- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Hisega Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hisega Lodge Rapid City
Travel Blogs from Rapid City
... to walk towards the dog stomping her feet. Luckily the owners dog listened to his demands to be quiet and not invoke the goat any more. The baby jumped for joy and they took off running into the woods, their fuzzy butts blending off into the snowy woods. We drove through deadwood (An old town hidden in the mountains) and wanted to go to Mammoth cave, they have fossils of over 60 mammoths and 3 woolly mammoths! but didn't have enough time for the hour out of they way drive. Next ...
... of disappointment. The Centre has quite a few different sections, one on Buffalo Bill obviously but others on Indians, Guns and Natural History There was even a chance to get up close to a peregrine falcon and some bloke cooking biscuits and brewing coffee from the back of an old chuck wagon. We ended up going to a local Italian restaurant in the evening and ended up having a really good chat with an older couple from Arizona (they nearly boarded the fateful PanAm Flight 103).
... everywhere throughout the town. Next we cruised over to Deadwood and enjoyed a hot fudge sundae at the Hub Cap Diner (much like Ruby's). When we got home we walked over to the upper lodge for a free wine tasting by the Prairie Berry Winery. It was nicely done with an addition of cheeses and crackers to compliment the wine. It's also a great opportunity to meet other members and visitors of the ...
... Gary not so much!!!! lol
Today we went for a drive back over by Mt. Rushmore the road was called Iron Mountain Rd it was a very curvy and narrow and one section of the road is called the Pig tail and it just Spirals upward that was cool to drive on I have never been on anything like that it was a great way to end our time in Rapid City South Dakota now on over to Mitchel SD to the Corn Palace!!!!
... S. presidents at Mr. Rushmore are each 60 feet high. Once completed, Crazy Horse may be the world's largest largest sculpture. The kids also enjoyed seeing tepees and throwing their pennies into a wishing stream.
Ironically, the vision of designing and creating the Crazy Horse Monument arose from a man, Korczak Ziolkowski who had a dream to create Crazy Horse. Today, his wife and their ten children are carrying out their father's dream by ...