South Dakota and Custer State Park have called to me and my soul. It's probably the first place we've been to that I would even consider living in. Probably until winter. I checked the average temperatures and July and August are the only two months that have never seen snow.
We stopped at a few of the campgrounds in the park and they were absolutely beautiful. We know we can't get the rig in here because it's too big, but we're actually thinking of getting a tent and spending a night or two, roughing it out here in this beautiful place.
One of the campgrounds had a small lake and lots of big rocks to sit on and watch the sun go down over the lake. Most of the campgrounds were in a forest-like setting and were extremely well maintained. One campground did have power, but the turns would have been too tight for the rig. Who knows, we may get a tent. Wonder what the furkids would think?
Warning ahead: There are lots and I mean lots of pictures in this post. Sorry, but I couldn't narrow them down. It's just too beautiful.