This gracious stone and wood lodge is set in a beautiful mountain valley, surrounded By a ponderosa 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 State Game Lodge served as the Summer White House for President Calvin Coolidge in 1927 and was visited by President Dwight D. Eisenhower for several Days in 1953. It was built in 1920, and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.Inside, youll discover a blend of the past and the present, the elegant and the Outdoors. Accommodations range from stately lodge rooms to modern motel rooms And cozy cabins. The historic State Game Lodge Dining Room serves South Dakota Specialities like buffalo, pheasant and trout.After dinner, relax on the front porch or take a leisurely stroll along Grace Coolidge Creek. Named for Calvins first lady, the stream flows through the lodges Sprawling front yard.The parks popular Buffalo Safari Jeep Tours originate from the State Game Lodge. Take an open-air ride into the back country in search of bison! Guides tell you all About the park and its amazing wildlife. Located in Custer State Park, in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Near Mount Rushmore National Monument, historic Deadwood, and many more area attractions. Because this lodge is located in Custer State Park ? an entrance fee is required.