South Dakota September 09, 2017
Wake Up To A View At This Jaw Dropping Cabin Getaway In South Dakota
The next time you visit Badlands National Park, consider staying in a cozy cabin. Take a look at these adorable cabins that are just a few years old.
The cabins at Cedar Pass Lodge were completed in 2013, and they're the perfect place to stay while you're visiting Badlands National Park.
The cabins are Gold Standard LEED certified, which means that they're eco-friendly.
The walls of the cabins are lined with fallen beetle kill pine.
You'll love the hand-crafted log furniture, too.
Cabins also include kitchenettes so that you can make meals or snacks.
Heating and air-conditioning keep you comfortable during your stay, no matter the weather.
You'll enjoy all the amenities of home here, and some are even designed to be Earth-friendly.
Low flow toilets and on-demand water heaters are just two of the many eco-friendly features of these cabins.
After a long day of exploring the Badlands, you'll love snuggling into these comfy beds with upgraded linens.
Some cabins offer king-sized beds; others have two queen-sized beds.
Hang out on the shady front porch in the hand-crafted, log deck chairs.
If you're planning a trip to Badlands National Park, consider these comfy cabins.
There's nothing like a sunset at Badlands National Park!
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