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Wind Cave National Park, Wind Cave National Park, SD 57747
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Anmeldt 10 september 2016

We stayed 2 nights in the Elk Mountain Campground and were very pleased with our experience. Most of the sites are pretty secluded (for a campground) and it wasn't very crowded (as we hear is typical of this park). Camp fees were very reasonable ($18+...Mere

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Anmeldt 29 juni 2016 fra mobile enheder

Very nice campground... No trailer hookups, but that is ok! Shaded sites for tents... Very spacious. Close to the Wind Cave and Jewel Cave attractions. Park host and hostess were exceptional! Please follow park rules when approaching wild bison!! They can be unpredictable!

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Anmeldt 25 juni 2016

I know we were coming just before the summer rush, but this was the most pleasant stay we had. It was just uncrowded enough that we had space, but people near by for security. The camp hosts were nice and talked to my daughter for...Mere

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Anmeldt 27 oktober 2015

I stayed at Elk Mountain Campground. Large and flat sites. Very quiet. Officially closed but pit toilet was available. Only one loop was open. Bison were always just outside the campground on our way to wind cave or other attractions. Very convenient to other attractions...Mere

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Anmeldt 1 oktober 2015

We got to park just before last tour. After our cave tour we went and found lots of sites to chose from. Ranger told us they never fill. I suppose most people go to Custer State Park. I would of but it was late and...Mere

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We are going on vacation in July. We have 14 days. We are traveling from Houston,Texas to Wyoming. We have a 13,9, and 5 year old We love hiking and spend a lot of time tent camping / hiking. We had planned to go to Custer,SD, however the camping is all booked. Wondering if Bighorn National Forest is good? Looking for hikes. Any suggestions? Any ideas?
2 november 2015|
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Shelley C
Is this a modern camping park with electric or electric and water ? Can a truck pulling a 30.5' rv come to the park with enough room to get in and out of? In May is everything open? Do you have a pool? Thank you.
11 maj 2015|
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