We are committed to providing our guests with a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable stay while they explore the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you Open?
Yes! We are open and we are taking reservations. You can make reservations online or by calling (605) 255-5460.
What precautions are you taking to keep your guests safe?
We take the safety of our guests very seriously. Our communal areas — like the Events Center, Office, Camp Store, bathrooms, showers, and laundry rooms — are cleaned and disinfected regularly, and well-stocked with soap and hand sanitizer. We ask that our guests follow all CDC recommendations for maintaining distance from employees and other guests, wearing face coverings when appropriate, and avoiding people if they are sick.
Are stores, restaurants and attractions in the area open?
For the most part, yes. There are no statewide closure orders, and all local closure orders have expired. However, it is up to the businesses themselves whether not they want to be open. Most businesses post COVID-19 status updates to their Facebook pages, so this is a good place to search for current information, and if in doubt, you can always call the businesses directly.
Where can I find specific information about COVID-19 for local communities?
The Black Hills is a patchwork of cities. It’s part of what makes this such a magical place. Unfortunately, that means that the response to COVID 19 is somewhat of a patchwork As well. Here are some links to COVID-19 information from area cities:
Custer – https://www.custersd.com//blog/Current-Closures/
Hot Springs – https://www.hotsprings-sd.com/covid/
Spearfish – https://spearfishchamber.org/covid-19-community-updates/
Wall – https://www.wall-badlands.com/closures
Hill City – https://www.hillcitysd.com/city-government/coronavirus-information/
Rapid City – https://www.rcgov.org/departments/mayor-s-office-city-council/covid-19-updates/covid-19-updates-7838.html
Deawood – https://www.cityofdeadwood.com
What do I do if I get sick with covid-19 while I am staying at your park?
First off, if you are sick and believe you might have COVID-19 you need to stay in your trailer. Do not enter community spaces or the office. Call our office at (605) 255-5460 and we will help direct you to appropriate healthcare resources in the area for testing and treatment. We can also make arrangements to have your propane refilled and have food and beverages from our Camp Store safely left on your doorstep so you can get what you need without coming in direct contact with staff or other guests. We are here to help, but we need to do so in a way that keeps our employees and other guests safe.