& RV PARK
We are now taking reservations for 2014.
Thank's for a great 2013 Rally.
11144 SD Hwy 34 Belle Fourche, SD 57717 GPS: N 44 37.206' W 103 49.304'
If you need a quiet Sturgis rally campground that is close enough to Sturgis, but out of the ratrace... You just found it, and you don't have to go through Sturgis to get back to camp.
We are a full time, family oriented campground, and we offer some great options such as:
* Nice Cabins that sleep four people
* Large shady Tent camping sites by the river if you wish
* Laundry room.
* 16 Private Showers FREE (not coin operated). Plenty of hot water.
Our RV sites include 2 people. Other places rent you the site and then make you buy a wrist band for every person as well. This turns out to be much more expensive.
Our Tent camping rate is only $20 per night/person and there is no minimum number of nights.
Hot breakfast is served during the Sturgis rally week for only $6 (sausage, eggs, biscuit & gravy) with free coffee every morning of the rally from 6 to 9.
LOCATED BETWEEN GREAT ATTRACTIONS
We are committed to helping you have the best Sturgis Rally Camping experience, and we understand that the atmosphere is very important. This is where our guests play a big part. We have great people that stay with us year after year. Call us this year for your Sturgis Rally Camping and join our family of friends. Also if this is your first time we have some great information for you to get started in the right direction STURGIS FAQ.
Submit a reservation or call us at 605-892-0600.
We are here to help!
13 TREE COVERED ACRES ON THE RIVER
Wyatt's Hideaway is the quiet Sturgis Rally Campground. Our family is blessed to have a great clientele that return year after year. This gives us one of the highest returning costumer rates in the area. Wyatt's Hideaway is the Sturgis Campground that is far enough out to be quiet, yet close enough to have great access. We are only 20 minutes from Sturgis, and only 2 1/2 miles from Belle Fourche (a town of 5000 people). Quiet camping with friends after a full day of riding enhances your overall Sturgis Bike Rally experience. Give us a try this year, save some money with our low rates, and find your new "Sturgis rally headquarters".
E-mail or Call us at 605-892-0600
History has proven
their dedication and accomplishments.
Early in 1937 the Jackpine Gypsies joined the American Motorcycle Association and began holding racing events at the city's half-mile dirt track. But, 1938 turned out to be the historic year. That was when the City of Sturgis joined forces with .....Read more...
1. MOUNT RUSHMORE
2. DEVILS TOWER
3. THE BADLANDS
4. CUSTER STATE PARK
5. SPEARFISH CANYON
6. NEEDLES HIGHWAY
8. HOT SPRINGS
9. HIGHWAY 385
10. RIMROCK HIGHWAY
When visiting the Sturgis Rally, you will probably want to visit other attractions too. There are so many things do to while in the Black Hills of South Dakota during the Sturgis bike week. We will list some of them here to assist in your planning.
Mt Rushmore (70 min from Wyatt’s),
Devils tower (50 min form Wyatt’s),
Crazy Horse: http://www.crazyhorsememorial.org
Flying T Chuckwagon, http://flyingt.com/
Hotsprings, The Mamoth Site http://www.mammothsite.com/
Prairee Edge http://www.prairieedge.com/
Custer state park
The Reptile Garden http://www.reptilegardens.com
Story Book Island http://www.storybookisland.org
Four Mile Old West Town http://www.fourmilesd.com/ Selected in the 7th annual "BEST OF SOUTH DAKOTA" by "Eyes on You" magazine.
Deadwood – Cassinos, good food, wine tasting. http://www.deadwood.org
Belle Fourche – Geographical center of the nation.
Also if you are into paleontology while in Sturgis you have the opportunity to go on a Dinosaur Dig-site Adventure. The website for the Dino dig is http://www.paleoadventures.com/id4.html.
Also for the golf lover Belle Fourche has a beautiful golf course and you can find out more at: http://www.bellefourchecountryclub.com/Home.html
Bear Country –
Rushmore Cave an ancient Black Hills' treasure, buried beneath the earth's surface is now yours to discover and explore, just a few miles east of Mount Rushmore. Here you will find beautiful Rushmore Cave. http://www.beautifulrushmorecave.com
There will be lots of shows this year during the Sturgis Rally week beginning in
Who doesn't like FREE STUFF? ...Read More
Riding is so much fun we don't normally think about it, but how much energy does it actually take to ride a motorcycle? Starting with the weight you are holding up, all the energy that it takes to simply keep your bike straight while stoping or parking. There is a lot of small but consistent exercise taking place while your are riding your motorcycle. Not to mention the extra effort when it is raining, or windy. So if
you need another excuse to ride, maybe you'll shed a few pounds... Ride for your health!
Keep it between the lines & we will see you in August!