Bismark Lake Campground reviews
Actually I am talking about the Bismarck lake, not the campground, the lake there is quite good, in good weather, you can see the reflection of the sky on the lake, quite beautiful, and there is a... more »
Most of the campsites have some seclusion to them you won't find at the neighboring campsites at stockade lake. Water and toilets available. Firewood available for sale. A little pricey at $26... more »
Beautiful! Lots of trees, lake nearby for fishing and hiking, no beach which suits me. Osprey, herons, lots of birds. Great rocks for scrambling on. Helpful hosts, sites are well laid out with lots of room to give an outdoors experience rather than a campground experience. No hook ups, pit toilets, potable water spigot. Just the basics, easy access, surprisingly good cell service. Peaceful and beautiful.
Stayed in this campground on a whim during a roadtrip through the Black Hills. Loved it so much we stayed for 3 nights. The sites are spaced far enough apart to have privacy and they’re all heavily wooded and shaded.
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