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Angostura Recreation Area, SD

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Scenic shoreline, pristine waters, sandy beaches, and well-equipped campgrounds: Angostura Recreation Area is truly a sight to behold. Water sports lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, traveling families, and hikers all view this place as a rural sanctuary where they can swim, boat, fish, birdwatch, and relax.

Summer is definitely the best time to camp at Angostura Recreation Area, as you get to cool off in one of the largest lakes in the tri-state area (South Dakota/Nebraska/Wyoming). The park also hosts different educational programs, mostly geared toward families who want to learn about the natural and cultural heritage of the nearby Southern Black Hills.

Considering the park's fully furnished RV campgrounds, visitors often choose to come here in an RV rental or in …

Badlands National Park, SD

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Badlands National Park may have a name that’s intimidating to some, but its uniqueness attracts RV campers from all over the world. Badlands, located about one hour east of Rapid City, is perhaps best known for its geological features, particularly its fossil beds. The park is also home to herds of bison, black-footed ferrets, and endless prairies only broken by jagged sandstone pinnacles. At one point, as the fossils show, it was also home to rhinos and saber-tooth tigers.

A portion of Badlands National Park lies within the Pine Ridge Reservation. Indigenous peoples, notably the tribes of the Great Sioux Nation, have inhabited this land for over 11,000 years. Two of the most well-known events in modern native history …

Bear Butte State Park, SD

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When it comes to experiencing the great outdoors of North America, there's really no place better than the American Midwest. With rolling hills, flat plains, and mountain peaks sprinkled everywhere throughout this scenic region, you can expect to experience a little bit of everything. If you're planning to rent an RV in Meade County for your adventures in South Dakota, Bear Butte State Park is certainly worth a visit.

Bear Butte State Park is in the corner of South Dakota, near the borders of both Montana and Wyoming, and only about 33 miles northwest from Rapid City, one of the largest cities in the state. From the massive 4,426-foot summit of Bear Mountain, you can see four different states. …

Black Hills National Forest, SD

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Black Hills National Forest occupies more than one million acres and protects lush ponderosa pine woodlands, windswept grasslands, and rolling plains. Mount Rushmore National Memorial is the signature attraction, though dig a little deeper and you'll find scenic hiking trails, tumbling waterfalls, hidden caves, and cobalt blue lakes. The forest straddles the border of South Dakota and Wyoming, with hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing just some of the outdoor activities on offer.

A network of scenic byways and forest roads also makes it easy to explore the park on two wheels. Planning an escape in the great outdoors of the Midwest? Book an RV in South Dakota and you can discover Black Hills National …

Custer State Park, SD

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South Dakota may not seem like a happening place, but what it lacks in big-city attractions it more than makes up for in historical significance. History buffs exploring the area will probably want to book an RV in Custer County and head on over to Custer State Park, located in the Black Hills and home to several species of wildlife.

Custer, SD may not be a bustling metropolis, but you can still rent an RV in Custer and head over to the park. While camping at Custer State Park, you can enjoy countless outdoor activities, including hiking, hunting, and fishing.

Fort Robinson State Park, NE

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Fort Robinson State Park is situated in the northwestern corner of the state of Nebraska. It is located less than 30 miles from the border with South Dakota, and around 40 miles from the Wyoming state line. This is one of the most rural sections of a state that is known for being quite rural. The nearest town of any real substance is Chadron, NE, found around 20 miles to the west, while the nearest larger city is Rapid City, SD, which is more than 120 miles to the north.

This is a large state park, in a portion of the state that is surprising hilly, in comparison to the flatter, more agricultural sections the state is usually …

Jewel Cave National Monument, SD

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Jewel Cave National Monument offers a unique chance to descend into one of the most beautiful subterranean caves in the United States. The monument is set within sprawling Black Hills National Forest and has been welcoming visitors since 1908. As the name suggests, the walls of Jewel Cave are dripping with sparkling calcite crystals. Guided tours take you deep into the cave and offer a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the mesmerizing underground world. So far, around 200 miles of the cave network have been surveyed. This is a minuscule three percent of the estimated total length, making Jewel Cave one of the longest known caves in the world.

Planning a getaway to Black Hills National Forest? Book an RV in Custer …

Keyhole State Park, WY

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If you're planning an RV camping trip out in Wyoming, check out the range of RV rentals in Crook County. This county, though it might be humble and small, has a lot to offer when it comes to places to go and things to see. Located near the border of South Dakota and about 44 miles north of the Thunder Basin National Grassland in Douglas, you'll find the quaint area of Keyhole State Park. This park is a favorite destination among people who love to spend their time near water. After all, the park is located right by the Keyhole Reservoir.

Whether you enjoy fishing or you'd rather find yourself on a boat on the water, you can …

Medicine Rocks State Park, MT

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For thousands of years before settlers arrived in Montana, Native American tribes would visit the sacred sandstone formations at Medicine Rocks State Park for their medicinal qualities. Today, visitors come to the park and have similar experiences, enjoying the solitude and mystic qualities of this magical place. Theodore Roosevelt was one of this area’s first tourists and immediately fell in love with it. But long before any of them were here, this area was inhabited by unique prehistoric animals that have left a vital fossil record in the shale.

Medicine Rocks State Park is approximately four hours east of Billings, in eastern Montana. This relatively small park, only 330 acres, still has plenty of activities to justify prolonged stays …

Mt Rushmore National Memorial, SD

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Mt Rushmore National Memorial gets you up close with four of the most iconic figures in U.S. history: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. The monument was completed in 1941 and quickly emerged as one of the most photographed landmarks in the United States. Gazing up at the 60-foot-high sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore, you'll feel a surge of patriotism and pride.

RV camping near Mt Rushmore National Memorial is a fantastic way to maximize your time at the fabled United States landmark, as well as explore the picturesque Black Hills region. Need a set of wheels? You'll find a huge selection of RV rentals in Pennington County, ranging from compact campers …

Rocky Point Recreation Area, SD

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One of the best things about renting an RV is having the freedom to experience scenic wilderness areas at your own pace. With its postcard-perfect scenery and biodiverse landscapes, the American Midwest is a prime place to kick off a cross-country camping adventure.

Rocky Point is near the four corners of Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota. It's also close to the city of Belle Fourche, which is considered the city nearest to the geographic center of the United States. The park itself is surrounded by flatlands and is home to the Belle Fourche Reservoir.

The Belle Fourche Reservoir carries some history that many other reservoirs don’t. The original dam built for this reservoir was the largest earthen …

Wind Cave National Park, SD

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Wind Cave National Park is one of the oldest national parks in the United States. Its prairie grasslands and forests are home to bison, elk, and a variety of other wildlife. The park's namesake Wind Cave is one of the most complex and longest caves in the entire world with a maze of passages leading past awe-inspiring boxwork. Book an RV in Custer County to view this incredibly rare mineral structure unique to North America.

Wind Cave National Park also makes an excellent base camp for exploring nearby cities. Hot Springs is less than 20 minutes south of the park, while Custer is 20 minutes north. No matter where the open road takes you on your South Dakota road trip, …