Gateway to Badlands National Park. Full service campground. Pull through level, 30/50 amp RV sites, complimentary WiFi. Pool, laundry, playground, showerhouse, horse corral & shade. Pets allowed. AAA Discount.
Seven rooms in the pines just 12 miles north of Hill City. Suites with private hot tubs or 2-person whirlpools. Guests enjoy scrumptious breakfasts each morning. Outdoor restaurant open to the public May through September. Black Forest Inn, where you are treated as a guest but feel at home.
TeePee is a small, quiet campground and RV Park. Close to town and central to all Black Hills attractions. Reasonable rates. 30-50 amp electricity, easy, roomy pull-thrus, laundry, showers, free Wi-Fi, sleeping cabins, tent sites, monthly rates. Rental cars and tours available. Good Sam.
Snowmobiler's #1 pit stop. 7 modern cabins ideal for groups and family reunions or a nice quiet getaway. Adjacent to over 300 miles of groomed & marked trails. ATV trails close-by. Restaurant on-site. Ideal for groups & family reunions. 21 miles SW of Lead on Hwy 85 S.
Built in 1886, this landmark hotel remains the showplace of Hill City. Family owned and operated, this historic boutique style hotel offers 4 elegant rooms. Exquisitely decorated with pillow top beds, down comforters, coffee makers and more. Choose from 3 rooms with 1 queen bed or 1 room with 2 queen beds. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the Alpine Inn restaurant. Open year-round.
Easy off/on access! Located off of I-90 against the Black Hills National Forest. Gravel &grass pull thru sites, pool, hot tub, jacuzzi, top rated bath/shower house! Large & small cabins w/cable TV, wireless internet, fridge, microwave, coffee pot & A/C.
117 rooms, remote control TV w/HBO. King business rooms w/recliners and micro-fridge. Free Wi-Fi. In-room coffee. Continental breakfast.Whirlpool suite, guest laundry, business center. Numerous restaurants & malls nearby Deadwood & Black Hills tours available (seasonal). Pet friendly ($).
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.
This week, Mount Rushmore National Memorial will be celebrating 90 years of history. The public is invited to a celebration taking place this Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 2 p.m. in the Carver’s Cafe. Plans for the day include a presentation on the park’s history, cake, and of course, Thomas Jefferson ice cream.