Willow Springs Cabins Bed and Breakfast

Address: 11515 Sheridan Lake Road, Rapid City, South Dakota, 57702, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 11515 Sheridan Lake Road, Rapid City, is near Chapel in the Hills, Sitting Bull Crystal Caverns, and Thunderhead Falls.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsWillow Springs Cabins Bed and Breakfast Rapid City

      Reviewed by skierdude

      Perfect retreat

      Reviewed Jun 8, 2012
      by (8 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Fabulous little cabin in the woods that lives up to its description. Secluded and quiet. Got a wonderfully warm welcome from Joyce who didn't bat an eyelid when she found out I was gluten-intolerant and whipped up the most amazing gluten-free breakfasts. Would LOVE to come back, but stay longer next time.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Willow Springs Cabins Bed and Breakfast Rapid City

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      Travel Blogs from Rapid City

      Camp Week and the Mall of America

      A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Sep 21, 2014

      4 photos

      ... of exercise. We regularly now get into the triple figures hitting the squash ball to each other without letting it bounce.

      On Thursday we drove into the twin cities of Minnesota, and right in the middle of them is the Mall of America. We had a quick lunch upon arrival and then went our separate ways for a couple of hours. If I was to be honest, it was pretty much like being in Highpoint, except where one of the car ...

      Outrun a Twister

      A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 14, 2014

      33 photos

      ... respectful. I highly recommend seeing it this way. You could actually get there at 7 and there is still no one there. Well worth it. We left and headed to Crazy Horse. Paul called the hotel to tell them that we were still sleeping in the room (we hadn't told them yet we weren't staying a 2nd night.) and to tell the maids to skip our room. He didn't want anyone near his wallet. He's loaded, you know. haha We got to Crazy Horse 55 dollars to go into the park. As far ...

      Day 6 - South Dakota Bound

      A travel blog entry by jrammon on Jul 17, 2014

      38 photos

      After our canceled reservations in Dickinson and an all night drive of 270 miles in 4 hours we elected to sleep in for the first (and probably last) time of this trip. While the Ramada was not our first choice of a hotel, I mean motel, neither was driving through the night for 4 hours. On the plus side we are into Rapid City early so we went to a Starbucks for breakfast, stopped at a Target for some more water and other supplies and then shopped in ...

      Rapid City Day 25

      A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jul 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... home we stopped in at Havlik's Antique Emporium - lots of stuff. We took the Nemo Road again and drove through the town (?) of Novak, population 3, says the sign. I guess we blinked and missed it. We drove through our favorite little town (?) of Nemo and pointed the bike home. Another lovely ...

      Crazy Horse, world's largest mountain carving

      A travel blog entry by margotsilva on Sep 24, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... each nostril is 30 feet wide. Unlike most memorials that receive federal and state funding, Crazy Horse is funded completely by donations and concessions by choice (turned down federal grants of 10 million twice). Sculptor Ziolkowski, a believer in free enterprise felt Crazy Horse should be built by interested people not the taxpayer. Crazy Horse was chosen to be depicted in this memorial as a tribute to his people …a fearless leader and a humanitarian defending his ...