South Dakota March 13, 2016
These Awesome Cabins In South Dakota Will Give You An Unforgettable Stay
From the rustic plains to the rolling hills, these unique cabins in South Dakota are the start to some amazing adventures. Whether you like your adventures a little more modern or you prefer the wild west, there is a little something for everyone. Your mind will be blown by these amazing cabins.
1. Horse Lovers Black Hills Bunkhouse
Located just about four miles outside of Hot Springs, this cabin sits on a working quarter horse ranch. Outfitted with all of the modern amenities, staying here is a no-brainer. You can even board your horse here! This cabin is private and peaceful, yet located close to all the sites the Black Hills has to offer.
2. Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary
Wake up to an adventure on this wild horse sanctuary with a six-hour adventure tour. With 11,000 acres of land and 600 wild mustangs, the photo ops are endless. This cabin stay offers modern amenities while the trip transports you back in time.
3. Big Sioux Recreation Area
Okay, so maybe these little cabins aren't really unique, as they are located in nearly all the state parks across South Dakota. However, they do offer a place to stay in some pretty unforgettable areas. These photos were taken at Big Sioux Recreation Area just outside of Brandon. A perfect, peaceful getaway on the edge of town. The river runs through this park offering scenic views and adventures galore.
4. Cabin at Green Mountain
With a lofted ceiling and gas fireplace, this is the perfect cozy cabin to spend a weekend in. Bring the whole family because up to seven people can stay in this amazing cabin. Everyone is going to want a glimpse of these scenic views. With hiking and fishing on site, you may not have to use the car all weekend!
5. Outdoor Enthusiasts Dream+ Privacy
If you want to get off the grid, this AirBNB rental is the cabin for you. With no neighbors, a wood-burning stove, and limited water supply, this is a true adventure. Winter or summer, this getaway cabin is one you must visit. With more than four acres of land and 750 sq ft of cabin, it's an adventure wonderland.
6. Shady Rest Motel, Custer SD
These cabins are adorable. Shady Rest Park, located in Custer, has some of the best reviews around. Not only are the cabins well-kept; the owners are knowledgeable and helpful if you need guidance getting around in the area. Affordable and cozy, these cabins are begging you to stay.
7. Badlands 1880 Homestead Cabin
If you are in it for the experience, welcome home. This cabin is the definition of basic. It's in the middle of nowhere, with no kitchen and no electricity. This cabin stay is not for the faint of heart. To experience life the way the homesteaders did is so worth it.
Which of these cabins in South Dakota is first on your list to visit? What cabins are your favorite?