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Natural features you'll find at Belle Fourche River Campground.
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We camped here in early October, low temps around 35F at night. Many campsites were available when we arrived in the evening.
The campground is in a beautiful location, with views of Devils Tower from all of the campsites. We saw tons of deer, turkeys, and prairie dogs in the park. Fires were not allowed when we camped here.
We visited Belle Fourche Campground in October 2019, the high was around ~50F and the low around ~35F. This is a first come, first served campground (No advance reservations available). It looked like about half of the sites were occupied for the night.
The campground is well maintained, and has flush toilets. Each site has a view of the tower, picnic table, and fire pit. (The fire pits were out of commission during our visit due to wild fire concerns.)
Though there are quite a lot of sites here you still have a decent amount of space - it was sold out but didn't feel crowded. I had planned on staying one night but stretched it out to two so I could hike all of the trails around the tower. The main trails are accessible from the site and you get to pass through a prairie dog town! An amazing place to see and stay.