so they don't want you petting them. They sell food to feed them which is why they hang around.
Some had gotten tame enough children were trying to catch them and hold them. They discoursge this. Diseased?Nonsense! Maybe city folk just aren't use to wild animals running free.