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13 RV Parks near Stanton, North Dakota
May 2019 - $15.00
Un-publicized city owned park and campground along the Knife River. Water and electric hookups, or primitive tent campsites available. Lots of trees, strong WiFi, boat ramp into river, and a very large playground and park. Dump station and fish grinder at the other end of Harmon Rd along the main highway. Fire rings and picnic table at east site, restroom with shower at the south end of the loop, near the camp host site. Camp hosts (2019 season) are very helpful and cool. Trail available to walk 1 mile to Knife River National Historic Site, a great small free National Park Service unit with the village site where Sakakawea lived before being recruited by the Lewis and Clark expedition. Also a strong option for overflow crowds who want to go to Lake Sakakawea for boating and fishing but can't (or choose not to) get into Hazen Bay or the state park. Not much highway noise as such, but the park loop road is well-used by locals getting to the playground (also a little noisy with local families) and the fishing / boating area. But for the rate, probably the best value around by far. - Jason Gray
Aug 2017 - $10.00
Below Garrison Dam; spacious sites in loop. Great place to stay; would do so again if in the area. - hartk
Jul 2017 - $10.00
Very nice corps of engineer park. Price reflects our Golden Age Pass. Spaces are large and it has a park like feeling. It is full on weekends, but during the week it is very quiet. Staff is very friendly and helpful. All roads are paved as the sites are and they are fairly level. We camped here in a travel trailer and will definitely return. The only downside is that you have to travel 38 miles for a laundromat. If you have satelitte tv one has to choose your site carefully due to the large number of trees. - Sharlou
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Very nice COE campground with electric hookup, picnic table, and fire ring. My site was a back in that was plenty long next to a large shade tree. There are lots of large trees here. Grounds are well maintained. Campground host was nice and sold firewood. There are several ponds and a nature trail, one pond is supposed to be stocked with Bass. Very quiet and peaceful place to stay when crossing the east half of Montana. - Stax
Aug 2017 - $32.00
After driving on a road tore up with construction for 20 miles we waited approximately 8 minutes or so while people purchased items from the store which was also the check in. Our ND state employee never smiled and never offered up the annual park pass that would have waived the 7.00 a night "camping fee". We typically avoid state parks for many reasons. There is no shower symbol on the "paper work"we were given, found out all valuable info from our camping neighbor. More info and maybe a smile might motivate the weary traveler to spend more time in ND. The setting was lovely but the check in process made me want to scream. Without the pass it is not a good value. - Onebigbirdlover
Jul 2015 - $18.00
Price reflects a 16 day/night stay. Gravel interior roads and sites. Lots of potholes on the interior roads. All angled pull-throughs. Sites are 55 foot long. Have grass between the sites, a picnic table and two small trees. No campfires. Be sure to have a water filter because each time I turned on the water to fill a bucket with water to clean the bugs off the car I got a little bit of rusty water. Wi-Fi worked great. Got three channels on the TV antenna, but came in poor. There is a Red Box across the street at the grocery store. Did hear a train air horn from time to time. Very quiet campground, even over the 4th of July. Easy in and out for a HDT and trailer (60 foot combo) - Tallboy
Jul 2013 - $15.00
This is a city park in Hazen. It is a very nice place with level sites and plenty of grass. There are a fair number of trees in the park, but most are not tall enough to interfere with satellite reception. Roads and sites are dirt/gravel. The utilities are good. Wi-Fi was weak at the site, so we used our Verizon air card. All the sites are pull-through. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It is in a very quiet location, but within walking distance to a grocery store. Some of the sites are occupied by seasonal residents, but most of the rigs were relatively new and in good repair. The rate shown reflects our Escapees discount. - ghatfield
Apr 2019 - $25.00
Open year round, with heated and insulated water spigots housed within plywood boxes. Reasonable daily, weekly and monthly rates. Strong WiFi service (for being a campground, of course). Laundry ($1.00 per load for a full size washer!!!) and "comfort station" with like 5 individual toilet / sink / shower rooms. Pull through sites but a little short for the type of rigs that a full-timer / seasonal worker will likely have. Our 34 ft TT left just enough room for us to angle our truck behind it to park. This is one of three campgrounds managed by City of Hazen. Please note that as of May 2019, the map point here on the site is not accurate. Antelope Creek is on the north side of ND-200 about a mile east of where the pointer shows it. Since this campground is year-round, not particularly scenic, but situated close to the main east/west and north roads for the region, it heavily caters to the oil/gas/coal workers who come into the area for temp jobs. Outstanding option for anyone needing to be in the area for any long amount of time. If you're doing recreational visits of the area (for Lake Sakakawea, Knife River NPS site, Lewis and Clark Trail), then it's just a little too open, tight and road-noisy. Sakakawea Park in Stanton and the Hazen Bay Campground 15 miles north are better options for vacationers. - Jason Gray
May 2017 - $25.00
It was good the restroom was clean and the camper hostess was great. Very friendly and available. - Cmokable
May 2017 - $25.00
The location was good. The facilities was close and kept clean on a daily basis. Had access to the facilities 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The common area had 8 private rooms that had a toliet, sink, and shower and it was cleaned everyday. There wasn't any neighbors being loud or disturbing. This was a good campground and I would stay here again if I work in this area. - Victor Stead
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We were looking for a place to spend a couple of quiet days. We're self contained and don't use the facilities except for an occasional shower. We camped here on the weekend before Labor Day.
