Rapid City KOA Kampground

Address: I-90 Exit 61 (2.5 miles south), Rapid City, South Dakota, 57709, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on I-90 Exit 61 (2.5 miles south), Rapid City, is near Bear Country USA, Reptile Gardens, Old MacDonald's Farm, and Black Hills Maze.
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      Rapid City

      A travel blog entry by samantha_lee12 on Jun 27, 2014

      -Can't wait for tomorrow's visit to Mt Rushmore! Time to get a gas before we get a good nights sleep
      Gas: $45.66
      Food: $10 (dinner) $10 (breakfast tomorrow)
      Campground: $10 per night

      Corn, Badlands and Presidents

      A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Aug 12, 2014

      34 photos

      Up early and ready to roll before 8 am, we had a busy day planned. Our goal was to see the sights as we drove across South Dakota. Our first stop was the Mitchell Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. Every year the building is covered in corn in various forms to create mosaics and pictures. I wanted to see this unusual building. As we drove up we noticed …

      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by ludwigs09 on Aug 19, 2014

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      The past couple days we were hanging out in Livingston, Montana which is about 30 miles from Yellowstone. We took a whole day and went through the Roads of Yellowstone and had a blast! It is unreal the various parts that we had only seen on TV before! Old Faithful was amazing. It is quite awesome to witness the phenomenon that happens with the …

      Day 4: Sequester in the Black Hills

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 01, 2013

      ... I disagree with him, but there is something to it. The Sioux who lived here considered the Black Hills to be the place where people were created and where they went when they died. It was an important part of the land assigned to them by U.S. treaties. The Sioux weren't always bison hunting roamers of the Plains. They used to live in heavily forested Wisconsin before gun wielding Algonquian allies of the French forced them into the grass. So it is something that they, ...

      Mt. Rushmore (cont.), Crazy Horse, Devil's Tower

      A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 28, 2013

      15 photos

      ... were from the "Black Hills Burger and Buns Co." and were the daily special, the "Some Like It Hot" burger. We left town heading for I-90 and soon stopped at a National Forest campground (Comanche Park) and "borrowed" an unoccupied campsite for about a half hour to have our lunch. The burgers were delicious.

      Our original plan was to drive from the Crazy Horse Memorial to Buffalo, WY to spend the night. However, a day or two ago Ruth ...

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