Frequently Asked Questions

Do you allow pets?

You bet, as long as you treat your neighbor the way you want to be treated (no smelly surprises in the middle of the night). » read more

Can I ship in gear?

You can ship using UPS and FedEx. There will be a $10 handling fee and you can pick your gear up at the main gate. » read more

How's the security at Glencoe?

It's great! We have twenty-four hour roving security guards, and so far (knock on chrome) there has not been a problem with theft or vandalism. » read more

Can I have visitors at my campsite?

We do allow visitors at the following rate $20 for 8 hours PLUS valid driver's license. » read more

Can I reserve a specific RV site?

If you were here last year, you have first choice on your same RV site, if you notify us by January 1. » read more

What can I put on my RV site?

That 25' x 75' lot is basically your little piece of South Dakota for two weeks, so, you can park just about anything there...vehicles, tents, campers, trailers, etc. » read more

Can I reserve a specific camping site?

Camp sites are first come, first served, so if you have a specific spot you want, you'll have to get here early. We don't limit the size of your site, however, you can't use barricades or tape to mark your territory. » read more

What can I put on my camping site?

You have lots of room, so make yourself at home. In general camping, you can park trailers and vehicles next to your tent. The 'motorcycle only' area is for tents and motorcycles, you can take your vehicles and trailers to the overflow parking lot. » read more

Can we camp at Glencoe the other 50 weeks of the year?

Currently, Glencoe is open to individual camping only during SturgisFest. The campground is available to large groups (youth camps, RV clubs, etc.) when coordinated in advance. » read more

Can I have a campfire or bonfire?

Nope, Meade County has passed a permanent 'open burning' ordinance - no open flames. This means no campfires, no bonfires, no open fire pits. You can bring camp stoves and lanterns. » read more

Do you allow children to camp at Glencoe?

Grudgingly, we do allow children; however, remember that this is adult entertainment and the other campers don’t want to be around your kids. It’s honestly better to bring your kids to the Black Hills some other time of the year when the atmosphere is more family-friendly. » read more

Do you have a daily rate?

Admission to Glencoe CampResort covers two weeks, no matter how many days you stay. » read more

Map of Glencoe Campground

Below is a map of the massive Glencoe Campground and Glencoe CampResort, in Sturgis, South Dakota.  As you can see, Glencoe has the best location, easy access, and the convinences you need to make your stay during the Sturgis Rally, the very best it can be. Join us for the Sturgis Rally and see all Glencoe has to offer. » read more
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