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We stayed here as part of an Insight Tour of Western National (and in this case, state) parks. Creekside Lodge is well named. It's about a 3-4 minute walk to the main lodge, where a restaurant is available (reviewed separately).
There are numerous hikes available...More
This place is outdated and in need of attention. The lobby looks great but the rooms are less desirable especially when you pay what you pay. There is only one restaurant on site and dinner will cost you 50.00 or more for two people as...More
We Moved to CreekSide after experiencing NO heat in a cabin at State Game Lodge. We were so happy to walk into a very comfy room with 2 oversized chairs and listened to the sound of rushing creek behind us. The King bed was super...More
EXCELLENT!!!! What more can I say? Well...... we took the 3:30 p.m. buffalo jeep safari tour and they took us out to the chuckwagon dinner. Our guide Randy, hello Randy, was excellent. We learned so much about the park, the buffalo, and other animals from...More
The room was beautiful, they allowed us to check in early, coffee was supplied and enjoyed. However for the price of the room, I would of expected a hot tub or heated pool to relax the muscles from a long journey across the country while...More
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The State Game Lodge is right next to Creekside Lodge and has a dining room open for for all three meals. You can also take the short drive into the town of Custer which has dining options (personal favorite it Black Hills... More
The State Game Lodge is right next to Creekside Lodge and has a dining room open for for all three meals. You can also take the short drive into the town of Custer which has dining options (personal favorite it Black Hills Burger and Bun). Custer State Park also gas a dining room in Sylvan Lake Lodge but it's a bit of a drive from Creekside Lodge.
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"While we did not have a balcony, one would be nice if your there when the weather is warm. Having our..."