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Old 05-24-2019, 11:22 PM   #1
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Camping along Missouri River

No firm plans yet but sometimes in September we will travel from the Black Hills/SD to Minnesota. Somewhere along the way I would like to stay a few days in a nice RV park with direct access to the Missouri River suitable for canoeing.

Any recommendations for good camp grounds?

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American Creek

https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/255134

havenít been to either but both look really nice.
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No firm plans yet but sometimes in September we will travel from the Black Hills/SD to Minnesota. Somewhere along the way I would like to stay a few days in a nice RV park with direct access to the Missouri River suitable for canoeing.

Any recommendations for good camp grounds?

Thanks, JB

Even though the Black Hills is pretty far north, pay close attention to the weather reports if you want to camp near the river. There has been a LOT of flooding on all the major river systems in the Midwest this year.
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By September (when the OP will be there), flooding will not be likely.



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Thanks for the link to the campground. That looks really promising!
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Although not a RV park, there's this. Good Luck
https://travel.campsd.com/campground...-Area/Overview
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American Creek

https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/255134

havenít been to either but both look really nice.
I have stayed at Left Tailrace COE campground. It is in the middle of the river, below the Big Bend Dam. You drive part way across the dam then down the back side to the campground. It has a protected marina area and boat ramp, and is quite nice. Beautiful area. Similar campgrounds are found below several of the Missouri River dams. Across the river from American Creek is the Arrowwood Cedar Shore Campground which is part of a resort.

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