The Crow Peak Lodge

Address: 346 W. Kansas Street, Spearfish, South Dakota, 57783, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 346 W. Kansas Street, Spearfish, is near D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery, High Plains Heritage Center Museum, Matthews Opera House, and Shoshone Geyser Basin.
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    Travel Blogs from Spearfish

    Spearfish Canyon

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 14, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Limited-stakes gaming was legalized in 1989 and a portion of every dollar goes toward preserving Deadwood' s architectural heritage. Saw a re-enactment of Wild Bill Hickok' s killing in one of the saloons.

    Went to Mt Moriah Cemetery which is at top of canyon to see graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.

    Drove to neighboring mile high town of Lead. Saw the Homestake Mining Open Cut Gold Mine which stopped ...

    A lazy day with Calamity Jane & Wild Bill Hickok

    A travel blog entry by bartlind on Aug 29, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    We enjoyed a sleep-in, hot breakfast and then a lovely walk on the Mickelson trail into Historic gaming town, and well-preserved gambling mecca pleasant. We wandered about the town , took a few pictures, bought a few goodies, did the Adams museum and chatted with the local tourists. Lunch at the Social club was nice and healthy and then the shuttle up to the ...

    Wyoming and Devil's Tower

    A travel blog entry by gaduzabe on Aug 09, 2013

    11 photos

    ... Drug. He loves it very much and has named him "Crockett" after Davey (not Betty) Crocket. So if you see him in photos, you now know where he came from. Around Devil's Tower we were intrigued by how colorful the soil was. The dirt is brick red though in some areas it is overlain by yellow soil. At the visitor's center we learned that both soils are sandstone but the red is from the Triassic period and the yellow from the Jurassic period (hope I got that ...

    Visit to Sturgis, SD

    A travel blog entry by chapy on Jul 30, 2013

    6 photos

    We made a drive thru of Sturgis, SD.
    As you probably know, this weekend starts the Harley Davidson Rally in which about 500,000 bikers show up in a town of about 3000 people. It goes all next week and the following weekend.

    Bikers are coming to the Black Hills.

    I ...

    Wyoming at last! Sundance... and Butch

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 14, 2013

    4 photos

    ... and sent to the US for forensic tests. The results showed they were not the remains of Butch and Sundance. Other stories claim they returned to the States where Butch lived under the assumed name of William K. Phillips in Spokane, WA, until his death in 1937. Sundance was said to have returned, married Etta, and lived under an assumed name until he died in 1957, and was buried in Casper, WY.
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