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Cedar Pass Lodge
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Fun place to stay but not the best for the cost.
User: Carl L from:
Published Date: May, 22, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 3
Modern accommodations with a rustic feel. Let's you feel the beautiful surroundings. Restaurant has short hours but menu was adequate. Shower rod fell down twice. Complicated heat control with no instructions. Shower water control valve installed backwards - hot first. Gritty sand between bed and window.
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A pleasant surprise
User: Bill G from: Dallas, Texas
Published Date: May, 20, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
Our cabin was very clean, roomy, and comfortable. Except for 2 duplex cabins they are far enough apart that you can't hear noisy neighbors. We spent 2 nights but could have used 3. There are lots of trails near by and the scenery is interesting. Menu selections at the restaurant are limited but what they have is tasty. Service is prompt and cheerful. The cabin has a small fridge and microwave so you could bring food to prepare in the cabin. The restaurant has several choice you can take back to the cabin.
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Great cabin for visiting Badlands NP
User: Joan M from: Gastonia, North Carolina
Published Date: Oct, 1, 2023
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
Cedar Pass Lodge cabin was perfect! Porches with chairs on front and back with gorgeous views of the park. Walk to the visitor center and cafe/ gift shop as well as the amphitheater for ranger programs. Facilities are new and spotlessly clean, beds are very comfortable.
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Perfectly perfect place to stay in the Bad Lands
User: BL331 from: Asheville, North Carolina
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2023
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
This cute cabin may rank as my most favorite place to stay on a month-long driving tour of northwestern states. These brand new cabins are spacious, spotlessly clean, and super comfortable with both A/C and heat. Mine had both a front and back porch and picnic table out back. Ask for a room with a mountain view -- #s 100-110. The onsite cafe is very simple with limited selections, but decent and really the only place in Interior, SD to eat. The evening talks at the amphitheater cover the geology of the region and an outstanding look at the stars and constellations -- well worth attending. The person on duty at the front desk when we checked in was very welcoming and helpful. While Interior, SD, may feel isolated from the world, the Bad Lands National Park and Cedar Pass Lodge are not to be missed.
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Spotlessly clean and comfortable!
User: Jim M from:
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2023
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2023
Rating: 5
Very nice! Large, spotless cabin with 2 queen beds. We were very pleased with the accommodations! The view from the porch were perfect! Great view of the night skies with minimal light interference! Our 2 night stay was not long enough.
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