Super 8 Custer / Crazy Horse Area
Travel Blogs from Custer
Well, last night we decided to go to bed early. Both of us were quite tired. Unfortunately for me, though, I woke up once to a loud snore from Brian, once to what I think were people trying to imitate wolves (at least that's what I'm telling myself) and a few times to my cold feet and full bladder. We got up about 9 or so, broke camp and drove off …
... as the rock carving is the natural beauty of the Black Hills, especially the Ponderosa Pines.
After our tour of Mt. Rushmore we headed to Custer where our KOA campground is located - just about 20 min away. We had salad and burritos for dinner.
Tomorrow we're planning to see the Jewel Caves and Custer Wilderness area. If we have time we'll also check out the Wind Caves.
... enforcing" state, when Eli got pulled over for speeding, it was a non negotiable citation (ticket) for driving 79 in a 65m zone... It was bound to happen sooner or later and you just don't mess with a Wyoming State Trooper, although she was kind enough to let us photograph the incident, only after asking permission to get out of our vehicle of course.
We finally entered biker paradise, on day 6 of the national motorcycle rally, which ...
By the way, the Black Hills are called that because of their dark appearance due to all the trees.
Having seen all that we wanted to see around the Rapid City area we decided to return to Murdo for a cheap motel enroute to Sioux Falls. Along the way we saw a field of sunflowers that were just starting to bloom. It will be spectacular to look at in a few days!
... the park features 28,295 acres of mixed-grass prairie, ponderosa pine forest, and associated wildlife. It is the seventh oldest National Park and the only NP to have two layers – above ground and below ground.
We took both the Fairgrounds and the Garden of Eden Cave ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed