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Emerald Pines B&B

Hill City, SD

Emerald Pines B&B is a beautiful new log home with Jacuzzi tub in the rooms. A place where you can truly relax, enjoy the fresh air and wildlife. We offer a very secluded atmosphere.

Emerald Pines B&B is near Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park and Jewel Cave National Monument. Also near Historic Deadwood Gambling Casinos and Spearfish Canyon National Scenic Byway.

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23836 Emerald Pines Drive
Hill City, SD 57745






Phone: 605-574-4462

Fax: 605-574-4096


Bed and Breakfast

Business Services

Internet access Telephone

Personal Services Offered

Maid service

Property Amenities

Air conditioning Crazy Horse Run Motorcycle Friendly Motorcycle Wash Room service
Barbeque grills Exterior Entrances Motorcycle Rags On-Site parking Trailer Parking
Complimentary full american breakfast

Property Class Type

Bed and breakfast

VALID DATES: 6/6/2014 - 9/5/2014

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