One of the nicest "private" campgrounds we've been in (we prefer state parks). Also reasonable, especially for a holiday weekend. Very nice and clean restrooms. Landscaping was beautiful with nice western touches. And as others stated we had a wonderful but small babbling brook behind our site (60 & 61) along with a brick patio. There were more private sites in the back (no patio) with pine woods behind (23-31) and a few with sewers (52-56). Only con: lots & lots of ATVs which mean noise and dust but that is probably the entire area and not just this campground.
We had a bambling creek right outside our camper door, deck , table and swing. We were there during the week, so pretty quiet but I'm sure on a weekend, it would be crowded and pretty close quarters then. Single lane road but a beautiful place. We would go back.
Really enjoyed a few days of relaxing and visiting at this nice small campground in the Black Hills. The quiet little stream right at the back of our spot was very nice. Close to shopping and hiking also.
Normally we stay in a Marriott hotel but on that night we decided to try something diferent. We rent a Tepee. What a great experience. Only think it was cold on that night other than that shower was really clean, thank you
because all the things this campground is lacking is explained on their site. I couldn't give them a 3 because I didn't read it. So I can't say much about their lack of wifi or cell service except that there is none. Outside of that the park is maintained with clean laundry and bathrooms. However, the guy in the next site felt he had to take our picnic table when we were sightseeing. That wouldn't have happened if the owners checked sites to see he didn't have one and the guy on the other side had 3 in his tent site.