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3 RV Parks near Killdeer, North Dakota
Jul 2008 - $1.00
47.36625N 102.75457W Showers, toilet, wash stands. Donation invited. Dump site 30 amp power corner of Rodeo Drive and 4th Avenue W. - User3761
Aug 2018 - $15.00
I wish we'd had more time to stay here. The park is much nicer than I'd expected. The campsites sit along the edge of the plateau above the valley of the Lower Missouri River and provide nice views of the badlands and forested slopes leading down toward the river. Although we don't have horses, the campground is obviously a horseman's paradise. The park provides free horse stalls with the camping fee, and numerous trails lead down toward the river and along the rim of the canyon. Although there are no water or sewer hookups, there's a conveniently located dump station with potable water and additional spigots located throughout the park. With 50 amp service, we could have run both air conditioners, but the weather was cool enough that we had to run the furnace instead. The park is two miles from the highway along a smooth gravel road (providing additional views of the canyon), and the gravel roads within the campground are also well maintained. The camp sites are unworn grass, which was in good condition during our stay in spite of the current drought conditions. Some sites would have been too sloped to level our motorhome, but it's picky about leveling and there were quite a few suitable sites from which we could choose. The only downside for us was that it has rained most of the afternoon and we have to leave early tomorrow because our next stop is a long drive from here. Horse and hiking trails lead to locations throughout the park, some along the canyon rim and many others leading down into the canyon. The park's web site had PDF maps of the campground and the park trails. Because sections of trail are along steep Badland slopes composed of clays, they can be muddy and slippery when wet as I learned this morning. - Doctor Bob
Jun 2017 - $15.00
One of the most beautiful state parks I have stayed in. Showers were great. Pit toilets but very clean. Park is geared toward horse owners. We enjoyed seeing the horses. Scenery was spectacular. - Squid701
Oct 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here for 2 nights due to high winds. Only people at park. Lots of paddocks for horses if you bring them with trails right off property. We did not have horses. Self pay at entry. Deep canyon in back of property with beautiful views. Electric only but with dump station and water at entrance if needed. Pit toilet gross. Clean paid showers that we did not use. - Paige Taylor
Aug 2010 - $25.00
There is a statepark next to Badlands trail rides, but they have their own campground. We had the Riverview site. It had electricity and free firewood and the most incredible view of the badlands. We didn't realize there were no water hookups here. They had a cooler of drinkable water and a jug of non-potable water. If we had known, we could have filled up at the bathrooms. But it was an incredibly tight drive to the site through a gate. Nice people. Just ask a lot of questions before you go. - gdltrain