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Between Rapid City and Spearfish, Rush No More RV Resort and Campground is a popular base for exploring the cultural and natural attractions of the Black Hills. It’s just minutes from the heart of Sturgis, which boasts all the amenities you need while being within easy access to Custer State Park and Badlands National Park.
RV camping at the Rush No More RV Resort and Campground includes access to a range of full hookup sites, with 30/50-amp electric and water connections. Their big rig-friendly sites can accommodate vehicles up to 100 feet in length while their VIP Luxury sites come complete with private patios and gas barbecue grills. If you really want to splurge, you can opt for one of their Presidential Spa sites, which boast private whirlpool hot tubs.
Well-behaved and leashed dogs are welcome to stay with you while you're camping at Rush No More RV Resort and Campground, and there are a pool and hot tub for guests to use. The on-site store has camping essentials and propane for sale, while complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the resort. Recreational facilities include a basketball hoop, a children’s playground, and a game room, as well as a library and computer room. Weekly jam sessions are held in the beer garden, and security is provided 24/7 for your peace of mind.
Camping at the Rush No More RV Resort and Campground is a good base for visiting the Black Hills National Forest, which sprawls along South Dakota’s border with Wyoming. It’s home to the tallest mountain in the state - Black Elk Peak - as well as encompassing vast expanses of grassland prairie and ponderosa pine forest. Highlights of this immense protected area include the multi-tiered Roughlock Falls, which cascades into Spearfish Canyon, and the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway that extends more than 65 miles through the Black Hills National Forest.
The Black Hills National Forest lies adjacent to Custer State Park, which was the first state park to be established in South Dakota. It’s renowned for its herd of more than 1,000 free-roaming bison, as well as being home to white-tailed deer, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep. If you want to witness the annual roundup of bison, visit with a camper rental in September to join the thousands who attend this impressive event. Also within the park is the heritage-listed Peter Norbeck Center, which details the park’s natural history and cultural heritage, as well as the Badger Clark Historic Site - the former home of Charles Badger Clark, who was noted for his cowboy poetry.
Sturgis campers are just over an hour’s drive from the Badlands National Park, which encompasses magnificent canyons and layered rock formations. The Badlands Loop Road accesses many of the park’s sights and trailheads while the lookouts offer good vantage points for spotting the resident bison, bighorn sheep, and prairie dogs. The Ben Reifel Visitor Center is an ideal first port of call to pick up maps and get your bearings, with a short Fossil Exhibit Trail departing directly from here.
The Rush No More RV Resort and Campground is a ten-minute drive from Sturgis, where you’ll find supermarkets for stocking up on supplies and gas stations if you need to fill up your RV rental. There’s also a good choice of fast-food restaurants and saloon-style eateries here if you don’t feel like cooking.
While you’re visiting Sturgis, don’t miss a visit to the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, where an impressive collection of vintage and rare motorcycles are displayed. It was established in honor of the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally that’s held each August and occupies a historic building that was once the community’s post office. Browse the biker memorabilia and learn about the influential individuals who have contributed to the industry in the Hall of Fame.
A short drive east of Sturgis is the Fort Meade Museum, which details the history of a military post that was established in 1878 to protect miners and settlers traveling in the area. It operated until 1944 and played an important role in maintaining peace on the western Dakota frontier. The Fort Meade Museum now occupies the grounds of the Veterans Administration Hospital within the former commanding officer’s headquarters.
A 30-minute drive west of the Rush No More RV Resort and Campground will see you in the heart of Deadwood, which is famed for its gold rush history. Take a step back in time as you tour the Adams Museum where a massive gold nugget and a plesiosaur fossil are displayed, then learn about Deadwood’s early pioneers at the Days of ’76 Museum. You can explore the period-furnished rooms of the Victorian-era Historic Adams House, then pay your respects at the graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane within the Mount Moriah Cemetery.
Whether you want to get active in the Black Hills National Forest or discover the history of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, book an RV in Meade County and start planning your next vacation.