Full service resort with lots of repeat business, nestled in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. The resort has 24 well appointed cabins with a variety of configurations that sleep 2 to 8 people per cabin. Cabin amenities include TVs, wet-bars, high speed internet, quality bedding and more, and some have bathrooms. There are also large cabins with separate bedrooms and bathrooms. Guests can relax in the heated in-ground 40 ft. swimming pool and hot tub. There are 2 laundromats, and a bathhouse with private showers. Breakfast and dinner are served in the full bar/pavilion area. The bar has a full liquor license. The park welcomes groups, weddings and family reunions. Guests can re-group after exploring Deadwood, Sturgis, and the Black Hills. The resort has a good reputation and is known as a peaceful place to relax and refresh. The location, liquor license, and many amenities keep guests coming back year after year.
Heated 18’ X 45’ swimming pool. 8 person hot tub. Playground. Cable TV in cabins. Wifi. Firepits. Camp store. Full bar and grill. Laundry facilities. Propane filling station. Picnic pavilion.
Sometimes it can be tough finding the perfect place where it is possible to entertain an entire family or group. You have to have things to do for the kids, places to kick back and relax, and just fun for the whole family in general. The park has a heated pool, hot tub, playground, restaurant and full bar with indoor and outdoor seating and a new picnic pavilion. It is a peaceful oasis with enough activities to keep everyone entertained.
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Dubbed the “largest gatherings of motorcycle enthusiasts in the world,” the Sturgis Bike Rally attracts 500k visitors from all over the country and the world. Each rally is packed full of events and performances and has become a pit stop for some of the biggest bands in the music industry. The rally has been held every year, with few exceptions, since 1938. In October 2016, the city of Sturgis expanded the city’s dates to the 10-day format to begin the rally on the Friday before the first full week of August and end on the second Sunday.
Over 3 million visitors per year travel to the South Dakota Black Hills for the sole purpose of visiting one of America’s most patriotic landmarks, Mount Rushmore. However, there are literally hundreds of other attractions in the area that are equally enjoyable. Deadwood, Spearfish, Rapid City, Boulder Canyon, several national parks and memorials. The High Plains Western Heritage Center and Museum, 1880 Train, Journey Museum. Evans Plunge (world’s largest naturally warm mineral water indoor pool and water park located in Hot Springs). The Mammoth Site, Wild Horse Sanctuary, Wind Cave National Cave and Park. Black Hills Balloons.