Question about Nomad View Dispersed Camping

Jauton asked on 6/14/2020

First time RVing. Will this area be crowded late September? Do RVs get cold at bight like cars or do they hold their heat?

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Wandering Pulse
25' Fleetwood Pulse
234 reviews

Answered on 6/14/2020:

Take time to read some of the reviews - this is one of the more highly reviewed campsites on Campendium so there is lots of good information here. There are always a good number of people here, but they come and go on a daily basis and it is a pretty big area so finding a place usually isn't difficult, though many are better than others. I was there last September and enjoyed it immensely as most people do. As for your all depends - you'll just have to work with it but some source of heat is always a good idea. The thickness of the walls/floor, the amount of insulation, the weather/wind, the number of slides you have, and how well sealed they are, etc. Covering the windows with silver reflecting insulating panels can help a lot. Hope this helps.
9 reviews

Answered on 7/9/2020:

I'm sorry it took so long to get back to you, this went to my junk email. This is in South Dakota, so by late Sept. the weather is changing. A freeze is always possible. RV's are not well insulated, so make sure the LP gas heater is in good working order. You can contact me at My wife and I have been full time RV living for over 20 years
Florissant, MO
30' Jayco 256RLS
Ford f150
7 reviews

Answered on 6/15/2020:

We were there July 1 through 4 2019, didn't get cold infact had to use the solar power to use the AC. we were 1 OF 7 camper in about a 2 mile area. NO CROWDS HERE. Hope this helps, and you are only about 2 miles from the gate od Badlands NP
33' Airstream Classic 33
Ram 3500
163 reviews

Answered on 6/14/2020:

Relatively crowded as other have said if you want a place next to the cliff edges. Heat retention depends on your rig but please understand that is generally pretty windy on the ridge (winds from the West) and winds can range from 10 mph up to 90 mph with storms. Last year just before July 4th for the first time a 5th wheel was blown off the ridge edge a couple of 100 feet down the cliff. No one hurt but camper destroyed. Heavy thunderstorms in the area.
Gainesboro, TN
7 reviews

Answered on 6/14/2020:

It was crowded beginning of September, and yes, RVs can get cold depending on their insulation. Most have propane heaters.