South Dakota October 16, 2019
The Powder House Lodge In South Dakota Is Surrounded By The Most Breathtaking Fall Colors
This most colorful time of the year is an absolute feast for the senses, isn’t it? From the feeling of the cool temperatures to the smell of the fallen leaves to the sight of the different hues, there is no shortage of things to love about fall time in SoDak! Do you want to add taste to your experiences? Then enjoy a fabulous meal amidst the fall colors at the Powder House Lodge Restaurant:
Tucked away in the Black Hills near Keystone, the Powder House Lodge is located in the same spot that once stored blasting powder and bootleg liquor and now serves as a beloved South Dakota retreat.
Famous for its cozy cabins and charming motel, the Powder House Lodge is a Sturgis Rally favorite that is home to not only lodging opportunities but a delicious restaurant as well.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the Powder House Lodge Restaurant is home to a delicious assortment of home-cooked fare, including steaks, fall-off-the-bone BBQ, pasta, burgers, and more.
Did we mention that the Powder Lodge also has an impressive drink selection?
While the food is a perfect reason to visit, the area surrounding the Lodge makes it a can't-miss, thanks to its many shady trees and colorful shrubs.
Can you see out the windows? Is this heaven on earth, or what?
To make your visit even better, make plans to stay the night at this secluded oasis, which can be done by calling (800) 321-0692.
To learn more about the Powder House Lodge & Restaurant or to check out the menu before you go, please visit their
The Powder House Lodge Restaurant is open every day for breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (between Memorial and Labor Days only), and dinner from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Which secluded SoDak restaurant is your favorite: is it the Powder House or do you have another go-to? Either way, let us know in the comments! While you are in town, be sure to also check out
The Keystone Cemetery Is One Of South Dakota’s Spookiest Cemeteries.
Address: 24125 US-16A, Keystone, SD 57751, USA