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#2 Cabin near Mt. Rushmore at Pine Rest Cabins
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#2 Cabin near Mt. Rushmore at Pine Rest Cabins

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Historic Location ~ Mountain Ambiance ~ Modern Comforts Established in 1911, Pine Rest Cabins has been home away from home for generations of travelers. The perfect location for day trips anywhere in the Black Hills. Mt. Rushmore , Crazy Horse and Custer State Park are all within 20 minutes of your cabin. Your Hosts, Jan & Steve Owners since 1992 SMALL CABIN #2 Sorry, no pets. No smoking. No AC OCCUPANCY: 1-4 people. 1 bedroom with queen bed. Full futon sofa-bed in kitchenette/living room area 1 tiny bathroom with stall shower, sink and toilet. Cabin #2 is the north half of the Cabin #1 & 2 duplex. This is a comfortable little old fashioned cabin with that quintessential Black Hills Knotty pine interior Each half of the duplex is approximately 350 sq. ft. and has a separate entrance, while they share the front porch. Comfortable queen size bed in the bedroom , which has a quilt to cover the door and a full size futon sofabed in the kitchenette/living room area. These cabins are ideal for 1 or 2 adults and 1 or 2 children. Guest access The 10 Cabins on the property of Pine Rest Cabins share the following: -- Bathhouse- Hot tub (year round) / Sauna (cooler months), a large patio and small chiminea style fire pit. -- Playground with huge sandbox which children love. --Office building - Our lobby is open to guests and the public (Hours depending on staffing and season) --Perky Pine Coffee shop is open to guests and the public (Hours vary depending on season and staffing) --Porch and patio of the office building open for guests at all hours We live on the property and tend the " Perky PINE cafe " coffee shop and cabins during the day with the help of our great staff. After hours we are available by phone (text messages are the best way of communication) and do appreciate a bit of privacy with mutual respect for yours. Hill City is a small, friendly , eclectic , year round mountain town. Arts, music, museums, timber, ranching, mining, hospitality, commuting and grit keep our community thriving and surviving here. Living in the center of the Black Hills - the " Paha Sapa" - we respect the spirit that drew us here and appreciate having the Black Hills National Forest as " our big back yard". Surrounded by an abundance of natural wonders , springtime brings a trickle of visitors from near and far. It is full steam ahead throughout the summer with attractions like Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Badlands, the Caves and the 1880 train. Soon it's September and we relax into hiking the trails , biking the Mickelson , and we try to make our way over to Custer State Park for the Buffalo Roundup . As we slow to the pace of wonder once again in the winter, we look forward to the line up of local entertainment at the pubs , wineries and eateries, heartily enjoy some cross country skiing and rarely miss church or a pick up games of broom ball at the local ice pond. We are truly grateful for a community that is filled with life , laughter and love year around. Hill City, Custer and all your favorite Black Hill destinations are just a short trip away in your vehicle. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: DO THE CABINS HAVE PHONES AND WI- FI? Wi-Fi signal is strongest in the Coffee Shop and at the Bathhouse Patio – you may have service in you’re your cabin as well. There are no phones in the cabins. Be prepared for pockets with "no service" as you travel around the Black Hills. You may want to check with your service provider about your particular phone coverage and plan for extra data usage. It is good to remember that when a call won't go through out in the hills , sometimes a text will , and a paper map in the car is an old reliable method of navigation. HOUSEKEEPING We do not enter your cabin during your stay. The Cabin is equipped for light housekeeping on your own and we appreciate your respectfully tidying up before you check out. Fresh towels and supplies are available daily at our "towel window" at the lodge. ARE THE CABINS AIR CONDITIONED? No. Our cabins are nature cooled, and fans are available should nature need a little help. With the windows open you will breathe fresh mountain air and wake to the scent of pine. Resting on the shady side of the mountain at approximately 5000 feet above the sea level, heat and humidity are usually held in check and the cabins have good ventilation. WHAT SHALL I WEAR? Summer days are generally cooler in the hills with temperatures in the 70's and 80's, while nights can get as low as the 30's, so it is wise to bring sweatshirts and jeans as well as your summer clothes. You will be glad you brought comfortable shoes for hiking and walking. A bathing suit is required for use of the hot tub and sauna or if you plan to visit an area pool, lake or water slide park. Due to potential fire danger, the sauna ( wood heated ) is only open in the cool months. DO YOU PROVIDE BREAKFAST? We leave most of the cooking up to you, however you may want to come up to the Perky Pine Cafe in the morning to see what we've baked up - the coffee shop also has locally roasted Dark Canyon coffee beans and a variety of teas available for purchase . The kitchenettes are equipped and you'll find everything you need in the way of groceries at the local shops and grocery store right in Hill City. If you'd prefer to dine out, we'd be happy to refer you to some of our favorite eating places or peruse the menus we keep on hand in the lobby/coffee shop. You'll definitely want to check out the Silver Dollar Saloon