Econo Lodge

Address: 1313 South Ohlman, Mitchell, South Dakota, 57301, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 1313 South Ohlman, Mitchell, is near Corn Palace, Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, and Dakota Discovery Museum.
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          First 3 days

          A travel blog entry by valentino87 on Aug 20, 2015

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          ... up & were freezing HAHAHA…we are the kind that sleep with the A/C on in most kinds of temperatures. Well, it got a bit nippy …we didn’t need the A/C and we just kept the fan on. That had to be shut off too! We even ran cycled the furnace once to get the chill off eating breakfast.

          We departed Kellogg around 10:00 CST. I drove the bulk of the miles today which not only helped me so I ...

          Corny! And Historic, too!

          A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Aug 02, 2014

          Have stayed at this campground before - it's right behind the Super 8 Motel, and shares the swimming pool with the motel. This place is a zoo right now - with hundreds and hundreds of motorcycles everywhere - all on their way to Sturgis.
          Got here on Friday afternoon, had a swim and dinner, and relaxed. On Saturday, we went to see ...

          Night 3: Across the Prairie

          A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 25, 2014

          9 photos

          ... featured corncob renderings of an outhouse, tractors, drive-in movies, etc. The artistic style is a bit deco and reminds me of the murals put up around Chicago during the Depression by the WPA. In the late 1800's there were over two dozen if these structures all over the area , meant to boost a town's reputation and proclaim the vitality of its farmland. For example, Rapid City had an Alfalfa Palace. The aim was attracting residents and farmers. Mitchell's monument ...

          God's Country

          A travel blog entry by samabamah on Sep 24, 2013

          46 photos

          ... own Mt. Rushmore) and go straight to the wonderland of WALL DRUG, they have everything you could every want; Ice Cream, Root Beer Floats, Buffalo Burgers, Cold Beers, Taxidermy, Giant/Rideable Jackelopes, FREE ice water and so much more! We left Wall Drug with love in our hearts and complete satisfaction, no false advertisement here. 3 more hours of driving led to some one on one therapy, Shimmy confessing her childhood traumas ...

          Day 2: Little Van on the Prairie

          A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 29, 2013

          1 comment

          ... so the DNR got to work putting it all back together. It's easy to forget that they built these lakes a New Deal project during the Depression. They look like they've always been here. We drove up the Dells strip lined with busy waterparks and tourist traps. The biggest and most famous is Noah's Ark. Then there's Tommy Bartlett's ski show and neighboring "exploratory." I read once he was a popular Chicago tv or radio personality, but now his name is all about ...