Spend The Night Under A Teepee At Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort In South Dakota

We have said it before and we will say it again: If you love to camp and be outdoors, there is no better place to be than South Dakota! If you are a SoDak native and an avid camper, there is a good chance that you have already camped at many of our gorgeous campgrounds, so what is next? While you can always revisit your favorite campsite, we recommend spending the night under a teepee at the Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort.

This unique camping resort in South Dakota is a fun way to spend a warm summer weekend. Have you stayed in a teepee at the Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort? Or do you have another camping preference? Let us know in the comments!

If you prefer something even more glamorous than a teepee, check out this South Dakota glampground that was just named one of the best in America.

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Address: Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort, 245 Centennial Dr, Custer, SD 57730, USA
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If all you've ever done is a little tent or RV camping, you are in for a treat at these South Dakota campgrounds. Check out these unique campgrounds in South Dakota for your next weekend getaway:

  • Jellystone Park, Brandon, SD: Jellystone Park has been an iconic campground for as long as we can remember. As quite possibly the first resort-style campground, there is so much more to do here than just camp. From the swimming pool, mini-golf, giant jumping pillow, multiple playgrounds, and even laser tag, you will never be bored. And then you've got Yogi Bear and his crew making your stay memorable and jolly.
  • Rush No More Campground, Sturgis, SD: You gotta love a campground that likes to have fun with its name and Rush No More lives up to its playful name by offering you a few extras to your camping trip. This 80-acre campground surrounded by the Black Hills has a swimming pool to cool off in on a hot summer day and Presidential Spa cabins with a private hot tub. You will also be treated to live music every Wednesday as local artists have a little jam session on-site. You can grab a snack and a beer at the Beer Garden as they jam away.
  • Firehouse Campground, Hill City, SD: What could be better than a campsite with its own winery and brewery? Can you imagine a more chill camping experience? An evening by the fire with a bottle of something special to warm you from the inside out, perhaps? The tasting room even has sandwiches, burgers, cheese boards, and some scrumptious desserts to go with it. Grab a brew and hit the on-site fishing hole to catch some dinner or just have fun relaxing by the pond.