Bear Lodge Resort

Address: US14A at Burgess Junction , Dayton, Wyoming, 82836, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on US14A at Burgess Junction , Dayton, is near Connor Battlefield State Historic Site and Studio G.
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      Blew out the Bighorn

      A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 18, 2013

      2 comments, 9 photos

      A dusting of snow last night at Bear Lodge.

      Got off to an early start, but not until I had a cup of coffee and slice of strawberry rhubarb pie, just like Grandma used to make.

      Bobby walked the dog around and was sort of grossed out of all the hunters with hanging deers outside their cabins. Meat is meat.

      The road down …

      Little Bighorn Battlefield/Shell Falls/Cody

      A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 19, 2013

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... converge on the Indians concentrated in Southeastern Montana under the leadership of Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and other war chiefs. While touring the battlefield I visited Last Stand Hill, Deep Ravine, National Cemetery, and several Memorial Markers. I did take some pictures with my other camera. They will be posted when I return home.
      Next stop on the tour was the Elk View Inn Restaurant. We traveled along Scenic Byway Highway 14 up into ...

      Return, Day 11: Wall, SD to Sheridan, WY

      A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt on Sep 25, 2012

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... before, but it's a precious thing to be in the face of it. (Pun intended.) No time, however, for tours or exploring... it was quick looks, photos, gift shops, and ice cream (for Dad).

      In the Black Hills, after leaving Mt Rushmore, we noticed that there was a LOT of logging and cleaning/gathering of underbrush/thinning of trees. Piles of trees stacked neatly, waiting (for?). We saw old forest fire scars over thousands of acres ...

      Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills, Badlands

      A travel blog entry by strayerfamily on Jun 21, 2012

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... how the carvings were smaller than we had envisioned. Don't get me wrong, they are very large, but just not the scale I thought they would be. Regardless, it was very impressive.

      We then drove towards our final destination tonight: Peter D's Campground in Sheridan, Wyoming. On the drive here we saw several Mule Deer, but not much other wildlife. The terrain in Wyoming (at least the path that we drove) is less than ...

      Holy Crappppppppp

      A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Jun 26, 2011

      21 photos

      ... new boots lol .... also brakes....and shorts...oopss.... I got some amazing video and pics....The RT was in its element....can not figure out the Harley folks.... they putt along..... not too exciting.....look mean but pretty whimpy riders....shhhhhhh don't tell I said that.

      As I descended it got warmer and warmer...ahhhhhhh. So popped out of the pass....and ended up in Red Lodge....found a pizza joint with a bar...and a patio....got a ...