The Roost Resort

(26 Reviews)

12462 U.S. Hwy 16A, Custer, SD 57730

605-673-2326

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GPS: 43.7713, -103.565

The Roost Resort is located at 12462 U.S. Hwy 16A, Custer, South Dakota 57730 with a total of 12 campsites. Before your trip to The Roost Resort, check out website at http://roostresort.blackhills.com/ or contact them through 605-673-2326 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

43.7713, -103.565

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 43.7713, -103.565

Amenities

Hookups 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Facilities dump station showers
Pets pets

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Overview of The Roost Resort


Last Price Paid: $40

Reported by Travels With Luna on 10.18.2021

Longest RV Reported: 37 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

12

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

5,282 ft / 1,609 m

Max Length:

35 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of The Roost Resort

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  • Area Guides Avatar Travels With Luna
    Quaint & Charming

    Reviewed 18/10/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 8

    We stayed here for 3 very quiet and peaceful nights in late August. We were lucky enough to have the back mostly to ourselves with only one other rig. The view over the fields to the mountains in the back are beautiful. The location is great only a few minutes to the entrance of Custer State Park and a short-ish drive to Mt. Rushmor...moreWe stayed here for 3 very quiet and peaceful nights in late August. We were lucky enough to have the back mostly to ourselves with only one other rig. The view over the fields to the mountains in the back are beautiful. The location is great only a few minutes to the entrance of Custer State Park and a short-ish drive to Mt. Rushmore, etc...The owners were pleasant. The check in/out policy is a tad on the aggressive side with 10am check out and 3pm check in but it's understandable since it's a small family run operation and they seemed to do all the maintenance themselves. You may need some time to maneuver into your site depending on which one you get as some looked to be a bit of a challenge to get into but nothing too difficult. All in all it was well worth it and we are excited to stay again some day.

  • Area Guides Avatar Stroz
    Beautiful, clean and peaceful!

    Reviewed 29/7/2021

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 7

    This was a wonderful campground. The bathrooms/shower house were super clean. Many nice touches throughout the resort. Many sites have beautiful views. Some sites are less desirable. Check a map and pictures before booking. We did have some issues with the electrical supply, but overall a wonderful stay. Highly recommend.

  • Area Guides Avatar bonehenge
    awesome!!

    Reviewed 24/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $23

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 2

    very nice quiet little place.. Hosts are super friendly! Its quiet., spacious, super clean bath room and shower house. I can only recommend it..

  • Area Guides Avatar aVANgers with Thor
    Secluded & Quiet (2nd Time)

    Reviewed 22/7/2021

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    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 4

    This was our 2nd stay at the Roost Resort. We absolutely love it and will be back again. Location is close to Custer and Custer State Park. Views are amazing. Park is quiet as less than a dozen camper spots. This place has a home feel to it with amazing views including daily sightings of deers. Bathrooms are always clean, showers ...moreThis was our 2nd stay at the Roost Resort. We absolutely love it and will be back again. Location is close to Custer and Custer State Park. Views are amazing. Park is quiet as less than a dozen camper spots. This place has a home feel to it with amazing views including daily sightings of deers. Bathrooms are always clean, showers are hot, and the owners are friendly. #avangerswiththor

  • Area Guides Avatar The Rugged Nerd
    Amazing view, perfect location, immaculate facilities

    Reviewed 15/7/2021

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    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 10

    Found The Roost Resort on campendium while planning to to visit Crazy Horse and Mt Rushmore. Called Shelah and Tom to check availability for our trip, 7/11-7/14/21. They were super friendly and helpful, and the deposit was very nominal, I think one day's fee. Paid the remainder upon arrival. We came to the Roost Resort by way of Si...moreFound The Roost Resort on campendium while planning to to visit Crazy Horse and Mt Rushmore. Called Shelah and Tom to check availability for our trip, 7/11-7/14/21. They were super friendly and helpful, and the deposit was very nominal, I think one day's fee. Paid the remainder upon arrival. We came to the Roost Resort by way of Siuox Falls. The location is absolutely perfect. We loved getting pop over into Custer City (1800's town with a great modern vibe) in just 5 minutes.The entrance of the highway was about 400 ft of asphalt and a little bumpy, but completely doable without issue. Check-in was super easy and they have firewood and ice on site for $5 and $2 respectively. We were at site 10 in the back corner with electric 30amp and water. We looped the small circle and backed in with ease. Needed two leveling blocks on the north side but that was easy too. I cannot overstate how amazing the view is there (see photos). Neighbor sites are between 10 and 20 feet away. Everyone there was as nice as could be. There are cabin and tent sites on the grounds as well, and all generations were present while we were there. They have done a great job mapping out the campground and made it easy to familiarize before you go, so be sure to click around the maps on the website! The bathhouse was unbelievably clean, rustic, and the men's side had 2 showers and one each toilet and urinal stalls. Also a full sink. They provide floor towels to help keep the ground dry, just toss in basket when you're done. Seriously, some of the nicest facilities we've seen.If I had it to do over again we would have stayed here longer and shortened or follow on stays.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dennis
    Awesome!