and Family Restaurant around the bend for some homemade pizza. IS THERE HIKING NEARBY? Feel free to truly hike and explore the natural beauty of the Black Hills National Forest directly adjoining our property. There are also numerous mapped and marked trails in the Black Hills National Forest and Custer State Park within an easy drive. The Mickelson trail access is less than one mile. We are happy to share with you those we've hiked or provide a source of information on those we haven't. We find the Black Hills to be very accessible hiking for all ages and abilities. WHERE TO FISH? There are several public lakes in the Black Hills , mainly stocked with trout. Our nearest fishing ponds are within a half to one mile from Pine Rest and we are happy to point you in the right direction. Spring Creek runs through Hill City and Rapid Creek is popular for fly fishing. Major Lake is a small lake right across from the grocery store in Hill City. Sheridan, Pactola and Deerfield are the larger lakes nearest us. Temporary fishing licenses are available at the local gas station and hardware store. DO YOU HAVE A POOL OR HOT TUB? We do have a hot tub for older kids ( 12 & up) and adults, but no pool . You'll also want your suits to enjoy a sunny day at one of the area lakes. We are happy to point you in the right direction. Some of the marinas rent pontoon boats and fishing boats, or paddle boats and canoes. We are happy to have the naturally heated indoor and outdoor pools at Hot Springs' Evans Plunge about an hour from us. Custer, 11 miles, has a public pool and there are several in Rapid City - 27 miles. The Watiki Water Park in Rapid City, less than an hour from us, is also open all year. Our favorite swimming lakes with restroom facilities are Center Lake in Custer State Park, Angostura Lake near Hot Springs, and Sheridan Lake, just 7 miles north of us off of Hwy 385. Day use Permits or Park stickers are required for these swimming areas. ARE YOUR CABINS SECLUDED? No. As with most private property situated within the boundaries of the Black Hills National Forest , we are right along the main road. Pine Rest Cabins has three short gravel driveways, just off of highway 16/385 allowing quick and easy access for those who like to be out and about during the day and return in the evening to unwind. In the winter time our road is well maintained and very quiet. Our home for over 26 years, we love it here among the mountains and pines, yet having everything so handy. However, if after your first stay with us you find that you'd prefer to be further from it all, we understand. Let us know, and we'd be glad to refer you to other possibilities that may better suit your needs next time. WHAT ABOUT CAMPFIRES? Being in the center of the national forest, we are cautious about open fires . Each cabin does have a grill. You are invited to use the chiminea at the bathhouse patio during low fire danger. We are located in the Black Hills National Forest Fire protection district and are subject to the rules and regulations thereof. WHERE CAN WE DO LAUNDRY? Laundromats are located at the two gas station/convenience stores - Conoco & Exxon - in Hill City. DO THE CABINS HAVE PHONES AND WI- FI? Wi-Fi signal is strongest in the Coffee Shop and at the Bathhouse Patio – you may have service in you’re your cabin as well. There are no phones in the cabins. Be prepared for pockets with "no service" as you travel around the Black Hills. You may want to check with your service provider about your particular phone coverage and plan for extra data usage. It is good to remember that when a call won't go through out in the hills , sometimes a text will , and a paper map in the car is an old reliable method of navigation. HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM MT. RUSHMORE? Pine Rest Cabins is roughly 9 miles from Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument and the entrance to Custer State Park at Sylvan Lake. ( Black Elk Peak Trail #9 trailhead ) DO THE CABINS HAVE HEAT OR FIREPLACES? Cabin #2 has an electric heater . WHY DON'T YOU ALLOW PETS? Visiting "Granddogs" and their forest friends freely roam the property and they prefer to have the place to themselves. We have many local deer, chipmunks, squirrels, turkeys and rarely, an elk herd passing through. Out of respect for our neighbors - and, living along the highway - to protect the health and safety of our winged and four legged friends and yours, we do not allow pets. WHAT IS PROVIDED IN THE CABINS ? Kitchenette: Apartment size gas range Under counter refrigerator Microwave Electric coffee maker Toaster Dish soap and dishtowels Basic pots and pans and cooking utensils Dishes Silverware Note: There is also charcoal grill and picnic table outside . Linens & Sundries Provided: Beds are made in the queen bedroom. Sheets are provided for you to make your own sofa bed . Bath towels, hand towels, dish towels and washcloths Hand soap & dish soap Toilet paper Electric fans Irons NOTE : No daily maid service - fresh towels, bedding and other necessities are available daily for pick up at the towel window at the lodge . WHAT SHOULD I BRING? You may wish to bring kitchen items : Paper plates Paper towels Napkins Aluminum foil Food storage bags Mixing bowls & large pots or pans Charcoal, lighter fluid & your own special utensils for grill Coffee and other groceries We have a full service grocery store, Krulls Market, located in Hill City as well as two convenience stores and a Dollar General nearby. You may want to bring personal linens & sundries Shampoo Lotion Sunscreen Facial tissue Hair dryer ( we do have a loaner) Beach towels or "outside" towels or picnic blankets Bathing suit First Aid Kit Flashlight

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