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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... have done that a few times, and it still makes me a bit nervous after a while. It is just sooooo dark! Overall the tour was really neat. I'm so glad I did it.
On our way up to our hotel in Keystone, we drove through the Wildlife loop of Custer State Park. Paul's dad said that we would definitely see animals on this road. But it took a while. It seemed that we drove for a many miles before ...
... trout and even some snapping turtles. There were young people available to help the kids learn to cast and put worms on their hooks. Zoe caught a large trout which managed to break off her line AND bobber and proceed to drag the bobber around the pond just out of reach of our fish net. Poppy caught a large mouthed bass. The best fisher person was a young girl who managed to catch 4 fish before we had to quit and go home. She did say she fishes a lot at ...
... and hot, with no visible smoke.
We also learned why the area is called the "Black Hills". The plains
Indians (Lakota Sioux) discovered and populated the area. When they
viewed the hills from a distance the hills appeared to be black, caused
by the shadows of the trees that grow here. Thus it got its name.
We also saw some pronghorn antelope and deer as we traversed the park. It is a very pretty area.
Then it was onward to our next stop that ...
... of The Corn Palace. Basically a giant warehouse of **** you can buy. But the warehouse is covered in corn. Odd yes but we thought it was interesting. Then on to the Badlands (breathtakingly beautiful) and of course a stop at Wall Drug. How could we not. Porters fav of the day Wall Drug. Natalie's favorite was the Badlands "it's amazing that Nature made this, so cool!" And if course Brooke"Mom, at the Corn Palace, there was a Christmas tree, that was ...
Another beautiful day in The Black Hills of South Dakota. Today we took a scenic ride through Custer State Park in hopes of seeing the Buffalo. Very disappointed in the lack of wild animals. We did see a White Tailed Deer (no big deal, see those at home) a few Elk and in the distance many Buffalo that were too far away ...