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Glamp at Under Canvas Mount Rushmore

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Located on an original gold mining settlement, Under Canvas® is the best way to experience one of America’s most iconic landmarks. Enjoy views of Mount Rushmore during the day and a star filled sky with incredible views of the Milky Way at night, all from the comfort of your private tent. Plus, delicious cafe-style dining is on-site and deluxe lodging options include in-tent bathrooms.

Interior of a Suite Tent at Under Canvas Mount Rushmore
Interior of a Suite Tent at Under Canvas Mount Rushmore Photo by Bailey Made courtesy of Under Canvas

Beyond Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park and Crazy Horse Memorial are just minutes away and Badlands National Park is a quick day trip.

In these days of social distancing, Under Canvas is taking a number of operational actions to make sure you feel safe when you stay at an Under Canvas location. Plus, glamping in stand-alone tents with no connected duct-work means you’re breathing in fresh air.

The camps will be using EPA-certified cleaning agents to thoroughly deep clean tents between every guest stay, in addition to all public spaces and staff areas. Hand sanitizing station are available throughout camp. Under Canvas’ EO bath products are in each tent for hand washing.

A gourmet coffee cart is available on site offering everything from cappuccinos and lattes to matcha.

For more information:
605-789-5194
24342 Presidio Ranch Road Keystone, SD 57751
www.undercanvas.com/camps/mount-rushmore/

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This article was originally published on https://www.yellowstonepark.com/ on 2022-05-24 12:05:33

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