Kelly Inn and Suites Mitchell

1010 Cabela Drive, Mitchell, South Dakota, 57301, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1010 Cabela Drive, Mitchell, is near Corn Palace, Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, and Dakota Discovery Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Mitchell

    Corn Palace...and onwards Ho!

    A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Jul 27, 2014

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    ... 600 miles least 200 miles of it was through corn fields. As far as the eye could see...CORN CORN and more corn...and the occasional billboard expousing the use and wisdom of ethenol. I kept thinking of all the food that could be grown there instead and no one would be starving... After many conversations with Steve today he got me an official motel room. WOW...what a concept...a BATH...finished my book. A great biography of Robert Redford, whom I had ...

    What the @*/#^@/**@ is that X?

    A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 23, 2013

    We didn't have any more storms last night - just some more rain and woke up this morning to a beautiful clear day with the temperature a bit lower and a lot less humidity in the air. As we drove west from the campground there was only one place I saw where the corn had been flattened down by the storm. I guess that corn is a pretty tough crop.

    Bob met a fellow at the gas station just ...

    Big Red continues down the road

    A travel blog entry by ticktock on Jun 23, 2013

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    ... very first Corn Palace in 1892. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Beckwith House is a fine example of Italianate architecture which combines Queen Anne elements in its bay windows, fish scale shingles and fretwork. Many of the original furnishings remain in the home today. The second floor exhibits the exquisite needlework of Mrs. Beckwith. The home represents the enterprising people who helped to build communities on the prairies.


    Bad is really good, if you allow it to be

    A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Jun 22, 2013

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... from the top of the mountain. The likenesses of the faces is incredible.

    After spending time in the visitor's center and seeing a film, we left for Mitchell, SD, our next stop for the night. After looking at a map, we decided to take the scenic route, since we had plenty of time. The map indicated that the Bad Lands National Park was on the way, so we thought we might stop in, if time permitted. We drove ...

    Across the prairie

    A travel blog entry by robnraystravels on May 14, 2013

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    ... up. We went through 3 of the places & they all had museums or tourist attractions of some kind, Burr Oak in Iowa, Walnut Grove in Minnesota & De Smet in South Dakota. It helped to break up the trip a bit as the scenery hasn't been all that spectacular the last 2 days. We also went to the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. Early settlers displayed their agricultural products on the buildings exterior ...