Mt. Rushmore'S President View Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMt. Rushmore'S President View Resort Keystone
The hotel is in the middle of Keystone but it is somewhat dated, ugly, and there was no free breakfast. The room is small, still has a rear projection Zenith TV, and wall papered with flowers.
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Here is some basic information about South Dakota:
Important Cities- Sioux Falls, Rapid
Year of Statehood- November 2, 1889
State Flower- American Pasque Flower
State Bird- ring-necked ...
... stop, so we didn't stop, we had too much to do today.
Then we stopped at Wind Cave. Paul and I did the Natural Entrance Cave Tour. We didn't actually go through the natural entrance. It was too small. This was a pretty easy tour. 300 steps, but most of them were going down. It was very cool to see inside a cave. We got to see the natural state of the cave, or also known as complete ...
... we were not impacted.
We were some of the first to arrive at Mt Rushmore which was nice because by the time we left a few hours later the place was getting crowded. We had the place to ourselves. After a group picture in front of the monument we were off on the " presidential walk" which took us near to the base of the cliff and down to the sculpture's studio. 260 steps later at an altitude of over 4000 feet we were ready to watch a very good 20 ...
... group" as we are called left for our first stop- Custer State Park, the home of about 1500 American bison, more commonly called buffalo in these parts. Since they are allowed to roam free one does not know if or how many you might see as you drive the wildlife road through the park. Well today we hit the jackpot as we saw at least 400-500 in several large groupings, mostly right on or near the road. Bulls, females and a lot of calves roaming around the area. We were not allowed out of ...
... Siding to Rapid City There were gorgeous homes with acres of cut grass. Along this road you can visit Thunderhead Underground Falls and the Black Hills Caverns. Just before Rapid (as the locals call it), we stopped to see Canyon Lake. This lovely park was hit by heavy rains in 1972 and totally submerged in water. There were many lives lost as well as homes, businesses and even a nursing home and hospital - a true ...