Roosevelt Inn

Address: 206 Cemetery Road, Keystone, South Dakota, 57751, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 206 Cemetery Road, 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

    Mt. Rushmore

    A travel blog entry by coronafamily on Aug 03, 2015

    21 photos

    ... part of fifteen
    present-day states. This was the beginning of the great western expansion
    of America. Jefferson was born in 1743 and died in 1826.

    Theodore Roosevelt, the third president represented on the mountain,
    provided leadership when America experienced rapid economic growth
    as it entered the 20th Century. He was instrumental in negotiating the
    construction of the Panama Canal, linking the east and the ...

    T. Tibbar's Trek: Day 9 (7/4)

    A travel blog entry by luvinlif2k on Jul 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... off on a low pressure day. This is how Wind Cave got its name. We were able to feel the air blowing out of that initial discovery spot when we took the tour!

    We returned to Custer for a late lunch of pizza at Pizza Works in Custer, SD. It was yummy and Mom got to check out their July 4th Arts & Crafts Show outside before we headed back to the ...

    Day 18 Hart Ranch

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 19, 2015

    1 photo

    ... meal topped off with bread pudding drowned in caramel sauce for Murray and creme brûlée for me. Life is good! After we arrived home, we wondered over to Shelter A to hear the music of Dan and Julie. Later that night we had another rain storm with big chunks of hail pounding on the roof of our motor home - ...

    Mount Rushmore

    A travel blog entry by meghannphillips on Jun 14, 2015

    9 photos

    ... a chief of a Native American tribe approached a sculptor, and asked if a memorial for the Native Americans could be built in the Black Hills, which is where many different tribes lived. Work has been going on for around 68 years, and it doesn't look as if it will be finished anytime soon! It is huge in comparison to Mount Rushmore (in the photos, there is a photo with Mt Rushmore and the size comparison). At Crazy Horse, we were also lucky enough to see some people from a ...

    Day 6: Mt. Rushmore, Devils Tower, Bighorn

    A travel blog entry by kbwhitman on Aug 30, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... sedimentary rocks eroded away gradually due to rain and other natural forces, and the rock comprising the tower itself was sturdy enough to remain. The result is a monolith rising from the plains of Wyoming, which has overlooked ranch families for generations, and with which the Native Americans of the area hold a strong spiritual connection. In fact, many of the trees surrounding the tower are decorated with Native American prayer cloths, which visitors ...