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Palmer Gulch Resort remains open despite local Black Hills FiresAugust 16, 2012
The hot, dry season has been the source of wildfires running rampant across western South Dakota, but many popular Black Hills attractions remain open and ready for the summer season.
Palmer Gulch Resort in Hill City SD is open despite the recent wildfires and the resort continues to be a popular Black Hills destination for many South Dakota visitors.
Gwyn Wathen, Director of Lodging, Group Sales and Special Events at Palmer Gulch, is confident that the resort will maintain its appeal in spite of the recent flames.
Last Modified: 08-16-2012-10:37:33
Explore the Outdoors at Palmer Gulch Resort in Hill City, SDAugust 16, 2012
Watching television for hours, sitting on the computer until bedtime, playing video games until dawn and then eating on the couch while watching the television – the cycle of screen time can continue for days.
But what else do these activities have in common? Besides allowing children to intently focus on an excessive amount of media, all of these activities take place inside. Children are spending more time than ever before in front of a screen indoors, instead of discovering new things in the thought-provoking world outside. Parents can break this cycle by taking their children to Palmer Gulch Resort this summer -- a prime family vacation destination that has everything a family could desire in one convenient location.
Last Modified: 08-16-2012-10:31:27
Delicious things cooking up at Palmer Gulch Resort!August 16, 2012
One of the best parts of a vacation is the food-hands down.
Worries of overeating, counting calories, and sticking to favorites go out the window as travelers around the world begin their summer adventures in search of rejuvenation. Regular orders are replaced with new experiences, and preferences are exchanged with the excitement of the unknown. For those vacationing in South Dakota, Palmer Gulch Resort has the exciting taste of something new for all ages.
Last Modified: 08-16-2012-10:21:49
Christian music group, Go Fish to perform at Palmer GulchFebruary 29, 2012
Contemporary Christian music is a perfect accompaniment for the first annual Family Faith Weekend at Palmer Gulch.
Go Fish, a popular children’s Christian music trio, will headline the event, bringing with them an infectious combination of harmonies and uplifting lyrical messages of love and faith.
One of the bands founding members, Jamie Statema was quoted on their website saying, “We take pride in our work and art, but our priority is sharing the Gospel and teaching the Bible to kids—our success doesn’t depend on the next radio single.”
Last Modified: 08-15-2012-12:17:40