We stayed in a small sleeping cabin. The cabin was not too small: 2 beds, a small table and chairs, and plenty of room to move around, however, there was no closet. Bathroom was good sized, lots of counter space, but shower stall is quite small. The cabin was spotless and appeared to have been recently updated. Linens were fine. Flat screen TV, no phone, and cell phone service is quite tricky everywhere in the Keystone/Custer area. We were surprised to find that we did have wireless access, but only in one corner of the room.
I had really struggled over whether to stay in Custer State Park or in one of the surrounding towns. Even with the extra driving, I am so glad we stayed in the park. It was the highlight of our trip. The surrounding towns are very touristy and the park is so beautiful, very quiet, wildlife everywhere. We ate at the different lodges and the food was very good, surprisingly good even. Everyone was incredibly friendly and went out of their way to be helpful. I do not think I would hesitate for a minute to stay at any of the facilities in the park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Custer State Park, this family accommodation once served as housing for the state's game keepers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- State Game Hotel Custer
- State Game Resort