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Housekeeping Cabin, 2 Queens QN/QN

4 guests | 2 beds | 1 bath
Key Amenities
Pet Friendly
Kitchenette

Located within a moderate paved walk to Sylvan Lake & Sylvan Store (lunch, ice cream or coffee, anyone?) these cabins offer just the right amenities for up to four guests.

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Living Space

  • 2 queen beds

  • Peaceful location in Sylvan's lower cabin loop
  • Walking distance to Sylvan Lake
  • These cozy cabins are tucked in the trees, with stone steps
  • Moderate terrain, walking distance to Sylvan Lake, Sylvan Store & Boat Rentals, Sylvan Campground, and Black Elk Peak Trailhead
  • 1/2 mile via car up the hill to Front Desk, Sylvan Lake Restaurant & Lounge or take the hiking trail (moderate terrain) up the hillside
  • 1/4 mile to Needles Highway entrance
  • Elev. 6,145 feet
  • Hilly forest surroundings near the lake makes for an exciting Park stay
  • 10 minute drive down to Custer City or Hill City
  • Neighboring cabins are close
  • Four of this cabin type available for booking

  • Kitchenette: Two-Burner Stovetop, Small Refrigerator, Microwave, Toaster, Sink
  • Coffee Pot
  • Hair Dryer
  • Table and chairs
  • Flat Screen TV
  • HVAC
  • Shared outdoor fire pit and picnic table (shared due to terrain)
  • 1 Full Bath
  • $318 night

  • Pet-friendly cabin available upon request at booking ($)
  • No rollaway service
  • Standard cancellation policy

Lodge Area

Stay at Sylvan Lake Lodge and see Custer State Park's crown jewel for yourself. Rich in history and natural beauty, the lodge is situated in a spot suggested by architect Frank Lloyd Wright—within a hillside forest of pine and spruce trees, in harmony with the beauty of the rugged landscape. This stone and timber lodge sits atop the sloping hills and the breathtaking beauty of Sylvan Lake. Spend the day hiking, fishing, swimming with the store available for conveniences and the Restaurant serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. View a cabin map here.

Wide shot of the front of Sylvan Lake Lodge at Custer State Park Resort