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Old 03-11-2013, 02:33 PM   #1
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Where to camp in the Black Hills, South Dakota

We will spend 5 days this July in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Two nights we plan to stay at the Mount Rushmore Koa for 2 or 3 nights. For the other nights I am torn between Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park, or even possibly Badlands National Park. I am looking for some opinions as to which of these would be best. We have 14 and 11 year old children.
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The Mt. Rushmore KOA is great. We stayed there a couple of years ago and enjoyed it very much. If you are going to the Badlands, the Badlands KOA is very nice as well.
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We stayed in Custer State Park. Both Game Lodge and Grace Coolidge are great campgrounds in the park.
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Old 03-11-2013, 04:34 PM   #4
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Spearfish, south dakota

Hey,
If you get any where near Spearfish, SD, try the city park. Great sites with electric and water plus a real net town to explore.
Take care, enjoy your travels,
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We stayed at HART Ranch. 7000 acre working ranch. nice parking pads, nice people. Check for discount Passport America, RPI and or C-to-Coast. Just a couple of miles from Mt Rushmore. Be sure to go to Crazy Horse. You can put all of Mt rushmore on his forehead. over in Wyo there is another KOA at the base of (can't remember name). Enjoy the Black Hills ed
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on Custer and the city park in Spearfish (there is a creek my kids played in for hours right in camp-SHHHH)
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We stayed at HART Ranch. 7000 acre working ranch. nice parking pads, nice people. Check for discount Passport America, RPI and or C-to-Coast. Just a couple of miles from Mt Rushmore. Be sure to go to Crazy Horse. You can put all of Mt rushmore on his forehead. over in Wyo there is another KOA at the base of (can't remember name). Enjoy the Black Hills ed
X2 on Hart Ranch. Great place.
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We stayed at the KOA about 6 years ago and it was great. I hope they still offer the trail ride up in the mountains for a "cowboy breakfast" . It was very nice and a beautiful view.
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