    Reviewed 11/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 3

    Stayed on site 3, it had a wonderful view and shade. The campground is small but that’s fine for us. Everyone from the owners to guests were all so nice. The showers were very clean but a little small for me but probably fine for an average size guy. Overall we would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sextons1
    Too small

    Reviewed 23/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 11

    We called and got 2 nights and was given site 11. This site was too small for our 35 ft 5th wheel. Hard to get out of the site because of the site in front of us. If you have a small TT or Class B it would be perfect. But Big Rigs Beware. On the positive side it is a beautiful CG. We watched the deer each night in the meadow. There i...moreWe called and got 2 nights and was given site 11. This site was too small for our 35 ft 5th wheel. Hard to get out of the site because of the site in front of us. If you have a small TT or Class B it would be perfect. But Big Rigs Beware. On the positive side it is a beautiful CG. We watched the deer each night in the meadow. There is a dump station that is hard to get to by the other campers because it is right behind our site.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jen and Mace Man Fancy Pants

    Reviewed 17/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 11

    Great campground convenient to Custer and Custer State Park. Site #11 is in full sun but is big enough for any size rig. Very clean bathrooms.

  • Area Guides Avatar John
    The best campground experience ever

    Reviewed 17/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 11

    This campground is centrally located to everything the Black Hills has to offer. The convenience of the close proximity to Custer is great and the cell phone coverage was top notch. The campground is small and close to the highway, but surprisingly quiet. The views From your campsite of the surrounding rock formations and the farm fie...moreThis campground is centrally located to everything the Black Hills has to offer. The convenience of the close proximity to Custer is great and the cell phone coverage was top notch. The campground is small and close to the highway, but surprisingly quiet. The views From your campsite of the surrounding rock formations and the farm fields are outstanding. If you are visiting the BlAck Hills, this campground should be the number one choice

  • Area Guides Avatar DMR
    Nice Place Black Hills Gold

    Reviewed 22/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 6

    Vary nice clean Camp Ground But not made for large 5th wheels. Did not see cabins but from out side looked clean and nice. Wifi not good is the only down side. Just passing through on our way home.

  • Area Guides Avatar Buddy2020
    Must stay in Black Hills!!

    Reviewed 28/5/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 4

    We just pulled out from staying the night at the gorgeous Roost Resort. We were on our way through from Wisconsin back home to Colorado and found this gem on Campendium. Shelah was so friendly and helpful and the grounds and bathrooms are impeccable! Everything was well-maintained and very clean. There are adorable cabins and tent site...moreWe just pulled out from staying the night at the gorgeous Roost Resort. We were on our way through from Wisconsin back home to Colorado and found this gem on Campendium. Shelah was so friendly and helpful and the grounds and bathrooms are impeccable! Everything was well-maintained and very clean. There are adorable cabins and tent sites as well as RV sites. We stayed in a full hookup site for our Airstream and had such beautiful views. We enjoyed happy hour outside looking over the meadow and mountains. We look forward to returning next time we are in the Black Hills!

  • Area Guides Avatar ColChez
    Excellent Campground and Hosts!

