Americas Best Value Dakota Cowboy Inn

Address: 208 W Mt Rushmore Rd, Custer, South Dakota, 57730 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 208 W Mt Rushmore Rd, Custer, is near Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills National Forest, Legion Lake, and Stockade Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Custer

    Journey and presidents

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 10, 2015

    10 photos

    ... this morning, and chipmunks at Rushmore.

    The blog has been challenging here as there is virtually no wifi in the camp even with our own hot spot. So we go to a restaurant and have lunch and do our upload of what I wrote the night before and our photos. Oh just so you know you get the cream of the crop of our pictures. Yesterday for example Peg took over 150 shots that we saved – not counting the ones too blurry shooting out of a moving ...

    A Patriotic Independence Day!

    A travel blog entry by thomasroadtrip on Jul 04, 2015

    6 comments, 5 photos

    It was a long trip out of Texas on our way to Nebraska for our first night. There wasn't a lot to see so we made the best of it. Yes, we stopped at the Worlds's Largest Ball of Twine in Cawker City, Kansas. We also stopped at Carhenge in Alliance, Nebraska. This was a cool stop for sure. We then stopped for a not-so-quick refrigerator repair in North Platte, Ne. But, still made it to Custer, SD on night two in time for a nice dinner on Main Street. ...

    4 Presidents, a Park, and an Indian

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 21, 2015

    80 photos

    ... cultural center. Seventy-two portraits of Indian warriors hang on two walls. These men are “Custer’s Survivors”—the warriors who survived Little Big Horn. The paintings were done by David Humphreys Miller in the 1930s and 40s. In front of the wall is a thick book which is the legend for the wall. On each page, a smaller version of the portrait is duplicated, a wall “map” which shows the location of ...

    Granite & Wildlife in the Black Hills

    A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Aug 05, 2014

    10 photos

    It was quite the sightseeing day today. From Wall, we drove for a little over an hour to the Black Hills National Forest. Per Wikipedia: "The [Black] Hills were so-called because of their dark appearance from a distance, as they were covered in trees." And indeed, these hills do offer a magnificent combination of rolling hills, forests, valleys, ...

    1st Stop Today MOUNT RUSHMORE

    A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Jul 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the Reverend Henry Weston Smith and Aaron Dunn.

    In 1874, Colonel George Armstrong Custer led an expedition into the Hills and announced the discovery of gold on French Creek near present-day Custer, South Dakota. Custer's announcement triggered the Black Hills Gold Rush and gave rise to the lawless town of Deadwood, which quickly reached a population of around ...