If you’re planning on having a look at the U.S.’ old presidents in stone form, be sure to enjoy the rest that South Dakota has to offer. After all, Mount Rushmore is not the only cool outdoor area to experience in the sportsman’s haven that is SD. There are many unique ways to experience the state, especially by hiking Spearfish Canyon, one of the most dramatic canyons in the west. How about a swim through Cascade Falls; where a public swimming hole offers 67-degree water and an ambient surrounding perfect for picnics. Start your experience near Mount Rushmore by glamping in one of these unique accommodations below. Some are based in the deserts of SD while others are in the state’s Black Hills, but no matter where you stay, you’ll stay comfortable.