Wyatt’s Hideaway Campground

(4 Reviews)

11144 SD Hwy 34, Belle Fourche, SD 57717

605-892-0600

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GPS: 44.621, -103.8223

Wyatt’s Hideaway Campground is located at 11144 SD Hwy 34, Belle Fourche, South Dakota 57717 with a total of 53 campsites. Before your trip to Wyatt’s Hideaway Campground, check out website at http://www.wyattshideaway.com/ or contact them through 605-892-0600 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

44.621, -103.8223

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 44.621, -103.8223

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities laundry showers
Pets pets

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Last Price Paid: $40

Reported by Mary4AZ on 08.01.2020

Longest RV Reported: 30 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

53

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

3,083 ft / 939 m

Reviews of Wyatt’s Hideaway Campground

4 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar Mary4AZ
    Pleasant and relaxing

    Reviewed 1/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 58

    Very large Campground catering to campers from the solo tenter to the behemoth RV. Lots of trees for shade and nice sized, grassy sites. I expect it is very busy during the Sturgis rally, but it was very peaceful and uncrowded during our stay. It is beside a highway and there was road noise during the day, but very quiet at night.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Rollin Ollens
    Good

    Reviewed 27/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 21

    After a long drive we were looking for a place to rest. This was the first park we came across. We pulled in and while we were searching the net for info the owner walked up to our coach. We made a deal that we would pay $30.00 cash. A discount because the washrooms were closed. There were very few units in the park which was good as t...moreAfter a long drive we were looking for a place to rest. This was the first park we came across. We pulled in and while we were searching the net for info the owner walked up to our coach. We made a deal that we would pay $30.00 cash. A discount because the washrooms were closed. There were very few units in the park which was good as the sites are very close together. We chose 21. It was a 30 Amp pull through. It was level, gravelled and plenty long and wide enough for our opposing slides. We were quite happy that we stumbled upon Wyatt's except the internet signal was terrible and the cell service was only one bar so our Mifi didn't work well either We would return if in the area though. We camped at Wyatt's Hideaway Campground in a Motorhome.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ginhuey
    Expensive for what you get.

    Reviewed 21/10/2019

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    I’m not sure what the single night rate is but monthly it’s $750 for myself and my dog. It’s mid October and the bathhouse is closed down for the season. There’s water, electric, and sewer. If you’re in the right spot there’s WiFi. If you don’t want the water spigot provided at the site to freeze, you’re told that you need to heat trac...moreI’m not sure what the single night rate is but monthly it’s $750 for myself and my dog. It’s mid October and the bathhouse is closed down for the season. There’s water, electric, and sewer. If you’re in the right spot there’s WiFi. If you don’t want the water spigot provided at the site to freeze, you’re told that you need to heat trace and insulate it at your own expense. The campground is conveniently located between a highway and an active railway, and yes, the trains blow their horns as they ride through the camp ground. In my opinion, this is a $300/month site.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dixie the Airstream
    Decent campground with shade

    Reviewed 8/7/2017

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    Days stayed: 4

    We stayed at Wyatt's Hideaway Campgound over the July 4th weekend, so it was booked solid. The sites were a bit closer than I prefer, but most had very mature trees with plenty of shade. Wyatt was a nice man, happy to provide any info you need about the area, and always working around the campground. We attempted to make an inquiry abo...moreWe stayed at Wyatt's Hideaway Campgound over the July 4th weekend, so it was booked solid. The sites were a bit closer than I prefer, but most had very mature trees with plenty of shade. Wyatt was a nice man, happy to provide any info you need about the area, and always working around the campground. We attempted to make an inquiry about a reservation via the website, but ended up calling ahead of time. He assured me he'd have a spot with full hookups for our 30' Airstream. However upon arrival, tried to say he never would have said that because he only has "one spot" left. He led us to that spot, which was perfectly fine for our stay. But throughout our stay there was always one empty site next to us that met the same specifications. Also, his rate seems to be negotiable. He required we pay $5 extra per night, assuming it was from the holiday weekend, than what's posted on his website. Our Verizon cell coverage was ok, but wifi was very slow at night. We did not use the bathhouse. There is a train track immediately off the campground, which is extremely loud when a train comes by. We only noted a couple per day, all during day time hours. There is also a large creek on property. Not sure we would stay there again, mainly due to how close the campsites were, and there are other options in the area.

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 3 Users Last Reported 10/21/2019

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