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Horse Creek Resort RV Sites

· Rapid City, South Dakota
18 acres
10 sites
1 Glamping
2 Vehicle/Tent
1 Caravan
6 Tent
theHCresort.com Centrally-located on 18 acres between two of the Hills’ largest and most beautiful lakes, and less than 15 miles from Rapid City and Mount Rushmore, Horse Creek Resort is the perfect creekside oasis for your next adventure. The resort is located off Highway 385, the main thoroughfare through the Black Hills National Forest, yet is peacefully nestled in a quiet valley, completely surrounded by national forestland with a tranquil year-round creek meandering throughout the property. Rock outcroppings, hiking trails and offroad trails are within footsteps of every cabin. The serene space is an outdoor sanctuary centrally-located within 20 miles of Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, Needles Eye Tunnel / Highway, and Black Elk Peak. Your adventure will also take you near Hill City, Keystone, Custer, and Historic Deadwood. Drive a little further, and end up in Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Sturgis, or Devils Tower National Monument.
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Rapid City, South Dakota, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Garret K.Joined in February 2023
Response rate: 75%Response time: Within 13 hours
3 Ratings · 2 reviews
Bethany G.recommends
May 19, 2023
Open Creekside Camping
Great spot!
Fantastic, beautiful little camping spot! The owners are great and there is a little more space to spread out than other campgrounds in the area.
Sara M.recommends
April 15, 2023
Multiple Creekside RV Sites
Garret went above and beyond helping us get settled. We are new to rv life and it was hard for us to maneuver but experienced should have no problem. This was no fault of the site and user error.
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