Hidden Valley Campground

Address: 21423 US Highway 385, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 21423 US Highway 385, Deadwood, is near George S. Mickelson Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Deadwood

      Day 6: Mt. Rushmore, Devils Tower, Bighorn

      A travel blog entry by kbwhitman on Aug 30, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... state, along with the order and year in which they joined the union. Off to the side of the viewing terrace is the entrance to a trail that circles around the base of the mountain, so that visitors can get different views of the monument close up. Of course, seeing the enormous sculpture in person is breathtaking in itself, but my interest was caught in the "Sculptor's Studio," a tiny museum of sorts where they inform visitors how the faces were carved. ...

      Holy motorcycles Batman!!!! Love Love Love

      A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Jul 30, 2014

      21 photos

      ... Big Thunder Gold Mine and much, much, more. Wow.. fun for the entire family! In walking up to see Mt Rushmore, I was puzzled for a moment for it didn’t look quite the same as it did from my 6th grade school books. Then it hit me! Did you know Thomas Jefferson got a nose job? Yep… the man has his nose back and he looks better than ever. All the men look fantastic. To ...

      Day Three

      A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 04, 2014

      12 photos

      ... difference between the two sides is amazing.

      We rolled into Wall, SD to spend time at Wall Drug. We ate dinner at their diner. The store is HUGE! There are several rooms full of souvenirs, books, clothing, etc. There is a neat outdoor area for children with a stagecoach area and water feature. Also, there is a spot with cups and two drinking fountains. They advertise free drinking water on their billboards and cups.

      Hart Ranch Day 9

      A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 30, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... to see Crazy Horse Memorial but the winds were blowing hard up there and it was bitter cold. So after our lunch we met up again with the Lund's and Markese's for a drive through Custer State Park. Keefers's and Meyer's were taking the steam train to Keystone. We began our ride on Hwy 87/Needles Road and pretty much followed the same route as the day before. Driving through all the tunnels is always fun and we were able to take ...

      South Dakota

      A travel blog entry by agoard on Sep 07, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... miles but there were no telephone or power poles, no radio or cel phone towers, no graineries or abandoned barns/farmhouses - nothing except a few deer. Barb remained optomistic that a herd of Buffalo would soon appear! The campground we are staying at is part of a 13,000 acre ranch that was homesteaded in the late 1880's by John Hart. Although he lived until the 1940's he never learned to drive a car or truck and towards the end when he was too frail to ...