CAMP CUSTER LOG CABINS
Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of these historic vacation rental cabins in Custer SD .
Step back in time! These two privately owned Historic cabins are the perfect place for Lodging near Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park and all the main attractions that the Black Hills has to offer. These Historic log cabins offer alluring natural rustic charm with plenty modern conveniences. Large enough for family and friends reunions or even a romantic getaway. if your looking forward to a peaceful relaxing time, Camp Custer Log Cabins in Custer SD, is the place for you. Our Black Hills Vacation Home Rentals, Cabin Rentals Custer SD are located close to all the main attractions yet away from all the hustle and bustle of town. We are situated 7 miles NW of the town of Custer SD, 5 miles W of
Crazy Horse Mountain and 17 miles from Mt Rushmore in the Black Hills National Forest on 5 beautiful acres.
SKY VIEW LOG CABIN PINE CREST LOG CABIN
Camp Custer Log Cabins are the former quarters of the officers of Camp Custer. It was a CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) South Dakota Camp that housed hundreds of young men during The Great Depression of the 1930's. For 8 years it served as the home of the Camp Custer US Army officers. One may walk across the road and see the foundations of the buildings that were once part of Camp Custer.
In all of South Dakota these two ponderosa pine log cabins are the only officer's quarter's that remain of the CCC Camp. There are two other buildings that were once part of this Black Hills camp. One building is at Wind Cave and the other is on the fairgrounds at Huron. One of the cabins ( Pine Crest Cabin) in which you will be staying is in the National Register of Historic Sites. The other (Sky View Cabin) is not registered due to a recent addition to the cabin.
Also, across the road from our Custer SD Rental Cabins, on Black Hills National Forest Service land is a pond that adults as well as children really enjoy!
There aren't many fish in the pond right now, but great for wading and blow up rafts.
(Yes, there are frogs!)
Surrounded by forested views and national forest service land you will enjoy beautiful sunrises /sunsets and many different types of wildlife. Such as Deer, Elk, Turkeys, Squirrels, Coyotes, various Birds and more...