Big Sky Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Sky Lodge Rapid City
Located on the south side of Rapid City (toward Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse), but not as close as, say, Keystone. The price is what lured us to book a room here (not to mention that they HAD a room available when we called on the day we were arriving). Good continental breakfast.
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... in Rapid City for brunch at 10:30 am. It was fun catching up with everyone and the food was quite good. After brunch everyone came back to Hart Ranch and we toured them around the premises. We spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing and visiting on our ...
... are sort of mortified, but also in hysterics.
OK, out of there and on to Custer State Park. On the way I tell Bill and the kids that Mary Fred suggested we do a Cowboy Cookout and Hayride. She said that it sounds hokey but was great. Actually, this is not the 1st time I am bringing this up, but now it is TODAY so it is suddenly real. The idea of a Cowboy cookout hayride is not met with enthusiasm. There is also a ...
... hill and below and in the distance are Buffalo/Byson’s everywhere. They’re all over the road and fields surrounding and we were going to get some great photos. We pull up and they’re literally walking in front of the car, walking right up to the window and making the weirdest noise (a cross between a pig and cow moo). Certainly beastly like creatures they are, but it was fun getting some up close photos of them. After spending at least ...
... the mattress and the plywood bed board. "If the hail came through the barrier of the truck, as least I will have another layer of protection.", I surmised. Around three a.m. the storm quieted down. Yes. Three plus hours of this storm. And I wrapped the blanket around me and my fatigued self and fell asleep. I woke up at about five-fifteen to an amazing sunrise. An amazing sunrise and a truck with a newly dimpled roof and hood. But no broken glass. The luck continues.
My mother had originally hoped we could take her to the Rapid City airport on the motorcycle, but as my father and I were returning from Hot Springs we noticed the sky getting very dark. We knew of two car rental places listed online for the Custer area so we thought we would look into getting a car.
The closest location to our hotel was the county airport, which we found to be void of rental cars ...