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Lodging at Legendary Buffalo Chip For Sturgis

Tuesday, July 27, 2010
The Legendary Buffalo Chip at sunset.
If you're going to Sturgis this year, the Legendary Buffalo Chip is the place to stay if you want to be in the heart of the action.
Not only does the Legendary Buffalo Chip offer its guests premier Sturgis Rally Week festivities and once-in-a-lifetime musical performances, it also offers an array of accommodations and true western-style hospitality. Every year thousands of bikers from across the country converge on the renowned grounds of the Buffalo Chip to set up camp on over 500 acres of campground and enjoy the best facilities, entertainment, food and vendors that Sturgis has to offer.

After a lengthy trip, bikers truly appreciate being able to take off their boots and dust off the miles at an assortment of comfortable accommodation options at the Buffalo Chip including cabin and trailer rentals as well as a variety of camping areas. Whether visitors are looking forward to being in the middle of the action or seeking a little rest and relaxation, the Chip has created a selection of lodging to suit any travelers' needs.

Celebrate Rally Week's 70th Anniversary in style at Sturgis' Best Party Anywhere by staying at any one of the Chip's premier camping areas such as the Sturgis Road Campground or Fenske Park Campground. Guaranteed to be at the epicenter of the action, the Chip's camping selection provides guests the true Sturgis Biker experience. Weekly passes also include all activities sponsored by the Chip including their impressive selection of live music performances.


In addition to traditional camping accommodations, the Chip also offers bikers an EZ Camp option that boasts a complete campsite waiting for your arrival. Imagine cruising into your personal campground to a pitched tent complete with air mattress, sleeping bag, pillow, flashlight and candles. Visitors will also have use of a cooler, lawn chair and toiletries. All EZ Camp packages also include set-up and tear down.

For those who prefer a little peace and quiet but would still like to remain only a stone's throw away from the action, there is the RV camping area as well as selection of cozy travel trailers. These trailers are complete with all the conveniences you'll need for a comfortable stay including stove, air conditioning, heater, microwave, beds, bathroom and more.
Bob Dylan at the Buffalo Chip Sturgis 2010
This guy is scheduled to play at the Chip on Aug. 10. Wouldn't it be cool to watch Bob Dylan perform then walk back to your campsite with his music still ringing in your ears?

However, visitors looking for even more secluded and luxurious accommodations during their stay may want to consider the Chip's cabin rentals. Having recently added additional cabins on the southern boundary of the campground, the Chip boasts a number cabins that visitors can reserve during Rally Week. Cabin rentals include a security deposit which is refundable upon satisfactory inspection at the time of departure. However, rental costs do not include campground admission. Cabins may be rented with basic set-up or deluxe set-up, which includes a mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker and air mattresses.

The Buffalo Chip offers daily admission passes as well as package rates including the per person rally pass ($255) August 9-15, the per person extended rally pass ($300) August 7-15 or the per person early bird pass ($335) August 2-15. EZ Camp passes range from $100 to $640, RV rentals range from $2145 to $2445 and RV sites range from $100 to $550.

Regardless of what type of accommodations you prefer, every biker that stays at the Buffalo chip will have all of their needs taken care of and are guaranteed a memorable Sturgis experience. Experience Sturgis at the Legendary Buffalo Chip- there really is no reason to go anywhere else. Visit www.buffalochip.com  for more information or to make your reservations for Sturgis 2010.
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Madfoxx -Why?  July 28, 2010 03:30 PM
I like the line" the Chip's camping selection provides guests the true Sturgis Biker experience." What a load. I used to go back in the early eighties and that was true "Biker" experience. You could ride anywhere and anyway you wanted. Deadwood wasn't a casino and the cops were few and far between. Now it's over-hyped, over-priced and over done. To me it lost it's charm about 15 years ago. This "biker" won't be back anytime soon.