Hartman Haven Bed and Breakfast

Rrl Box 108a, Custer, South Dakota, 57730-9651, United States | B&B

Travel Blogs from Custer

A Day for Monuments and Larger Than Life Men

A travel blog entry by mrighter


... in torrents a few miles down the road. We drove the mile long hill up to the town of Lead (long e) to find a place to stay. All places were full. Back down the hill to Deadwood. Stopped at a homey place called the Cedar Wood Inn and there was a room open. Yay! This turned out to be the nicest motel we stayed in in South Dakota. Owned by a couple, impeccably clean, small, rustic but homey, friendly people staying there. After checking in we ...

More Bison, some Burros and Sylvan Lake

A travel blog entry by griesenj


... around the loop we came upon another large herd of Buffalo, and took a few more photos.
We stopped for lunch in Custer, and each had foot-long BLT Subway Subs (our favorite!)
During the afternoon, we headed north out of Custer and arrived at the Crazy Horse Monument. This was my (and Dolly's) first trip inside the attraction. Other times, I had just seen the huge stone monument still in progress from Highway 385. Upon pulling up to the ...

Wind Cave and Custer State Park

A travel blog entry by kouatly


... family there, they were from Ohio with three children. Pretty much you can count on any families with children doing home school at this point in the year.

The boys completed the Junior Ranger program for the Wind Cave, #3 for the boys now.

After the caves we headed to Custer State Park. This park is known for its extensive array of wildlife, especially buffalo. They maintain a herd ...

Custer, SD

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu


... is that every year it is decorated on the outside with corn and corn products. They started doing this in 1892 as a way to celebrate and display their harvest. The arena has murals on the walls made of corn. Every year they tear down the old decorations and put up new according to the theme of the year. They have been doing this for 100 years. So if we went back next year, it would be totally different.

They also ...

Rushmore/Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by knightc


... it into a circus. It started with an actual drug store in 1931. Business was very slow since Mount Rushmore wasn't yet completed and there wasn't much traffic. Later though in 1936 people started coming to see the monument and they lured them into Wall from the highway by putting up signs on the highway offering free ice water. They later added "attractions" such as an animatronic dinosaur, ...


This B&B, located on Rrl Box 108a, Custer, is near Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills National Forest, Legion Lake, and Stockade Lake.
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