I-90 Exit 12 on to Jackson Blvd. turn left on Canyon St. South 10 blocks and cross the bridge. Full hookups and tent sites along Spearfish Creek. All level site, most with shade. Police patrolled. Within walking distance of downtown, City Park and D.C. Booth Historic Fish Hatchery.
Voted Trip Advisor 2013, #1 value in Rapid City! Overlooking Rapid City on picturesque Skyline Drive above Mount Rushmore Road/Hwy 16. Hot tub under the stars. 100-mile view of city, plains and Badlands. In the city but in the woods! Affordable rates, free continental breakfast, Wi-Fi, AAA approved.
Rapid City's premier downtown lodging destination in the heart of the dining & shopping district. Newly renovated guest rooms, locally inspired foods, sustainable initiatives, complimentary services including full breakfast buffet & Wi-Fi.
71,000 acres of outdoor adventure including 8 campgrounds with 350 individual sites & 50 camper cabins tucked away in the pines, along streams or near mountain lakes. Some with electricity. Horse camp. See buffalo herds & other wildlife.
Centrally located to shopping, dining, and attractions, all knotty pine rooms have private baths, off-street parking & free WiFi. Continental breakfast included, Memorial Day to Labor Day. Book online at www.harneypeakinn.com using promo code SDTRAVEL for discount. Join us at the outdoor fireplace on the patio.
Choose from numerous breakfast choices served throughout the morning. Private baths, jetted tubs, paved, AC, country property. Only 16 miles to Rushmore, within 1-45 miles of all BH attractions, highly rated on Trip Advisor!
Perfectly located just outside of Lead and historic Deadwood, the ideal vacation spot for family, outdoorsman or group/small event. Offering cabins, kitchenettes, standard rooms, gasoline, full hookup RV sites and tend sites, all with immediate access to the Mickelson Trail and snowmobile trails. Free wireless access, hot tubs, event tent, clean rooms and friendly service.
Ten Favorite Free Things to Do in the Black Hills (or very nearly free anyways)
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Traveling with families, some sort of budget is ever present, it has to be with so many mouths to feed and potential gift store purchases because its one for all, whatever that one may be. Vacation costs can become exponentially out of control if its not at least floating in the sub-conscious of one of the the controlling parties. That’s the nature of the game but certainly never one that should prevent travel and quality time together.