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The Best Rapid City Hotel For Seniors - Rapid City SD - The Foothills Inn

Great Deals on last minute Rooms - Rapid City SD Hotel Rooms- The Foothills Inn                                                          Meet new People and Old Friends at our Farm-Style Oak Table for Breakfast, or just a game of Cards

Seniors 55+ with a 10% discount 
Stay 3 nights and the 3rd is 1/2 price 
2 Queen Beds on 1st floor 
If you are traveling with a dog 30 lbs or less it is free on the 3rd night 
We have specific rooms for pets due to others having allergies
We are not ADA compliant - we do offer handicap parking, and stairs to 2nd floor
We are next door to a 24-hour Perkins Restaurant & Bakery serving a senior menu 
Cheers Sports Bar is right next door at our sister property with the NFL Ticket  
Not valid during Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August 

The Best Hotel for - Black Hills Fairground Event -The Foothills Inn

The Foothills Inn Hotel - for Black Hills Fairground Events - Rapid City SD

Cattle, Horses and Rodeo Events held at the fairgrounds . We have a great deal for you 

Please call the Hotel direct for special pricing and ease to cancel  605-348-5640
these rates will not be offered on internet or on line travel agencies. we offer a 10-20 % discount by calling Direct 

Things to Know 

We offer Scheduled shuttle service to the Rushmore civic center and Arena & the Black Hills Fairgrounds,  no need to walk a mile then get into a cold car! 
Same day laundry service, have your laundry bag down to the front desk by 9:00 am and when you return it will be all washed and folded.  
Security is always schedule for these huge events to ensure you are getting a good nights sleep. 
Are Doors lock at 11:00 pm  except the front entrance, please use the door bell
We are not ADA Compliant 

A 24 hour Perkins Restaurant and Bakery  and Cheers Sports Bar are right next door 

Free Breakfast, WiFi, HBO. lots of usb ports. Coffee all day 

Crazy Horses Big Night Blast| the Black Hills of SD

“Legends in Light” the Crazy Horse Memorial- multimedia laser-light show is presented nightly, at dark, from May 28, 2021 through September 6, 2021. Plan a Visit Night Blasts June 26th and September 6th 



Rotation dates for 2021  
volleyball 2021 ...Fall  
Girls AA Basket ball  march 2021
Golf June 6-6 2021 
Tennis A and AA May 2021 
BB march 17 2021 A- teams
All State Choir 2021 Oct 
Volleyball 2021 ... 
Girls AA Basket ball  march 2021
Boys BB march A teams 
Golf June 6-6 2021 
Tennis A and AA May 2021 
BB march 17 2021 A- teams
All State Choir 2021 Oct 

Black Hills PowWow Early Bird Package

What is a Pow Wow? Read the History | Scroll down 
The  Annual Pow Wow Early Bird Package 

One of the Largest Pow Wow in the USA 
Oct 9-Oct 12, 2020 / 2021 will be available as soon as we find out! The Norn is Columbus Day or now called Native American Day
Receive a 10% Discount  with 2 $5.00 Perkins coupons nightly and a Buy one get one Free Drink Special at Cheers.
This special is not offered on the internet or to On-Line Travel Agencies  
You must CALL Direct, 605-342-1300 to reserve /  with your Debit Card or a Major Credit Card, pre-paid cards are not accepted. 

Scheduled Shuttle to Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Free 
Laundry service, drop off you dirty laundry before 9 am and when you return it will be all washed and folded.  
Sept 1 2020 will be the last date for this outstanding  package, it will then be standard rates. We will honor these rates pre- and post-event dates for shopping and sightseeing. 

Black Hills Powwow, Rapid City, South Dakota. In 2019, there were 3,721 attendees at this Premier Cultural Event in Rapid City, SD. 
This event brings in more people every year from many different Native American tribes throughout the US and Canada. Many will extend their stay to take in the sights of our beautiful Black Hills. 

History of the Powwow

Native Americans have a long history in the Black Hills. After conquering the Cheyenne in 1776, the Lakota took the territory of the Black Hills, which became central to their culture. In 1868, the US government signed the Fort Laramie Treaty, establishing the Great Sioux Reservation west of the Missouri River, and exempting the Black Hills from all white settlement forever. However, when settlers discovered gold there in 1874 as a result of George Armstrong Custer's Black Hills Expedition, miners swept into the area in a gold rush. The US government took back the Black Hills and in 1889 reassigned the Lakota, against their wishes, to five smaller reservations in western South Dakota, selling off 9 million acres of their former land. Unlike most of South Dakota, the Black Hills were settled by European Americans primarily from population centers to the west and south of the region, as miners flocked there from earlier gold boom locations in Colorado and Montana.

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