Fairfield Inn & Suites - Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn & Suites - Rapid City
Service was good. In my opinion, more suitable for families with younger children who can enjoy the waterpark which is geared to the little ones. Rooms are clean and comfy. The location isn't particularly scenic, it's right by the tollway, but is close to Rapid City, and 30 minutes from Mount Rushmore, etc.
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Weather: 90s and HOT Location: Rapid City to Sioux Falls, IA Highlights: Sunrise at Mount Rushmore, Tornado and climbing the badlands Lowlights: Lost wallet and Tornado #of Swearwords: I'm not going to lie, there were a couple of Holy Sh$%252525s in there Activities: Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Bear Country, Wall Drug, Badlands Helpful hint: Wake …
Weather: 90s hot and sunny
Location: Cody, WY to Rapid City, SD
Highlights: Kid Bliss
Lowlights: Long drive to RC
People we met: .
Activities: WaTiki Water park in our hotel (surprise!)
Hotel: Fairfield Inn and Suites with WaTikiwater park
Helpful hint: Keep the water park a surprise. They …
... landing back on Hwy 16 to Rapid (as the locals call it). We picked up some groceries at Walmart and pointed the bike home. Hart Ranch had three forms of entertainment that appealed to us tonight. First there were free S'mores around the campfire while the kids rode the "train". Then at 7:00 pm in Shelter A, there was musical entertainment provided by Dan and Julie. They sang selected songs from the fifties and sixties and ...
Beautiful sunshine without a cloud in sight, we headed back into Rocky Mountain National Park for one last look and a short hike before we got in the car for hours of driving. The mountains were so beautiful with no clouds or fog and beautiful bright sunshine. Trail Ridge Road was closed because there had been enough snow the night before that they needed to use these big rotary plows!! I'm glad we got to do it on ...
... direction, and as you approach you honk the horn and then go through. I, of course, exited the vehicle to stand in the middle of the road and take pictures. You couldn't see Mount Rushmore through the tunnel, just fog, but it seemed like the thing to do.
We reached the memorial. Parking was GREAT because... fog. We went to the viewing area - from the viewing platform above the auditorium you could see fog. That's it - nothing. ...