The Roost Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Roost Resort Custer
We came for a couple of days and stayed ten! Just loved the gorgeous setting, great location to Custer State Park and the city of Custer, and the friendly interactions with the owners Frank and Susan. They take meticulous, loving care of the place. The cabins are adorable, bathrooms super clean and the grounds well cared for.
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... a lazy morning including breakfast and schoolwork, we had to move campsites. Custer is a popular, busy park. In order to stay multiple nights, we had to reserve various campsites. We drove 2 miles to the Legion Lake campground and set up the RV. From here, we traveled in our CR-V to Mt. Rushmore. The drive was impressive enough! The view through one of the road tunnels is amazing. We took in the breathtaking view ...
... priced for only a few. And it seems like every one of them is emblazoned with the name "Wall Drug" in some fashion. We spent about 45 minutes at Wall Drug, and at the end of that time I had heartburn from a donut, and a headache from the screaming kids and shouting tourists. But my spirits soared knowing that Wall Drug was real, and it is every bit at bad as I imagined. And it looks like business is great! We left Vermillion Lakes ...
... monument. We critiqued the ceremony, which could have been good with a more upbeat ranger telling fewer personal stories with a less cult-leader voice. But he did give some good Roosevelt facts. He asked servicemen to take the stage at the end and Laina forced Dennis to take part, so we got to hear him say his name, hometown, and branch. We'll visit again during the day. Goodbye, ...
largest herd of wild roaming bison. I’ll have to come back some day because
there’s still something I want to do here. I’ve climbed/hiked the highest mountain
in a quite a few states and would love to bag Harney Peak, highest in South
Dakota and a reasonably long hike but I’m sure an easy cakewalk at just over
7,000 feet elevation, approximately half the altitude of the many fourteeners I’ve
climbed in Colorado.
... March that Linda had in December. (The same genes!) We left their house in the late afternoon and ended up in another Wall Mart in Ames, Iowa, home of Iowa State University.
Tommorw we will visit our good frined Sally Denny, who sang alto in our choir tour to Scotland and was a member of our church choir in Hickory, North Carolina.