Spring Creek Inn

23900 Highway 385, Hill City, South Dakota, 57745, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Hill City

Mt Rushmore is Next

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter

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and headed for Deadwood. Wouldn’t you know it they were having another weekend celebration, this time antique car show – all vintages, types, and colors of the rainbow. Imagine trying to pull a trailer through this mess, needless to say we kept on driving. Got to Hill City, they too were celebrating something, and then on to the campground.





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Prairie Dogs, Jackalopes and Presidents

A travel blog entry by laura_pier

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... By the way, it's still a family-run business and they still provide free ice water and a cup of coffee is 5 cents. After we browsed around and had a late lunch at Wall Drug, we headed to Mt. Rushmore. The girls and I were very excited to see the monument for the first time. It's not the natural beauty of the Badlands of course, but I found it beautiful in its own way. Maybe because it combines the natural beauty of the mountain and the extreme ...

In search of Tatanka & Rushmore

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... After parking and getting a bite to eat in the parking lot, we entered. It was really neat to see the monument and to take a walk around the trail close to the monument and snap a lot of pictures. On the way out we stopped at the gift shop to look for a few souvenirs. Maddie could not make up her mind on what to buy. She said "I am so indecisive. I would make a terrible president." By that time I must admit that none of ...

Day 4: Sequester in the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by splencner

... I disagree with him, but there is something to it. The Sioux who lived here considered the Black Hills to be the place where people were created and where they went when they died. It was an important part of the land assigned to them by U.S. treaties. The Sioux weren't always bison hunting roamers of the Plains. They used to live in heavily forested Wisconsin before gun wielding Algonquian allies of the French forced them into the grass. So it is something that they, ...

Hiking and Driving the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by ryanandpatti

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... Patti and I pushed on ahead of the inlaws, hiked up those last painful stone steps, and made it to the top of Harney Peak. Apparently in the 1930s, much stronger/braver men than I saw fit to erect a huge stone observation tower on the top of what already was the tallest peak in South Dakota. Although we did have to begrudgingly hike up a few more stairs, we were happy those old-timey mountaineers did their work because they have created one ...

Location

This inn, located on 23900 Highway 385, Hill City, is near Mount Rushmore National Memorial, 1880 TRAIN/ Black Hills Central Railroad, and Presidential Trail.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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