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3 RV Parks near Cooperstown, North Dakota
Jul 2018 - $25.00
This is the closest campground for the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile State Historic Site (missile site =$10). It is a pretty city park, and a delightful stop. You self-register.
There is good signage on the main town streets to find the park and campground. The city park is a block square, with playground and gazebo, with nice grass, and community garden. The east side of the block is the camp area, 12 sites for which you back in from the street; there is an up-slope climb of about 2-3 feet. There is a modern bathhouse with covered, concrete entryways. It is the most wheelchair-friendly bathhouse I have seen. The sites are gravel, and more or less level. We were there in the middle of the week, and were the only trailer, but there was a tent on the site furthest from where we set up. - TexPaul
Aug 2014 - $26.00
This appears to be a very nice campground but did not work well for me with my 35" motorhome. The turn around was very small - I had to backup to complete the turnaround. The site (32) was not level and I moved to site (35) and it was not level either - both sites the wheels were off the ground to achieve level. No cell service. - Steveieray
Aug 2013 - $11.00
Not recommended for type A motor homes. Only 2 or 3 sites can be used by a type A without building ramps. The other sites are very sloping. Some curves in roads too tight for long units. Only 1 site with 50 amp service rest are 30. No cell phone service. We paid the rate for card-carrying seniors. Nearby Eggert's Landing C of E campground has fairly level sites, but so heavily wooded that satellite TV would be a challenge on most sites. - Bill Strong
May 2012 - $11.00
Price reflects Golden Age discount. Some sites are paved and some are gravel. The roads are narrow and tight for big rigs. Trees hang over the roads in some places, so I would recommend walking to sites first and decide before driving a big rig in. This one does not have a dump station, but West Ashtabula Crossing and Eggert's Landing does. West's station is very difficult to get a big rig to. Eggert's Landing is newer and easier to dump. I didn't need to dump, but I'm sure you would be allowed to use either of the others. If you have kids or pets check for ticks often. Beautiful lake and a quiet campground. I would probably go to Eggert's Landing next time. - Fulltime 5er
Sep 2018 - $13.00
Heavily wooded campground very close to the lake. 30 amp but no water and no sewer. Good road surface within the park. Plenty of privacy between sites and very quiet. Unable to get satellite signal with the trees and Verizon was hit-or-miss. Campground host met us at the entrance and was very helpful. - GrandpaDan
May 2018 - $26.00
I can't say enough great things about the owner and the campground. It was an amazing experience and will definitely be coming back for future camping stays! We had truck trouble and the owner got on his phone and made a phone call and within one hour, he brought my bf in to Valley City to get the part and brought him back and had the part installed by the guys friend that was also at the campground. It was amazing customer service! The bathrooms were always clean and saw them cleaning them as well. It was a super friendly and family oriented place. The tenting sites are right up next to the water too, and have shady sites. They just installed a new playground for the kids 2 weeks ago, which was nice. The swimming area/beach is fun as well. We can't wait to go back! - JuliaA
Jul 2016 - $13.00
This is an older COE campground on the banks of Lake Ashtabula. Most sites are roomy, although some sites have trees that make it a little tight getting into them. There is a swimming area and well-maintained playground. Campground is now 100% reserveable, so if you come in without a reservation, you have to call and register when you arrive. Even though there is a "booster" to enhance your cell phone reception, we found that we did not have service with either AT&T or Verizon. Would suggest you make a reservation before coming out to the campground. Our Verizon MiFi did work, however, so we were able to use the Internet. - Bobbi1948