State Game Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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This park is small, nice large sites, plenty of green space and great bath houses
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Monday, June 9, 2014- WHERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE ? Colorado, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Wyoming June 9- 21 Sally's Birthday travel adventure of 2014 has begun. Alan was our taxi and arrived at our place at 6:20 AM (early) We are flying United and their restored terminal is beautiful. So far it is not crowded and we are waiting to board at 8 …
... br> In a somewhat cynical mood we drove to Custer, South Dakota to check into our hotel. Custer, of course, is named after the infamous General George Armstrong Custer who died at Little Bighorn at the hands of Crazy Horse and his friends.
In the mood for more Black Hills beauty, we decided to visit the Custer State Park to observe some ...
... I've ever fished! We had a few nibbles, Cameron saw brook trout, and a red eared slider turtle, but no catches. We hiked a just a little around the lake and climbed the rocks for an even better view...breathtaking! The cool thing about the lake is that we are actually high in the mountains! Hard to believe how high up we are when there's a ...
... no guard rails with huge drop offs on either side. The payoff was vistas of these beautiful mountains covered with the Ponderosa pines and punctuated with the granite needles that look like giant chimneys to me. The road included a couple dramatic tunnels through the rock - pretty tight with the Suburban! One of the most exciting features was the Cathedral Rocks. Its a series of tall granite needle spires that are ...
... She cried when we set a limit there, but I cry when I'm limited from doing stupid things I want to do. The sun was up, but it was past our kids' central standard bedtimes. They were cranky. Andrew was throwing rocks at kids and Ana was kicking and screaming. We went back to camp, ate, and convinced them to go to bed. Tomorrow we will head across the endless grasses to North Dakota, then things will get tight. The Fourth is coming and we don't like making reservations. It should get ...