Homme Dam Campground will be alerted immediately and will approve your reservation after checking availability.
We are open May 1st through the end of November, weather permitting!
Located in Park River, North Dakota, Homme Dam Campground is nestled in a peaceful, quiet place right in the middle of the prairie where one can enjoy all that nature has to offer. The park features full 30/50 amp sites along with tent sites for those seeking more traditional camping. Amenities at the park include modern restrooms with hot showers, swimming area, beach near the dam, playground, picnic areas and more. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to welcome you soon!
Open Dates: May 1 to November 30
If you need anything else during your stay, you can chat us through your RoverPass reservation.
2 vehicles are allowed per site. At an RV Site, this includes the RV and Tow Vehicle. At a Tent Site, 2 cars are allowed.
There is a maximum of 2 pets allowed per site. Pets must be kept on a leash and cleaned up after. No pets are to be left tied outside or unattended at any time. No dangerous animals will be tolerated.
Back-in RV Sites
Fire Ring / Grill
Army Corps Engineers
Walsh County was always 100% committed to paying for the window. The County's insurance carrier denied the claim and the campers assummed we would not cover the cost. We reached out to the campers after we were made aware our insurance carrier would not cover the window and are paying the campers for the window.
Thank you so much Robert for your wonderful review and so glad you enjoy Homme, its been a wonderful new beginning for us and we like to hear how everyone's stay was. Homme is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy and our goal is to have every response as nice as yours. Thank you so much Susanne Manager of Homme Dam.
Thank you Ryan, I'm so glad you enjoyed it and hope to see you throughout the season!!
Dear Robin, my sincere apologies your weekend was upsetting! This winter was a hard one here at Homme and the flag poles suffered damage that was not able to be repaired until the ground dried and we could get the boom truck out to fix the problem, the snow melt and then the rain kept this repair from being done. It was bad judgment on my part for not informing our guests as to why the flags were not up, as far as a flag being in the garbage can I can assure you this did not happen, however I can understand why you may have thought this. We had to leave the park that afternoon to go to Minnesota, our helper was here and had taken a flag that is designed to be placed on a building, it was placed it on the box by the shed however it was not anchored down and the wind blew it down causing it to fall into one of the green baskets beside the shed, it was put back and affixed to the box. The green baskets by the shed are not trash receptacles as is the case through out the park, they are just the shells that fit around the trash cans. Being a veteran who served over 10 years in the military I can assure you that my patriotism and love of my country runs deep, if I were to be called to serve today there would be no hesitation. This being my first year here has been a learning experience and work in progress to learn and get a routine in place, with having only myself and a part time hired help who was only here during the weekend we were doing the best we could, my husband was not feeling well and was not able to lend a hand. I now have 2 other helpers who are here on the weekends and this has been a great help!! I hope you will continue to visit Homme, we take great pride in the park and want everyone to leave feeling that they can't wait to come back. Once again my sincere apologies. Susanne Blair Walsh County Park and Recreation Manager of Homme Dam.
We loved having you!!!
Thanks for the great review glad you had a nice time and hope to see more of you this summer.
I am so glad you enjoyed your stay and look forward to seeing you more this summer. "HAPPY CAMPING'