July 31, 2019 - reviewed by Erin W
Good Campground For Location
1/2 mile from the entrance to TRNP south unit. Bike path into town. Right on the Little Missouri River. Good playground. You don't get to pick your site and they are tight but that was expected at a busy National Park where we spent most of our time away from the campground. The con was that since the sites were so close you had the sewer hookup smell from the site next to you right outside your door. Definitely the nicer of the two campgrounds in town. Would recommend if you are visiting the park. However if you are okay with no electric hookups I would stay at the state park just south of town
July 22, 2019 - reviewed by Silver Bullet
30 amp $40
50 amp $50
July 6, 2019 - reviewed by Terry Imar
Pleasant campground with many large trees providing shade. Just a short walk to the Little Missouri River and right next to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Bathhouses are fair in terms of age and cleanliness.
June 29, 2019 - reviewed by Lily
We got a spot with electric but not to run all our appliances... But that was okay we have a small RV.
Know this: laundry room closes at 6:30. Would be easy to have a code there but .. never mind! It only cost $1 for one load!! Very cheap!
The spots are super small, like others said, you are sleeping with your neighbors. To be honest I didn't mind it was only for one night and we are in a RV... Who cares? But I can understand if you stay longer that could be annoying.
They is a nice playground for children. The staff was pretty nice.
Very close to the Roosevelt Park and to town. A small pool at the entrance.
A small dump station.
June 3, 2019 - reviewed by Pirate Van
Decent Campground In Small Town
Staff were extremely helpful and friendly, bathrooms were cleaned multiple times a day. Laundry facilities and showers were accessible. Yes the spots are packed in tight, but they are mostly pull throughs. Multiple options for different budgets, I got a 20 amp with water and sewer for $30 a night. I think 30 amp was about $40. Adorable town and right next to the national park entrance! I also recommend the Boots Bar and Grill for dinner!
August 23, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
Go Somewhere Else
Came in as they were closing and was run out. Called about prices ahead of time and couldnt believe the my eyes when i arrived. You are packd in like sardiens. Better options else where.
August 22, 2017 - reviewed by JAR
Don't Do It
Stayed here 2 nights while visiting Roosevelt NP. The sites were so close together we couldn't open our awning. When we stepped out our door we were looking right in bedroom if camper next to us.
Dust and bugs all day and night.
There are not many camping options in Medora. Consider driving farther to get to the park. You will be glad you did.
August 10, 2017 - reviewed by Traveling Through
Very Friendly Staff
Nice drive through spots with full hookups very firm ground.
August 16, 2016 - reviewed by Rollin Bella Rae
Incorrect address on website, had to call for directions. Cute town. No grass, dirty/dusty campgrounds, and strong smell of sewer. Nice bathrooms and showers. Friendly and accommodating staff. Nice views.
October 5, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
City Park, Medora, ND
GPS: 46.92208, -103.53300
Paved bike trail south to town, and about one mile north to the interstate where it ends.
August 7, 2015 - reviewed by MayorGunn
Nice place and great location in relation to Medora. Lots of stuff for the kids. Fair pricing. Clean bathrooms. But they really pack them in tight. Tent spots not very private.