Lazy J Rv Park & Campground

Address: 4110 S. Hwy 16, Rapid City, South Dakota, 57701, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 4110 S. Hwy 16, Rapid City, is near Bear Country USA, Reptile Gardens, Black Hills Gold Jewelry by Coleman, and Old MacDonald's Farm.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLazy J Rv Park & Campground Rapid City

      Reviewed by bigdtrader

      Great view

      Reviewed Jun 19, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Good facilities. Nice view. Spaces are smallish. Seems overpriced.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Lazy J Rv Park & Campground Rapid City

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Rapid City

      Rapid City, SD

      A travel blog entry by 5thwheel13 on Jun 26, 2014

      281 photos

      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!!!

      Oh Hail no

      A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jun 21, 2014

      22 photos

      ... over to Custer State Park in the Black Hills.

      On our way to Custer, we saw a bunch of prairie dogs. I almost backed into a steel pole when I was turning around in somebody’s driveway. We saw where they filmed a bunch of Dances with Wolves… although somebody could have pretty much pointed at anything and told me that because it all looks like scenery from the movie. And, I feel like I’m driving the Sanford and Son truck ...

      Rock n' Roll in the Wild Wild West

      A travel blog entry by sceraldi on Aug 07, 2013

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... the biggest in the world. It’s dormant but the hot springs, and smoking geysers are a constant reminder of what lies below the surface.

      I write this now from the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana, part of the Rocky Mountain range. We have been so far from the ocean, and I’m really looking forward to seeing the Pacific and a solid visit to Sustainable Seattle and the Islandwood educational facility on Bainbridge Island! ...

      Scenery and random places to eat

      A travel blog entry by brosh2013 on Jun 30, 2013

      6 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Bears and dinosaurs and jet planes, oh my!

      A travel blog entry by travelsake on Jul 05, 2012

      18 photos

      Another highlight of the trip, especially for the kids, was Bear Country USA. And despite its name, there were a lot more than bears, although there were a lot of them. And by a lot, I mean A LOT!

      You stay in your car to tour Bear Country and drive through the various animal areas, where the animals are just left to roam free. It starts out with some deer, sheep and those type of animals in some separate fenced areas. Then you enter the ...