We took a little trip down to South Dakota for a couple nights! Being it’s only a five hour drive, it’s a favorite destination. I’ve never been in fall, so this was a perfect time to go!
First stop upon arrival to the Badlands area, was City Brew coffee in Spearfish. Always the first stop. I got an iced huckleberry white mocha, which was so good. I always get my drinks half sweet and it’s perfect. And notice the gorgeous fall colors out the window! 😍
We stayed at the Hinterland Inn and Cabins near Keystone. This is about a half hour drive out of Rapid City, towards Mount Rushmore. Beautiful place!
The girls room. This was a two story cabin called The Viewhouse and had three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom. The kids were so excited! Two rooms were downstairs, and then up the stairs was the kitchen, living room, and another bedroom.
The upstairs bedroom!
I absolutely loved this view of the dining room. So cute. The decor here was 100% my vibe.
I loved the mix of older furniture with modern decor. And the colors! Taking notes for my decorating.
Quite smitten with this velvet couch.
Our Inn had chickens running around and they were probably the main highlight for the kids! They loved them. And they were really pretty colors!
Heading out of Keystone towards Rapid City.
Had breakfast at a cafe called Ron’s Cafe. They gave us our own little corner in the back, perfect for when you have a million kids.
Know what she was most excited about with her meal? The peaches! They hadn’t been included on the menu so they were a surprise.
Me always with the French toast.
For dinner we picked up Blaze Pizza in Rapid City. Definitely the best pizza I have ever had. Ever.
Coffee and a hike in Spearfish Canyon our last morning there!
You would not imagine how long a 2 mile round trip hike takes with kids. Stopping to see and climb something every ten steps.
The fall colors out here did not disappoint.
Roughlock Falls from the bottom.
And from the top! We’ve seen these falls in the spring and now fall. Fall is much much prettier! From what I read online, two weeks further into October is even more colorful. South Dakota is totally worth a fall visit!