Arrival date 25th of July 2004. One night.
The lodges are not very spacious. They have everything you need except a television. But that was for us not a problem. Only keep the door of the bathroon closed. Sometimes it smells not so good. Sewer?? I don't know if it was an incident or a structural problem.
The room was not expansive. $70 a night for 2 children and 2 adults and also you stay in a national park. What do you want more. It was not a "bad" experience in the Badlands.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cedar Pass Lodge offers unique accommodations in Badlands National Park. Newly built cabins in 2012 and 2013 affords visitors the chance to relax in comfort offering Queen or King hand crafted lodge pole pine beds & furnishings. All cabins are outfitted with small refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, AC/Heat, ceiling fan, on demand hot water heater, upscale sheets/linens, bamboo towels, Lakota made lamp, flat screen TV and Adirondack chairs on the front porch. All cabins were locally made and were built to Gold level LEEDs specifications including re-purposed resources of naturally fallen beetle kill pine from the Black Hills of South Dakota paneling the walls & ceilings of these quaint cabins of the Badlands. ... more less
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- Cedar Pass Lodge Cabins Hotel Badlands National Park