Vacation Rentals: Black Hills Cabin Rental Benefits
Booking your vacation can seem like a daunting task. After you’ve chosen a destination, you need to consider lodging. Obviously, there are many different factors that determine where you may or may not stay. At the Powder House Lodge, we offer Black Hills cabin rentals with accommodations that truly meet the needs of almost everyone. From a pool and playground for kids and families to a covered back patio for pre- or post-dinner libations, electric car chargers, free WiFi and cable, we truly try to make sure that we have something for everyone. While some hotels may have some of these amenities, there are some unique advantages to cabin rentals like those at the Powder House.
Some of the best stories we hear from our guests is how they remember their Black Hills vacation from when they were kids. They return – many years later – with children of their own and marvel at how much has changed, while how much of the area has stayed the same. Traveling with kids is all about providing experiences, of building the sense of family, and creating memories that will last a lifetime. However, as any parent knows, traveling with kids isn’t always the hassle-free experience one could expect. We’ve listed some tips to help make traveling with kids on your Black Hills vacation easier and more enjoyable for the whole family.
Playing Pokemon Go at Your Favorite Black Hills Attractions
This last year was full of surprises, but one of the biggest hits of 2016 was the mobile app Pokemon Go. Kids and adults alike are spending time integrating the digital world of Pokemon with the physical Black Hills attractions around the area. Even the Powder House Lodge is a PokeStop! So not only can you sit down, relax, and have a refreshing meal during your stay, you can also stock up on gear for your next big Pokemon Go adventure. We’ve got a few tips on how to work playing Pokemon Go into your vacation. With all of the great Black Hills attractions in the area, it’s hard not to try and catch those cheeky little critters.
Looking for haunted attractions? Here’s the Top Haunted Places in the Black Hills
Fall is here. The leaves are turning beautiful shades of yellow, orange, and red. In many areas around the Black Hills, they’ve already started falling off the trees. The nights are quieter than we’re used to. The traffic from traveling tourists in the nights has been replaced with only the sound of a slight breeze and rustling leaves. The pine trees, entrenched in the granite hillsides and peaks of the Black Hills, create a silhouette against the moon-lit Dakota night. It’s easy to let your mind wander to thoughts of the area’s rich history and legends. How many of those legends might still be roaming around? We present some of the most haunted places in the Black Hills…in no particular order.