Ann's Motel

Address: 114 4th Avenue, Wall, South Dakota, 57790, United States | Motel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
   

TravelPod Member ReviewsAnn's Motel Wall

Reviewed by j.boyd

Great Location, Great Service

Reviewed Oct 14, 2011
by (3 reviews) Xenia , United States Flag of United States

Ann's motel was the only motel opened when I arrived in town during the slow season, and I am very glad that it was. It was a really nice room, and at a really good price as well. There was a really nice size bathroom with a vanity off the side. The room was spectaularly clean and had plenty of hot water. And when your traveling, hot water makes a big differance. There were no laundry facilities there, but Ann being the sweet women she is, let me use the facilities to wash my clothes. I was so thankfull for that.
The location is perfect and is a 5 minute walk to downtown Wall where all the excitment is.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Ann's Motel Wall

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Wall

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 10, 2015

8 photos

... was a bit of a precursor to my own inhibitions about exploration, something was there, past the movies and books about adventure. Lurking and ready to pounce. The time for wanting to vomit has since passed, as each day something on a miraculous level occurs. I can't make anyone else take a leap, but I'm glad I jumped. With all that being said, I will mention one thing: I fricking hate losing electricity; there's a line I draw in pioneering and that's it.

...

Day 13- Farms to Ranches, & the Famous Wall Drug.

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 05, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... The cattle we saw on the farms tended to be penned up in a dirt pen and fed what I assumed was corn. As these farms disappeared, the ranches were nothing but outlying fences on thousands of acres of grazing land where the cattle roamed free to graze to their hearts content. Eventually we made it on to the Crows Creek Indian Reservation, and the towns really began to disappear then. The smallest we saw was Vilas with a population of 19, ...

Badlands Part 2

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 19, 2015

29 photos

... the brilliant notion of offering free ice water to the people traveling down highways 16 and 14 on their way elsewhere. Ted put up the small Wall Drug signs extolling the virtue of free ice water and where to get it. Before he got back to the store that day, Dorothy had served pitcher after pitcher of ice water. Water led to ice cream and the rest is history. It is a tale of perseverance and faith.

We park on Main Street, which still ...

May 19, 2015 - Day 4

A travel blog entry by tammytwister on May 19, 2015

4 photos

... to Highway 44. Was it worth it? Sure, it was different. Seen wild life and some local ranchers. You also see the back side of the Badlands. It was a gray day but dry in this area. We traveled back on the 240 loop. There was more Prairie dogs out and resident Bighorn Sheep at the top of the western end. We returned to Home base and dined again downtown Rapid City. This time enjoying the ...

The Magnificent Badlands

A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 18, 2014

7 photos

... Authorized as Badlands National Monument on March 4, 1929, it was not established until January 25, 1939. It was re-designated a national park on November 10, 1978.

Under the Mission 66 plan, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center was constructed for the monument in 1957–58. The park also administers the nearby Minuteman Missile National Historic ...

Other places to stay in Wall

Traveler Photos Ann's Motel Wall

Did I say rock
Wall, United States