Mount Rushmore / Hill City KOA
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I woke up at 2:00am when Greg pulled into a gas station in Presho, SD. We slept until 5:30am. Gassed up and let Ky run around with her ball for a little while until we ventured back onto 90 to the Badlands. I asked Greg why he decided to drive through the night and he said "I saved you from a VERY boring state and with driving at night theres a lot …
Mt. Rushmore is a definitely something everyone should visit. The night we got into camp we took a drive and stumbled onto a lighting ceremony at the Memorial. It was about 9:00 and there was a huge amphitherater which was packed. The NPS requested all past and active military come forward. About 50 people went on stage. After singing the National …
Sorry this blog is late, we have had no internet service since we left Laurel, Mt. So we finished up our travels at the KOA outside Hill City, this is the 2nd biggest KOA in the US.....the 1st is at Lake Okachobee, Fl. Hill City had 650 sites and Fl. has over 1000 sites. This KOA had everything from swimming in 2 swimming pools to all you can eat …
So yesterday after a relaxing swim in the morning we hit the road. We stopped for a traditional "native American lunch" which I think had been Americanized already but was still very good and at least had a few veggies on it. This was followed by a final drive through the Badlands with a stop to see a traditional homestead/sodhouse where the family …
I have copied and pasted the following paragraphs of information from Wikipedia. Our personal comments follow:
The Crazy Horse Memorial is a mountain monument under construction in the Black Hills of South Dakota, in the form of Crazy Horse, an Oglala Lakota warrior, riding a horse and pointing into the distance.< …
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
We searched for an open campground for about an hour. We came across this KOA which was bare. We got a campsite next to a pond and really close to the showers and bathrooms. We had it to ourselves with a few RVs in the park. One of the KOA workers brought us firewood and lighter fluid. Paid half price because they were closing the next day.
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