AmericInn Lodge & Suites Rapid City
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rapid City
... mixed grass prairie in the U.S. Our photos don't do justice to the gorgeous colors of the earth, sky and grasses.
After spending several hours driving through the park and stopping at overlooks, we were heading home. We could see a storm brewing in the distance even though it was bright, sunny and hot where we were. As we continued on the road out of the park, a large beautiful mountain goat caught my eye. We stopped; I got out and low ...
... Dakota State Sanatorium (now a youth home) which was located a few miles further. The bike trail, being former rr tracks, were surrounded by old buildings, grain elevators, tractors and derelict cars from the 30s and earlier. After this ride of about 24 miles for Stewart and 20 for Ruby, we packed up the bikes and drove to Wind Cave National Park where we stayed intheir only ...
... to this place called the Spires. They consist of odd rock formations that look just like spires. This was an interesting trail as it wasn't as heavily used as the one up the peak. Since it was covered in snow, I only had one set of boot prints to follow to stay on the trail. I think the spirit of Black Elk took a shot at me as I impaled my leg on a sharp branch that was hiding just under the snow. I stepped through the soft snow and my knee went right into ...
... an Indian College called Blunt Knife. Lunch was at a diner called Broadus at a hicky little diner which looked as though it came out of the 1950s - complete with some weird people. We had sour cream and raisin pie, magnificent. On the way we saw wild antelope in the paddocks. Once again the countryside in Montana and a little way into Wymong looks very similar to our western districts in Victoria. The road was long, boring and very windy. We had to hang onto ...
... relentlessly pelting our car. After a few hair raising stretches we were in the clear for a while.
Pulled into Rapid City with no hotel secured yet and the rain pouring down again. Did a quick search and called a few - the Best deal was Big Sky Lodge just outside town. We quickly went and checked in and then back into town for dinner ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Rapid City
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Rapid City
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations