Belvidere East / Exit 170 Koa

Midland, South Dakota

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No trains, no planes! Easy off, easy on, only 1/2 mile north off I-90, Exit 170. Big rig friendly, all the RV Sites are long pull thrus with free cable TV and Wi-Fi. Don't feel like cooking? During the summer months, join KOA in the restaurant. There's also a fenced-in area where your dogs can exercise. While en route to Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park or Devils Tower, this KOA is the best stop for exploring the re-created 1880 Town before visiting the Badlands and the famous Wall Drug Store. Birders can look for their favorite feathered friends, along with deer, coyotes and plenty of other wildlife. A large solar-heated pool, playground, bike rentals and game room keep kids happy. This is a gated camp-ground. Please arrive before 10 p.m. MST or arrange a late arrival in advance. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 90 feet. Your hosts: Greg & Betty.

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