    Reviewed 18/5/2020

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 3 and 11

    We stayed here in our 39-foot motor home in one of the two sites with 30A full hookups for seven days in mid-May 2020. AT&T service was 2-3/4 bars. WiFi was generally strong, but reportedly weak in the remaining RV sites in the back loop. Most sites feature extraordinary views of the neighboring valley (where we saw many deer and an...moreWe stayed here in our 39-foot motor home in one of the two sites with 30A full hookups for seven days in mid-May 2020. AT&T service was 2-3/4 bars. WiFi was generally strong, but reportedly weak in the remaining RV sites in the back loop. Most sites feature extraordinary views of the neighboring valley (where we saw many deer and antelope) and the rock outcroppings across it. Tom, the owner, was very attentive. The campground entrance has great curb appeal. The grounds are immaculate for a relatively rustic campground with pads that are either gravel, grass, or a combination of the two. The buildings are mostly log construction. The restrooms feature pine-knot paneling throughout and are immaculately maintained. The location is near shopping, restaurants, and services in the west part of Custer. We look forward to staying here again when we return for a month in September-October.

  • Area Guides Avatar TheBerrymans
    Secluded, relaxing, quite and lots of wildlife viewing in adjacent fields

    Reviewed 25/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 8

    Clean, fantastic views, very attentive host - would highly recommend this park to anyone.

  • Area Guides Avatar CKP
    Quiet, small, convenient

    Reviewed 10/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 3

    Expected to stay at Custer SP (they have 7 campgrounds). Couldn't get in, booked mid week in September. Came out of park toward town, found this gem. Love it, clean, neat, showers/restrooms. Mule deer in abundance. Parked a 40' coach in site 3 with great view of the pasture. Only 3 other campers here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Blake
    Beautiful and quiet park right next to Custer

    Reviewed 5/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 3

    Stayed here 8/30/19 to 9/4/19. I needed a place to spend a few nights in Custer over labor day weekend and was worried I wouldn't be able to find anything with only a weeks notice, but these guys got me right in. I had site #3 which is probably the hardest site to access. You have to back down a hill and then around an S curve into the...moreStayed here 8/30/19 to 9/4/19. I needed a place to spend a few nights in Custer over labor day weekend and was worried I wouldn't be able to find anything with only a weeks notice, but these guys got me right in. I had site #3 which is probably the hardest site to access. You have to back down a hill and then around an S curve into the site, dodging a tree on one side and a steep dropoff on the other. The owner was super nice though and offered to come help me if I needed it. I ended up not having any trouble getting it in and found an area on the site that was perfectly level. The trouble to get in there did have a payoff though because I had an awesome view down into the valley and basically had an entire backyard to myself. The location here can't be beat. The park is right outside Custer and takes only a few minutes to get into town. It's also close to Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, and Custer State Park. My site also had a small fire pit and a picnic table, though the table was kind of away from the site. As I mentioned before, this site does have kind of a steep dropoff on the side of your doors, so I could see it potentially being a bit dangerous for older or handicapped people as you could pretty easily slip and fall down the hill. I only went in the restrooms once but they looked immaculate. Never used the showers. My site had full hookups and everything worked well. Overall I had a great experience here and would highly recommend it.

  • Area Guides Avatar SeeingTheSeitz
    Adorable, Peaceful Park Close to Everything in Custer

    Reviewed 16/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 5

    Wow, we loved this little family-run campground! It is the perfect base camp for everything you'd want to do in the Black Hills. One mile from Custer, 1.5 miles from Custer State Park, 10 minutes to Crazy Horse, 30 minutes to Mount Rushmore, 30 minutes to Wind Caves National Park, and 15 minutes to Sylvan Lake. It's a quaint park w...moreWow, we loved this little family-run campground! It is the perfect base camp for everything you'd want to do in the Black Hills. One mile from Custer, 1.5 miles from Custer State Park, 10 minutes to Crazy Horse, 30 minutes to Mount Rushmore, 30 minutes to Wind Caves National Park, and 15 minutes to Sylvan Lake. It's a quaint park with only a handful of spots - 2 pull-through spots and 5-8 back-ins. The tree cover is super peaceful and you get gorgeous views of the Black Hills granite formations and a lovely meadow where white-tailed deer graze every night and morning. Deer even walk right into the camp! We loved that each site had a fire ring and a dedicated trash can. Only $5 for a huge stack of firewood and $1 for ice. The bathhouse was the best restroom and shower facility I've seen at an RV park. And the owners were so friendly! The only issue we had was the park had a ton of pine trees, making it scary to maneuver our 36' fifth wheel. Other than that, an amazing stay and we would definitely return!