This is a large, beautiful campground on a peninsula in Lake Sakakawea. There are several distinct loops throughout the park. We stayed at Fishing Point which is primitive: no hookups. The sites are huge, grassy, no shade and all are right on the lake. The sites were not full over the weekend. The Far Loop sites are also primitive and most are large with good views. The Elbow Loop has large, gravel pad sites and water/electric. Sites along the perimeter have nice views. Some are pull throughs. Some of the Van Hook sites had nice views. The Sanish Loop had water/electric and had mostly long, narrow sites and felt crowded.
The park is meticulously maintained. The staff was helpful and friendly. Despite signs, there was no usable wifi. There's good ATT and Verizon cell coverage. - dsvt
Sep 2015 - $22.00
This campground has 249 first-come first-served sites and offers both electric/water hookups for $25 per night and non-hookup sites for $17 per night. Every site has a picnic table and a fire ring. This campground is pet-friendly. The pads in the non-hookup loop (we were in Fishing Point) are grassy and not entirely level, but easily workable with a few blocks.
The non-hookup loops and dump station area have potable water and threaded faucets. The water itself tasted a little funky during our stay, but it wasn't bad. The on-premises dump station is very large and surprisingly clean with four lanes for your dumping pleasure. Be warned if you stay here on a holiday weekend and need to dump-leave early or be prepared to wait.
During our stay the grounds were clean and well maintained. The grass was cut and the roads were free of major pot holes. The rangers came by every few hours to make sure everything was okay. Unfortunately, they didn't seem intent on enforcing the rules, as a quite a few of them drove by our neighbors who had all three of their dogs (and all four of their toddlers) off-leash and mostly unsupervised for the entire weekend.
We had excellent cell and data reception with 4 solid bars of Verizon LTE and 5 bars of Verizon 3G. We were able to stream videos and run updates the entire time we were there and had no interruption in service.
We often avoid state parks because they sometimes charge extra fees in addition to their camping fees. This place is no exception. Non-hookup sites are listed at $17, but you are also charged an additional $5 day-use pass per vehicle. But for a lakeside campground with amenities, the total nightly cost is still very reasonable. We'd easily stay there again the next time we are in the area. - technogypsies
May 2013 - $20.00
This is a very nice state park. I have been coming here for many years, and they keep the park very clean. It can get a bit noisy on busy weekends, but due to budget cuts, they are short staffed and will try to tend to the problem. The roads are all paved inside the park and the sites are gravel. The water is from the rural water system so it is very good water. - fourpaws80
Jul 2011 - $10.00
A typical city park with some swing sets and a playground. We came up here to play in a softball tourney and the ball diamonds are close by. I enjoyed my stay for a couple of days. It was nice to get away and enjoy the slower life in a smaller town. - redlight
May 2019 - $23.00
During the summer season, all spots are by online reservation only and appear to fill up VERY fast once the schedule opens in March. Our early-May arrival meant that we could drop-in, provided we didn't park in a "seasonal" space. Can confirm earlier reports that sites are WAY off level. Our sewer connection was significantly higher than rest of site. Water turned off for a leak mid-stay. Park has an interesting process where seasonal campsites are set aside as being different from the 'vacationer / daily' sites on the map. Locals can place their RVs on these sites (determined by a lottery system) for the whole season at a reasonable $ rate, provided they visit at least once a week (ie, not just "storing" it there). But out-of-towner seasonals (ie oil/gas or seasonal park rangers) are specifically prohibited. Therefore, during the week the park "looks" full of RVs but there's few people physically there. Makes for a weird ghost town vibe. There is a convenience store, bathrooms, and an office... but all were still closed for the season as of mid May. There's a wifi router broadcasting its SSID but the park employee we interacted with said it rarely actually has internet service. ATT data service was very spotty at our site, so we were effectively internetless during our stay. There are two main areas for non-seasonals: up on a ridge with wonderous views of the lake -- but epic winds... or down into a more sheltered lower area with no views but more trees and nice playgrounds for the kids. If you're an out-of-towner needing to stay seasonally in the area, you're better off at City of Hazen's other two campgrounds. - Jason Gray
Aug 2016 - $21.00
Our site was on the end & quite large. We were in the new section overlooking the bay & our view was beautiful, especially the sunsets. This is all grass & not at all level, so if you go, make sure you've got plenty of things to level your camper. There are no trees, and it was very windy while we were here.
