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Acampamento aberto a partir de 20 May até 01 October
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5 / 5 (16 votos )

Big Pine Campground

12084 Big Pine Road
57730, Custer
South Dakota, Estados Unidos

Want serenity and seclusion, no frills camping in a forest setting? Centrally located in the Black Hills, just 2 miles west of Custer on Hwy. 16. We welcome tents to the largest RVs. 82 spacious sites under ponderosa pine trees. 50 and 30 amp sites. Sparkling shower houses, laundry, playgrounds, game room, free wi-fi through-out the park, full hookups, water/electric or primitive. Fire pit and picnic table at each site. Also, camper cabins. Pet Friendly.

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Alojamento
Barracas de campo
Caravanas
Autocaravanas
Cabines para alugar

Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
Wi-Fi
Tenda de campismo
Churrasco permitido

Qualificações
Cães

Recreação
Parque infantil
quadra de voleibol
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Very friendly, fun and helpful staff. The campground is on a hill but most of the sites are level. Very tall pine trees shelter most of the campsites. The air feels fresh and clean. The back of the campground abuts the Black Hills National Forest and the views are fantastic. Campsites in the center of the campground are tighter than along the edges and the tent sites are down the hill and feel very secluded. Showers are immaculate and set up wonderfully so that your clothes don't get wet and you can change comfortably. Bathrooms are also very clean. There's a sink set-up to wash your dishes at the bathhouse. The campground office has a great local map and will find out what you're interested in, how long you're staying and then give you advice on where to go. There's so much to do, you could spend a week here. Custer is a very cute town with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops. Make sure to take the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park and drive Needles Highway. If your vehicle is too big to pass through the tunnels carved out of the rock, you can rent UTVs in town. Badlands Ntl Park, Mt. Rushmore, Wind Cave Ntl Park, Air and Space Museum and the Crazy Horse Memorial are all within reach of Big Pine Campground.
2 semanas ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We stayed here for two nights, my wife and I love this campground because of tall pine trees and the feeling of being in the woods. It’s like real camping!! Very close to most of the point of interest in Black Hills. They have full hookups or elec/water sites Strong WiFi. .
3 meses ás

maRVin
Inglês (US)
We really enjoyed our stay at Big Pine Campground in September 2021. We chose site 9 because it was close to the laundry room. The sites are closer together at the front, but the back loops had more space between sites. Everything was very clean and well-maintained and the staff is super nice and will deliver ice and firewood to your site. Beautiful setting among the pines. This campground is 15 minutes to everything - we rented a car in Hill City and went to Custer SP, Iron Mountain Road, Needles Highway, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorial. So much to see in this area!
10 meses ás

Ernie
Inglês (US)
Very friendly and accommodating. Clean pleasant restrooms. Shady . Beautiful setting. Close to Custer and very convenient to Custer State Park, Crazy Horse, Rushmore. Closed for season mid October.
11 meses ás

Nini
Inglês (US)
Normally, we really prefer to stay in State and National Park Campgrounds. However, in this area of the country, it can be tough obtaining the right campsite in Custer State Park. They book up REALLY fast, can be difficult to reach, and most likely will not have the hook ups that you want or need. Therefore, we looked at other options and found this privately owned campground. For us, it was convenient in terms of driving to the sights which we planned to visit (except the Badlands which was an all day affair). This campground keeps very busy during the Summer, however, you do not feel any hustle and bustle of neighbors or any coming and going. We stayed 5 nights; 2 nights in one site and 3 nights in another one. We did not have sewer hook ups, so we dumped (dump station by the main office) when we moved from the first site to the second site. The friendly owners have owned this campground for three years and love what they are doing. Is the campground perfect? No, however, it is NOT anything like an "RV Park" which we avoid like the plague, and therefore we were glad to be here. Our sites were a bit challenging to get level, but we managed. Our Verizon Cell Service was good.
1 ano ás

noel
Inglês (US)
We loved our 13 day stay at Big Pine Campground. It is just on the edge of town. Perfect location to bike on the Michaelson Bike Trail, visit Custer State Park, and it is near the quaint downtown area with plenty of eateries. The bathhouse was clean and water hot. We were on top of the hill with water/electric only for part of our time. Beautiful forest sites. The last half of our visit we were in a full hookup pull through at the bottom of the hill near the office/store. Both sites were great. Owners are hands on and always around to address any issues. We will definitely come back and stay again. $42 per night. Good cell signal and park wifi was actually quite good.
1 ano ás

Jeff Mears
Inglês (US)
Big Pine RV park is a nice place to explore the Black Hills/Mt Rushmore/Crazy horse. The sites are shaded, and far apart. The grounds are clean and the bathrooms/showers were kept very clean. The staff is friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here on our next trip to the Black Hills area.
2 anos ás

Sky COS
Inglês (US)
Big Pine was our favorite campground on our 9 day/3000 mi trip. The staff is awesome. The facilities very clean. Best to get to the showers early for really hot water. Site 10 was perfect. The campground borders the National Forest. Very quiet and campers were friendly. If you are in the Mt Rushmore area, this it the place to stay!
2 anos ás

jsouth34
Inglês (US)
We really enjoyed our stay at Big Pine. We stayed the first three nights in site 3 which was not good but we were made our reservations only a week out and we had very good cell coverage which was important as I had to connect for work. The final three nights we stayed in site 41 which was a much better site, even though we didn't have sewer. The sites in the back are really nice, wooded and we could hear no highway noise. Check in was fast and efficient. Sites 54, 55 and 56 had the best view of the meadow and mountains and would try to book these if we had more advanced planning.
2 anos ás

JKelly
Inglês (US)
This was our second time staying at Big Pine. Wonderful people and a great, rustic campground. Full hookups worked perfectly, plenty of room in our site. Will stay again on our next trip through SD.
2 anos ás

Blake41
Inglês (US)
Really enjoyed our stay! Best wifi I have ever found at an RV Park!
2 anos ás

Ty
Inglês (US)
Great campground. Host brought us to our site and helped level. Gave us a list of things to do around Custer. Trails just outside gate. Would definitely stay again.
2 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
This place is simply awesome. Beautiful scenery - next to the National Forest and tons of tall pines. Amazing staff - very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Family owned and operated. Electric, water, dumping, showers, fire ring, picnic table, recycling, and hiking. What more could you need?!
2 anos ás