NEAR BADLANDS NATIONAL PARK! Sleepy Hollow Campground, a great base camp to visit Badlands National Park (only 8 miles away) and Wall Drug (only 1-1/2 blocks away). Heated pool, laundry, modern clean 10* rated restrooms! All pull thru sites.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
A no frills campground within sight and walking distance of Wall Drug. A good location for the Badlands and the Minuteman Missile tour. We walked to Wall Drug and had to crawl under a stopped train to get back to the park. The train stops several times a day and shuts down most of the traffic in town. From the reviews I read this is the nicest park in Wall.
Nice clean restrooms, easy to get in and out of. Great location to Wall Drug. I was really impressed with the nice big pet area for the dogs to run, a dog actually has room to run and play fetch. The pool and playground area for the kids was average.
Location is great,close to many attractions.The Wi-Fi is the worst that we have encountered throughout the country. The only time you can get on is mid day when everyone is out touring. Dial up is better than the connections here,
We have had a difficult trip to say the least with a very costly mechanical breakdown of our Trailer. After spending 4 nights at Sleepy Hollow, we decided to cut our time here short and head for the Wisconsin Dells to try to enhance the family fun of the trip. Unfortunately, I made the mistake of pre-booking our site. I went up to the office 24 hours prior in order to ask that we might be given one night back off the end of our stay. I was told, quite coldly, that I would have to speak to the boss about that. She was currently cleaning the restrooms. We spent the day at Rushmore and when I returned, I went up to the office to again ask for the day back. The owner stated that it was not the policy. I tried to reason, but that was not an option. I then stated that in good spirit, I would like to give our site to someone else (kind of like paying for the person behind you at Starbucks). She actually laughed. This is that kind of place.
The campground is spotless and neat in most areas. But this comes at a cost. The bathrooms are closed for two hours each day and that can be pretty inconvenient. One other funny thing is that you don't even get a fire ring on your site until you buy wood from the office. There are lots of controls and policies in place here, and that contributes, I'm sure, to how the place empties out each day.
The dog park is very nice. The pool, however, is pretty gross. When we used the pool, we had to skim many, many insects off the top of the water. I'm not sure if that's because their filter is not working or just due to poor maintenance.
Most people come in late in the evening and are gone early the next morning. This is not really a place you would like to stay more than one day. We made the mistake of signing up to stay five. We will make sure not to stay here again as there are other campgrounds available in the area for a similar price. There is nothing special here.
This is a very nice campground. We were having problems with our truck and they helped us with names for a mechanic. We only reserved for one night and didn't know if we would have to stay longer. They put a hold on the campsite for us in case we needed it another night. They also said it would be o.k. to unload our truck camper if necessary, fortunately we were able to continue on our journey. Would stay there again if we were passing through the area.
They went above and beyond for their customers. While we were there we heard a tornado warning and the owner/manager? quickly invited all the RVers to their home nearby the office. Our pets were also welcomed there.They had a basement and an upstairs full of people and dogs who were thankful to be inside and not in campers. Would definitely reserve here again.
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