About Little Mo Campground
Know before you go!
The Little Missouri Bay is a ‘backfill bay’ of Lake Sakakawea and lake levels must rise in order for water to fill the Bay. Please be advised that Lake levels must rise to 1835’ in order for the low water boat ramp to be accessible. You can find the current daily lake levels at: https://www.nwd-mr.usace.army.mil/rcc/current.html
***Please note*** Dimensions listed on each site is that of the RV pad only. RV sites offer picnic space and space for vehicle parking. The Dunn County Park Board utilizes PayPal as a pay portal for your reservation. PayPal will allow you to pay as a guest once you have entered their site.
You will be directed to 'pay as a guest' if you do not have a PayPal account.
The Little Mo Campground is a quiet oasis that is located in the Little Missouri Arm Recreation Area on Lake Sakakawea just 15 miles North of Dunn Center and is a great place for year-round activities. With a fishing license, Walleye, Northern Pike, Small Bass, Catfish, and White Bass can be caught. Several mowed walking trails exist.
Dunn County Park Board opens the Little Mo Campground in May (weather permitting) and offers its facilities until late September. The campground will be staffed and maintained from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Water and power will be turned off the week of September 25 and the campground will close September 30.
Little Mo campground offers paved road access to 30 campsites, with 30/50 power and non-potable water, 4 primitive tent sites a fish cleaning station, docks, a picnic area, picnic tables, fire rings, and trash receptacles. If you wish to have a campfire in the firepit, you MUST bring in your own firewood. Wood cannot be gathered on-site.
Copy and paste the following link for a better understanding of the 2022 Dunn County Burn Ban.
According to the Dunn County Burn Ban, when the fire danger is Low or Moderate, a recreational campfire can be burned in the fire rings.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL CAMPFIRES BE ALLOWED UNDER A COUNTY-WIDE BURN BAN, when the fire danger is High, Very High, or Extreme, and/or there is a Red Flag Warning.
Please see the information board at the camp host office, for burn ban updates. If you still have questions about the conditions or local fire danger contact the Dunn County Park Board.
Also note, Lake levels fluctuate, therefore you may have limited access to Lake Sakakawea.
Weekends - Friday, Saturday and Sunday $20 per day
Weekdays - Monday through Thursday $15 per day
Weekly Rate $120 per week
Cancellation Policy: A fee of $5.00 per reservation, for canceling, and if cancellation is less than 2 days 50% plus $5.00 will be incurred.