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  1. Anna

    This campground was an unexpected pleasure for us. We pulled in late, about 7.30pm, in our 26′ travel trailer, on a Wednesday in July, and drove straight into a lovely pull-through site with views of the tower. The campground has a lot of mature trees, but they are sporadic, so there are lots of sites with views of the monument, which is an added bonus.

    The site was very large and level, with a fire ring and picnic bench and a lot of space around. There are flush toilets and power points in the restrooms, but no showers. There are water spigots around.

    There are some nice trails around the monument and the further you get away from the tower itself, the quieter the trails are. There’s also a prairie dog town right near the campground, so that’s a nice trail. We attended a ranger talk at the campground amphitheatre, which was very interesting.

    Cost was $12 a night, which we thought was great value, and they only take cash or cheque. It was a very peaceful place, with some great birds (red headed woodpecker, northern flicker), and dark skies at night. There is also a nice mix of big rigs, smaller campers, and tents.

    Worth noting is that there is no dump station, and while the KOA allows you to pay a fee to use off season, when we were there in July they said we couldn’t use it, even for a fee. We therefore found another at a rest area just outside Sundance – this was free so that would be our tip.

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