The facility itself is very nice and well kept, with lots of trees for shade, though the dirt road leading to it could use some grading (probably a city problem but be aware it's a rough dirt and gravel road). I felt the owners could have been a bit more welcoming, though, considering they are in the hospitality industry. They acted suspicious and unfriendly, in my opinion, and I didn't appreciate that. I am a middle aged woman who travels a lot in a minivan; I'm not a suspicious character at all. I don't appreciate being treated that way after a long day of driving. I'll give them benefit of the doubt this time, though, maybe they had a tough day too. I might feel crabby too, if I lived in Jamestown, ND. Definitely not my favorite place to travel through, but it's where I ended up on this particular journey.
- Also Known As:
- Jamestown Campground North Dakota