Sleepy Hollow is an RV, tent, and primitive cabin campground in Wall, South Dakota, and it's the perfect place to stay when you're visiting the Black Hills area. The campground is located near the entrance for the Badlands National Park and the Buffalo Gap National Grasslands, so when you're not busy enjoying the amenities at Sleepy Hollow, there are lots of things to do nearby. Your pets are welcome to join you at Sleepy Hollow, and there's even an off-leash dog park in the campground where your dog will have the time of their life!
There are 59 RV sites at Sleepy Hollow, as well as two primitive cabins that sleep four or six people, and tent sites that are either standard or electric. All of the RV sites are pull-through, and you have your choice of 30 or 50-amp, as well as cable, water, electric, and sewer options. RVs run between $36 and $41 per night for a family of four, and each additional child is an extra $2, while additional adults are $3. Cabins have no electricity or water, and guests are required to bring their own bedding and supplies. The four-person cabin costs $45 nightly, and a six-person cabin will run you $65 nightly. Standard tent sites are $22 nightly, while electric tent sites are $24. Each tent site has a fire ring and a grill, and several RV sites have those amenities as well.
If you need to stock up on firewood and other supplies during your stay, there's a small camp store on-site. Sleepy Hollow also has a heated swimming pool, a playground, a horseshoe pit, basketball and volleyball equipment, and clean restrooms with hot showers. But the best part about this furrific campground is its off-leash area for dogs! The dog park is known for being well-maintained and quite spacious, and it also has plenty of seating and some agility equipment. Don't fur-get to bring the waste bags!
Several guests note that mosquitoes are quite active at Sleepy Hollow, so be sure to stock up on bug spray before you visit this pawesome campground!