Exceptional Experiences to Satisfy Everyone!
Half of your Deposit is due at time of reservation for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Eagles Landing Campground is not responsible for damages, theft, injury, loss by accident, fire or the act of God to property, person or guest
Pets must be on leashes at all times for the protection of your animal, others and ours. Please cleanup promptly after your dog and dispose in one of our dumpsters. No body likes stepping in a pile of poo so please clean up after your dog to help keep our property clean and enjoyable.
Eagles Landing Campground has the right to refuse service to anyone. Any person or pet presenting unacceptable behavior will be asked to leave the campground immediately.
There is NO Smoking in any of our cabins, you may smoke outside on the porches. Please dispose of your cigarettes'
Bear Country USA
Have you ever seen a bear up close and personal? If you haven’t then you need to go check out Bear Country! Bear Country is home of the largest collection of privately owned black bears. Sitting on 200 acres, drive your vehicle through an arrangement of enclosures featuring wolves, elk, cougars, reindeer, deer, bobcats, bison, dall sheep and more!
Distance: Located 39.0 miles away near Rapid City.
Bear Butte State Park
Located just north of Sturgis, Bear Butte is just a short ride away from the campground. Bear Butte is one of the few igneous intrusions formed millions of years ago here in the Black Hills. It is a sacred place to many American Tribes and they visit here to hold religious ceremonies. Please be respectful of those who are here to worship as well as hold religious practices, when you are there for any activity.
Distance: 10.2 miles
Crazy Horse Memorial
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Custer State Park
Full of granite peaks, crystal clear waters and home to one of the largest bison herds, Custer State Park is a must see area with plenty of activities. Take a trip via the Needles Highway for a gorgeous ride through the Black hills.
Distance: 68 miles
Started in 1935 as a small collection of reptiles, the Reptile Gardens has grown into one of the largest zoos in the world specializing in reptiles! It is also one of the largest area attractions here in the Black Hills. Don’t forget to take your camera! There are some gorgeous botanicals throughout the zoo.
Distance: 37.7 miles