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What a beautiful spot! Highly recommend! Very exposed campground and sites are close together. The ground is super hard and impossible to get a tent stake into, so be aware of that. It was also incredibly windy the night we were there and I thought our tent wasn’t going to make it through the night. If it wasn’t for the wind it would have been an amazing sleep and the view when you wake up of the badlands is breathtaking! Absolutely gorgeous!
We visited Cedar Pass Campground in October 2019. Highs were around ~60F and lows were around ~32F. Less than half of the campground filled.
Pretty much every single site in the campground has an amazing view of the Badlands formations. Each site has a picnic table and shade structure (No fire pits).
The bathrooms have flush toilets and hot water. There is also a shower at the campground.
We camped here in early October. Temperatures were around 60 during the evening, but windy. Low of around 35 at night, and winds died down. There were several unclaimed campsites available at the end of the day.
Campground has great views, especially the sites near the entrance of the first loop. Great proximity to visitor center and scenic areas. All the sites are exposed, but each picnic table has a wooden shade structure. There were no fire rings and no camp fires allowed when we stayed. Bathrooms have flush toilets.
We had a great time at this campground! The sites were fairly close together, but had great shade structures over the picnic tables. Very close to the main visitor center and the park's established trails!
The views towards the Badlands are amazing. Campsite #3 was awesome, highly recommend the very first few sites closest to the entrance as they have the least obstructed views without other campsites in your way.
This campground offers flushable toilets and a beautiful landscape. Love the stars? You can see the milleay and hear coyotes in the distance. Close to the ranger station and multiple hiking trails.
Wow, what a breathtaking spot! Campsites are close together and totally exposed, but have really nice sun shelters over the picnic tables (slatted wood though, so it won't keep out the rain). Definitely try and catch the sunset that lights up the badlands and the sunrise that comes up just behind them. Bathrooms and showers were clean, and there's a great dish sink outside the bathrooms. The smaller large vehicles loop only has a pit latrine but there were RV hookups in the main loop too. Campsites are close together so music and cigarette smoke both travel and people weren't necessarily too thoughtful of neighbors, but did seem to quiet down at a normal hour. Hiking the Medicine Root loop is highly recommended, look out for wildlife!
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- 43.744° N, 101.95° W
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