Sage Creek Campground

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About Sage Creek Campground

Description

Incredible silence, the smell of sagebrush in the air, and buffalo herds that mingle around the campground, make Sage Creek Campground worth the work to enjoy. It’s primitive in every sense of the word, with no electricity, no water, and pit toilets. It’s perfect for tents and small campers. You’ll find the nearest amenities more than an hour away in Wall, SD, so be sure to Read more...
Incredible silence, the smell of sagebrush in the air, and buffalo herds that mingle around the campground, make Sage Creek Campground worth the work to enjoy. It’s primitive in every sense of the word, with no electricity, no water, and pit toilets. It’s perfect for tents and small campers. You’ll find the nearest amenities more than an hour away in Wall, SD, so be sure to stock up before heading out. Once you’re here though, you’ll never want to leave. The expansive sky stretches on forever and you’ll feel like this place was meant for only you, the twinkling stars, the busy prairie dogs, and the grazing bison. Take it from us, it’s a slice of heaven in a too-crowded world.
Fires are allowed
Pets are allowed
Potable water is not available
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 100
  • Phone: 605-433-5361
  • Accessibility: Park at listing
  • Campsite area: Bring your own Tents, Cars, Vans
Toilets
Picnic table
Trash
Showers
RV hookup
Biking
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Climbing
Wildlife watching
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Snow sports
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling

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Hipcamper Jamee

Here in September, and what a phenomenal place. We had Bison grazing right next to our teardrop trailer. It was a very hot day, but cool at night. Despite it being midweek the campground filled up by evening. Recommend getting there before 2:00 pm. All the othe campers were super nice. It was like a unique community. Camping was free. Very nice vault toilets but bring in water. No campfires. The bison trails make for good hiking, but don't get lost.

Hipcamper Tim and Kate

visited in early june. be sure you bring a tarp with you! there are sun shelters but that hot hot sun can peek through still. wrap the tarp over the back and will also help with the 40 mph winds that come barreling in. bison graze super close by dont wont bother you if you dont bother them.

Hipcamper Katelyn

Drove into this primitive campground after adventuring around the incredible town of Wall, South Dakota (Wall Drug and its jackalopes are a must see if you feel like being tacky and touristy!) We arrived late at night, but still found plenty of room to pitch a tent. The quietness of our neighbors added an air of respect for each other and the wilderness we were surrounded by. We were delighted to hear howling coyotes in the middle of the night and to be woken up by a dazzling sunrise. A curious bison wandered close and chirps from the prairie dogs who set up camp a couple feet away served as an adorable alarm clock! Free camping will always get a 10/10 in my book.

Park
Badlands National Park
State
South Dakota
Phone Number
605-433-5361
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
43.894° N, 102.414° W
Unknown price
Tent / Van: 100 Sites