Fairfield Inn Spearfish

Address: 2720 1st Avenue East, Spearfish, South Dakota, 57783, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2720 1st Avenue East, Spearfish, is near D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery, High Plains Heritage Center Museum, Matthews Opera House, and Shoshone Geyser Basin.
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      A Walk on The Wild Side

      A travel blog entry by movinalong on Aug 02, 2014

      11 photos

      ... a mule deer and what looked to be a yearling and a fawn. They had climbed the hill and surprised Patti while she was outside having her morning coffee. She said she didn't even hear them walk up. I grabbed my phone to take some pictures and they didn't seem to be very concerned with us. They kept a watchful eye on us but went about their foraging. We stayed quiet and watched the sweet creatures until they were out of sight. What a wonderful way to ...

      The nation's second-largest oil producer

      A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Jul 03, 2013

      5 comments, 16 photos

      ... The influx of money means that employment is rapidly growing, Minot will soon reach 50,000 inhabitants, and 11 new hotels have been built just in the past year. The downside is that the infrastructure is not ready yet: there is plenty of temporary housing, many new roads are not yet paved, huge oil trucks fill up the little country roads etc. But that is hopefully a temporary phenomenon, until ...

      Sturgis 2... and the Perfect Storm

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 24, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... here that the impetus came to make "The Stars Spangled Banner" our national anthem (click on the picture of the historical marker below). Like most Army posts of the time, the fort was built around the parade ground with the housing for the commanding officer, other post officers, post headquarters, barracks and chapel on the periphery.

      We left Sturgis and went back to Sundance for two nights. During the day we took the Jeep ...

      Black Hills

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 01, 2012

      28 photos

      ... displays of Indian artifacts, live Indian craftspeople and interesting information on the monuments construction make this a worthwhile stop.

      The drive to the Mt. Rushmore National Monument takes you through the heart of the Black Hills. The terrain changes with the elevation, from mesquite to pine trees. The monument was finished in 1961, but the supporting facilities have progressively improved. The displays describing the ...

      Keystone - Mount Rushmore - Deadwood

      A travel blog entry by cjduley on Aug 17, 2012

      89 photos

      ... for a tour of the town of Deadwood. The old driver told us to sit down and shut up - anybody caught standing would be sent off the bus. He was an old time cowboy version of Basil Fawlty.

      Deadwood was another lawless frontier town during the 1876 Gold Rush. Here Jack McCall murdered Wild Bill Hickock during a poker game. This gave name to a hand in Poker called the dead Mans hand. It was the home of Calamity Jane among others. This town ...