Best RV Parks in South Dakota

RV Parks in South Dakota

A road trip through South Dakota in an RV is a memorable experience. This beautiful state is home to the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, and Badlands National Park, among other incredible attractions. With plenty of RV parks available throughout the state, you'll have no trouble finding a place to stay while exploring everything South Dakota offers.

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Badlands Camping

Badlands National Park is a stunning natural area located in South Dakota. The park features awe-inspiring rock formations, pristine prairies, and abundant wildlife, including prairie dogs.

Badlands Motel in Interior, South Dakota, also has a campground. The campground is adjacent to the motel and has RV sites.

Camping Near Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is an iconic monument that features the carved faces of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.

Visitors to Mount Rushmore shouldn't miss Crazy Horse Memorial, just a short drive away. Crazy Horse is the world's largest mountain carving currently in progress.

Beaver Lake Campground in Custer, South Dakota, is a great place to stay while visiting Mount Rushmore. The campground is just minutes from the monument and features RV sites, cabins, and tent sites.

Also located in Custer, Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort is another excellent option for those looking for RV camping near Mount Rushmore. This pet-friendly RV resort has full hookup RV sites and a heated pool.

Campgrounds Near Rapid City

Rapid City is a beautiful city located just outside of the Black Hills National Forest in western South Dakota. The town is close to many attractions, including Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, and the Badlands. Rapid City also has plenty of RV parks, making it a perfect destination for an RV road trip.

Rushmore Shadows Resort in Rapid City offers RV sites, laundry facilities, and a camp store.

Sturgis Campgrounds

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is an annual event in the town of Sturgis, South Dakota. This world-famous rally attracts motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world and is a must-see event for anyone interested in motorcycles.

While the rally is the main attraction, there are also plenty of other things to do in Sturgis. The town is located in the beautiful Black Hills region, so plenty of scenic hiking and biking trails are nearby.

There are several RV parks located in Sturgis, making it a great place to stay for the rally. Sturgis RV Park, for example, offers RV sites with full hookups, laundry facilities, and shower facilities.

Spearfish RV Parks

Spearfish is a small city located in northwestern South Dakota. The town is situated in the Black Hills region and is home to many scenic trails and parks.

The Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway is a must-see for anyone visiting Spearfish. This scenic drive takes you through the beautiful Spearfish Canyon, which is full of stunning cliffs, waterfalls, and forests.

Several RV parks are located near Spearfish, making it a great place to stay while exploring the Black Hills region. Elkhorn Ridge Resort, for example, is a full-service campground with RV sites, laundry facilities, and showers.

Spearfish City Campground is another excellent option located just minutes from downtown Spearfish. This campground has RV sites and nature trails.

Deadwood RV Parks

Deadwood is a historic town located in southwestern South Dakota. The town is home to many casinos, hotels, and various shops and restaurants.

The Deadwood Historic District is a great stop on any visit to South Dakota. This National Historic Landmark features many preserved Victorian-era buildings.

The Steel Wheel Campground in Deadwood is the perfect place to stay while exploring the town. The campground has RV sites, picnic tables, and a dump station.

Sioux Falls RV Parks

Sioux Falls is the largest city in South Dakota and is located in the southeastern part of the state. The city is home to many parks and trails, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants.

Sioux Falls KOA is a great place to stay while visiting Sioux Falls. The campground offers cabins, RV, and tent camping.

Red Barn RV Park is another great option just minutes from downtown Sioux Falls.

No matter what part of the South Dakota you're visiting, you're sure to find a campground perfect for your needs. Happy camping!

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Recent South Dakota RV Parks Reviews

Kimball, SD

Love's RV Hookup

Feb 04, 2023

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We stay here one night in January. Spots are right next to auto pumps. Lots of light throughout the night which was expected along with truck noise. Registration and check-in was all online. Electrical turned on as soon as I checked in. Through email that was sent. They did have a dog park as well. I did only rate it 3 stars because dump...
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3 reviews
Feb 04, 2023

"Winter Camping"

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We stayed here in January and roads were plowed, but campsites weren’t. Sites had electricity/sewer and they had a water hydrant to fill tanks. Get walking trails around park and a lot of wildlife around $20 per night in winter

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Kimball, SD

Love's RV Hookup

Jan 29, 2023

"Good For Winter"

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We made our way across the country in our 31’ class A RV to ski, finding sites with electric and dump stations were open was tricky given how much snow they had many closed down. It’s nice to have showers and bathrooms inside available as back up. Nothing fancy here but it served its purpose for a night.

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Custer, SD

The Roost Resort

Dec 21, 2022

"The nicest campground in Custer, SD"

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Stayed 6 nights from 9/1/22 for our 3rd visit to this great small quiet campground. The cleanest bathrooms we have seen in any campground. Very friendly hosts who maintain the property nicely and only about 1 mile from downtown Custer. Not sure why some previous reviews thought backing in was a problem as we had plenty of turnaround space to...
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3 reviews
Oct 28, 2022

"We Enjoyed Our Stay"

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We were told through an email from the campground (CG) that there was road construction in town with length restrictions. Between the CG instructions and looking at Google Maps, we found an easy route around the construction and arrived with no issues. Check-in was quick and easy. There’s a $3.50 CG fee along with tax. This is a small CG so...
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Mick & Karla
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