Possibly the best camp where we've stayed (of 50+) in 36 states! Large level sites, plenty of grass and enough shade. Beats the other camp in Wall by a mile. Huge dog park, well fenced. Puppies give it two paws up, too.
Nice little campground with helpful, friendly owners living on site. Easy access to Badlands and can walk to town to famous Wall Drug. Level, gravel pull thru with water, electric, and cable.
Rustic camp ground. Great staff. Good for an overnight stay. Nothing but gravel. Great dog park in the back. The dogs liked it more than we did.
Location: Sleepy Hallow Campground In Wall, South Dakota Website: http://www.sleepyhollowsd.com Note: There is quite a bit to do nearby with Wall Drug, The Bad Lands, and The Grass Lands. Dates Stayed: June 17-June 20 2015 Atmosphere: Right next store to very large grain silos. Workers there during regular type working hours. The rough part was in the mornings, train whistles start as early as 3AM! Type of spots: Level gravel pull through spots with water, electric, and picnic table. Dump station on site. Big rig friendly: Yes Laundry: Yes. $1.50 wash/$1.00 dry. Shower House: Yes, very clean and spacious. Closed for cleaning every day at 10:30am. # of pools: 1 small but clean and heated. Very refreshing, I took a dip. # of hot tubs: 0 Dog park: No but pet friendly Activities: Playground and basketball hoop. Wifi/cable: Free wifi and strong even when the park was full/cable but we did not use Exercise room: no
Nothing we would won't to come back for. It is a Good Sam park with no discount. Very weak wi fi. No tv but lots of phone.
Sleepy Hollow was the best camp ground we stayed at, out of many, in or 5k trip across country, including Sturgis this year. 2014. Loved the Dog Park. Enjoyed the fact that they actually HAD the amenities they claimed to. No one else did. Clean and we'll maintained. The management was friendly.
Would be good for 1 or 2 nights. Everything was fine. 5 minute walk to downtown. Wall pharmacy is a chachkie store and seems to be the only thing that gets people into the town. The cactus bar was fun and the wings were spot on.
Staff was very nice. Campground was in walking distance to wall drug. Free coffee in the office.
No shade, no cable where I'm at, very slow wifi. Not what I expected from the reviews I read online.
Stayed 2 nights to explore area and visit Wall Drug. Quiet, away from highway and only 1 train came through at 6 pm. Easy walk to Wall Drug and National Grasslands visitor center. Restrooms are super clean, laundry good only $1.25 for wash and $1.00 for dry. Not much space between sites but there is grass and a decent picnic table.
Park is just a few minutes off I-90, but no traffic noise in the park. Sites are gravel with a grassy area and picnic table next to each site. All the sites are pull-thru and easy to get in and out of with plenty of room on either side of your rig. We have a 42' 5th wheel. Park has good cable TV and wi-fi and is open if you plan on using a dish. Wall Drug is a block away along with any store you might need right in walking distance. Great place to start your tour of the Badlands or end your tour. The property looks well kept and Kathy who checked us in was great. The only problem was that you might hear a train whistle in the middle of the night that is loud. Will definitely stay here again.
The sites are drive-through for easy in and out and you can walk to town about a block away. There are some small shade trees and they have great cable TV and Wi-Fi. Laundry was $1.25 for washing machine and $1.00 for dryer. The pool is tiny-think large jacuzzi size. It is right next to a railroad track so the noise is incredible when a train comes through, luckily none did at night. Management is friendly and we paid $31 for electric and water only.
Good location for stopping prior to heading into Black Hills area. Restroom/showers clean. Easy walk to Wall Drug. WIFI works. Verizon Cel signal is strong. Not much for over the air TV. Would stay again.
We enjoyed our stay @ Sleepy Hollow RV Park in Wall, SD. They're within walking get distance of Wall Drug. They have about 60 sites. This park is right off the interstate. The sites are flat and wide enough for any size RV. It's a very clean park. The bathrooms & laundry are clean, good WiFi, pool & playground. The owners are very friendly & helpful. Stayed 3 nights in a 36' MH. If we're ever back in this area we'd definitely stay here again.
This park is right off the interstate. The sites are flat and wide enough for any size rv. Staff/owners are friendly knowledgeable and helpful. Love this place will return. Good WiFi and cable tv.
Nice campground with very nice owners. Walking distance to the stores and very close to the entrance of the bad lands. Would stay here again.
Good park for an overnight. Quiet, this time of year. An easy walk to restaurant. WiFi is great
We camped here in a 36' Fifthwheel. Sites are close together and have gravel pads but typical of camp grounds in the west. Convenient to Wall Drug Store and the Badlands. Does have busy RR spur near . Would stay again if passing through the area.
Across tracks from Wall Drug. Wall is VERY small town. Diesel fuel is expensive. Rained on us and the park was sloppy and somewhat muddy. They need to fill in the pot holes. Good level camping pull-thru. Cable good, 50 amp service, sewer hook-up and dump station too. Only reason not 5 star is the mud and internet service was spotty to non existent. Trains are noisy and busy hauling grain. But they cease activity about 10pm and the park is quiet until around 7:30am. Very clean rest rooms, showers, and laundry.
Clean, comfortable, affordable, quite and friendly.
Reasonably priced, decent spaced sites that are level. Be aware there is a train that runs along the campground so it is loud. We've stayed twice now on our way through SD and I would stay again.
A pictures do a good job of showing you the amenities. Very clean very well done kept. Needed to top off my propane tank and the place was Will / block away filled 3/4 cost me $6. All is a very all town so you need to go elsewhere for basic necessities. You're 10 minutes from the Badlands but if you're interested in Mt. Rushmore and the Black Hills they're only an hour further West with lots of camping possibilities. The only down is that the Wi-Fi is super weak. Next to useless.
Good drive throughs, clean park. Loud all night silos and trains. Close walk to Wall Drug if you should so desire. Owner was not honest with us about the wifi and streaming. It is never a must, but no need to be dishonest.
Wanted a place to stay while visiting Badlands National Park. The park is about 10 minutes away so the campground was convenient. Seemed overpriced for water and electric. Showers were clean. Basic gravel that was not level. Since we spent little time at our trailer it was fine.