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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Rapid City
This place is not good for long stay. Breakfast is worth for pay but internet is horrible. Good place for stay at one or two nights.
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Malalanayake stayed here on May 22, 2015 during their trip titled: Mount Rushmore -> Windcaves -> Needle Highway.
... and preparing for our day at Custer State Park.
We head off from the campground around 10am and drive straight to the wildlife loop road which was roughly a 30minute drive. We arrived and paid the entrance fee of $15 which covered us throughout the park for 7days. We began the wildlife loop and were hoping to see Buffalo/Byson, Prairie Dogs and Deer’s. We begin driving and the loop is pretty dry of any animal in sight and we instantly start ...
Due to a beetle infestation, there will be no fireworks at Mount Rushmore this year. Not a big problem, Sheila and I headed to Custer for the fireworks. Unfortunately, when I got there I was told the fireworks would be held on July 4 and not July 3. I obviously got this confused. The good news, we seen a bunch of wildlife on the way to and from Custer.
Other than that, we cruised around the Rapid City area.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... off the waters; above me the sun hasn't reached its full bloom, though it's still peaceful standing under the sheltering skies. Spinner baits, buzz baits and the loveable Frogger all took their turns tearing through the waters. Eventually I put my feet in the water, in the earlier morning it might have been cool enough to put a couple of drinks in.
I keep thinking about the movie, "A River Runs Through ...
... project and dedication it took to carve it so beautifully. We take dozens of photos—all trying to capture the emotion we feel. The sun sets behind the mountain, so it’s difficult to frame photos. We decide sunrise will be better and decide to return in the morning to watch the sun wash over these historic faces.
As the sun sets, more people arrive to view the lighting. We hear the guy behind us tell another tourist that he was at ...