Sleepy Hollow Campground

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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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In the southwest corner of South Dakota sits the Sleepy Hollow Campground. Whether you’re hoping to immerse yourself in the wonders of South Dakota or this is just a stop on your tour of the wonders of the Midwest, Sleepy Hollow is a great place to stay. When you book an RV in Wall, South Dakota, you can set it up at one of Sleepy Hollow’s many RV sites. You’ll have your choice of electrical/water or full hookup sites with 30/50 amp service.

When you aren’t too busy exploring this fantastic region of South Dakota, you can unwind at your RV site with cable TV and stay up-to-date on all of your favorite shows. The RV park also has campground-wide Wi-Fi so you can stay in contact with ease. Or instead, you can enjoy a quick swim in the heated pool to help shake off any fatigue from the day.

Sleepy Hollow Campground lies between several of South Dakota’s most stunning and breathtaking attractions, giving you and your traveling companions plenty of opportunities to explore. This ideal middle ground will serve as the perfect home base for all of your Great Plains explorations.

The Great Outdoors

Those who want to experience something truly unique can aim the motorhome rental toward Badlands National Park in Wall. These ancient lands have been home to some of the world’s most unique wildlife over many thousands of years. Today, visitors can hope to see bison, bighorn sheep, and even prairie dogs. As you hike over the trails that lead up to the colorful and unique geologic formations, you can feel at one with the world around you. The otherworldly landscape attracts visitors from all over the world, so you are sure to meet plenty of other adventurers during your visit.

Stretching from South Dakota into Wyoming is the one-of-a-kind Black Hills National Forest in Custer, South Dakota. With hundreds of miles of trails to explore, you can travel through grasslands, over mountains, down canyons, and into the depths of forests. With so much to see and explore, you can easily spend your entire vacation in the depths of the Black Hills. You can enjoy scenic drives, travel along the more than 1,000 miles of streams, and immerse yourself in the backcountry trails. There are so many smaller worlds to explore in the Black Hills that you’ll get to explore, you may never want to leave.

Just across the state border into Nebraska is the Oglala National Grassland in Harrison. At just under 100,000 acres of preserved grasslands, you can hike through this authentic American landscape and feel immersed in the Great Plains around you. Within Oglala, you can also head to several historical sites to learn more about the darker days of pioneering history, such as the Battle of Warbonnet Creek. You can also explore prehistoric archaeological sites to learn more about the even earlier civilizations that once inhabited this land. With so many opportunities to learn and explore, the far-stretching Oglala National Grassland is a great day trip when you're motorhome camping at Sleepy Hollow Campground.

Explore the City

For history buffs, an afternoon spent at the Wounded Knee Museum will be an excellent outing. Thanks to the museum’s exhibits, visitors can learn about the history of the Sioux Nation and the various hardships they faced as the pioneers expanded west. The museum works to educate the public on what really happened at Wounded Knee and what happened after.

Wildlife lovers who didn’t get so lucky at one of the national parks can spend the afternoon at Bear Country USA. This drive-through zoo is home to free-wandering bison, elk, black bears, wolves, and so much more. And if you’re lucky, there might even be some baby animals too.

Just over 30 minutes' drive down the road from your campsite at Sleepy Hollow Campground is the South Dakota Air and Space Museum. You can explore the exhibits highlighting the history of aviation, marvel at the more than 30 aircraft on display, and even learn about the space race. The museum hosts a variety of events such as speakers and behind-the-scenes tours that are worth checking out (provided your traveling plans line up).

While you're camping at Sleepy Hollow Campground, you may need to restock and refuel at some point. There are a couple of gas stations and grocery stores in Wall; however, you will find more options farther west along I-90 in Rapid City.

When you spend some time in South Dakota, you can eat like a local. One of the favorite state snacks is chislic, marinated cubes of red meat. While traditionally made of mutton, there are plenty of variations made with beef or venison to sample while you're here.

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