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Recommended RV campsite in the Black Hills

Our family of 3 adults is taking a 29' Sunseeker RV out to the Black Hills from Sept 3-10th this year. This is our first time doing this, so we will be renting the RV and have it picked out.

Main Question:

We are finding ourselves overwhelmed at all of the campsites available in the Black Hills area. We are needing hook up to electric and water. We want nice scenery, a place to fish preferably on site, and a quiet area but not necessarily remote. Any suggestions?

We like Custer State Park and the surrounding areas to that for camping locations. So far the one we are looking at that we like the best is Sylvan Lake Campgrounds. Any suggestions, affirmation, cautions, etc would be much appreciated.

We have done a fair amount of research on this trip so far, but if anyone has a tip for a family of "rookie" RV campers, we are all ears.

Thanks! I love this forum. So many helpful people out there.

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