by Lisa Meyers McClintick
Custer State Park’s most elegant resort offers 67 units including lodge rooms and cabins near its lovely granite-wrapped lake. With a beach, fishing, restaurants and trailheads galore, it’s an easy place to stay put. Kids will love renting paddleboats or kayaks, too.
Our Editor Loves
- Rustic cabins and onsite dining
- Paddleboat and kayak rentals
- Housekeeping Cabins with kitchens or kitchenettes
We visited end of season and had a great time. Before you book a resort in the wilderness you should know this is not Rapid City and cabins are different from hotel rooms. Some people miss to check their demands and are frustrated when Wi-Fi or cell phone doesn’t work. We stayed at the Honeymoon cabin and had the best time of our life thou we arrived Oct 10th, when a blizzard battered Dakota. Never been closer to nature.
We had the honeymoon cabin for one week in October.It was so much more than we expected. Absolutely stunning people,romantic cabin, good food, a cozy bar and the view from the cabin-priceless.This is a real romantic hideaway right in the middle of mother nature.