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6 RV Parks near Enderlin, North Dakota
Jul 2011 - $10.00
I stayed here while I was working in Enderlin. It is basically a grassy 3 acre field that has 3 full hookups. Nothing special except for a cheap place to stay. The city office was very accommodating around my work schedule. I talked to Cindy who is the City Auditor. This place is not mentioned on the website so make sure you ask if interested. - redlight
May 2015 - $18.00
Just a little city park campground, but no fuss, clean, level and quiet.
Basic water, sewer and electric only and the gravel needs redone, a bit muddy. But quiet and nice surroundings and charming little town in spots.
We plan on using it again for a work stay. - MaWard
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Beautiful river valley park in South East North Dakota. Very low traffic park. Campsites are spacious and clean. Only three campsites occupied during our stay late in the season. My impression is that more of the Park features (scenic roads, pit toilets) are closed early than what is really necessary in a customer-focused organization. Despite that mild criticism, this is a quality campground/experience built around the historical agricultural existence of the region. Topographically, it really stands out, in a positive way, from the rest of SE N.D. - RBuresh
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This is a small and quiet campground with spacious sites. The only service at the site is 30 amp, no water or sewer. Most of the sites are on a slope and challenging to level. We had good Verizon cell/MiFi reception, but the trees prevented satellite reception. The rate includes the on-line reservation fee; there is an additional $5 per day entry fee for your towed vehicle. We stayed two nights and were charged for three entry days. Therefore we paid $34.50 per night. - Dave51
May 2015 - $24.00
It is a great state park! Lots of nice hiking trails. 30 amp service, no water or sewer at the sites. Site 4 I could not get my 35' RV level so I asked to move and the staff was very helpful and accommodating. - Steveieray
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Sites located close together. At the time of our stay, most of them seemed to be occupied by workers temporarily assigned to that area. There is only one unisex bathroom/shower located in the rear of the manager's house. - hartk
Aug 2017 - $20.00
This is a hidden treasure. Yes, it can only be reached by gravel county road. We took the northern route by taking ND46 (exit 48 off I-29N) to CR23. The sites are extremely long, long enough for my 40 foot motorcoach and a towed vehicle. Leveling was not awful either. Sites are extremely roomy. Many of the horse trailers bring trailer, vehicle and tents. The staff is super friendly. The grounds well maintained. Commercial grade washer and dryer $2 for each. No, this is not a resort. No pool, mini-golf, etc. Just quiet surroundings. Good people and horses too. Yes, with horses comes flies. Just be prepared. We were going to stay 2 weeks and stayed 2 months. This is a gem of a campground and we'll stay here again. - Lillian OConnell
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Although it is a beautiful location, there were so many flies we had to move to another campground. Manager lady was very apologetic about it, and said that they spray for them, but will have to try another chemical.
It is a picturesque location, but also difficult to get here. The gravel road (6 miles, not 3 like the website says) was heavy washboard. Although I drove slowly, my tow got significant rock chips. - The Original RV
Jun 2012 - $35.00
The people were very nice! The park is well kept. It is a bit off the highway but well worth it for a quiet stay. - luckyrver
Jun 2018 - $20.00
This is a lovely little community park. It is self-register and payment on the honor system. Each packed gravel site was pretty level and came with full hookups, a fire ring, picnic table and your very own trash can. The town itself is neat as a pin and if you walk around you will find a series of historical markers in front of certain buildings, a very nice memorial to local service members and a small park with horseshoe pits. It is perfect for an overnight stay or perhaps longer if you need some peace and quiet. - CnCOntheGo
May 2018 - $20.00
This is not a destination resort. It is a quiet, unattended, but well-maintained city park in a nice little town about 3 miles off Interstate 94. In the center of town (5 minute walk from the campground) we found a neat tavern/restaurant with good food at reasonable prices. Sites were gravel, but level. Plenty of room for our 39 foot fifth wheel and truck. Nice restful place to overnight. We will definitely come back. - Bobby G
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Nice gravel sites set off with wide grassy spaces between. Quite level in all sites. A few permanent occupants at $350 per mo. No restrooms or showers so not suitable for tenting. No shade but great tree break to the North to break those ND winds. Do not turn before you cross the railroad tracks coming in from the South. Camping sign is by the dirt road before the tracks. Drive East through town and turn north by the sign. - easydoesit