Located inside Badlands National Park with spectacular night skies and views of the Badlands, providing RV/electrical sites with 30/50 amp, tent camping, fresh water nearby, pay showers, flush toilets, covered picnic tables and nearby dump station (fee). Easy walk to amphitheater and Cedar Pass Lodge/ Restaurant.
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.
Mountain cabins, country homes & town homes in the central Black Hills near all attractions. All with fully furnished kitchens, TV, grills, phones. Some with fireplaces, hot tubs, washer/dryer. Many cabins open year around.
Newcastle's only full-service motel, restaurant, lounge. King sized beds & package liquor. 60 beautiful & comfortable rooms with flat screen TVs', seasonal pool & gift shop. Restaurant & lounge feature dining room, coffee area and walk out deck. Laundry facilities at motel.
Rich in history and natural beauty, Sylvan Lake Lodge is Custer State Park’s “crown jewel.” In a spot suggested by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the hotel sits in a hillside forest of pine and spruce trees, in harmony with the beauty of the rugged landscape. This stone and timber lodge overlooks the sloping hills and the breathtaking beauty of Sylvan Lake.
All cabins have a bathroom, fully equipped Kitchens, queen or double beds, TV w/Dish Network. DVD players, movies available. Grills & fire pits by the creek & hot tub. Picnic tables. Playground. Quiet & secluded in the pines!
Custer's largest indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, refrigerator/microwave, in-room coffee and hot cocoa, king & queen beds. Family lodging rooms sleeps 3-6 people. All rooms ground floor. Free HS wireless internet, 2 restaurants adjacent. $1.99 homemade pie at Purple Pie Place. All rooms no smoking/no pets.
Let it Roll – Craps, Roulette and Keno are coming to Deadwood
Thursday, May 21, 2015
A new set of games will soon be hitting the tables in Deadwood. Bringing in the addition of Craps, Roulette and Keno was set to a vote last fall and 67% of voters along with two legislative approvals just about sealed the deal for the small western town. There’s just one more hearing on June 8th before these additional games can be played on July 1st.