Thank you for an escape from the world. Coming here was coming back to reality! Your hospitality and genuine friendship was much appreciated. A fiv...
Thank you for an escape from the world. Coming here was coming back to reality! Your hospitality and genuin...
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in the Woods of Rapid City, South DakotaRapid City, South Dakota (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This bed and breakfast accommodation is located in Rapid City, South Dakota, and can accommodate two guests. It consists of a bedroom and an en-suite bathroom. In the bedroom, guests will find a queen-size bed and a pair of windows that provide views of Rapid Creek. In the bathroom, they will find a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
Other amenities include free Wi-Fi, a hairdryer, a heated mattress pad, and daily housekeeping. Right outside the suite's private entrance, guests will find the lodge's wraparound deck. On the site, they will also find the communal areas of the lodge (see the Facilities section), a fire pit, a barbecue area, free parking, and hiking trails. Read More
- Private bathroom
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
At the main lodge of the site, guests will find a communal great room, a television area, a dining room, library, wraparound decks with seating and a view of the creek, and a backyard with tucked away spaces for guests to relax. Other on-site amenities include free Wi-Fi, free parking, daily housekeeping, a fire pit, a barbecue area, and hiking trails.
During their stay, guests can enjoy complimentary coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and soda, as well as a complimentary breakfast. There is also beer, wine, and pizza available for purchase from the dining room.
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Meeting room
- TV room
Location + Surroundings
Nestled among the peaceful ponderosa pines, rough-hewn rock formations, and rolling landscape of Black Hills National Forest, this glamping site is located in a quiet canyon just outside Rapid City, South Dakota, situated right by the babbling waters of Rapid Creek. It is on the western edge of the forest, which encompasses over 1.2 million acres of forested hills, mountains canyons, streams, and more. As such, it feels serenely secluded, far removed from the hecticness of modern life—and yet, it is less than 12 miles from the heart of downtown Rapid City, meaning guests do not need to sacrifice the conveniences of civilization to experience the benefits of a getaway to the great outdoors.
Altogether, the forest contains 450 miles of trails, 1,300 miles of streams, 26 picnic areas, 11 reservoirs, two scenic byways, hundreds of plotted climbing courses, and numerous mineral deposits, rock beds, and caves—in addition to the separately administered, but contiguous attractions of Mount Rushmore National Monument, Jewel Cave National Monument (which contains the third longest cave in the entire world), Crazy Horse Memorial, and Wind Cave National Park (which contains 95% of the entire world's boxwork formations).
Amid this wealth of attractions, guests will find Black Hills Caverns, Buzzard's Roost, and Shanks Quarry Motorized Trailhead right by the site. Meanwhile, they will also find a panoply of restaurants, shops, museums, and more at nearby Rapid City. Points of interest include the Museum of Geology, the Journey Museum and Learning Center, Reptile Gardens, Dinosaur Park, the South Dakota Air and Space Museum, and the Dahl Arts Center. To the east of the city, guests will find even more natural wonders to explore at Badlands National Park. The site is about 20 minutes from downtown Rapid City and 40 minutes from Rapid City Regional Airport. Read More
During their stay, guests can choose to add one or more of the following package deals to their getaway: (1) rock climbing via local climbing schools; (2) mountain lake paddling with equipment and a guide/instructor provided; (3) shuttle service to one of the biking trailheads in the area and/or a guide to one of the more challenging, hidden trails; and (4) gourmet pizza made and delivered right on site. The site can also accommodate large groups, reunions, weddings, and other celebrations. Please contact the host for more details. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife viewing
- Winter sports
At Black Hills National Forest, guests can choose from a vast variety of outdoor recreation options. They can go mountain biking on dozens of biking trails; hiking on 450 miles of hiking trails; fishing in ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers for fish such as rainbow trout, perch, and crappies; horse riding on numerous different horse riding trails; and picnicking at one of 26 picnic areas.
Guests can also go gold panning and rockhounding at the forest's numerous mineral deposits and rock beds; caving in one of the its many caves; rock climbing on hundreds of plotted climbing courses; sightseeing on one of its scenic byways; boating, swimming, kayaking, and waterskiing at one of its reservoirs and lakes; and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, and snowmobiling in the winter.
Day-trip opportunities include some the areas most famous attractions: Mount Rushmore National Monument, Jewel Cave National Monument (which contains the third longest cave in the entire world), Crazy Horse Memorial, and Wind Cave National Park (which contains 95% of the entire world's boxwork formations). Guests can also find even more outdoor recreation and sightseeing options at Badlands National Park, to the east of Rapid City.
In Rapid City itself, guests can shop, dine, and visit attractions such as he Museum of Geology, the Journey Museum and Learning Center, Reptile Gardens, Dinosaur Park, the South Dakota Air and Space Museum, and the Dahl Arts Center.
For guests who want to enjoy some of the recreation opportunities listed above without having to do all of the planning themselves, or who simply would enjoy a discount, a number of package deals are available. Please see the Services section for more details.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are not permitted. Guests will mobility issues should be aware that access to their accommodation may require them to use stairs, and the rocky, uneven, and inclined terrain of the site may be difficult for them to traverse. Please contact the host for more details if accessibility is a concern. Read More