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3 RV Parks near Groton, South Dakota
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Groton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Groton in the left hand column.
Aug 2013 - $24.00
August 1, 2013: We stopped for a night at Melgaard Park Campground with an RV (40 ft/4 pop outs). We called ahead to reserve and they don’t take reservations but did state that they were rarely ever full. The spots were nice and level, well tended, but a bit tight getting in and out for us - that is the only reason for deducting a star. They have electric hookups only, but the water for flushing and potable water fill-ups as well as the dump station we easily accessible. They have showers and bathrooms on site. The camp ground is part of a very large, beautiful and well groomed public park. We took an early evening stroll and saw a sand volleyball court, tennis courts, a skate park, children's playground, bike paths as well as dog obedience classes and people walking their dogs. We happened to catch a wind symphony performance in the park as well and it was very enjoyable. There are also many mature and beautiful trees throughout. All in all a very beautiful place from what we saw and very easy to get to. - Christina O
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Mixed campsites from pleasant grass with trees to no shade gravel. Two bathhouses, one adequate, one a disaster. Bike trails, fairground activities, and a great kids park close provide entertainment. Would be a good place to stay if the bathrooms were better. - mjtesky
Jun 2014 - $23.00
We arrived after lots of rain so the access roads were muddy and there was standing water on some sites. There are two large paved sites at the south end of the West Hill Campground area. Okay to wash vehicles on the sites. Payment is in the Fairground Office building just north of the Hog & Sheep Barn. Check or Cash only. No threads on the sewer connection, so you'll need a donut or weight. Good spot for an overnight stay. - Good Vibes
Sep 2010 - $15.00
This is an easy, inexpensive place to camp if you're looking for no-frills. Price reflects 50 amp, water, and sewer. We were allowed to choose the site we wanted so we picked an area away from other campers. 20-30-50 amp available, as are W/E sites. Some sites are grass, some are gravel, and they come in various sizes. Interior roads are gravel and wide open. The Fairgrounds can easily be reached without driving through town. Restrooms were basic, and were clean. No playground equipment. We'll be back! - 42lena
Sep 2017 - $35.00
This is a lovely, spacious park, the campground being only one part. There are abundant activities for families with children and young teens. The site was ample in width; I had no tightly packed neighbors. However, the access lane was somewhat narrow, which meant backing in challenged my trailer skills; and the site was somewhat short, forcing my truck to stick out a bit into the lane. Once situated, it was a pleasant camping experience. It would have been nice to have my grandkids with me as I tramped around the park. - Jim Fulton
Apr 2017 - $34.00
this was a matter of convenience as we had personal business to take care of in Aberdeen and the only RV spot with FHU. It would be a great place for family camping with small RVS as getting around the campground with larger units could be interesting when there is a full campground. We had a 41 foot MH and the pull thrus were not long enough. Had to change site to a larger back in so that we could get MH and tow dolly off road way. In talking with friends from Aberdeen this park is VERY busy when school is out because of the Storybook theme park and campground gets very crowded when families come in for a weekend a park along the travel road. Campers have difficulty getting into back in sites. Our feeling is the only time we'd come back is after the park closes in the fall or before it opens in the spring and only for a place to get off the road. the only reason we wanted a FHU was of the cold weather forecast for the several days we needed to be in Aberdeen. - xqzmepleze
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a wonderful campground. The campground itself is part of a huge and gorgeous municipal park that contains endless opportunities for family activity. The camping area is manicured to the same high standards as the rest of the park, resulting in super-wide sites with large green lawns for each. Facilities were clean, check-in was friendly, and sites were easy to access. There are two campground areas in different parts of the large park, each with a slightly different feel, but both quite nice. The park itself contains multiple playgrounds, sport courts, acres and acres of well-tended green grass, and a remarkable, even surreal, family attraction called "Storybook Land" which might be described as a tiny little small-town version of Disneyland's Magic Kingdom. We've never seen anything like it, and if you have children, you'll be swept away by how lovingly maintained the place is. In a country full of scruffy city parks, Wylie Park stands apart, and being able to camp right inside it was a family treat. - The Milwaukee Road