State Game Lodge
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- Pets allowed
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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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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 …
... we were through and enjoyed the park. We have a nice, level lot. The electricity is above good, and the wifi looks like it will work. Tomorrow we plan to leave camp and tour the area. We are about 15 miles from Mount Rushmore, close to Custer State Park, and the Needles Highway in the Black Hills. Not sure how much of that road Muf can go on because we think we remember a low bridge on the route. You can stay tuned and find out what ...
... encourage feeding them), so we stopped and hung out for a while.
Custer also had a great fireworks show. Iris was scared at first, but when a nearby dog started barking at them, she thought it was funny and started to warm up to the show. By this point that homesick feeling was really starting to kick in especially seeing all the big groups of friends and family together there. But before the show started, they went through ...
... There is a bathhouse across from us though, although it’s really small and there’s ALWAYS a line.
After we checked in, we rode around the Wildlife Loop Rd. We saw buffalo, lots of deer, and some burros. They call them begging burros and people stand out there and feed them all kinds of junk. Lots of people had carrots though and they followed them all over the place. One cute little bitty girl was feeding them corn flakes, and ...
While still in this area of S.D., I decided to also visit Jewel Cave National Monument. It is the 3rd longest cave system in the world, over 140 miles explored. Like Wind Cave, only about 5-10% has been discovered. Also like Wind Cave the original entrance was a very small hole. Many believe the two caves are connected, but to date no passage has been found. It was discovered by two prospecting brothers. They dynamited the ...