About Big Rig RV Park Campground

Wouldn't you like to stay at the best RV Park during the Sturgis Motorycycle Rally?

Why Stay With Us?

The Best Views in Sturgis

Our park rests on top of a hill west of Sturgis which has stunning views of Sturgis and the Black Hills. Simply put, we have the best views in Sturgis.

A Quiet RV Park

After a long hard day of riding, you can rest assured that you will get a great night's sleep in our quiet park.

Close to Downtown Sturgis

Big Rig RV Park Campground is close to downtown Sturgis, only a short two mile drive to legendary main street.

Testimonials

As one of the first people to stay in your RV Park in 2000 and most years since I can honestly say you all go way over the top to make us all feel welcome. Your service and hospitality is what makes you a success. The facility and grounds are awesome, location is great with little to no traffic to downtown. The addition of Da Bus service really makes it handy as well. You can count on us every year at Sturgis until I am unable to ride anymore.

Sincerely, Roger & Rhonda Brown

Big Rig has been our home away from home since 2004. Every year it is like a family reunion and our family from CA, CO, TN, KS, NM, NH and OK all gather together with your family. We have peace, quiet and a gorgeous view. What more could one ask for. Thank you for letting us be a part of your South Dakota family every year. We always look forward to seeing you again.

Danny and Carla, Oklahoma (aka the other NE)

I've been coming to Sturgis every year since 2001 and staying in Big Rig RV Park since 2003. What I like about the place is the location. It's a short ride to down town using the back streets that have little or no traffic. All of the main locations in Sturgis are easy to get from this location.

Sincerely, Bill

A bit about Big Rig RV Park Campground...

A clean, secluded, family owned and operated RV Park perched on a hilltop overlooking Sturgis, I-90 and the Fairgrounds.

We are located on the West side Sturgis and I-90 next to the Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Track. The park is located approximately 2 miles from the legendary Sturgis Main Street.

Very Easy Access - very little traffic congestion getting to the action on the Sturgis Main Street. Easy access in and out of Sturgis to I-90, Boulder Canyon, Vanocker Canyon and the attractions of the Black Hills. Grocery store and gas stations are less than 3 minutes from the Park.

 

Come for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and enjoy a short drive to the Jackpine Gypsies Clubhouse to enjoy watching the motocross, short track, and the grueling hill climb, we are located next to them.

A bit about the Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club...

This is how the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally got started.

Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club started in 1936, with an official American Motorcycle Association (AMA) charter in 1937. AMA began promoting our racing events; which started the rally in Sturgis on August 14, 1938. That weekend celebration in 1938 had a lineup of only nine racers and a small audience watching the races.

The average age for a motorcycle club is three years, and after 62 years, this club is still running strong. The club owns all the property on which most of our club activities take place. There is approximately 40 acres adjacent to Interstate 90 between Exit 30 and Exit 32, the busiest section of Interstate 90 during the Sturgis Rally. Our lighted short track, motocross track, field meet area, hillclimb area, clubhouse, office and our state approved concession business are located on these grounds.

The short track at the Jackpine Gypsies club grounds was first used in 1963. Since that debut race, many improvements have been made. The racetrack is now wider, it has permanent seating, the lighting system has been improved, there is an announcer, a sign up building and a clubhouse, where the concession business is located. The club holds races every other weekend and a full week of races during the rally. A motocross track was added on in the 1980's and then in 1996 a new track was built. The sport of motocross is beginning to grow again, in fact, in 1998; they held five motocross races, which attracted over 500 racers.