Budget Host Sundowner
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBudget Host Sundowner Kadoka
This was the only place with rooms. The room had a dirty wash cloth and the garbage hadn't been emptied but the sheets and bed were clean. Also the breakfast was decent. This place is't fancy but it is fine if you jsut need a place to stay.
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Travel Blogs from Kadoka
... connections and fittings and it seemed ok. Filled it up yesterday and had it on since without any loss so we are good to go.
I am thoroughly disappointed in the RV industry though. I though there would be a great support network for those on the road via the local dealers given the nature of what they sell. Most told me they were too busy and one lady wanted to schedule me almost 3 weeks out ...
... two or three miles of intense advertising for a trap near where I am now. It promised that the prairie dogs that lived around the Ranch Store were "keen and never mean." This store is a dump with a huge prairie dog statue out front. You can go out back and feed them, but be careful, as NPS signs indicate, prairie dogs have plague. We made our way to the wide Missouri at Chamberlain and stopped for a quick lunch after surveying the river from the same bluff where Lewis and ...
We didn't leave until 10:30 am since we didn't have that far to go - 100 miles. Eventually we arrived at the Sleepy Hollow RV Campground. Cost $31/night with Good Sam discount. We've been to Wall before so we decided to go and visit the famous Wall Drug Store. We enjoyed our 5 cent coffee and resisted the urge to get a donut. Murray picked up some new T-shirts and we headed home before the pending thunder storm. We ate dinner at home and settled in for the ...
... ocher, white, black, green and a thousand others. On one side of the road you have peaks and spires called hoodoos and you look to the other and it is plains as far as the eye can see. Words cannot express the beauty. Wildlife abounds in the Badlands. We saw prairie dogs, mountain elk, cattle, bison, deer, and birds. To think that we stood where Lewis and Clark traveled and photographed the ...
... off the frost and pack up the gear, but got on the road to SD by 9. The weird thing was we saw a herd of buffalo outside our camp ground. Beautiful and majestic creatures, but lots of flies, enough so that we took a load with us in the car and spent the morning trying to blow them out the windows. Of course we needed to stop by Mitchell and check out the Corn Place and while we were off the highway why not visit Woonsocket ...