Super 8 Keystone/Mt. Rushmore

Address: 702 Highway 16A, Keystone, South Dakota, 57751, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 702 Highway 16A, Keystone, is near Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Presidential Trail, President's Slide, and Big Thunder Gold Mine.
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      Travel Blogs from Keystone

      Those faces in the mountain.

      A travel blog entry by sarah.harding on May 07, 2013

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      After leaving Sioux falls the landscape is no longer flat and things start to get interesting. So a dear friend and mentor from university mentioned this building made of corn and I needed to check it out if I happen to pass it by. Sure enough we start to see these signs for Corn Palace and I know this must be it! The signs taunt us for about 150 …

      Found founding fathers

      A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... While Tom Brokaw's voice narrated the action, I could see how the hundreds of tiny little explosions began to form human features from a stone mountain. I have always found the process of art as fascinating as the art itself.

      Mt. Rushmore is patriotic. American. Historical. And... well... monumental.

      But it is also art. Stirring, epic, beautiful art.
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      What the Heck is Wall Drug?

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... all around. The sky looked so big and spacious out on the road in front of me, and it was so relaxing just driving through such a big open space unimpeded by buildings or trees. I only wish that I had more time to hike around and explore the area some more. Someday I'll go back....

      Around 7:30 I pulled up into the campground that I would be staying in for the night. I didn't realize it when I booked it weeks ago, ...

      Leaving Yellowstone

      A travel blog entry by aaronbevill on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... to move. They are so large in person. Stopped at a large bridge with a great overlook of a river. Wyoming is a beautiful part of the country. We stopped in Deadwood to eat a steak at Al Swearengen's Gem Saloon. We also went to see Wild Bill and Seth Bullock's graves. This week is Sturgis week so there were hundreds of bikers all over the Black Hills. Pretty cool to see all of the custom bikes. We ended the day at Mount Rushmore. Not bad for a travel ...

      Why are they called the Badlands?

      A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... visited during the tourist season; heaven knows what the number is today. The saying around here is "if Wall Drugs does not have it, you do not need it". It occupies two city blocks and sells EVERYTHING a tourist might need or want.

      We had lunch there. I had a buffalo burger, Zoe chose chicken tenders and fries and Yvonne had a regular hamburger. Of course we finished off the meal with ice cream cones because our tour ...