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Featured Campground: Bin 2 Quinn Campground

If you are looking for a rustic getaway, you’ll find it in Bin 2 Quinn Campground located in the heart of Western South Dakota. Boasting a great country setting on a family-owned cattle ranch, this campground offers numerous amenities and activities to enhance your family’s country camping experience. Fishing, paddle boating, horseshoes and corn hole are a few of the onsite activities that will provide your family with hours of fun. Guests hoping for a quiet respite while enjoying the beautiful foothills of the Black Hills and the serenity of the Tennyson dam connected to the campground will find it here.

An interesting feature you will love is staying in a cabin constructed from an old grain bin, this senior project for their son, resulted in a unique, cozy glamping oasis! A second grain bin is currently in the works, promising to be yet another unique cabin haven. Looking for a one-of-a-kind “Binzebo”? Yes, as you may expect, this is a grain bin that is now a gazebo, complete with comfortable seating that encircles a propane fire pit. Gather your friends and family for hotdogs and smores that will create lasting memories your family will treasure for a lifetime. 

Nearby Tennyson Dam offers opportunities for fishing, kayaking, and watching gorgeous South Dakota sunsets. The clear night sky is perfect for stargazing and catching glimpses of the Great Northern Lights, and within a short 1-mile drive, the town of Quinn is home to the Badlands Observatory to soak in the beauty of the world-renowned Badlands and its unending skies. Just an hours drive will take you to Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse and multiple other attractions in the Black Hills. 

Another great feature of Bin 2 Quinn Campground is that it is conveniently located six miles from the well-known Wall Drug, South Dakota, a popular tourist destination featuring food, shopping, and activities for the whole family. Badlands Saloon and Grille and Salty Steer are two nearby favorite stops that will satisfy your appetite for incredible South Dakota food and drink.

A short 15 minute drive from the campground is Badlands National Park where you will find dramatic landscapes that span layered rock formations and steep canyons. Bison, bighorn sheep and prairie dogs roam freely within the park. History buffs can visit Minuteman Missile National Historic Site which encompasses the field that housed missiles from 1963 to the early 1990s. The stunning Black Hills National Forest is easily accessible via I-90.

Dawn, the owner, extends a warm invitation for visitors to unwind, relax, and savor the simple joys of life at Bin 2 Quinn Campground. Book your stay soon, as this campground stays filled much of the time! 

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