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Old 04-05-2018, 04:18 PM   #21
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Devil's Tower is only a couple of hours away across the border in Wyoming... another sight to try to catch while you are there. Mostly I-90, then good roads to the tower (and a KOA close by the park entrance.)
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Old 04-05-2018, 05:19 PM   #22
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Devil's Tower is only a couple of hours away across the border in Wyoming... another sight to try to catch while you are there. Mostly I-90, then good roads to the tower (and a KOA close by the park entrance.)
I second Devil's Tower. Good roads and a pretty drive.
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Old 04-06-2018, 07:37 PM   #23
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Made the drive twice now from West to East on that route when we moved from WA to FL. But have also made the trip through the Black Hills.

If you come across NE on 20, I'd come up 385 to Custer. From there you have access to the Black Hills. Be sure to make the drive up through all of the small towns in the Hills and up toward Deadwood.

I would say visit Mt. Rushmore during the day and the Crazy Horse monument at night for the laser show. If you haven't already booked a campsite near Mt. Rushmore, I would recommend Big Pine Campground in Custer. It's in the pines, a bit more on the rustic camping side vs. pavement and grass, but quiet and the sites are separated. The camp owners were super friendly, guided us to our site, and made sure we were all set before they went back to the office. Also, if you have time and aren't too claustrophobic, visit the nearby Jewel Caves and take the guided tour in to the caves.

Be sure to take the time to drive through the Badlands National Park as well outside of Rapid City. Pretty drive and you can probably get through in a couple of hours, depending on how many stops you make for viewing and pictures.


We have all ready booked our site at Big Pine campground. And plan on seeing all those things. Heck maybe after we are there me may stay longer LOL!
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Old 04-06-2018, 07:38 PM   #24
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Thanks for all the input happy camping
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