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Explore the Black Hills

Black Hills Area

Mount Rushmore

Truly a marvel of modern engineering and art, Mount Rushmore bears the images of four of this Nation’s finest Presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt. Its immense size and detail make it a stand out feature in the Black Hills area. Just outside of Keystone and a mere 23 miles from Rapid City, this National Monument is a great place to connect with both the environment and the story of the United States.

Crazy Horse

Though construction began in 1948, the Crazy Horse Memorial is still under construction. First started by Korczak Ziolkowski, the memorial celebrates the Ogalala Lakota warrior, Crazy Horse. Just a few miles from Mount Rushmore, the crazy horse monument celebrates the enduring culture of American Indian peoples. In June and October, visitors can hike to the monument.


Despite the name, the Badlands are home to some of the most captivating and beautiful landscapes in all of South Dakota. This National Park rolls, twists, and turns across more than 244,000 acres of land. The park is seemingly always changing, as it erodes and blends with the grasslands that surround it.

Main Street Square

Main Street Square is the lively center of downtown Rapid City. With the changing seasons, the square hosts a variety of events that are fun for people of all ages, everything from ice skating, to fountains, car shows, and live music. Ringed with boutique shops and delicious restaurants, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Main Street Square.


An iconic town of the Wild West era, the city of Deadwood was established when, in 1876, prospectors first found gold in the creeks nearby. Home to legends like Wild Bill Hickok, Seth Bullock, and Calamity Jane, the town hasn’t lost its rough and tumble character, with casinos, concerts, parties along with more refined features like hotels, restaurants, and spas. A trip to Deadwood is a trip back to the days of the Wild West. Experience this legendary city for yourself.

Terry Peak

Just because winter sets in doesn’t mean your adventures have to stop. The Terry Peak Ski area is South Dakota’s favorite place to ski and snowboard. Nestled in the heart of the Black Hills and just a few miles from historic Deadwood, Terry Peak is the perfect place to play in the winter. Standing at 7,100 ft tall, Terry Peak offers the highest lift service between the Alps and the Rockies.

Reptile Gardens

The Black Hills are home to some of the most amazing creatures and animals on the planet. Thanks to the Reptile Gardens, you can see some of the most exotic reptiles in the world. A Guinness of World Records title holder, the Reptile Garden is the world’s largest reptile zoo, hosting more species and subspecies of snakes, alligators, turtles and more than any other zoo or animal park in the world.  

Bear Country

See the natural residents of the Black Hills area in this spectacular drive-thru wildlife park. Visitors will be treated to exciting views of iconic Western wildlife like bears, wolves, bison, and elk. See the animals that make the West truly wild.


The Borglum Historical Center is home to the story and work of Gutzon Borglum, the architect behind Mount Rushmore. A life-long artist and patriot, Borglum brought his vision to life when he began working on the mountain face in the Black Hills that would become his crowning achievement. This center is packed with his works of art as well as his designs and drawings of Mount Rushmore. Learn more about the man behind the mountain at the Borglum Historical Center.

SD Tourism

You’re never without something to do in South Dakota. There’s adventures to be had no matter your interests or walk of life. From scenic hiking and backpacking to exploring caves and rivers, to concerts, family attractions you’ll love exploring South Dakota. The Black Hills has so much to offer, you’ll never run out of things to do.

Putz N Glo Mini Golf

Play a round of nine or the full 18 no matter the time of day. At Putz N Glo, you can play mini golf under black lights for a fun new way to play. Enjoy other activities like gemstone panning and a maze too!

Mystic Miner Ski Resort

Undoubtedly one of the most popular places to ski and snowboard, Mystic Mountain holds the distinction of getting the highest accumulation of snow in the Black Hills region. With more than 200 inches of annual snowfall, Mystic Mountain is the ideal place to enjoy winter activities. With wide open and well-maintained slopes, it’s fun for the whole family.

Presidential Wax Museum

You can find Presidents throughout the rolling terrain of the Black Hills. Not too far from Mount Rushmore, the National Presidential Wax Museum can be found in the historic city of Keystone. More than 100 life-size wax sculptures of the nation’s greatest leaders can be found in the halls of this museum. Follow the story of America through these pieces of art made by famous sculptors like Katherine Stubergh.

Jewel Cave

Step deep into the earth and explore the passages and caverns of Jewel Cave. There are more than 191 miles of passages to travel and explore, making this the world’s third longest cave system. Take in the striking rock formations and the spectacular colors they take on. Jewel Cave is an exciting and beautiful addition to the National Park Service.

