“Tipi b&b, river tubing, camping and more”
The Allen Ranch Campground is a family owned business. Our operation is laid back, peaceful, with plenty of room for hiking, river tubing, and wildlife viewing. A perfect setup for reunions, cowboy suppers, and events.The Allen Ranch is located in southwest South Dakota within the Black Hills. We offer the visitor a complete outdoor adventure into the old west that includes our Sioux Indian Tipi village. The village is located along a gentle flowing river known as the "Minnekahta", the river of warm water.Our tipi's are available for an evening or an extended stay. We welcome families, or group vacationers. We also accommodate large group tours and customize a vacation package for any length of stay. A primitive camping area for tents is also available. The natural beauty of the area can be enjoyed from the river valley, or you may hike, bike or ride horses to the top of the Seven Sisters mountain range to view the distant badlands and Black Hills.We also have a playgournd and wading and tubing for kids in our warm water river, (we supply the tubes).Through demonstrations and tours, we offer a journey back into the nineteenth century to witness the rich and colorful culture of the Lakota Sioux.
We did the Tipi B&B for two nights. The owner is really great and has an awesome dog that hangs around. The breakfast is really yummy too, but just not what I expected. If you do the B&B bring your own pillows, towels and sheets. He does provide cots, sleeping bags, and chairs. It does have a really nice location next to the Natonal parks.
We stayed there and really enjoyed it. The owner is really nice and has lived there all of his life. The tent camping is right on the river and we spent a very restful night sleeping to it.
Can you say sheep/horse poop...I've never seen so much of it in my life. This is a whole in the wall campground, very old and needs tons of work. The bathrooms were old but clean enough considering the campground. The price was crazy high if I was not so tired we would not of stayed, we paid $18.00 with passport America. Sign said $25.00 night for Bikes...CRAZY!! ATT cell worked ok, could not get DirTV or local channels. Road is very rough going in, I would not stay again.
What a magical place! We camped right by the creek and saw a gorgeous country wedding from across the camp. In the morning, sheep were grazing right by our campsite, which was a pretty cool sight for us Californians :)
Camped overnight in the tent area next to a small, shallow stream. Loved waking up to the sound of nature outside my tent. The showers worked and served their purpose. New shower curtains in the women's side would be a good idea. Pretty sure, if anyone had come in to use the bathroom, they would have had a good view of my rear. Bathrooms were clean. Campgrounds were clean and quiet. Small 4 person picnic tables.
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