Roosevelt Inn

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

      Found founding fathers

      A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 19, 2014

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      I always knew that this road trip would include a stop at Mt. Rushmore. I had never been there before, and I do think we all should seize the opportunities to see these monuments and learn about the history of our country.

      But I have to be honest. I thought it would be a little cheesy. I thought I would walk up, snap a picture to prove I was there, and move on. ...

      What the Heck is Wall Drug?

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... for Wall Drug. My dad had been raving about this store ever since he learned that I would be driving through South Dakota, and though I wasn't originally planning on stopping, he had been urging me to go for days. I had no idea what Wall Drug was, but I figured it'd have to be pretty interesting if they had billboards all the way in Minnesota. Right? So I followed the 90+ signs leading me to Wall Drug (yes, I counted over ...

      Why are they called the Badlands?

      A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... We made several stops in the park for pictures and an opportunity for the kids to climb some of the mounds and work off all that stored energy. We learned that the park peaks are eroding away at a rate of one inch per year because of all the wind in the area. In 500,000 years this park will be gone! Better get there quick.

      I imagine you want the answer to the question I posed. Supposedly early settlers gave it the name ...

      The Black Hills

      A travel blog entry by clendenens on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... hell to stay positive, but I think Molly had had enough. She was kind of laughing and crying at the same time, and the kids were wondering what had happened to her! I knew how she was feeling though, and figured I'd better put on a calm, brave face and take care of things. Since the batteries were new (bought those in Chico, CA) I figured it was the alternator. I had it tested at Napa and they confirmed it, so I got a recommendation ...

      Oh Hail no

      A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... s 30 feet underground, so you take this tiny elevator that only fits 7 people total. The site was decommissioned in 1993, and it’s left pretty much like it was at that time, except the carpet and furniture looks like it was from the 70’s. It was pretty cool.

      Next, we went back to Badlands. There was this one trail I wanted to do. It has a rope ladder up against a steep hill that you climb up. You then walk along a narrow ledge ...