Hartman Haven Bed and Breakfast

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

The Bad-Ass Badlands and a Cold-Ass Night!

A travel blog entry by david.pierce


Hooray, the Federal Government is open again! Bunch of buffoons...And for me, that meant it was time to start charging some national parks. First stop-Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Back in the day, my dad had taken a similar trip as mine-a drive across the US-and he has told us many times about how crazy the Badlands were. I knew I had to go, and they would be on the way to my evening destination-Custer State ...

Friendly Donkeys

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll


We drove to Custer State Park. We saw lots of bison and donkeys. The donkeys were very friendly - sticking their noses into the car. We then drove along a scenic drive through the Black Hills. We just HAD to stop at a winery and try Red Ass Wine. Fun!
We dined back in Rapid City at the Texas Roadhouse. Great food and ...

Custer, SD

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu


... mounds. The Missouri River is a mighty river….reminds me of the Mississippi. It is the river that Lewis and Clark followed on the expedition west. After that we arrive in the Badlands area, and then the Black Hills. A little bit of everything.

We decided to drive through Badlands National Park again because you always see things you didn’t see before. We took the long way to Rapid City and then headed ...

Custer's Last Stand

A travel blog entry by angelslame


... had accompanied the wagons on the way (the Blue Bell Band). They played music ranging from John Denver to Tim McGraw and Elvis Presley, on guitar, bass and fiddle. A deer or two even ventured out into the meadow for us to ooh and ahh over. The evening ended with everyone doing the Hokey Pokey and the Chicken Dance together and creating a "Yahoo" echo off a nearby mountain. Then we loaded back on the ...

Scenery and random places to eat

A travel blog entry by brosh2013


... formations that remain are the dried ocean bed. Hills, spires, cliffs and rattlesnakes (although I happily didn't see any of them!). Just spectacular. As we drove along you could see the different colors of the hills due to the elements, like iron or magnesium that the rocks contain. The theme of randomness continued with lunch, when we stopped at Wall Drug. The town is called Wall and the store was originally a pharmacy. The couple running it had the idea ...


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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