We spent a week at the Game Lodge campground a couple of weeks ago. Great location for touring the area. It's located close to Iron Mountain Road, Needles Highway, Keystone/Mount Rushmore, Custer, Wind Cave park and a short trip to Hot Springs. The campground itself is very nicely kept. It has two comfort stations with free hot water showers. While we didn't use it, DW said there's a laundramat on site as well. There's a nice playground area on one end. On the other is an old barn converted to a theatre where they had free programs nightly. Highway 16 runs along one side, altho not close enough to be annoying. The other side is a bluff with a nice little creek running next to it. They claim a swimming area with a beach but that's a little bit of a stretch. It's a nice pond with a sandy area about the same size as your average popup. While we were there a family of Canadian Geese were nesting at the pond. It was peaceful watching them, but I don't expect they'd have felt the same about us trying to swim with their baby. Perhaps that would work better later in the year. The row of sites nearest the highway are full sun or close to it. The back row is where you want to be. It's the opposite back there with lots of shade. It's a very pop-up friendly campground. Most of our week the back row was full of pop-ups like us with tents on the other side of the row. Getting a reservation could be the roughest part of being there. I don't know if the SD P&R websites have been updated yet, but there were signs in the comfort stations announcing you could now book a year in advance of the date you wish to stay vs the 90 days it had been. (Now July 4th 2015 becomes available for booking the morning of July 4th this year). We booked for the same timeframe next year and there were few spots left available. We had to adjust our planned days a little and were lucky to get our second choice site. It's definitely worth checking into if you're going to spend a little time in the Black Hills. We can't wait to get back.