Sheyenne Oaks RV Park Leonard
Where is it at?
Sheyenne Oaks RV Park
6050 County Road 23
Sheyenne National Grassland
Tel: 701 361-8566
Where are we going today?
Sheyenne Oaks RV Park knows that if you want to have some time away with the family, you might want the WHOLE family, so why not! They welcome not only us 2 legged humans, but also dogs, cats, horses...like we said, the WHOLE family!
The park has 20 full hook up sites (with 20/30/50 amp) as well as a number of primitive sites.
Every site has a picnic table and a fire ring, so you cook until your heart's content and eat it out under the stars!
If you don't have an RV but want the experience, then no problem! They have two cabins, a house and even a tipi (pretty neat idea!). Of course, for those 4 legged horse friends of yours there are about 100 horse corrals - so they will be well looked after too!
They supply hay for $5 a barrel, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.
At the center of the park you will find a shower house with individual bathrooms, and a laundry with a coin operated washer and dryer. Oh yes, don't worry - there is free wifi so you can upload all the photos of your incredible time to Facebook as you like!
For those emergencies they have those all important items to hand, from ice, manure forks, hats, shirts and sell wood (although you are welcome to bring your own certified wood)
The surrounding area is a nature loving family's dream! There is plenty of incredible space to get out walking, and riding your horses, and there is a beautiful river where you can swim, and kayak.
They also occasionally hold fun evens like the Pork Roast and Pony Race, so keep an eye out on what is happening when you book so you can be a part of the fun!
What is there to do?
Horse enthusiasts won't be short of things to do! The Sheyenne National Grasslands of North Dakota also offer hiking, biking, horse riding, and heaps of wildlife spotting opportunities. There are also a great range of kids museums nearby, and in Fargo (about 45 miles away)
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $20 (primitive site) - $30 / day
- Tents $10 / day
Facilities on site
Convenience items that you may have forgotten, as well as picnic sites and ring rings at each site, as well as showers and restrooms.
When can we go?
May 1st to October 31st
You may want to bring your own grill or cooking rack. .