Rafter J Bar Ranch Campground

Address: 12325 Rafter J-Bar Road, Keystone, South Dakota, 57745, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 12325 Rafter J-Bar Road, Keystone, is near Crazy Horse Memorial, 1880 TRAIN/ Black Hills Central Railroad, Sylvan Lake, and Needles Eye.
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      Travel Blogs from Keystone

      Last Day in Rapid City

      A travel blog entry by dwise on Jul 13, 2013

      ... Helena or Great Falls, so if we didn't make our connection, we wouldn't arrive until the next night. This would make us miss our whole first day at the Rocking Z Guest Ranch, and that just wasn't an option. We waited until the last minute, and after much deliberation, we rented a minivan and drove to Helena, ...

      So much to do in the Rapid City Area

      A travel blog entry by glen_linda on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... Museum, Bear Country USA, and Reptile Gardens.

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      Hiking M Hill

      A travel blog entry by melendra on Jan 30, 2013

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      ... a wonderful hiking/biking park on M Hill. There are upwards of 30 trails of varying degrees of difficulty, although mostly they are labeled difficult. The original path we chose was essentially a walk; however, there were a number of large boulders and piles of boulders along the path. Bryn was especially interested in climbing each and every one of these that we happened across. So, when the path divided ...