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Rapid City/BlackHills Guest ServiceS Guide
Owned and Operated by: 3010 E. Hwy. 44 | Rapid City, SD 57703 Information: (605) 348-2111 | Reservations: (800) 562-8504 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Area Attractions 1A
Rapid City Walking Tour — You can begin your tour of the city at any point! The walking tour offers a great deal of information and history of the city buildings, homes, hotels and storefronts. City Tour & Historic Districts — While in the Rapid City area, be sure to see all the community has to offer by visiting the many FREE activities and attractions. Storybook Island — Have you always wanted to meet Humpty Dumpty and Pinocchio? Nursery rhymes and fairy tales come to life at this truly unique attraction located in the middle of Rapid City.
George S. Mickelson Trail — Following the historic Deadwood to Edgemont Northern rail line, this trail is 109 miles of variety, welcoming bikers, hikers, cross country skiers, horseback riders and runners alike.
85 EXIT 12
TO CODY, SPEARFISH WY KOA
EXIT 17 EXIT 23
THEODORE ROOSEVELT MONUMENT
STURGIS EXIT 30
ON NY Y WA BY
SYLVAN LAKE RESORT
S H WY BLACK HILLS PLAYHOUSE RUSHMORE
TO BADLANDS & SCENIC
TO EXIT 55 STURGIS TO EXIT 55 STURGIS
SPRIN CREE G K RD
RAPID CITY REGIONAL AIRPORT
PASS 16 TRUCK BY
TO BADLANDS, WALL & KADOKA
HARNEY PEAK EL 7242
CRAZY HORSE MONUMENT
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FIV TED BUSCOURT
STUMER RD TRUCK
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EAFB ELLSWORTH AFB MAIN GATE
SEE INSETS BELOW
STATE FISH HATCHERY
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EXIT EXIT 66 61
EXIT ELK 60 VALE RD
NAMELESS CAVE RD
TO FOUR CORNERS, WYOMING
EXIT 55 EXIT 57
BLACK HILLS VISITOR INFO CENTER
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TO PINE RIDGE TO BADLANDS TO BADLANDS NAT'LNAT'L PARK,PARK, ELLSWORTH AFB ELLSWORTH AFB
FAIRMONT BLVD FAIRMONT BLVD
TO CHADRON, NE
TO AIRPORT TO AIRPORT
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CHEYENNE ELK VALE ST
TO FORT ROBINSON, NEBRASKA
MTN VIEW RD
MTN VIEW RD
SHERIDAN LAKE RD
TO LUSK, WYOMING
SHERIDAN LAKE RD
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FULL HOOKUP WITH CABLE WATER/ELECTRIC PULL THRU
(50 AMP, CABLE, PAVED)
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TO THE WEST AND RAPID CITY/BLACK HILLS KOA! Guest Services Guide |
TV Channels 3 abc 7 fox 9 pbs 15 cbs Complete Line of Tires & Automotive Services
1508 East St. Patrick Street 1811 W Main Street 605-342-1938 605-348-3232 4B www.TMAstores.com 4A
Rapid Diesel, Inc. Diesel Performance Specialists
VW • Sprinter • GM • Dodge • Ford
• • • • •
TOTAL DIESEL REPAIR & MAINTENANCE DIESEL FUEL INJECTION SERVICE AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE GENERATOR SERVICE
www.rapiddiesel.com 1105 N. Creek Drive
LARGE RV PARTS & ACCESSORY STORE TRAVEL TRAILERS • FIFTH WHEELS
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION SERVICE
605-343-6877 120 N. Cambell St.
00 Cody KOA 5 Discount
Elev. 39° Azim. 167°
To make your stay more pleasant, we want you to know ... Guest Golf Carts, ATVs, Dirt Bikes, Mini Bikes, etc. are welcome under the following conditions: they must be insured and operated safely. Golf carts may be operated in the campground by licensed drivers at least 16 years of age. All rec vehicles may only be used to enter or leave the campground.
Services Available at the Office
• Free Wi-Fi • Free Pancake Breakfast Per Night • Camping Cabins & Deluxe Cabins • Family Pool Complex Expires • Camp K9 Dog Park 12/31/2017 • On-Site Trail Rides • Free Shuttle to Cody Rodeo www.codykoa.com • email@example.com
DIGITAL SATELLITE SYSTEM
5561 Greybull Hwy., Cody, WY 82414
21 knbn (nbc) 24 pax 27 ind
• Bus tours of the Black Hills • Souvenirs and gifts Some Activities Seasonal Not valid with any other Value Kard.
