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Located on the main floor, the Norbeck Room has a king bed, private bath with shower and a jetted two person spa tub in the room. You can see Mount Rushmore from the windows and there is a patio door that accesses the west deck.

Historical Namesake:
As a State Legislator Peter Norbeck recognized the need for development in the Black Hills. His first goal was to create a game preserve in order to re-stock the wildlife that should have been there. After getting that passed in 1912, he went on to spear-head the construction of the Needles Highway and the Iron Mountain Road (both are part of the Norbeck Scenic Byway). He is recognized as a man of vision at a time in history that it was so important to preserve the natural beauty of the area.
# of Guests2
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Price Per Nightfrom $165
Located on the second floor, this room has two queen beds, a private bath with antique claw-foot tub/shower and a two-person jetted spa tub in the room.

Historical Namesake:
In about 1875, Annie accompanied her husband, a gold seeker across this land, along with their young son. When they heard about gold being found in the Black Hills they turned north. They were run out by the U.S. Cavalry, but soon returned and prospected. Every where her husband’s gold seeking took her Annie started a school. Schools allowed families to join the miners, and in very short order the Black Hills were settled and civilized. When he decided to move on to Montana, she and her son stayed. She later served as Superintendent of Schools for a large area. She rode horseback up to the remote schools that she had started for many years.
# of Guests4
Rental TypeRoom
Pet Friendly?
Price Per Nightfrom $165
Located on the second floor, this room has two queen beds and a futon sofa bed that can sleep up to six people. The bath has an antique claw-foot tub/shower and there is a two-person jetted spa tub in the room. Just outside of this room is the TV viewing area. You can also see Mt. Rushmore from this room.

Historical Namesake:

C.C. Gideon was Marilyn’s grandfather who came to the Black Hills in 1918 to supervise the construction of the State Game Lodge. Working alongside Peter Norbeck, he was able to turn vision into reality. The two men laid out both the Needles Highway and Iron Mountain Road. With Norbeck’s encouragement, Gideon designed the historic Pigtail bridges on Iron Mountain Road. After serving the public at the Game Lodge for 27 years, Gideon became the first concessionaire at Mt. Rushmore for another 5 years before retiring in 1955.
# of Guests6
Rental TypeRoom
Pet Friendly?
Price Per Nightfrom $165