We were here mostly during the week & there was no one around, so it was very quiet. We don't have a boat or anything, so we just enjoyed the view. They could use a trash can here. We did not have any problem with our sewer hookup.
We would go back again if in the area. You can't beat the price for full hookups. I am rating our site a 5 for the view, but again it was very unlevel! - goldenruler
Jun 2016 - $21.00
Large, grass sites with plenty of room for boat, camper, and vehicle. Water and electricity were good, but most campers in our area had issues with the sewer in that our hoses wouldn't connect securely. Some sites had large ruts from tires, which caused a minor inconvenience for those campers. Access to the boat ramp was good, but parking for boat trailers was at a premium on the weekend. Verizon MiFi worked well as did our AT&T phone and Dish satellite. - Bobbi1948
Apr 2012 - $15.00
The City of Beulah owns this Campground. In the past it was a mobile home court but the city has converted it for RV hookups. The lots are 50 X 100 so there is plenty of room. They just built a comfort station that has a kitchen, showers, bathrooms, laundry, and a TV area. Rent is 300/month, 90/week, 15/night. A lot of workers use it for a place to stay when they are working in town at the power plants. About 5 sites have a cable hookup but you would need to call the cable company and have them activate it under your name. Overall a nice workman campsite. - redlight
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Another great North Dakota state park!! This state runs a great program and this park was no exception,loved it. Lake is beautiful and BIG. No cable or wifi but that's all ND state parks. - Donny and Donna
May 2017 - $30.00
We thought Lewis and Clark State Park in Williston, ND was great, but Ft. Stevenson State Park in Garrison, ND was even greater! The spaces were huge, with lots of trees around them. The roads were paved and easy to navigate. We had full hook-ups, a fire pit, a picnic table, the works. Plus the marina isn't very far and they sell ice cream. The entire park was in pristine condition and very quiet. The staff were courteous and ready to help with anything you needed. - Marilynintexas
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This is a very nice campground, large pull-thru sites in one section with full w/e/s other sites were only w/e. Good walking/biking trails. Quiet since it was after Labor Day. - Steveieray
Jun 2018 - $25.00
There are no full hookup sites but most do have electric and water and there is a dump station. Vault toilets in the campground with very nice showers in the visitor center building. Staff is friendly and helpful. Reservations not usually needed. The park does have an overflow area with no hookups for late arrivals. - RV Camper1
Jul 2012 - $17.00
Great primitive park with weekend activities. There are no hookups at this park. Camping fee is $12, plus you have to pay $5 vehicle fee (total $17) unless you have the North Dakota Annual Pass, then you only pay $12. Great spacing between the sites, good privacy. Lots of shade. There are also Yurts and great cabins to rent. If you are ambitious, there are some great "park here, hike it in" tent sites that offer great privacy. There are also regular tent sites, too. There are water faucets where you can fill up with water. Although the water is potable, recommend running the water through some filters as it's "well" water. On weekends, there are some great interpretive programs, (We learned to make ice cream!) and some concerts from local bands. If you don't mind dry camping, this is a great place to relax. This park doesn't get full, it seems to be a well kept secret. The park also has wintertime activities. One more thing: If your GPS routes you through Hensler, ignore the GPS. The road from Hensler involves going on a dirt road that, CAN, be dicey for RV's, especially after a rainstorm. Instead, take Highway 83 to ALT 200 until you get to Washburn, navigate from there. Follow the signs. - DXSMac