Ponderosa Motel & Rv Park

Address: 515 Sd Hwy 248, Kadoka, South Dakota, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 515 Sd Hwy 248, Kadoka.
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Travel Blogs from Kadoka

Where'd that buffalo come from?

A travel blog entry by azcook on Aug 26, 2014

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... four looking down on us.

We then walked a short distance between a multi arched entryway that was lined with flags of all 50 states to a large viewing platform. There is and outdoor auditorium just below the viewing platform and a walkway ...

Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 18, 2014

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... things you could think of! There were some decent leather goods, but it was "cheap and trashy" at its best and there were hundreds of travellers who had been conned by the signs having a look! We drove a few more miles until we'd had enough for the day and found a quaint little spot called Kadoka which has a nice motel by the Interstate. Well, today has been fantastic! Mount Rushmore has now been ticked off the bucket ...

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

A travel blog entry by movinalong on Aug 03, 2014

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... the parking lot and to our next camping spot. Tomorrow we could call around and get the parts we need but today we needed to be able to drive this thing down the road. It was time to test the stability of their masterpiece and the limits of duct tape. Nick drove behind us so that if we needed to pull off the road he could do the same. You wouldn't believe the looks we got from the people who passed us. The contraption stuck out like a massive pimple on ...

Day 5 - Bucket list item crossed off

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Apr 21, 2014

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... I-90 at Moorcraft, knowing we would miss Sturgis. This was okay with the two of us. I-90 from Rapid City is once again pretty lonely but there was more traffic -- similar to our prairies I would say. I think we both agree we do not need to travel I-90 on the way back.
We did however make a neat stop after hitting the I-90 which speaks to the power of advertising. Somewhere west of Moorcraft yesterday on the I-90 we saw signs-- oh, such a variety of ...

Fort Mandan and the Great Plains

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 04, 2013

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... There was hardly any traffic on the road and it was a lovely ride. This is very desolate scenery – there are hardly any trees, and most of the area I covered today was flat – but beautiful in its own way.

There were a few disappointments on the way. I drove through Bismarck in the morning to see the Capitol. I saw it, I guess; I saw all the buildings in the government complex, but the Capitol itself ...