Americas Best Value Inn

Address: 401 South Dakota Hwy, Kadoka, South Dakota, 57543, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 401 South Dakota Hwy, Kadoka.
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      Devils tower to Gillette

      A travel blog entry by pedallingtheusa on Aug 30, 2014

      ... storm coming in so it was really nice to arrive at Eleanor and Josh's house. They let us sleep in their basement and we ended up having a really nice evening cooking all together. Tonight was or first home cooked meal of the trip! The couple also had ferrets which were pretty cool and so much smarter than I ever realised. After dinner we were all really tired so headed to bed soon ...

      Mount Rushmore

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 18, 2014

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      Packed up and drove into Rapid City this morning, found a FREE parking spot (take note Bunbury) and went for a wander along the tree lined streets! With a population of about 70,000 Rapid City is a clean, neat city and in an unusual feature has brass life like statues of 42 of the 43 US Presidents - Obama will be included once his term has finished - placed on the corners of the main city streets! We walked about and saw a ...

      Day 2 Cheyenne to Badlands via Wounded Knee

      A travel blog entry by mpanchley73 on Jul 13, 2014

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      ... A few pictures were posted, but they really can't do it justice. It was unbelievable when we first drove in, but the hike took our breath away. That's really all I can say. After the hike we drove through and then went to Sage Rock Road which is unpaved and less traveled. This is where we got up close and personal with prairie dogs and saw bison on the distance. Tom says the Badlands were sick, nasty, groovy and radical. Hiking on the unique ...

      Night 4: Badlands, Stormy Nights

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 26, 2014

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      ... two or three miles of intense advertising for a trap near where I am now. It promised that the prairie dogs that lived around the Ranch Store were "keen and never mean." This store is a dump with a huge prairie dog statue out front. You can go out back and feed them, but be careful, as NPS signs indicate, prairie dogs have plague. We made our way to the wide Missouri at Chamberlain and stopped for a quick lunch after surveying the river from the same bluff where Lewis and ...

      Works of Wonder

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Aug 27, 2013

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      ... one when we and our tent were blown about, and now we had air conditioning! Heading out of the Badlands we had to stop at two famously touristy places, Wall Drug for its 5 cent coffee and fresh donuts (both good) and the Corn Palace, which is decorated anew each year with corn, husks and various vegetal matter. Interesting, certainly colorful. Parents beware! wall is a kid trap, you'll never get them out of there, until the T. Rex ...