Wrangler Inn

Address: 820 W Grand Xing, Mobridge, South Dakota, 57601-1952, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 820 W Grand Xing, Mobridge.
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        Travel Blogs from Mobridge

        North Dakota State Capitol

        A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Sep 09, 2014

        4 photos

        ... outside pictures of the capital. But it was not impressive, it was reminded us of just a large medical office building. The pictures I've included inside were more interesting. They did offer a 45 minute tour, but due to repair work being done the tour was shortened and therefore so were the photo ...

        Day 11 Squirel Bombers

        A travel blog entry by travelingtails on Sep 05, 2014

        ... campers go about their day.

        We spent a couple of hours getting out our winter clothes and off to the wildlife viewing trail. Luckily for us, we detoured onto Red Valley Road which led us to a desolate area in Wind Cave National Park. Prairie dog towns and a herd of buffalo within arms reach. Dinner at the Cowboy Cafe and drinks at the Blue Bell Lodge while sitting on saddle bar stools. Enjoyed talking with a couple who recently retired who took off a cross ...

        Day 10 Great Faces Great Places

        A travel blog entry by travelingtails on Sep 04, 2014

        ... people. The grass stomper was an esteemed member of the tribe, performing the ceremonial dance the flatten the grass where the teepee would be placed after arriving at a new site as the tribe traveled. The ritual is still performed today before a new house is built.

        I highly recommend a visit to the Crazy Horse Monument. It educated me on the life and accomplishments of Native Americans which I now have a greater appreciation of ...

        Day 9 The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

        A travel blog entry by travelingtails on Sep 03, 2014

        12 photos

        ... City, was the next stop to purchase more water, and makings for pancakes.
        Suddenly the scenery changed to evergreen trees and mountains as we made our way on Highway 79 toward Custer State Park.
        Our campsite is Blue Bell 9E which is the best site in this area! Super friendly fellow campers and camp hosts here.
        Since we had a big lunch, we ate chicken salad sandwiches, green salad, and fresh Iowa corn on the cob for dinner.


        Raining on the Badlands

        A travel blog entry by chancesullivan on Aug 28, 2014

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        ... Less famous but probably more entertaining was the Iron Mountain Road, with more tunnels, great views of Mount Rushmore, and very tight twisties.

        My dad was originally planning on heading back home once we reached the Black Hills, but we were having so much he decided to come along a little further with me, setting our sights on Sturgis for the next day.