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Farmhouse Scenic
$224 per night
Farmhouse ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
4.9
"Excellent" (14 ratings)
Scenic, Scenic Township, South Dakota, United States
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Farmhouse Balcony/Patio Scenic
$226 per night
Farmhouse ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
4.9
"Excellent" (11 ratings)
Scenic, Scenic Township, South Dakota, United States
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Farmhouse Balcony/Patio Scenic
$199 per night
Farmhouse ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
4.9
"Excellent" (11 ratings)
Scenic, Scenic Township, South Dakota, United States
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The price per night in Badlands National Park starts at $199.

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Badlands National Park Information

About Badlands National Park

Picture yourself overlooking a panoramic view of colorful rock formations, grasslands and diverse wildlife in the majestic state of South Dakota. This is the experience you’ll get at Badlands National Park, which is known for its steep canyons and scenic hiking trails. Spotting bison or a bighorn sheep is likely, so keep your camera right by your side. Whether you want to camp or stay in a comfortable vacation rental nearby, a trip to Badlands National Park has all you need for the perfect outdoor adventure! Book your trip to “The Mount Rushmore State” today with Tripping.

Things to do in Badlands National Park

Any trip to Badlands National Park should start off with a drive through the Badlands Loop. This 31-mile road curves through some of the most beautiful places in the park with 15 overlooks, eight trails and a visitor center. A popular stop is the Big Badlands Overlook and the Door, Window and Notch trail where you can see a diverse range of wildlife and scenery. The Fossil Exhibit Trail within the park has exhibits and a boardwalk overlooking fossils found in the area. You should also check out Big Pig Dig where you can do some of your own fossil hunting. Badlands Park is free range and visitors are free to explore throughout the park. Keep note that fossils are not allowed to be taken from where they are found and be sure to tell a ranger what treasure you may find!

Day Trips from Badlands National Park

South Dakota is all about nature and history and there are plenty of landmarks close to Badlands National Park. Mount Rushmore National Memorial is just an hour and a half drive away and has activities for the whole family. There is so much to do and see in the Black Hills including the famous Devils Tower, Big Thunder Gold Mine and the Beautiful Wonderland Cave. You should also check out the world’s largest mammoth research facility in Hot Springs, South Dakota. Hot Springs is about a two hour drive from Badlands National Park and has six major thermal springs perfect for winter or summer relaxation.

Badlands National Park Accommodations

Staying near a national park can be difficult with limited camping spaces and cabins. However, Tripping has you covered with a variety of vacation rentals near Badlands National Park. Within just a short commute to the park and the comfort of your own space, you will love your stay in a vacation rental. Whether you want to stay in a lodge in Black Hills National Forest, a unique tent in nature or a private house, we’ve got it all in South Dakota.

Transportation in Badlands National Park

The nearest airport to Badlands National Park is in Rapid City, South Dakota. The Rapid City Regional Airport has daily domestic flights from around the region and rental cars available. If you don’t want to drive your way around South Dakota, you could book one of the many tours that will take you to all of the popular sites and do pick up and drop off from the airport. Another recommended mode of seeing South Dakota is the 1880 Train that gives you a historical trip through the Black Hills on a genuine 1880 Steam Train.

Popular Day Trips Near Badlands National Park

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