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A slightly steep gravel road just outside of Deadwood SD. One pull through and a couple of back in spots with amazing views. There is a primitive toilet house sitting at a trailhead nearby, the pull offs are just past there. We made the pull through spot with a 23’ travel trailer just barely. The other spots are a bit smaller, possibly would have fit in but didn’t try.
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lovely spot away from the chaos and cheesiness of deadwood. there is barbed wire slightly downhill of the spots, away from the road. be careful if you have dogs.
**leave no trace** and enjoy the Milky Way!Report Check-In
This spot is great! There is a little loop road and maybe two or three spots but the spot we stayed had the most privacy. Great Verizon reception and a pit toilet at the picnic area close by. Highly recommend walking to the picnic area and taking the hike! We saw deer and turkey too!Report Check-In
Nice place to stay the night, felt safe and only saw one other camper. Toilet was open but hasn’t been maintained in a while.Report Check-In
As described. Very quiet, directly off Forest road. It was a little wet and some snow when we arrived. No need for 4WD. We parked our Jeep and off-road trailer in the pull/thru site. No one here at 2 pm on a Saturday.Report Check-In
Spent four nights. Forest Service drove through camp, all was well. Nice pull trough spot with views….Report Check-In
very nice location on Mount Rushmore road. just inside the Badlands Forest by 50 ft. pit toilet, picnic table, hiking trail and fire tower to climb 4 great view. definitely fit three rigs ours is 25 foot and we could have parked 50-foot there.Report Check-In
Lots of spots up the road. Most were taken by 6pm but found a pull off at end of the road that’s easily passable.Report Check-In
Stayed here for a week or so during Sturgis rally. It’s a great area and pretty quiet.
However, lots of folks came looking for camp spots and pulled up right next to me.
Fortunately most were friendly and respected personal space.
The good spots fill up quick and a few people were camped out at the trailhead to Roosevelt Tower.
Be Leary of Google maps taking you down Tetro Rock Road if coming from Lead.
That road is marked private and 4x4 is definitely needed.Report Check-In
great view off Mt.Rushmore, nice RTT spot, flat gravel ground. only a few spots up here so get there early. nice spread, didnt hear neighboring campers or see anything but stars. bugs werent bad, temp got down to 60s and warmed right up in the AM. would recommend to anyone who doesnt want to spend a bunch on casino/hotel and loudness.Report Check-In
Amazing views and nice and quiet. The place is as described. Nice road up for our sprinter. Not a car in sight.Report Check-In
Beautiful spot, very little traffic on the gravel road nearby (middle of the week), free, no campfires or electricity, Don’t forget your trash! :DReport Check-In
A slightly steep gravel road just outside of Deadwood SD. One pull through and a couple of back in spots with amazing views. There is a primitive toilet house sitting at a trailhead nearby, the pull offs are just past there. We made the pull through spot with a 23’ travel trailer just barely. The other spots are a bit smaller, possibly would have fit in but didn’t try.Report Check-In