State Game Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsState Game Lodge Custer
This park is small, nice large sites, plenty of green space and great bath houses
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... side of the camper. I think it siphoned around and collected on top of the gray water tank. When I cranked up the braces the camper could shift and the water ran off the top.
The trip down was absolutely beautiful. It was not breathtaking vistas but beautiful green pastures and hay fields with lots of horses and cows. Until we got down to the Black Hills it was low rolling hills. We took a series of two lane roads all the way down. Their two lane roads are straight, 65 mph, ...
... with someone less insane then you are
2. When they say windy road next 3 miles - they freakin mean it
3. South Dakota is all Hills
4. Always be wary of a place that has signs on every roadway that say when flashing return to the town you came from
5. Whisky calms the nerves so always have some handy for your self or your travel partner
6. Breathe and try again ...
... stops included. Oh, how I was mistaken...About halfway through my drive, the wind on I-90 kicked up to 40-50mph. This was not great news for my tiny car. What's more, shortly after the gusts began, so did the lightning storm. I won't lie, it was pretty sweet to look at, but the accompanying rain required me to stay focused on the road. But the sky did clear up eventually, and I finally was able to get off the interstate. I wasn't out of the woods yet, ...
Since we started traveling, we generally do not have long sight-seeing days. Partly because we do not need to cram everything into one long day—we can take our time and really enjoy each moment and each sight. We also tend to have shorter days because I (Lisa) still have a lot of days that I struggle with pain. It seems like the longer ...
... and flatlands the entire trip. Pretty much nothing to see, and no where to pee. So you can imagine what we had to do for potty breaks. We got into Rapid City before the storm hit, there was a tornado watch in the area. Our guardian angels were watching over us. We checked into our hotel and went out to dinner. You see whenever we finish our days' journey, our children are pretty close to losing it, and they go crazy when they get into ...