|In Season||May 15 - Sep 30, 2015||$24.00 - $35.00|
Another campground sprung from someone's yard. It's a very tight fit with campers back to back and squeezes into every space possible. Two nights with 50amp and water only was $69 with Good Sam for the 2 night stay. It was walking distance to town. Other than that Not ideal. Close proximity to other units, over priced for a dirt lot.
Price:$33.50 night w/cable Pros: Location close to town and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Sites include picnic table and grill. Owners very helpful, Ben helps you back into space. He is the best I have ever seen backing up rigs of all sizes. Cons: Charge $2.00 for cable per day. Satellite friendly for western arc, not eastern arc. WiFi was spotty. Would stay again :-)
Lady at check-in wanted me to drive through an opening of trees smaller than my rig's width. Told me I had to do it or leave and I wouldn't get my money back. No other options, she said. Then she handed me a list of onerous rules. The CG is covered in trees and the absentee owner will not permit them to be trimmed. Honestly, I felt like I was in a prisoner in her prison camp. Don't sour a wonderful experience in Medora by stopping here and arguing with this lady! The CG across the street is much better.
Red Trail is a family owned and operated campground, providing campers with a second home for over 34 years. We try to provide friendly and professional service to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. We have been told "You come as a stranger and leave as a friend". We hope that you will feel the same way. We try to make you feel like coming back to visit Medora and stay with us at the Red Trail Campground. Red Trail Campground is nestled below a butte on the southeast edge of historic Medora which takes its name from the wife of its founder, a French nobleman, the Marquis De Mores. Though his dreams of a cattle empire and meat packing plant have long since vanished, the town survived to witness, and retain in history. For a short time Teddy Roosevelt stayed in Medora opening two cattle ranches. Custer camped in Medora while on his way to Montana. Many other notables besides these have stayed in Medora. Come see the Medora Musical, learn a little more about us, where the west picks up its heels and parts of history began. Browse through our shops, enjoy the authentic western food at any of our restaurants, look though our museums, and drive though the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. That is the Medora experience.