Spearfish Canyon Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpearfish Canyon Lodge Lead
Awesome Hotel! The rooms are large and clean, and the hotel even has outdoor hot tubs. But the view out of our window was great! Also there are 3 hiking trails on premises - two with waterfalls
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Woke to a brilliant crisp sunny morning - excited about the day but left wondering how much better the previous 3 days would have been had it been sunny. We headed out of Yellowstone Park towards the East Entrance stopping at the Mud Volcano. This area was formed by resurgent domes- areas of active ground deformation with fluctuation of the magma …
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Today was intended as a day of relaxation. We've been keeping up a hectic pace since we left, and decided to just take it easy and enjoy the Spearfish Canyon Lodge. We slept in late, and didn't even get coffee until 6:30. Remember, we're on Mountain time now, so that's 8:30 Orlando time. This hotel is one of the few that does not offer a free …
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