Publication Date: 2011
Subtitle: Your Guide to Public Campgrounds in Western South Dakota and Northeastern Wyoming
The Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming, and the surrounding area, are full of outdoor splendor and recreation. To the east, you'll marvel at the colorful pinnacles found in Badlands National Park. To the west, you'll gaze skyward at the soaring height of Devil's Tower. In between, you'll find shady forests, lakes, canyons, granite spires, wildlife, and plenty of manmade destinations such as Mount Rushmore and entertaining mountain towns.
This complete guidebook describes the dozens of public campgrounds that are located across the region. You'll find popular campgrounds, such as those found in Custer State Park and the Black Hills National Forest, as well as those primitive sites that are on the outskirts of the Black Hills... camps along highways and camps at the end of lonely backroads. The book includes the details that you need to know, like reservation and seasonal information, spur lengths, usage, elevations, even GPS coordinates. Each campground write-up includes its own map and a photograph so you know exactly what the campground area looks like. All the research has been done for you, so grab your gear and let Black Hills Camping lead the way!