Mt. Rushmore'S President View Resort

Address: 106 Highway 16a, Keystone, South Dakota, 57702, United States | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located on 106 Highway 16a, Keystone, is near Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Presidential Trail, President's Slide, and Big Thunder Gold Mine.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMt. Rushmore'S President View Resort Keystone

    Reviewed by deb.mueller

    Sad Exercise Facilities

    Reviewed Jul 13, 2015
    by (2 reviews) Wheaton, Illinois, United States , United States Flag of United States

    One of the reasons we chose this hotel was that they have an exercise room and a pool. The exercise room has four pieces of busted up equipment that I wouldn't trust to not kill me.

    If the pool is longer than 15 yards I'd be shocked. It's usually full of screaming kids, and when I was finally able to swim some laps tonight, I kept getting long hairs stuck on my face. Just yuck.

    The room is tiny, but clean. There is inadequate storage space and outlets. I might recommend this as a family place, but not for adults traveling alone.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by joe3523

    Its a place to stay

    Reviewed Jun 19, 2013
    by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    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.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mt. Rushmore'S President View Resort Keystone

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    Travel Blogs from Keystone

    My Faith has been Restored

    A travel blog entry by deb.mueller on Jul 14, 2015

    4 photos

    When we got into our room last night, I realized that I didn't have my wallet. Searched the car...not there. Emptied all the luggage...nope. Wonderful. Second day of vacation, and my wallet is gone. After a fitful night's sleep, we started making phone calls. Finally, we talked to the visitors center at Badlands, and they had it! Unfortunately that …

    Heading Home - South Dakota, Mount Rushmore etc

    A travel blog entry by atkinsranch on Sep 18, 2015

    6 comments, 19 photos

    ... as if claiming the area for his people, the Sioux. This ...

    Mt. Rushmore

    A travel blog entry by coronafamily on Aug 03, 2015

    21 photos

    Mt. Rushmore is an amazing piece of artwork. I can't imagine the work everyday the workers had to do to complete this, by feel and not sight hanging from ropes.

    October 4, 1927 - October 31, 1941Mount Rushmore is a project of colossal proportion, colossal ambition and colossal achievement. It involved the efforts of nearly 400 men and women. The duties involved varied greatly from the call boy to drillers to the blacksmith to ...

    Madison, Sioux Falls and Mount Rushmore

    A travel blog entry by joshsenior on Jul 18, 2015

    18 photos

    ... in Sioux Falls, we hit the road early for Keystone. Enroute, we went to visit the Badlands National Park which is the Northern point of the Great Plains. The Badlands National Park has had the highest recovery of dinosaur fossils over any other area in the world. It really isn't what I expecting to see; you would be stretched to find one tree in the entire park. We were also lucky to go to the world's only Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota. I would have to say the ...

    Tatanka (Lakota Indian for Bison)

    A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jun 29, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... and three pig-tailed shaped wooden bridges. My brother Jim will really enjoy riding his Harley-Davidson here in August.

    The final stop was Mt. Rushmore. It was definitely worth seeing - an impressive piece of artwork on a grand scale. Constructed by over 400 men in 12 years, 90% of the sculpture was created by blasting the rock off the mountain with dynamite. We hiked in the 6/10 of a mile to the base of the mountain and could see ...