• Camping supplies • Ice, groceries, pop, beer, candy, ice cream • Religious service information • Stamps and mail drop
• Firewood • Equipment for basketball and volleyball courts, and for horseshoes • Propane
Guidelines for an Enjoyable Stay • Your neighbors should be quiet from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am so you can get some shut-eye. During quiet hours, refrain from using radios or talking loudly. • All leashes must be accompanied by a DOG! We’re fond of your pets and we hate to see them lost or hurt. Other folks will appreciate your efforts to clean up after them. If you love them, don’t leave them alone. We can refer you to doggie boarding. Please refer to the map on pgs 4 & 5 for the designated Dog Walk. Please, no pets in the buildings. • Keep a tight rein on that buggy of yours: CRAWL, THANK YOU! 10 mph. There are children galavantin’ about. We don’t want to ask you to slow down. • Check-out time is 11:00 am. • Grey water doesn’t help our trees and grass to grow, so please use our FREE Dump Station. • Remember, it can rain here! We have miles of buried irrigation lines. Parking on grass is destructive. Please park in designated areas. Carpets and mats kill our struggling green grass. Please let it grow with pride. • Enjoy a moonlit campfire in the designated fire grills! Firewood and S’mores supplies are available in the KOA Store. (Don’t be shy about sharing your goodies with the yellow-shirted staff.) Douse your campfire when not in use. • Fireworks are illegal in the Campground and anywhere in the Black Hills. • All kids under 12, take an adult to the Pool/Hot Tub with you, please. Hours posted at Pool entrance.
• Area attraction information is available in the laundries. • Thank you for keeping the West clean by kindly leaving your garbage in the big Dumpsters located throughout the campground, since garbage on the ground and in the fire rings gives our wildlife a reason to party, especially at night. Also, help keep the campground litter-free and safe by properly disposing of your cigarette butts. • It is best practice to put your awnings in if you are going to be off the campground. We can get strong wind gusts. • Tents are allowed on tent sites only. We want to keep cabin and RV site lawns as lush as we can for you. • Laundry Room sinks are reserved for washing hands and rinsing laundry. Wash dishes at your campsite or in the service sinks located at the rear of the satellite restroom buildings. • No Generators, please! • We’d be happy to direct you to car/RV washes where they recycle their water. Your mode of transportation worked hard getting you to the Black Hills. Treat it with a bath/shower located off the Campground. • Our young trees are striving to grow. Clotheslines, ropes and other supports attached to trees can create a hazard and are unsightly. Your neighbors may want to enjoy the view! Respect the rights of other campers. Please protect the grounds, trees and landscaping. Guest Services Guide |
Head for the Hills, but come back for a good night’s sleep AND
9 HOUR NARRATED TOUR, 2 MEALS & A SHOW CHUCKWAGON SUPPER AND COWBOY MUSIC VARIETY SHOW TOUR THE OLD WEST TOWN & DANCES WITH WOLVES FILM SET!
Nestled among the majestic Black Hills of South Dakota, Rapid City KOA is within close proximity to the area’s most popular attractions and fun family activities. Whether you enjoy spending time outdoors in national parks and lakes, or visiting museums and enjoying shopping and dining, you’ll find something for everyone at this KOA! With easy access from I-90, you’ll be able to get to and from all of the fun without a hassle.
Thar’s gold in them thar hills Black Hills National Forest — Seen from a distance, these famous hills do indeed look black, but once you arrive you’ll enter a world of color.
America, the beautiful Mount Rushmore National Memorial — This shrine of democracy and freedom in the Black Hills is the greatest FREE attraction in the U.S.!
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DALE’S TIRE & RETREADING YOUR COMPLETE TIRE SERVICING CENTER! EDIT ME
www.dalestire.com 3200 Cambell St. Rapid City 10A 605-348-1244 Open M-F 7a.m. - 5p.m.
691 Deadwood Ave Rapid City 10B 605-343-4560 Open M-F 8a.m. - 5p.m.
Crazy Horse Memorial Mountain Carving — Includes Sculptors, Museum, and the Indian University of North America. No State or Federal Funds accepted. Located between Hill City and Custer South Dakota; Highway 16/385.
The lay of the Badlands Badlands National Park — Located in southwestern South Dakota, this National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires amongst the largest, protected mixed grass prairie in the United States. The Badlands Wilderness Area covers 64,000 acres.
In the middle of history Deadwood — In the 1870s, Deadwood was the site of the last big frontier gold rush in North America. The entire town is a national historic landmark.
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Published on Dec 15, 2014