Expert Travel Advice to South Dakota

Top Answers To South Dakota Travel Questions

  • Lacy answered:
    When we went for a family vaca, it was packed! I would suggest booking ahead of time. You might also want to look into camping. There are campgrounds all over the place- it's cheaper and a lot more fun.
  • Alistair answered:
    Adding to blackhillsgrrl's excellent recommendations, Watiki is featured as one of Away.com's top water-park resorts (http://bit.ly/k4ipFt). Affordable accommodations for WaTiki are available at Rapid City's Fairfield Inn & Suites (http://bit.ly/k4ipFt) and La Quinta Inn & Suites (http://bit.ly/k4ipFt). Have fun!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There was some camping around custer state park on Hwy 16A. This rode was the most fun I had in SD. Tunnels thru rocks you could drive thru, buffalo around several corners, truly back to nature, tight twisty roads and did I mention buffalo up close and personal. Get on right outside of Keystone and you will pass a few campsites before entering Custer State Park, even little cabins you can rent.
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Below is a link to a website that will either send you a travel guide or give you a link to an online travel guide for free, all you have to do is give them your information. They say it will take 2-3 weeks for you to recieve it if you want it mailed to you. www.travelsd.com/About-SD/Request-Information.aspx

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