We went camping at Broken Arrow for 7 days beginning on 8/4. I knew this was one of the worst times to go out to the Black Hills because of the Sturgis Rally, but I had no choice because that was the only time my son and daughter had available to go. Traffic was bad going there and worse coming home. Heading there, the brakeline on my truck sprang a leak. We called the campground and they were able to give us safer directions to get there since we had little braking power. They were also able to refer us to a good place to get our truck fixed in Custer (Leo's) who fixed our truck promptly and charged reasonably. As this was rally week, I was afraid the campground would be noisy and overrun with motorcycles. Although there were a number of motorcycles there, this camp was absolutely the most quiet campground that I have ever stayed in. We just rode the trails that you could get to from camp and this kept us busy for six days. You just walk out of camp and you are immediately on the trails in the National Forest. The first day, Sue (owner) took us out and showed us around on a 2 1/2 hour ride. She offered to take us out again, but we figured with the maps they supplied, we would be able to find our way. Trails were varied in terms of difficulty and how rocky they were. I would definitely recommend shoes, although we had a pony along who went barefoot and rode over 6 hours one day without becoming tender. Usually, there is more than one trail to a destination, so you can make the ride easier or more challenging depending on the route you take. This was nice, because we had my daughter in law along and when she went out we could go on less strenuous trails. Horse stalls were covered and safe. Campground was clean and well cared for. Showers and restrooms were clean and decorated with neat western artwork. More than enough trails right out of camp to keep you busy for a week. Owners were friendly and very helpful. Lots of the sites are close together, but we had two primitive sites and they were roomy enough. There were not a lot of horses there (probably because horse riders avoid rally time) but even though there were a million motorcyclists on the roads,once we were in the campground or on the trails we never even noticed them. This was a great place to stay and to ride.