About The Resort
Lodging Options at Custer State Park Resort
Within Custer State Park are four distinct lodges, each with its own unique personality. Outdoor activities designed to get you exploring every granite spire and brook-laden meadow await you. Please select a resort below to learn more. You can also check out a video that showcases the highlights of Custer State Park.
This gracious stone and wood lodge is set in a beautiful mountain valley, surrounded by a ponderosa pine forest. Grace Coolidge Creek winds through the valley and offers excellent trout fishing. Oak, birch, and aspen trees line the babbling creek, providing a colorful year-round display.
The view from Sylvan Lake Resort can't be beat, thanks to architect Frank Lloyd Wright. After the original lakeshore resort burned down in 1935, Wright suggested the current location amidst a forest of pine and spruce trees.
Blue Bell Lodge is as comfortable as a pair of old blue jeans. This hideaway retreat with a ranch flavor offers a Western experience that's sure to charm.
This laid-back lodge sits directly on the water's edge. It's a choice spot for summer picnics, lazy days at the beach, and adventurous treks into the wilderness.