Super 8 Wall

Address: 711 Glenn Street, Wall, South Dakota, 57790, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 711 Glenn Street, Wall, is near Wall Drug, Badlands Wall, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, and Wounded Knee: The Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wall

    From Fargo to Wall

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 11, 2014

    11 photos

    Left Fargo at 8:00 am. Interstate 29 is a straight shot to Sioux Falls.  After 60 miles got to South Dakota and stopped at information center.  Had fun watching a small yellow crop duster making numerous runs to spray field across the highway. He was making his turns at a very low altitude right above us.  Fifty miles north of Sioux Falls at …

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

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 05, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... on each tour. Tickets are free but on a first come first serve basis. When we saw a bunch of cars at the visitor center, we found that all the tickets for the day were gone. We could come back at 8 in the morning, but we already had plans for tomorrow, so we decided to drive down to the site and take a couple of pictures outside, and drive to the second site where you could take a picture of a missile still loaded in the silo. On the way ...

    Badlands Part 2

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 19, 2015

    29 photos

    ... the Badlands, overstuffed leather furniture, in a giant room with a massive fireplace. This lodge is very low key and low maintenance. The lodge is actually a series of small cabins. The restaurant looks like any greasy spoon in any town. Surprisingly, the gift shop is well equipped with camping supplies, some foods and medicinal supplies, and all kinds of hand-made art work and various western books, jewelry, and assorted tchotchkes.


    These Lands are BAD

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on May 18, 2015

    3 comments, 34 photos

    ... m here, let’s go catch some prairie dogs.”

    On this note, we decide to return to the camper. We are grateful to have escaped the worst of the storms on our way here, and we are happy to be safely parked at the campground. Our first look at the Badlands emphasizes the healthy respect we have for the Native Americans who lived here, and the pioneers who traveled west to begin new lives. And so on this note, we call it a night.

    Day 5: The Badlands

    A travel blog entry by kbwhitman on Aug 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... near Chamberlain, SD for a rest area with a "scenic overlook." So I took the exit which brought me on an overpass that looked out west, and my jaw dropped. I had just gotten a taste of what this scenic overlook would be. I parked, got out of my car, and walked a bit to the lookout point, where, about a mile west, you could clearly see the Missouri River, surrounded by Chamberlain to the north, Oacoma to the west, and beautiful hills in the distance. Unfortunately, ...