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Our church youth group has make the LPRR our home away from home every summer for the past three years. Sadie, Shannon and their staff are always wonderful to work with and the food is amazing. Great people!
We came in lately for having dinner, and the kitchen still served our group well. Some of us has steaks, I enjoyed the fish and chips. I would also like to recommend their fries from sweet potatoes one of our group members had as a...More
Fairly worn out. But not bad for the area. Meals were good in the restaurant. Funky smell in my room so strong I slept with the window open in 30 degree weather. Rips and tears in my blankets and rips in the upholstery.
June 2016 was our 2nd visit to the LPRR. Sadie and her staff were once again fantastic and accommodating. Our meals were great! They even did a "to go" picnic meal for us on one occasion. Great people! We will return again this summer!
The first half of the visit was not very pleasant. The desk clerk was in- experienced she gave us rooms that were probably never used very much. They had a quick cleaning but they were full of bugs. not their traditional annual Beetle but wasps...More
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We did not use a guide however, I would inquire at the Chamber of Commerce there located right beside the Lakota Prairie Hotel/restaurant. I wish you well on your spiritual journey. P.S. Visiting the site of Wounded Knee and... More
We did not use a guide however, I would inquire at the Chamber of Commerce there located right beside the Lakota Prairie Hotel/restaurant. I wish you well on your spiritual journey. P.S. Visiting the site of Wounded Knee and the graveyard across the street high on the hill is a good place to meditate. It stirred deep emotions in me that I never knew existed. I am part Cherokee.