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5 RV Parks near Fort Ransom, North Dakota
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 2019 - $25.00
Our GPS (using 2 different sources) took us to the backside of the park where there was no entrance and over a lot of dirt roads. When we finally figured out how to get into the park, we found it too "close" for our comfort. The river flowing through the park was muddy and unpleasant. The woods were too overgrown, though they had cut a nice walking path through the park. The hiking opportunities are good, but we just didn't like the place. We cut our stay short - couldn't get out of there fast enough. - Rver at heart
Jul 2019 - $25.00
We arrived a bit before 8p and stopped to pay our $7 park entrance fee at the box. The regional manager showed up at our car window in his Mickey Mouse t-shirt. He pointed us in the direction of our campsite and let us know he was staying in the covered wagon in case we needed any help or had any questions. The campgrounds were mostly empty. Everything was well kept and clean. There wasn't any hand sanitizer in one of the pit toilet buildings but that's our only issue in an otherwise very nice stay. We took a couple of walks along the mowed, grass trails. There were a couple of access points to the water. We were at site #22 which is right next to a bend in the river. Nice, level, pull-through site. There's a fence to prevent people from getting too close to the drop off which would be nice if you've got little children. - awedjob
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
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
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 2012 - $15.00
This park is very well kept with lots of shade and brand new 30 AMP electrical all over the place. There is a new playground for the kids, and just across the access road is the James River. Very, very quiet and relaxing. - Rescue Squad 7232
Jul 2009 - $25.00
This campground is everything a camper wants: an excellent facility! Thank you! - mpetroske
Aug 2005 - $10.00
Very nice park and a well kept secret! There was no charge for firewood and was even delivered by the caretaker! Nightly fee is on an honor system, you just put your $10 in a box located at the entrance. We will probably make this an annual trip. 18 hole golf course/clubhouse is only a mile away. Park has theatre performances at certain times of year. Large playground for kids. Park is located 9 miles NW of LaMoure. Paved road to park is available off US Hwy 281. - Sunseeker