From the bloggers at Wheeling It.
A quiet, primitive campground inside beautiful Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Western North Dakota.
Site Quality = 3.5/5
There are two loops here, one best-suited for smaller rigs and one that can accommodate (some) larger rigs:
- Sites 1-39 “big loop” and site 44: These are the ONLY sites that can accommodate larger rig sizes. This loop has mostly pull-through sites with a small number of back-in. Pull-throughs are by far the largest/longest sites and I’d say at least half can accommodate rigs up to 40-feet**. Back-ins are for small rigs only. All sites are hard gravel with very good separation and lovely, large, private sitting areas containing picnic tables & fire-pit. Lots of trees & pretty vegetation all-around. Biggest ding is site levelness which can vary from nicely flat to quite uneven. Also there are a many low-hanging trees & branches so be careful getting in & driving around the loop if you are “beast size” like us. Nicest sites here are sites 21 & 23, both of which have excellent views.
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