Badlands / White River KOA
Badlands / White River KOA is a campground located in Interior. The Badlands / White River KOA (2007 Founder's Award winner, 2008 President's Award winner) lies just 4 miles from Badlands National Park, where tabletop buttes and craggy bluffs rise from the nation's largest protected mixed-grass prairie. This awe-inspiring landscape features a rich fossil bed and trails ranging from easy strolls to strenuous hikes. Car tours, biking and ranger programs offer ways to savor this natural wonder. A trip through the Badlands National Park to Wall Drug offers spectacular scenery, great hikes and ends with a 5 cent cup of coffee at the famous Wall Drug. This KOA is in a quiet, rural setting with large shade trees beside the White River. You won't hear planes, trains or freeway traffic-just blissful peace and quiet. The campground's camping cabins and cottages, large pool, mini golf, fun-bikes, cable TV, daily summer pancake breakfasts, Indian tacos and free wireless Internet are tops with guests.
Nearby restaurants include Cowboy Corner, Horseshoe Bar And Grill, Wagon Wheel Bar & Grill, and Cedar Pass Lodge Cafe.
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