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I recently stayed at the Lakota Prairie Ranch Resort for a meeting of 40 + people. The staff was very accommodating, the facility clean and the food was very good. I've been to the reservation before and I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I...More
Go to kyle South Dakota every year.....Thanks for being there...!! Always respectful to our Sundance...thank you..."Winagi Oyate"......alot of us book rooms every year......Booking a few nights this year.....good breakfast..!
The gift shop was closed and they would not open it. The quaint looking cabins in the back were over crowded. The food was nothing great and service was rather cold. I also noticed a lot of alcohol being used by the staff/family (on and...More
After a visit to Badlands and some great pictures, we went to this place. Someone told me that the burgers were their speciality... so I asked for a delicious burger... with cheese, bacon, mushrooms, pickles and double meat. I thought it was going to be...More
I've always wanted to visit Pine Ridge , we stayed for 5 days, taking in most sights around the reservation, both good and bad. Whilst there is a lot of poverty there are also some beautiful places to see. The Hotel is a very friendly,...More
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We did not use a guide however, I would inquire at the Chamber of Commerce there located right beside the Lakota Prairie Hotel/restaurant. I wish you well on your spiritual journey. P.S. Visiting the site of Wounded Knee and... More
We did not use a guide however, I would inquire at the Chamber of Commerce there located right beside the Lakota Prairie Hotel/restaurant. I wish you well on your spiritual journey. P.S. Visiting the site of Wounded Knee and the graveyard across the street high on the hill is a good place to meditate. It stirred deep emotions in me that I never knew existed. I am part Cherokee.