Big Thunder Gold Mine

The Black Hills have always been famous for its gold. It was this valuable resource that brought many of the early residents to this rugged and beautiful landscape. The Big Thunder Gold Mine has been finding gold in the Black Hills since 1892. When you visit this historic mine, you can learn about the industry that sparked the development of South Dakota.

BH Visitor

The Black Hills Visitor is your go-to travel guide for the Black Hills region. Released every season, this guide is packed with fun activities for families at any time during the year. You’ll find the most popular restaurants, shops places to stay, and places to play tucked into the pages of every issue.

1880’s Train

Take a step back in time and get your ticket to ride this vintage steam train. This guided tour takes you through the Black Hills and tells you the story of the region. Fun for kids and adults, railroad enthusiasts will love this journey through time!

Trail Rides

Whether you’re powered by pedals, horsepower or actual horses, you can explore the Black Hills by riding its network of trails. 75 different paths weave their way across the landscape, making for more than 450 miles of trails to trek. Enjoy your adventure from your bicycle, motorcycle, horse, ATV, or snowmobile for year-round adventure.


Since 1974, the Dahl Arts Center has been entertaining the people of South Dakota with visual and performing arts, as well as educational opportunities. Managed by the Rapid City Arts Council, this dynamic performance space is always hosting a fabulous new show. 

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

A classic event for riders all over the world. More than 500,000 riders gather every year to attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Packed with concerts, food, and events, Sturgis invites riders to see the best of what South Dakota has to offer. Riders love the roads that take them past sights like Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Devils Tower, and more.

Sturgis Mustang Rally

Looking for rides with four wheels, not two? Sturgis also hosts its Mustang rally where car enthusiasts of all kinds gather together to celebrate this iconic ride. Enjoy your Labor Day weekend in the company of other classic car lovers.

Black Hills Corvette Classic

Originally started in 1971 as a way to brings together to celebrate their cars, the Black Hills Corvette Classic has quickly become one of the largest Corvette events in the world! More than 400 Corvettes make the journey to the South Dakota to take part in the classic ride that runs from Sioux Falls to Spearfish. Drivers get to enjoy the best of what the Black Hills has to offer, taking in both natural and cultural wonders along the way.

Sturgis Camaro Rally

It seems that at any given moment, you’ll find a parade of classic or custom cars, planes, and motorcycles riding through the Black Hills. Not to be left out, the Sturgis Camaro rally features car displays, drag racing, poker tournaments, autocross races, and many more events focused on this classic muscle car. Camaro lovers can travel through the Black Hills and celebrate the amazing landscape while they share their fondness for this iconic American auto.

Mickelson Trail

Experience the Black Hills in a truly unique way. This trail is an impressive 109 miles long and features more than 100 converted railroad bridges and four rock tunnels. Made from crushed limestone, the trail follows the original Burlington Northern rail line that connected Edgemont to the gold-rich Black Hills, and of course, the infamous Deadwood. With 15 different trailheads and ample parking, you can enjoy a different part of this spectacular trail every time you visit!

The Lean Horse Ultra Marathon

Ready to see the entirety of the Mickelson trail all in one go? Then it’s time to sign up for one of the largest runs in the Black Hills! The Learn Horse Ultra Marathon is run every year and features 20, 30, 50, and 100-mile races for runners of all skill levels. 

Black Hills Mountain Bike Association

Explore the Black Hills from the seat of your favorite mountain bike, and connect with the environment in a totally new way. Whether you ride solo, or with a group, you can enjoy the twisting trails and winding roads of the Black Hills. Join the Black Hills Mountain Bike Association and meet other cyclists, enjoy meetups, races, projects, and festivals that celebrate the best parts of mountain biking.

Bear Butte

This incredible geological feature is a natural and cultural wonder in the Black Hills. Formed from the same igneous rocks that created the Black Hills millions of years ago, the summit sits at nearly 4,500 feet of elevation, allowing you to see into four separate states. Sacred to Native American groups, the Butte continues to hold religious ceremonies here alongside the ancient artifacts that are discovered nearby.

Devils Tower

This impressive landscape feature seems to erupt out of the earth itself. Surrounded by prairies, it’s hard not to notice Devils Tower. A sacred site for American Indian groups, this rock tower was the first National Monument. Today it is a gathering point for all people and is a big draw for avid rock climbers from around the country. 

Custer State Park

Sweeping across more than 71,000 acres, Custer State Park is well known for its diverse populations of wildlife, including bison, elk, bighorn sheep, and river otters. Travelers can enjoy historic sites, visitor centers, campgrounds, and ranger-led programs. Just a few miles from the city of Custer, this state park is easy to get to and hard to leave. You’ll be captivated by the immense scenery and array of wildlife. 


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