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Over Cedar Pass Lodge
De Cedar Pass Lodge is de enige accommodatie die gelegen is in het prachtige Badlands National Park. Het Badlands National Park, ook wel 'Mako Sica' genoemd door de Lakota Indianen, is een bizarre omgeving van zacht zandsteen. De kleuren en de vormen van de Badlands komen beter uit in de schaduw dan in de felle zon, de Badlands zijn daarom op hun mooist in de vroege ochtend of laat in de avond. De lodge ligt op loopafstand van het visitor center. De 'huisjes' zijn eenvoudig maar comfortabel ingericht en voorzien van airco.
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airco, plafondventilator, flatscreen televisie, koelkastje, magnetron, koffiezetapparaat, föhn. Badkamer met bad/douche. Veranda met stoelen.
De accommodatie is gelegen in het Badlands National Park, ten oosten van de stad Rapid City.
- Excursies in Badlands National Park
In het zuidwesten van de staat South Dakota gelegen, bekend om de paleontologische vondsten zoals fossielen van grote zoogdieren uit het Oligoceen tijdperk. Het landschap kenmerkt zich door de bijzondere canyons, bizar gevormde rotsen van zacht zandsteen en uitgestrekt, glooiend prairielandschap.
"Out in the wilds"
Boy were we glad to find this place one dark night in the fog, unfortunately all the rooms were taken but they called another hotel and booked us in a few miles away. Had a good meal that evening with a "help yourself" breakfast in the morning on our return.
"One night stay in midst of Natural Beauty"
Traveling East to West across South Dakota to visit Badlands and Mt Rushmore. Wanted a venue inside the park so we could enjoy the sunset and sunrise right from our back porch. The Lodge is a beautifully done cabin style setup. Rooms are renovated and reflect a mountain top chalet feel with all the wood features. Bed was very comfortable with frig, micro, Flatscreen (although not much reception in this area but you're here for the outsdoors anyway) Cabins are on either side with a drive way in between. Recommend those on the left side that all have front and back porches. Back porch has views of some rock formations past a grassy field infront. We visited before the busy season and the weather was great. Only a 1/2 dozen units booked that night,. Had cabin 101, ADA compliant but did not need. The check in building is 40 yards away and includes a nice gift shop and restaurant. Food was good, typical for the area. Mainly a breakfast, lunch spot. closed early before dinner during the offseason so be sure to eat in Wall if you are coming in late. The Ben Reifel Visitor center is next door so you can get ranger information and visit the small exhibit they have as well. Overall a great stay
"Very Comfortable Cabins And Fun to Stay in the Park"
Were on a trip to the Black Hills and wanted to spend time in the Badlands taking photographs. The cabins at Cedar Pass Lodge were a great way to stay right in the park and go shooting sunset and sunrise photos just a few minutes away. The cabins are fairly plain on the outside and rather unimaginatively arranged in two rows, with parking in front of each. But the insides were very nice, with nice log furniture and Native American themed artwork. Very pleasant. Large comfortable bathroom. And everything was spotlessly clean. Be warned that check-in closes at 4:30 pm and even though we were warned by other reviewers we panicked a bit until we saw the black metal mailbox next to the front door for After Hours check-in. Had an envelope with our name on it and the keycards. Room had been prepaid so nothing more was needed. It is unfortunate that the attached restaurant is also closed in the evening so we ended up eating chips and junk food for dinner rather than leave the park. It is open for breakfast and that was a good meal. Also part of the complex is a large souvenir/gift shop. My only other complaint is that the list of TV stations given on a card in the room is inaccurate. The channels did not match and we never could find an NBC channel so we missed our favorite show that we were counting on relaxing with.
"Nothing Really Worked Properly"
We stayed here early in the season (late April, 2017) and were astonished at the poor maintenance of the properties. The television did not work at all. When we were moved to another cabin with a working TV, there was no heat. There were burned out lightbulbs. The shower curtain fell down repeatedly. The dining facility closed at 4:30 p.m. (checkin was at 4 p.m.) so there was no dinner to be had in a very remote location with alternatives of any quality many miles away. After complaining, we did get a 50% refund, which was reasonable, but being able to enjoy properly working facilities and have dinner would have been much better. The cabins are very nicely furnished and comfortable. The staff tries hard to be accommodating.
If you want to actually stay in the Badlands Nat. Park, and you are not a camper, or RV traveler, this is your only option. The location within the park and the new cabin were the two best attributes of our stay here in August, 2016. Our cabin was plenty large, was clean, and had a comfortable bed. Our cabin (#103) had a porch on both the front and back (which would be good if you were interested in both AM and PM relaxing without the sun baking you, heavy pine chairs only on back porch, however), and was detached from other cabins, which is not the case for all cabins (be sure to inquire when booking). The restaurant was disappointing in the menu options; however if really, really large portions of food are of interest to you, this is the place.
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