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3 RV Parks near Wahpeton, North Dakota
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Our campsite was a nice, paved back in spot with 30 amp electric and water hookups. The Red River is just a stone's throw from the campground and many locals come to the park to fish, or maybe just to cruise through to the turnaround and back out creating a flow of traffic through the campground. There are restrooms and showers plus a dump station that, for some reason, is set up to be used coming into the campground rather than leaving it. There is a pay station at the campground, but if you want to call ahead and pay the city will mark a site with your name so you won't have to worry about arriving and finding all the sites taken. On our August Sunday night four of the eight sites were in use. You might want to know that the electric/water hookups are located between the sites with the even numbers having hookups on the accustomed driver's side. Mention, of course, must be made of the "World's Largest Catfish" statue which is at the campground. Since our stay was a short one I didn't set up the satellite dish, but I'm confident I would have gotten a signal. My Verizon signal was nearly full scale. While this campground isn't a destination spot (except maybe for people who love giant catfish statues) it works as a nice place to land for a night or two. - nazpaz
Jul 2017 - $25.00
There are only 8 sites on a beautiful fast flowing river, known for its catfish. Unfortunately, the smell from the sugar beet factory was overwhelming. The sites are very close together. Some locals starting shooting off fireworks and we could here them falling onto our rig. Finally called the police as it just went on and on. - ricbugs
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Small campground with only 8 sites so reservations are recommended. There is no office so payments are on the honor system. There are fire rings but I did not see anywhere to purchase firewood. Nice small campground situated along a river with a boat launch and docks for fishing. Sites where wide with green space behind each unit. Although I did not use them the rest rooms and showers appeared to be clean and spacious. Although the campground is 10 miles off I29 it is still perfect for an overnight stop. - Fun finders
Aug 2018 - $25.00
Cool little campground to stay at. They did cram 7 sites into 6 now which made it a little difficult for parking and determining where your campsite is. Two of the seven sites had water, all of the sites had electricity, and none had sewer, but did have a dump station. We stayed at site 7, which was kind of cool because you looked out at rhinoceros sand zebras throughout the day. Unfortunately the downside to that was that there were a lot of flies. The pads need some more to be level as well. It is unique in that you are camped right next to the zoo, which allows for easy access to parks, softball fields, pools, playgrounds, and many more. The site had showers and bathrooms. If this site had better defined spots, level pads, a fire pit for each site, & water for each site - I would have rated this campground 8 out of 10. - ncullen12