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11321 Gillette Prairie Rd 

Hill City, SD 57745


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Frequently asked Campground questions 

Can I have my dog?

Yes, Service Animals and well-behaved pets with up-to-date shots are welcome at Mt Meadow. Lodging guests pets unfortunately will not be able to stay.  RV/Tent Guests with pets will be charged $5/night or $25/week, whichever is less.


Are there trails around the premise?

Yes, ​Mt Meadow Resort is located on the US Forest Service Trail System with hundreds of miles of trails and unlimited riding opportunities right from the grounds. Motorized Vehicle Trail #6001 & Snowmobile Trail #2 come out ON our property


Are there places to fish and hunt?

Yes, Deerfield Lake is a great no-wake fishing lake with fish including: Rainbow, Brook, and Lake Trout, Splake, and Perch. Mt Meadow offers a variety of bait and tackle for your fishing needs. Hunting seasons start all times of the year, for Elk, Deer, Turkey, Mountain Lion, and more!


What size rig do sites fit?
Sites range from 25' - 50': call for further info, and please mention the size of your rig so we can accomodate you correctly.

Frequently asked Cabin             questions

Are bedding & towels provided?

Yes, each cabin is furnished with bed linens, pillows, bath towels, and kitchen towels. Just bring your clothes & soap!


What is parking space like?

There is enough space for at least one vehicle per cabin to park at the cabin. An additional vehicle or trailer can park in overflow parking, not far from the cabins, at no charge. Each additional vehicle or trailer is $5/night overflow parking. We are happy to work with you on these charges for extended stays and/or frequent use of restaurant, store, and fuel, especially during non-peak times.


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Is there swimming available?

Our campground is located across the road from the Deerfield Lake; Gold Run entrance.  We are located about 5 miles from some great hunting and fishing areas. The lake has a few good areas to swim out from, and can be quite refreshing; it is typically colder than other lakes in the area!