Lazy J Rv Park & Campground
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Good facilities. Nice view. Spaces are smallish. Seems overpriced.
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Have made a couple of trips so far to Custer State Park & Black Hills National Forest.
Did two trips up Mount Coolidge to fire tower. Beautiful views of the area. Little cloudy first time so we did again. Any ways Anita just loves riding up narrow mountain roads with no shoulders or guard rails!!!
... shone brilliantly, illuminating their granite faces spectacularly. We were the only visitors to the park at this time of morning so we could take in all it had to offer privately. It was a cool, crisp 26 degrees with a wind that made the granite surroundings seem even colder.
... in Custer, South Dakota every summer. We set ourselves up in our motel and dashed off amidst the roaring and rumbling of Harley Davidsons to see a few of the founding fathers, and Teddy Roosevelt too, carved into rocks of Mount Rushmore. A beautiful drive through the back roads of the Black Hills, through under one lane tunnels winding through forested and rocky paths, and we caught a glimpse of the magnificent presidential carvings on the ...
... the park features 28,295 acres of mixed-grass prairie, ponderosa pine forest, and associated wildlife. It is the seventh oldest National Park and the only NP to have two layers – above ground and below ground.
We took both the Fairgrounds and the Garden of Eden Cave ...
... scenic byway. We passed through several stone arches blasted through mountains and I did some of the most fun driving of my life. I think whoever designed these roads made them intentionally convoluted, essentially creating a 70 mile long scenic roller coaster. Later, we spent about an hour exploring Custer State park and initially felt cheated, driving past miles of open fields and not seeing a single wild animal. We rounded a bend and ...