$28 overnight but with National Park yearly pass it costs us $14. There’s a lake (Bismark Lake) within the campground. And to the south is a bigger lake called Stockade Lake. It seems to be the quieter side of Custer. It’s just by the West Entrance of the park. Six first-come first-serve sites.
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As described, beautiful very large and private campground. At this time there are only 5 sites available. Check in/out is 2 PM. It’s only $10 a night with same clean and equipped pit toilets and water. Pretty hike around the lake. We have T-Mobile giving us 2 bars & LTE. Enough to make this post and watch videos.Report Check-In
Great quiet campground spots are level it's our level and good Verizon. It's $28 a night 14 with America the beautiful pass. Very clean pit toilets and potable water and trash.Report Check-In
Great place 6 1st come to 1st serve Spots. No electricity, but water, trash, comma and pit toilet. fee is $28 a night. 14 w America rhe Beautiful pass. lake and boatramp. Rest of sites closes October 3rd when hosts leave. gate across road to reserved sites close Oct. 3. very clean.Report Check-In
Starting 5/18 you need a reservation, Price is now $28 for full price but with the America the beautiful pass it’s half off at $14. Host was nice and everything seemed kept up.Report Check-In
Great place to stay! With America’s pass it’s half price. Clean pit toilets, water available, campground host and very quietReport Check-In