Circle View Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Circle View Guest Ranch Scenic
Travel Blogs from Scenic
... attraction with all kinds of little shops. All the different stores that operate out of Wall Drug are owned by one family. It was a crazy place! We stayed for about 15 minutes and decided we better leave before we started spending money.
We finally arrived at our campground around 8 PM last night.The road to the campground was gravel and extremely dusty. Somehow some of that dust ended up in the drawers towards the back of the RV. All of the CLEAN ...
Day 2; Stop 3: Badlands, South Dakota Coming up to the Badlands entrance, I had no idea what to expect. Looking around me I saw vibrant green grass touching the horizon in every direction, beautiful-yes, but I had seen that for the past 2 days. Following the road over the hill, we looked to the left to see the grass drop off into miles of canyons and valleys. Hues of dark browns, greys and red intertwined into bands ...
... is afraid of heights. After Mt. Rushmore we drove to the Badlands National Park. We took another scenic drive around tthis park. The rock formations were an awesome sight. We stopped at a scenic overlook, there was sign warning of rattle snakes!!!! That was enough of the great outdoors for me. I took the rest of my photos ...
... Steak and Jody had the Turkey Club which were both quite good. Since I saved a little room for some of that homemade ice cream at Wall Drug, we headed over and I had a butterscotch sundae.
Tomorrow, we are off to Badlands National Park to do a little riding and a little hiking, and ending up in Lead, South Dakota for a couple of nights.
347.9 miles today
3257.7 miles total
9.298 gallons today
83.04 gallons total
... area, so we know we’re getting closer to the Badlands. We see thousands of acres of cut grains and green fields—a haphazard checkerboard of colors. Oh, another billboard: “Help Manage Wildlife, Wear Fur.”
We finally reach Badlands National Park. We drive onto the property and see the same patchwork of grasses, but then see the tall pinnacles or rounded mounds of rock or clay. We drive the scenic route and ...