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5 RV Parks near Fort Totten, North Dakota
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fort Totten. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fort Totten in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Needed a place for one night. The website says all RV sites are booked for 2018 season, but they do have quite a few back-in sites in the parking areas set aside for RV's at $25 a night. We were going to take one of those but the hotel desk said they had a cancellation and a FHU site was open so we took that. A lot of seasonal and permanent units, but all in very good condition or park models. A recreation center on Devil's Lake. Site was level and they have a golfcar shuttle service from morning to midnight. 2 restaurants on site. RV sites are in a wooded area, so OTA or dish reception would be limited. - Nevada Nick
Jul 2013 - $27.00
The first site we were assigned to was impossible for us to use. We'd specified we were in a 37 foot 5th wheel when making the reservation, but the site was short with hookups at the front on the wrong side. Might have been OK for a smaller motorhome that could pull in nose first. We were moved to a brand new area with a more suitable site, but noticed everyone unit using boards to level. Buffet is inexpensive, but still no bargain. The road across the causeway is now paved and no longer rough. We also noticed that all the lake view and full hookup sites appear to be permanently occupied. Good to know: entire property is 'dry' with no liquor allowed in casino, hotel or RV park. Indoor pool area seemed to be very nice. - Ron & Donna
Jul 2012 - $25.00
WARNING. As of July 30, 2012, if you value your equipment do not come here. There is only one road to this sight and it is under construction. They are re-building the 8 mile causeway and you are on a dirt road that is 100% wash board. EVEN at 15 mph, it all but destroyed our motor home and you could not tell what color it or the tow car was when we finally arrived. It destroyed one mirror, jammed two basement doors that will now not open, and loosened all three top airs. The tow now needs an alignment. We will be finding damage and things falling off for months to come. I would estimate it will be at least one year before the new causeway and road is re-built. Please call and ask if the road is COMPLETE before you attempt this. Then be sure to double check as I am not sure if I personally would believe them. As: this was the most un-friendly place I have ever been. Unlike many Indian casino's they hire locals and the nepotism abounds. Just rude, and act like they wish you would leave. - fulltimer 2
Aug 2018 - $39.00
Loved this campground. Have a choice of full hookup in the upper camp with spacious side by side sites or the loops which give a choice of wooded or open grassy pull throughs with water and electric. Group sites also available. A fisherman's paradise with boat ramp and fish cleaning station. Very well maintained, clean and the staff was friendly. Easy to check in at the office/store. Wood, also available. We decided to stay an extra day. - Teribee
Jun 2018 - $32.00
True price is $32 per night for RV and $7 per night for towed vehicle. You can buy an annual ND state park car pass for $35. Good grassy space between campsites and level gravel pull thru pads with 50amp/water/sewer. Sewer hook at back end of spot so bring extra sewer hose. Some hiking trails, but this is mostly a fishing destination. Fun to watch the anglers at the boat ramp near sundown each day. Cheap entertainment. Clear sky for satellite reception. - Gpndavid
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Great campground for big rigs. We were in Larosa with full hookups. A little out of the way but was so worth it. We had planned on going to the casino campground, but the reviews were not so good there. We were there midweek during the off season so had noproblem getting a space, although it's my understanding that this is a very popular place on the weekends., especially for fishing. We would definitely go back if we ever come this way again. Price was $30 to camp, but then they also charge you for your car. Didn't like that part. Space was very long, utilities are a little odd in that sewer is greatly separated from electric. So long stretch for one: either sewer or electric. 50 amp service. - OnTheRoadLife
Jul 2009 - $20.00
I gave this campground a 3 instead of a lower number only because it is a really pretty setting, and smaller RV's/campers might have a better experience. It is on the shore of Devil's Lake, and the lake has been rising for several years. An entire row of campsites is under water & no longer in use, but no mention of this was made when the office staff gave us a map to get to our site (no escort). This caused us to take the wrong road, as we thought we were one road farther from the water than we were; it was a service road & we sustained major damage to our roof from trees. When I reported this to the office, they were "sorry" but offered nothing else; I suggested they change their maps but just got a shrug. The interior roads are dirt, rutted & bumpy, & have low-hanging trees; no one with a larger rig should try to navigate them! There are new sites farther from shore but they appear to be only for seasonal residents. We left after only one night, when we had planned to stay for three. - hermit crab
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Price reflects a one week stay. Three speed bumps coming up to the office/house. Another one past the office. Hard packed gravel interior roads and grass/gravel sites. Sites are straight pull thrus. Have a few "C" type pull thrus. Some angled back ins and straight back ins. Able to get four PBS channels on the antenna. Have Verizon, was able to get one or two bars. We were near the road so had some noise. Campground was pretty quiet except over the weekend. Allows camp fires. Sometimes the water pressure is a little on the low side. Has been a year since the last review I asked if they had wi-fi. Yes they have it but only down at the five cabins, no where around the RVs. Have to ask for the password. I tried it once, worked great, have to walk or drive to where the cabins are. Some what easy in and out with a HDT & trailer (60 foot combo) - Tallboy
Jul 2014 - $25.00
This is an OK park is you like quiet and rural. There is no cable TV and no Wi-Fi, even though management said there was. My Verizon air card would not even work because of the distance from civilization. For the price this park was worth it. - Thomas3649
Aug 2011 - $25.00
Rating this campground is a little difficult because the untidiness of it is not entirely their fault. Devil's Lake is rising and taking a lot of land with it. Therefore, road and dike construction is all around the lake making everything dusty. Getting around takes awhile as you must wait for pilot cars on most stretches. The campground has unlevel, gravel sites with weeds in between the sites although there is ample space. We moved from one site to another because our jacks buried into the ground-one about a foot. We're a big rig. No Wi-Fi. Campground owners are former farmers and are trying to make a living in a difficult situation so it's hard to be too negative. The road by the campground is supposed to be paved in a couple of weeks so that should help. Fort Totten is interesting and the fishing is great. The area reminded us of Alaska. All the campgrounds in the area are in the same situation. We would come back again but maybe after the construction, alto the fishing was fun. - Team Asphalt
May 2019 - $10.00
Just stayed overnight on the way to Canada. Very clean and nice park. It’s set up for self contained RVs only (no restrooms or showers). Playground, horseshoes, swing sets,20/30/50 amp all new service, full hookups. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Great for overnight or???
Would definitely stay here again. - Bobaca