The perimeter of this campground has pull-throughs but most of those are given over to seasonal set-ups. We came in for one weekend and were put in the OLD center part where parking is nose-to-tail with walk doors of the adjacent rigs facing each other and a shared concrete slab between. Luckily, we knew the people on the other side of our "patio."
probably the worst park We have ever stayed in your door was 1/2 of the slab on one side the other side was right up against the RV in the other space fortunately we aren't claustrophobic. We will never stay there again. ra
We called in. Couldn't handle 40 ft at the time.
We were questioning whether to stop here on not based on some reviews. We are so glad we gave Red Barn a chance. Got a great pull thru site (#6) straight in past the office. Had open grassy area in front of us. Our space was wide with grass and fairly level gravel parking pad. We are 34' 5th wheel with a quad cab long box. We had room to park in front of the camper and our visitors behind. A fire pit and picnic table too. Great areas to walk our dog and quiet. We will be stop when thru Sioux Falls.
Convenient for a night. Sites are narrow and there are trees with narrow roads. Site are gravel with some grass. Water pressure was so low we had to use our pump.
OK, not the worst place, but certainly better ones are out there. If you need a quick over-nighter this place will suit you fine, but for longer stays I'd suggest otherwise. First the good: reasonably quiet for being about 1/2 mile from the Interstate. Lots of shade trees. Sites are mostly concrete and/or gravel with picnic tables, reasonably sized. Free showers, and WiFi works although spotty at times. There is a pizza restaurant that will deliver here, and menus are in the office. The bad: this clump of trees with the 64 sites is located at the end of an industrial complex road, as if it's the last hold-out to be developed. It was the 1st of June and the place smelled like a boggy swamp; dank, musty, all the grassy areas were soggy. I'd estimate half the sites are occupied by long term, if not permanent, residents, giving the place a run down trailer park vibe. And we woke up to find ants invading our trailer, making their way over onto our roof from the large tree next to us. Oh joy!