  • Area Guides Avatar Heyjuleshidewey

    Reviewed 4/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $38

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 12

    When we decided last minute to go on a trip to South Dakota, we forgot about Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and realized we may not find a place. The Roost Resort had one spot left, and we should have known when they had to verify if our rig could fit it was going to be a tight squeeze with some advanced maneuverability. This is a small, tra...moreWhen we decided last minute to go on a trip to South Dakota, we forgot about Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and realized we may not find a place. The Roost Resort had one spot left, and we should have known when they had to verify if our rig could fit it was going to be a tight squeeze with some advanced maneuverability. This is a small, tranquil lot, which made it harder to get into slot 12, which was up a slope where you couldn't directly back up into it (since someone was in slot 11), you had to backwards turn into it. It was quite a challenge for us newbies, but it ended up working out. The box/water ended up on the wrong side of our trailer, but everything reached. The view was great! Despite the headache of getting into that spot, we really liked our stay. Because there are only 12 spots, it didn't feel crowded at all. The cell service was really good, and how close this is to Custer, Crazy Horse, Wind Cave and Mt. Rushmore is fantastic. We already want to come back and spend more time in the area, and we would definitely stay here again. Just not in slot 12.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Wanderer
    Very Quiet and Accommodating

    Reviewed 12/6/2019

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 7

    We just stayed at this resort for several days and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very close to all the tourist sites. We had a peaceful site located at the back of the campground. The owners were fantastic. Very easy to talk to and informative. We enjoyed watching the deer in the evening and the bath house was immaculate. I am definitely comi...moreWe just stayed at this resort for several days and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very close to all the tourist sites. We had a peaceful site located at the back of the campground. The owners were fantastic. Very easy to talk to and informative. We enjoyed watching the deer in the evening and the bath house was immaculate. I am definitely coming back and staying here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Big Al
    Cozy, quiet and peaceful location. Close to historic Custer.

    Reviewed 24/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $33

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 11

    We really rested at this location. Our rig is 35 ft so we fit most anywhere (42ft plus may not fit as well, but call the resort and ask them). We chose space 11 even though it only has 30 amp and water (no dump, but there is an easy access dump in the park). The view across the field was teaming with wild turkeys, white tailed deer, ho...moreWe really rested at this location. Our rig is 35 ft so we fit most anywhere (42ft plus may not fit as well, but call the resort and ask them). We chose space 11 even though it only has 30 amp and water (no dump, but there is an easy access dump in the park). The view across the field was teaming with wild turkeys, white tailed deer, horses and Canadian geese. Stunning sunrises and sunsets. Our rate reflected a veteran discount. I gave the site quality a 4 star only because our site was grassy and gravel.

  • Area Guides Avatar ONTHEROADAGAIN.2021
    excellent

    Reviewed 16/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $91

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: cabin7

    Our hosts Tom and Shelah were very accommodating. cabin was clean and very well stocked.Wifi was adequate. an abundance of wildlife around and it was soothing to watch. As a handicapped person, I think it would be nice to have one cabin have a bathroom be handicap accessible. Although our hosts happily provided a chair for the shower. ...moreOur hosts Tom and Shelah were very accommodating. cabin was clean and very well stocked.Wifi was adequate. an abundance of wildlife around and it was soothing to watch. As a handicapped person, I think it would be nice to have one cabin have a bathroom be handicap accessible. Although our hosts happily provided a chair for the shower. The grounds were very well maintained

  • Area Guides Avatar Zamia Ventures
    Truly lovely and relaxing private park in outstanding location

    Reviewed 24/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 7

    We only stayed here one night because of a gap between our reservations at campgrounds within Custer State Park, but we could have stayed here a week and been very happy. The park is a very small private facility with only about a dozen RV sites and a handful of rental cabins, so it is very quiet and uncrowded. The RV area overlooks a ...moreWe only stayed here one night because of a gap between our reservations at campgrounds within Custer State Park, but we could have stayed here a week and been very happy. The park is a very small private facility with only about a dozen RV sites and a handful of rental cabins, so it is very quiet and uncrowded. The RV area overlooks a broad flat field where wildlife frolic, with great views of classic Black Hills granite jutting up in the distance. The RV sites are reminiscent of a state park (gravel, not particularly level, with water and electric service only) and because of the configuration it could be hard to get in or out if all the sites are full. That being said, we only had a few neighbors and it was glorious. We loved the frequent wildlife visits, the utilities worked perfectly, and the bathrooms were immaculate. The location is ideal for visiting Custer State Park (the only better option to camp inside the park itself!), Mount Rushmore, etc., but is also close to the town of Custer for easy access to groceries, gas, and restaurants. The hosts (new owners Tom and Shelah) were incredibly welcoming as well. We loved everything about our (short) stay.

