Here at No Name City Luxury Cabins & RV, LLC. we try to make your stay as relaxing as possible! We have an excellent variety of cabins to accommodate your every need! We supply bedding and towels at the beginning of your stay but there is no maid/towel services. We do not supply toiletries. Our bedding and towels are sent out to be professionally laundered. All of our cabins are fully furnished with dorm fridge, microwave, coffee pot, cable tv, internet and A/C! All the necessities of today's \"camping\""!"
We offer you a 50 acre RV Park and Campground. Cold beer available. Big rigs welcome-large pull thrus and slideout friendly. We do not over book our campground so you can keep all your stuff at your camp site. This is your week at Sturgis so make it a good one at Katmandu. Restrooms & showers are kept clean 24 hours. If you are looking for a very nice place to camp and get some sleep, give us a call. For those who like to party and stay up all night please try another campground.
One of the oldest campgrounds in Sturgis, just 4 1/2 miles from Sturgis - a biker paradise of majestic shade trees with music, beer and fun times in our old historic bar with a big outdoor dancefloor and great band every night,where you can dance under the stars.We have laundry facilities, bike wash station, big general store, restaurant with good food, tattoo parlor with excellent tattoo artists.
Established in 1998, we have been hell bent on building THE PLACE TO CAMP AT THE RALLY. We are on the quiet side of campgrounds yet close to everything. We have all the amenities you need to make the Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally an Enjoyable Experience.
Bulldog Creek Campground is just 5 miles outside of Sturgis, SD. We are at exit 37 on Interstate 90 with very easy access on and off of I-90. We have 170 camper hookups including 50 amp 30 amp water and sewer. We also have tent sights for the Rally.
1The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is the largest motorcycle rally in the world. It is held annually in
The Black Hills and in Sturgis, South Dakota for 10 days during the first week of August. It was
started by local Indian dealer Pappy Hoel in 1938. Since its beginning, private area businesses
throwing events such as races, concerts, and rides have made, and continue to make, the Sturgis
Rally what it is today. 2022 will mark the 82nd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.