We made short notice request (less than 24 hrs) for an overnight stop. Hosts responded within a few hours and welcomed us to stay with them the next day. Fantastic communication the following day. We arrived last in the evening just after sunset. Darrell meet us and we chatted briefly. We were tired and he gave us directions into town to a great place to eat. When we returned it was straight to bed. Slept great and well rested the next morning. Their RV sites back up to the river. Easy in/easy out to interstate. Candice met up with use before we left. You could not ask for better hosts. True RVers. We hope to stop by again next year.
Site Has Available:
Available when we are home in the spring through fall. Most Holiday Weekends our sites are filled. Send us a message to see if we have a spot that will work for you.
Access Road Conditions
Easy access; located on an oil road; approx 7 1/2 miles west of I-29.
Our location has 2 full hook-up and 2 electric-only campsites located on it. We use these sites for our family and friends to come and visit. Rural setting. Our site overlooks the Vermillion River and our own farmland. We have a farm dog who runs free; is very friendly but does not like cats.
Suggested Local Attractions
Approximately 35 miles SW of Sioux Falls, SD and 45 miles NE of Yankton, SD.
In A Few Words...
A Little More Detail
Darrell and Candice farm in SE South Dakota. Darrell is 63 and Candice is 59. We've been married 40 years. Our children are grown and we enjoy spending time with them and our grandchildren. We love traveling in our motorhome, meeting and visiting with new people. We like to travel south in winter to the Texas and Arizona area. We like to ride our Polaris RZR, do some kayaking, attend NASCAR races and make new friends along the way.
Favorite Boondocking Locations
Just getting started with our boondocking adventures. We've boondocked at Quartzsite, near Yuma and at Glamis, CA.
Our dog, Star, who is a yellow lab/golden retriever cross, is everyone's best friend. Unfortunately, she doesn't travel well so she stays home to be the greeter when we travel.