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Hisega Lodge
23101 Triangle Trl
Rapid City, SD 57702
Phone: +1--6053428444

Carol and Kenn Duncan


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Hisega Lodge is known for its beautiful setting, and guests notice the soothing sound of the creek the moment they arrive. Whether you crave an active vacation or a peaceful retreat, the environment at Hisega Lodge will satisfy.A rustic fireplace of native stone and a handful of wildflowers provide a welcome for summer guests. The rooms in this 100-year-old lodge are simple and comfortable, and the public areas invite relaxation either with the group or in solitude.
Many rooms at Hisega Lodge feature original wood floors and all are furnished simply and comfortably. All rooms have fans, functioning windows and private baths.This corner room, the Trout Room, features a pillow-top king bed and lots of windows facing the creek. Each room has a private bath and private entrance.
This lovely corner room features a queen bed and private bath. Wi-fi is available throughout the lodge.For a winter getaway or summer adventure, choose Hisega Lodge in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Photo by Scott Zoller.
An early 20th century postcard shows what is now Hisega Lodge, a haven for over a hundred years, nestled next to Rapid Creek in the Black Hills of South Dakota.The most popular spaces during beautiful Black Hills evenings (no bugs!) are our wraparound porches on the upper and main floors. Watch the birds, listen to the creek and relax after a fun day of hiking, touristing or business meetings.
Fly fishers, hikers and nature lovers enjoy the sight and sound of Rapid Creek, just a few steps from Hisega Lodge in the Black Hills of South Dakota.