For those visiting the national memorial site of Mount Rushmore, there’s a natural world of adventure to explore nearby it. If you’re traveling to South Dakota to see the world-class attraction, be sure to check out some of the cool outdoor areas that surround it, including the Mickelson Trail that covers more than 100 miles of South Dakota’s Black Hills National Forest—the natural reserve being an attraction of its own. There’s also the Might Mo’. Famous for being explored by the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the river serves as a hotspot for kayaking and paddling activities. To start your experience near Mount Rushmore, choose one of these unique glamping locations below. From safari tents to western caravans, you’ll find precisely the home you need to enjoy your stay in South Dakota.