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Old 06-16-2018, 06:32 PM   #1
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Campground between Devil's Tower and My Rushmore

I'm trying to find a nice campground with full hookups (30 amp) situated between Devils Tower and Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota. Any suggestions?

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Old 06-16-2018, 09:13 PM   #2
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Check out locations in Spearfish. There is supposed to be a really nice city-owned RV park there, as well as other campgrounds.
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Old 06-16-2018, 09:52 PM   #3
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I'm trying to find a nice campground with full hookups (30 amp) situated between Devils Tower and Mt. Rushmore in South Dakota. Any suggestions?

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I have two apps on my phone and iPad , one is rvparky and the other is rvparksandcampgrounds. With either apps you can find just about any campground there is. I live in North Carolina and I can look at campgrounds in Alaska. I can find campgrounds anywhere, in any state and Canada probably Mexico too
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We stayed at Elkhon Ridge last year. Huge, level spaces with three sewer drops and 50/30/20 amp power available. Easy in and out. Staff are very welcoming. Great pool, laundry and bathroom, etc.
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Old 06-16-2018, 10:26 PM   #6
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So from Elkhorn, did you just take a day and drive to Devil's Tower and then another Day to do My. Rushmore???
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So from Elkhorn, did you just take a day and drive to Devil's Tower and then another Day to do My. Rushmore???
Yes, that is correct. Each one is about 90 minutes or less from Elkhorn but in completely the opposite direction.
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Old 06-16-2018, 11:53 PM   #8
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look in Custer, easy access to Mt. Rushmore, Devils Tower, Custer State Park and more. We camped in Custer several years ago for a week, great area. Wish I could remember the rv park's name.
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Old 06-17-2018, 02:19 PM   #9
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Great Stops to Visit

We visited both Mt. Rushmore and Devils Tower this time of year in 2017. To visit the Crazy Horse or Mt. Rushmore monuments, along with the sights of Custer State Park, we stayed at Big Pine Campground, located two miles west of Custer. It was convenient to the town of Custer for shopping and things and had a lot of nice shaded sites. The town of Custer is pretty cool because they have buffalo sculptures throughout the town and some nice little restaurants. Nice folks at Big Pine Campground too. Be careful on the roads around Custer State park because they include tunnels that a larger vehicles (even a standard dually pickup) cannot get through. For our trip to Devil's Tower last year we stayed a few days in Sundance,WY at a place called Mountain View RV Park and Campground. It was one of the best stops on our trip. (It would be a long daytrip to drive to visit Devil's Tower all the way from Custer, SD, especially because there's so much walking to do the trail around Devil's Tower.) Sundance was one of our "sleeper" stops with a lot more to see and do than advertised. We walked our dogs on a ranch road nearby (the ranch horse followed us down the road) and took day trips to walk on trails in the Black Hills National Park. There's a local office for Black Hills Natl Park right near the campground. We took a day trip to Cook Lake from Mountain View Campground, which is a gorgeous spot to visit and almost had the place to ourselves. Pack a great lunch and spend the afternoon. The little museum at the Crook County Courthouse (located in Sundance) is a fun place to look around, as it was the site of the jail where the Sundance Kid served his time for horse stealing. The have a great sculpture of the Sundance Kid in front of the Courthouse. Really enjoyed our visit to both Custer and Sundance. Message me with your email and I can send you some great photos.
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We stayed at Elkhorn a few years ago, great place!

We hit Mt Rushmore, Devils Tower and the Badlands
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