  • Area Guides Avatar MacBeTrippin
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    Reviewed 24/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 2

    I don't understand why this site has the ratings it does. It hardly seemed worth the pricetag. The site was small, and unless you get the premier spots facing the adjacent field to watch the deer in the evening, the sites are underwhelming. I definitely expected something different based on the pictures we saw before we arrived.

  • Area Guides Avatar Deb
    Excellent small campground

    Reviewed 2/10/2017

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 8

    We stayed here three nights while visiting Custer State Park. Small campground and cabins, very well maintained and close to the park and to the town of Custer. Owners couldn't be nicer or more accommodating! We actually changed our return plans to stop here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar cdrambles
    We love the Roost Resort!

    Reviewed 26/6/2016

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    Nightly rate: $34

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 8

    The Roost Resort is a secluded haven just outside the town of Custer. This resort is a small cluster of 12 campsites and cabins run by Frank and Susan, friendly hosts who keep everything clean and well-maintained. Free-range chickens wander the property. It suited us perfectly. We had at most two neighbors, and we enjoyed a very la...moreThe Roost Resort is a secluded haven just outside the town of Custer. This resort is a small cluster of 12 campsites and cabins run by Frank and Susan, friendly hosts who keep everything clean and well-maintained. Free-range chickens wander the property. It suited us perfectly. We had at most two neighbors, and we enjoyed a very laid-back atmosphere. Each evening and morning we watched pronghorn and deer come out to graze in the fields. The Roost Resort was a perfect base for our exploration of Custer State Park, and we’d love to spend more time here.

  • Area Guides Avatar Dave Burns
    A Hidden gem ... quirky, awesome, and perfect for your visit to the Black Hills

    Reviewed 11/7/2015

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    Nightly rate: $34

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 11

    Roost Resort is just outside of Custer and makes a great base for a stay in the Black Hills and everything you would want to do in the area is easily accessible. The resort is a mix of little cabin rentals and water/electric RV sites. Unlike the plethora of other RV parks the immediate area, this park gem. It's very small so you do...moreRoost Resort is just outside of Custer and makes a great base for a stay in the Black Hills and everything you would want to do in the area is easily accessible. The resort is a mix of little cabin rentals and water/electric RV sites. Unlike the plethora of other RV parks the immediate area, this park gem. It's very small so you don't feel like jam packed, the owner is blend of cowboy and hippie, bathrooms & showers are spotless, and when you fill your grey tank, just drain it into the field (as encouraged by the owner). Sites are not level and the park is definitely on the older side, but didn't let these facts keep you away. This place is fantastic. I'd imagine larger Class B or Class A rigs might have issues accessing, but we had no issues our 27' trailer.

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    Reviewed 1/8/2013

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 8

    If you're in the Black Hills and are looking for a quiet private park with views- this is it! Most of the private parks in this very touristy area are large, cramped and noisy. This place is the exact opposite. With only a handful of RV sites, most with only water and electric, this place is not a big attraction for those looking for a...moreIf you're in the Black Hills and are looking for a quiet private park with views- this is it! Most of the private parks in this very touristy area are large, cramped and noisy. This place is the exact opposite. With only a handful of RV sites, most with only water and electric, this place is not a big attraction for those looking for a campground with all the amenities. There is no pool for the kids, or playground, or mini-golf. What there is are nice sites with gorgeous views of the surrounding meadow and hills, very friendly and accommodating owners, and a peaceful atmosphere all for a very reasonable price. As a bonus you also get a wildlife show every morning and evening when the Pronghorn Antelope graze in the nearby field. The Roost Resort is also centrally located near the town of Custer only a short drive from Mt. Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Monument, and tons of hiking in the Custer State Park. We loved this place and enjoyed 6 nights here while exploring the Black Hills.

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