Very Good

8 reviews

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Log cabin
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Description from owner

PLEASE GO TO OWNER'S WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS OF MY 5 TYPES OF ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE, OUR INQUIRY, COMPLETE LIST OF INCLUDED AMENITIES, RATES & DISCOUNTS, POLICIES & MY INQUIRY FORM FOR ACCURATE RESPONSE. Rate listed on this site is for a Cabin - 2 private bedrooms & hide-a-bed - 3 persons - Check out owner's site for additional person rates & Extended stay discounts.

THANKS GEORGE - OWNER - Quails Crossing .net

8 - Cabins w/2 private bedrooms, Livingroom w/1 hide-a-bed, full kitchen, 1 bathroom w/shower, Sleeps up to 6 or 8 persons with 4 persons being under age 9.

6 - Motel rooms w/ 1 king bed or 1 queen & 1 double beds, kitchenette, charcoal grill access & full bath.

1 - Motel suite: 3 private bedrooms, 3 hide-a-beds in livingroom, 2 bathrooms w/shower, full kitchen, dining to seat 14 persons. Sleeps up to 12 or 14 persons with 8 being under age 9

1 - Motel Suite: 2 private bedrooms, 2 hide-a-bed in living room, 2 bathrooms

w/shower, full kitchen & dining room, Sleeps up to 6 persons or 8 persons with 4 being

under age of 9

NEW IN 2015 !!! On premise Laundromat

Located on 6.5 acres just .5 miles South of Hill City, not far from Keystone, Custer, Crazy Horse, Mount Rushmore.

Large ingound swimming pool, hottub, Mickelson Trail access with free use of bicycles. Free gold panning & lessons in Spring Creek that runs through the property. 2 Large Campfire areas w/firewood included, 2 Playgound areas, all on 6.5 acres to play & explore. Charcoal Grills - for all accommodations w/charcoal & lighter fluid included.

About the area

Central Black Hills, just .5 miles South Hill City and 15 or less miles from Mount Rushmore, Custer, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse, Keystone, Pactola Lake, Sylvan Lake & Deerfield Lake, 28 miles from Rapid City, 42 miles from Deadwood & Lead and just 50 miles from Sturgis and more. Downtown Hill City, Mickelson Trail, 1880 Train Silver Dollar Saloon for Great pizza & other meals, just couple hundred yards down the road. - Slate Creek Grill - my favorite coffee and breakfast spot, they also have a great menu for lunch & dinner, just 3/4 miles away in downtown Hill City.

Getting around

Seeing the Black Hills in any type of vehicle is great. Endless highway, byways & back roads with changing scenery.

Getting here

Real easy to find, centally located in the Black Hills, just .5 miles so. Hill City on Highway 16/385 Look forward to seeing you here !!! George owner-operator

Interaction with guest

I ask when looking for a place to stay. Consider all included amenities as many of my competitors do not offer my included amenities or charge extra for them. For example: Campfires areas - don't offer or charge $5 plus for a bundle of firewood, 12" diameter x 18" long I have owned & operated Quail's Crossing for 18 yrs. I want all my customers to have a great time, while respecting my other customers & my property. Thanks George - Owner - Operator

Owner profile

George H



  • Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
    Bedroom 2: Queen Bed
    Beds in other rooms: Sofa beds


  • Air conditioning
  • Grill
  • Heating
  • High Speed Internet
  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Linen provided
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Parking Included
  • Staffed property
  • Towels provided


  • Clothes dryer
  • DVD player
  • Fax machine
  • High chair
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite TV
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Toaster
  • Video player
  • Washing machine


  • Bikes
  • Cycling Trips
  • Fishing
  • Water sports
  • Horse riding
  • Swing set

Reviews (8)

Very Good – based on 8 reviews Very Good
8 reviews

“Wonderful stay”

Reviewed 28 Jul 2011

We had a wonderful stay at this little cabin. It was exceptionally clean, the people are incredibly helpful and friendly, it had an extra home feel since the owners are there and operate it all themselves. The location was quiet and beautiful. Great area for the kids to run and play. We got to know other kids and combined they spent hours at the creek on the property. And despite the quiet, rural setting it was incredibly close to everything. 5 minutes to Rushmore, one minute to Keystone. LOVED our stay. Just a note this is a very small cabin - but it worked just great for our family of four! Highly recommended this place.

Owner's reply: I am always thankful for great customers. George

“We loved it.”

Reviewed 7 Aug 2009

We came up for the 1st week of the Stugis Rally. It was everything we expected and more. Close to all the Rally stuff, but far enough away to be restful in the evenings.

Owner's reply: Sure glad we could accommodate. All you Bikers, Ride Safe!!!! Thanks George

“Cabin #5”

Reviewed 28 Jul 2009

Quail's crossing as an rustic camp setting is cozy but cabins somewhat dated but nicely maintained lots of outdoor activities for the kids. pool,hot tub, playground, basketball and biking nice little camping supply store in office an plenty of movies to view. Great location for base camp for touring the hills!

Owner's reply: Yes our cabins are dated, great part of the Black Hills History. CCC Cabins. Be sure to check out the history page on our site. We have moderized them & remodel a little trying not to take away all the history. Hope to see you agian. Thanks George

“Close and convenient to everything”

Reviewed 27 Jul 2009

We stayed three nights in July 09. Cabins are a bit outdated and on the small size, but extremely clean and the location is perfect. Nice pool and play area for kids, free bikes for use and access to Mickelson Trail, campfire pits, grills, creek out back for panning gold.

Owner's reply: Glad you enjoyed some of the amenities we provide at no extra cost. Hope to see you agian. Thanks George

“Great Place to Stay in the Black Hills”

Reviewed 9 Jun 2009

This cabin was everything that I hoped for. It was close enough to the attractions but very secluded and quiet! We stayed for 6 nights with 4 adults and 3 children and had room to spare. Everything was clean and well taken care of! They also had some added ammenities that were nice-gas grill (with gas actually in the tank) and Sat TV with DVR (which was nice for the kids on the rainy days). I would recommend this cabin to family and friends.

Owner's reply: Thanks for being a great customer & wonderful guest. Appreciate your cleaning up to get your deposit back. Great Job. Welcome back anytime. Thanks George

“The Perfect Place!”

Reviewed 7 Sep 2008

Black Hills Cabins & Motel (Quail's Crossing) is a wonderful place to stay. The motel rooms are spotlessly clean and the Cabins are terrific. The owner George does a wonderful job of keeping the place in top shape,and he has on hand anything you could possibly need for your vaction. I can't wait till next year to go back. See you then George. hopefully you'll be able to find the time to take a ride with us!

“Cabin #3”

Reviewed 25 Aug 2008

We stayed 3 nights in this cabin; it was very clean, and we enjoyed our stay. The pool was nice and clean, the kids had a good time swimming. The owner was very accommodating and we enjoyed visiting with him about the area. If we visit the area again, we will call him for a reservation.

“Relaxing Vacation”

Reviewed 4 Aug 2008

This cabin is amazing. It is the most peaceful place I have ever been to. The view is breath taking. I haven't had such a laid back time in quite a while. I am definately going to go back. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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Owner Supplied Testimonials

I am the owner George Heywood of Black Hill Cabins & Motel at Quail's Crossing. This is my 11th season here after moving from Iowa. Owning this place has been a great experience, with continueing improvement to I hope to better my customers time here in the Black Hills. May I encourage you to click on the external link to the actual Quail's Crossing site where you will find a lot more detail of what I have to offer for your stay. More complete list of rates, discounts & policies. I hope to see you here.
Thanks George