We were planning to stay here for a stop over but decided to stay for the July 3rd & 4th rodeo. The other unit we were traveling with had mechanical problems with their truck, so we had to stay two more days. Love this place.
As someone else said, the owners are seniors like us and very nice. The park is kept clean as a pin, and I like the fact that they have many convenient garbage cans through out the park with lids on them. There are shade trees and all sites are easy in and out with full hook-ups. They also have fast wi-Fi. We paid about $37 with a senior discount. (They only offer senior discount and discount for cash.). Not cheap, but would define my stay there again.
We haven't stayed here (yet) but I found that the web site was incorrect in Parky. The correct site is http://www.tenbroekrvpark.com. Giving them a 4 based on the other reviews for now.
Small cowboy town. The owner was nice. Please visit Dirty Sally’s General Store. They have local meat, produce and crafts. Very cute little town.
Nice stop-over spot on the way from Yellowstone to Mt. Rushmore. Only a couple hundred yards off the State highway, but very quiet; think I only heard one loud truck pass through in the night. Well maintained, showers, laundry, and as someone else noted, lots of garage cans abound. The town is a short walk, maybe 1/4 mile at most from the park, so you can do some shopping or eat at the diner. And there is a brewery about 2 miles out of town for you beer affecianodos. Only thing to note is the electric and water supply points are on the opposite side than normal, so you might need extensions to reach under the trailer to hook up. Otherwise, a great little gem of a park.