Description of Glamping Units
This bed and breakfast getaway is located near the Custer State Park in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The room can accommodate two guests, furnished with one handcrafted queen-size bed. The entrance to this room is located through the main lodge, past the comfortable shared lounge. This setup allows guests the privacy they want, while still having the option of meeting other guests and enjoying shared time together. The private, full bathroom just a few steps down the hallway, is decorated with touches of a bright Buffalo checkered pattern and has a shower, a sink, and an outhouse-inspired toilet. The bathroom is already stocked with toiletries, like a hairdryer and fluffy towels for ease and convenience. Read More
- Cell service
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Towels provided
Guests who stay in the main bed & breakfast will have access to a shared, cozy lounge area that features comfortable Western-style seating, rustic beamed ceilings, a large flat-screen television, and a refrigerator with beverages that glampers can enjoy at their leisure. This property also comes with complementary Wi-Fi. Each guest room accommodation is individually controlled for heat. Air conditioning is not common in this area due to the low nightly temperatures and rare humidity.
- Breakfast included
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
This bed and breakfast is located in Custer, South Dakota in the beautiful Black Hills. Guests will enjoy glamping in this cozy log home situated on a beautiful 20-acre site that's full of Ponderosa pine trees and pastures. Right from the deck, guests can marvel at the wild deer and turkeys roaming around.
Custer State Park is only 10 minutes away, along with great hiking trails like the Mickelson Trail. Downtown Custer City is less than five minutes away, where guests will find great restaurants and shopping. The incredible Mount Rushmore is only a 30-minute drive from the property. In the Black Hills of South Dakota, glampers can truly escape the hustle and bustle of daily life in the rugged hills and rocky outcroppings. Read More
A mouthwatering breakfast is complementary with a stay in the main lodge, and is served on a charming farm table that's piled with warm, home cooked dishes. At breakfast, guests can enjoy freshly brewed coffee, baked eggs with ham, German baked pancakes filled with stewed apples or fresh peaches, French toast covered in strawberries, freshly baked caramel rolls, scones, and muffins. If the weather is nice, guests can enjoy their meal on the deck under the sunshine. This bed and breakfast can accommodate any food allergies or diet preferences.
If guests are staying in the cabin, however, breakfast is not included. Glampers may enjoy this delicious meal for an added price. Read More
- Bird watching
- Helicopter flight
- Horseback riding
- Hot air balloon
- Hot springs
- Jeep tours
- Mini golfing
- Music festivals
- Paddle boarding
- Wildlife viewing
- Wine tasting
Glampers must check out Mount Rushmore, a historic memorial of past presidents in the United States. This once a lifetime opportunity allows guests to finally see the memorial that has been featured in almost every history textbook guests have grown up with.
Within Custer State Park, guests can visit Sylvan Lake. This lake has been called the “gem” of the park by locals, and with its clear water surrounded by tall rocks and serene trees, it’s easy to see why. Afterwards, guests may stop by the Black Hills Burger and Bun Co for a juicy burger in a modern and updated environment.
Guests will be a short 15-minute drive to the Crazy Horse Memorial. Continuing the progress on the world’s largest sculptural undertaking by carving a Memorial of Lakota leader Crazy Horse, the Mountain is 6,532 ft and ranks 27th highest mountain in South Dakota. It is made of pegmatite granite and was chosen by Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski & Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear for the Crazy Horse Memorial.
The INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA® and NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL CENTER® feature American Indian art and artifacts from tribes across North America and offer the opportunity for guests to be hands-on with “make & take” activities. In the summer guests enjoy visiting with Native American Artisans, watching American Indian dancers perform and learning more through our Thursday lecture series.
Within 30 minutes, guests can drive to Wind Cave National Park or Jewel Cave National Monument, two of the longest and most complex caves in the world.
Should glampers desire a bit longer drive, guests can easily spend a day at either Devils Tower National Monument or the Badlands National Park.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Children over 12 years of age are welcome.
This site is non-smoking and pets are not welcome.
Indoor parking for motorcycles can be arranged if guests give hosts an advanced notice.
Check-in is from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Check-out is at 11 a.m.