Super 8 Belle Fourche

Address: 501 National Street, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, 57717, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 501 National Street, Belle Fourche, is near Tri-State Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Belle Fourche

Wes and CarolAnn Meet Up in S. Dakota

A travel blog entry by wesca on Jun 23, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... br> CarolAnn and Carol hiked up and down ridges and canyons this afternoon. What great views! CA was only worried around the bulls, but kept Carol between herself and the bulls! Thanks for the protection, Carol!
Wes will leave early Weds morning for Bozeman, MT. CarolAnn will stay a couple more days.

Again, the goofy auto generated map above shows us going around in circles which is probably not so far ...


A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 19, 2014

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... for beautiful fork). We're talking about the town being situated in the fork of the Belle Fourche River and Redwater River. It turns out that Belle Fourche sits geographically in the center of the nation once Hawaii became a state. We toured the Tri-State Museum (includes corners of South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming) which was wonderful. It included a two story log cabin built in 1876. Next, Grant ...

Day 39

A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 25, 2013

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... the reservation. The massacre at Wounded Knee was the last armed conflict that the US Government had with the Indians. After confiscating all their weapons, a shot was fired and the ensuing fire fight killed 146 unarmed Indian women, children, warriors and even 36 of US soldiers. Sad! At a fuel stop in Marvin, SD we run into another Indian owner. Chester has a 2000 Chief. This is a Gilroy bike that Mark knows something about. It just so happens that Mark ...


A travel blog entry by dwise on Jul 11, 2013

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... in the heat. We walked through Mt. Moriah Cemetery, and saw the graves of Madam Dora DuFran, Potato Creek Johnny, Preacher Smith, Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, all lived and died in Deadwood.

We toured the Broken Boot Goldmine, and Glenn and the girls did some panning while we waited for our tour to begin. They each came home with a small vial of gold dust.

Custer State Park, Mt. Rushmore - Black Hills, SD

A travel blog entry by cincy on May 18, 2013

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... during the 1876 Gold Rush and where Jack McCall murdered Wild Bill Hickok during a poker game. We saw Wild Bill's Death Chair displayed in Salon #10 where he was killed. Casinos have taken over Deadwood, and some time was spent at the slot machines. Two of us were winners. We then arrived at our hotel where we had submarine sandwiches for dinner and turned in early, tired after a very long and busy ...