Best Green Hotels: Cedar Pass Lodge

Cedar Pass Lodge  
Interior, South Dakota, United States

The restaurant is a certified green restaurant.

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Organic Food Served  
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Educate Guests to "green"  
Educate Staff to "green"  
Participate in Green Program(s)  
Fresh Air  
Non-Smoking Rooms  
Environmental Cleaning  
Water Conservation  
Xeric Garden  
Gray-Water Recycling  
Recyclable Disposables  
Compostable Disposables  
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Hotel Recycling Bins  
Donating to Charity  
Conference Center/Rooms  
Fitness Center  

We stayed at the Cedar Pass Lodge before it became a Green Hotel so can't speak to its green actions now. But we loved staying there. The cabins are tiny, but since we were only there to sleep, the size didn't matter. They are situated very well for hiking and exploring The Badlands. They aren't fancy cabins, but they are clean and cute.

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