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Old 08-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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I 90 South Dakota

We are on the way to Rapid City, SD.On I 90. Any recommendations for a overnight stay about half way between Sioux City and Rapid City, SD ? 8/12/12 is our stay date. We are in a 39' class A with a tow.

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Old 08-10-2012, 03:49 PM   #2
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South Dakota, City=Oacoma,
Alls Owasis

Right off the 90 easyon/off
50amp full service
Site 10 was 34.67/night with good sam/aarp/AAA
Stayed there in June 2012

OacomaAlls Owasis6/1/2012 Mylayesyesyes#10$34.67 w/ goodsam/aarp/aaaa

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Old 08-10-2012, 04:14 PM   #3
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Agree with Qwert66, Al's oasis was good for an overnight. Very easy on and off. A couple of easy to get in fuel stations there also.
There is a also nice campground down the hill from Al's about mile and closer to the Missouri River frontage. We didn't stay at that one, just drove in exploring. But for an overnight I would just go to Al's. I had a buffalo burger at Al's Oasis tourist stop restaurant and was sorry I didn't just eat in the RV. I would not recommend the Restaurant, just the campground.
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