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4 RV Parks near Tioga, North Dakota
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tioga. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tioga in the left hand column.
Aug 2011 - $15.00
In western North Dakota, all the regular RV parks are very quickly filled to capacity. We arrived in late July and most parks were completely full. The area offers charming small camping parks, around area lakes. These parks do not have sewer or water usually, but they offer primitive camping without electricity, and they offer electricity at some sites. All are first come, first serve. The best thing about these parks is they are quiet and you stay right on the water. The McGregor Dam park offers a beautiful lake, filled with fish. It is located north of Tioga on Hwy 40, one mile south of the tiny town of McGregor. It is off the beaten path, but such a lovely spot. The local authorities do maintain the park, and let folks enjoy the peace and quiet most of the time, unless there are complaints. This park offers a 5 space area with electrical hookups at the main entrance. The are another 3 spots that on individual peninsulas that offer electrical hookups. These are a bit on a slant, but gives an individual yard for each camper or RV. There is a 4th peninsula, but not sure if had electrical or not. On the other side of the lake, there are 4 primitive sites with no amenities, but these are also like peninsulas, and there is an individual yard for each camper. These are very peaceful. There are restrooms available in both areas, but no showers. Fishing is allowed. There are a lot of birds on the lake. Deer are common in the area, and believe it or not, some mountain lions are roaming in North Dakota and have been seen south in the area of Watford City. We did not see any personally, but bear, moose and elk roam here, also. This park is quite busy during the summer, so the limit is 14 days. We also went back in October when almost no one was there. The park officials do not like to allow it, but they did let us stay a day or so extra while we hunted for a new place to park. They expect patrons to pick up after themselves and to allow others peaceful enjoyment. They are extremely pet friendly, many people bring their hunting dogs to run out there. Our 4 dogs loved this park!! We had plenty of personal space, they could run free in our individual area on the peninsula. Once we moved to the electrical hookup area, there were some dogs running free and causing some trouble, but ours are well-behaved and did not get into any trouble because we do not just turn them loose. This issue could be a problem as the dogs running loose were small, and could be hurt if someone allowed a bigger dog to run free at the same time. Overall, this is an excellent place to stay in North Dakota. - JBCricket
Jul 2011 - $15.00
There are no hookups, no showers, and no bathrooms. There are lots of bugs. Unkempt lots with many oil workers, and no cell phone service It is a long way out from everything. - gypsysoul
Jul 2007 - $3.00
This is an excellent city park located next to the lake. There are four sites offering electric hookups only. There are restrooms and showers and a dump station. One site has a 50 amp plug-in. We camped here 7 nights and enjoyed our stay. The posted rate is $3.00 per night and payments are placed in an honor box. This is an excellent overnight stop (or 7 days in our case). - Richard and Emily
Aug 2017 - $30.00
All grass or gravel sites. No shade. Mostly back-ins None very level. Laundry available, but few other amenities. Interior roads need work. Mostly long term occupants. - W Davidson
Aug 2005 - $16.00
This was a clean well maintained park. Streets were gravel. Sites were grass and mostly level. The staff was friendly and helpful. They came to our site after we got set up to make sure everything was OK. The park was almost full with road construction crews who were working on US-2. - Travelin Rose
Jun 2018 - $28.00
This is a nice state park. It was during the week so the park was not busy. Had a pull in site with water and electric. There is an entry fee for all ND state parks. If you are staying for multiple days or in multiple parks, the annual sticker is the best value. I would stay again. - Fredinmaryland
Sep 2017 - $20.00
The park itself is "out there" meaning it's a hike getting there. There was a major detour due to road construction in the Williston area leading to a "round about" way to the park. The park itself is very nice. Spacious, quiet, and very clean. 3 enjoyable days and nights. - FrederickC
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Very nice park. Wide spaces and lots of grass. We were surprised to have to buy an annual Membership to the State Parks of ND for $25.00 in order to stay. There was no veteran's discount. Most states at least recognize veterans: especially disabled ones. So for that reason I cannot recommend staying here. It was quite out of the way for us and once we arrived and discovered the excessive fee it would have been equally expensive to drive back to civilization to a private park. - Newbet