Mount Rushmore Lodging atBlack Hills Trailside Park Resort   At Black Hills Trailside Park Resort you have several different lodging...

Mount Rushmore Lodging at
Black Hills Trailside Park Resort


At Black Hills Trailside Park Resort you have several different lodging accommodations to choose from. Our cabins and the Mickelson Suite provide all that you will need to have a relaxing vacation in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Our cabins are affordable, cozy, and clean. You will be highly satisfied with your Black Hills lodging experience at Black Hills Trailside Park Resort. While you are here you have many chances to see new and interesting sites, such as buffalo roaming the land at Custer State Park and Badlands National Park in southwestern South Dakota.


You can also visit the historic town of Deadwood, which a popular HBO series was based off of, and which, by the way, you can watch while you are here using our Wi-Fi availability. If you are looking for a fun family attraction that is close by you can visit the Cosmos Mystery Area near Rapid City and Mount Rushmore. You will experience many interesting sites and activities to do with the kids, including a guided tour of this phenomenal location. Whatever you come to the Black Hills to see, you can be sure that you will need lodging that will provide the chance for rest and relaxation at the end of the day.


Black Hills Trailside Park Resort is dedicated to your complete satisfaction and providing you with a comfortable stay. We have eight cabins and one suite, located above our office and shower house, for you to choose from, all located within just a few miles of many different, exciting local attractions. You have a choice between our deluxe or standard cabins that are spacious, beautiful, and with amenities to satisfy all of your family’s needs. We are open for receiving your lodging reservations 24/7 via our online reservation system. You can also call our office at 605-574-9079 or our toll free number at 855-324-2462. Contact us today if you are looking for Mount Rushmore lodging.