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Explore the Black Hills

Black Hills Area

Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Monument is an important piece of US history and an impressive piece of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Located near Keystone, just 23 miles southwest of Rapid City, this landmark fills you with emotional patriotism. It is a remarkable sight not taken for granted by the citizens of Western South Dakota.

Crazy Horse

Originated by Korczak Ziolkowski in 1948, Crazy Horse stands above the Black Hills near Custer, SD. When viewing this enormous piece of work, you are witnessing history in the making. Crazy Horse holds an semi-annual volksmarch the first weekend in June and October. This is the only time of year the public is allowed to hike to the carving in progress.


The Badlands may not be the most well-known attraction in South Dakota, but they hold some of the most captivating views in the state. This national park includes 244,000 acres of sharp ridges and profound canyons. Decades of erosion create beautiful layers of color with grassland mixed in create a surface that seems out of this world.

Main Street Square

 “Located in the heart of Downtown Rapid City, Main Street Square is a fun-filled public space that features special events, arts and culture, live concerts, seasonal ice skating and interactive fountains. Surrounded by the City of Presidents, boutiques, eateries and galleries, Main Street Square is a destination the whole family can enjoy.”


“In 1876, the Wild West town of Deadwood was born when prospectors came across a gulch full of dead trees and a creek full of gold. Historic Deadwood, SD is just as wild today as it was when legends like Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock roamed the streets. Today you’ll find modern-day casinos, resort hotels, full-service spas, big name concerts, and some of the best parties in the entire United States. Come walk in the footsteps of our legends and make history in Deadwood. We’ve been entertaining guests since 1876.”

Terry Peak

“Terry Peak Ski Area is South Dakota’s premier destination for a winter vacation, featuring skiing and snowboarding. The family-friendly ski resort is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, near historic Deadwood. The summit of Terry Peak stands at 7,100 ft tall, with the highest lift service between the Rockies and the Alps.”

Reptile Gardens

“Reptile Gardens is a premier South Dakota destination that houses some of the world’s deadliest snakes and is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Largest Reptile Zoo. Reptile Gardens has more species and subspecies of reptiles than any other zoo or wild animal park in the world!”

Bear Country

“A unique drive-thru wildlife park featuring North American wildlife. Encounter bears, wolves, elk, buffalo, and other wildlife on your three-mile drive. Enjoy the playful antics of bear cubs and other park offspring in the walk through Babyland. See where the animals roam free!”


“Venture into the world of Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor of Mount Rushmore, from the blasting of the stone to the grandeur of the "Seated Lincoln." On the tour you will meet the artist, his family and the famous people who were his friends. Stand alongside the full-sized eye of Lincoln, an exact replica of the eye on the mountain. Step back in time as our exclusive film takes you and Borglum to the top of the monument on the cable car. Discover what motivated Gutzon Borglum and why he began at age 60 what men half his age wouldn't attempt.”

SD Tourism

“Great faces, great places.” Get the scoop on all that South Dakota has to offer. From caves and dinosaurs to family attractions and night life, South Dakota is a gold mine of all things fun.

Putz N Glo Mini Golf

Have you ever wanted to play miniature golf in the dark? You can at Putz N Glo Black Light Mini Golf. When you get finished playing, try your luck at gemstone panning or get lost in the miner’s maze.

Mystic Miner Ski Resort

“Mystic Mountain is home to the most powder accumulation in the Black Hills of SD, averaging over 200 inches of annual snowfall, and is the Black Hills’ most family friendly resort! A winter attraction for all, Zero Gravity Tube Park. The most diverse ski terrain the Black Hills has to offer. If you are looking for groomed trails, powder runs, glade runs and uncrowded, wide-open slopes, we have it!”

Presidential Wax Museum

“Located in the shadow of Mount Rushmore in the historic town of Keystone, the National Presidential Wax Museum is an impressive highlight on any traveler's itinerary. Featuring the works of world-famous wax artist Katherine Stubergh, the National Presidential Wax Museum features over 100 life-size wax sculptures of some of the most iconic figures in American history. We invite you to witness the history of American Democracy from its inception.”

Jewel Cave

“Explore and Discover One of the Last Frontiers in the World. Immerse yourself within the third longest cave in the world. With over 191 miles of mapped and surveyed passages, this underground wilderness appeals to human curiosity. Its splendor is revealed through fragile formations and glimpses of brilliant color. Its maze of passages lure explorers, and its scientific wealth remains a mystery. This resource is truly a jewel in the National Park Service.”

Big Thunder Gold Mine

“The Black Hills of South Dakota has a rich history of gold mining and gold panning. In fact, the Black Hills gold rush is what built up the surrounding cities! Since 1892, Big Thunder Gold Mine has been finding gold in the Black Hills. Now, you have the opportunity to learn all about gold mining, gold panning, and placer mining.”

BH Visitor

“Black Hills Visitor, the region’s premier travel planning guide, is Evergreen Media’s legacy publication. With two seasonal issues covering the peak Spring/Summer season and the increasingly popular Fall/Winter season, this resource features the area’s most popular attractions, events, lodging, dining, shopping and more.”

1880’s Train

“See the Black Hills of South Dakota by vintage steam train! This historical steam train experience is narrated and fun for railroad enthusiasts of all ages! It's an activity like no other in the Black Hills.”

Trail Rides

“The Black Hills are full of monumental works of both man and nature, evident too in the world-class hiking, biking, motorized and non-motorized trail offerings one can find here. Whether hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVing or snowmobiling, the uncrowded, natural surroundings of the Black Hills and Badlands are an outdoor mecca with over 450 miles spread across 75 different trails.”


“The Dahl Arts Center has served as a premier western South Dakota arts center for contemporary visual arts, arts education and performing arts since it opened in October 1974. It is a public facility, gifted to Rapid City by Mr. & Mrs. A.E. Dahl, owned by the City of Rapid City and is managed by the Rapid City Arts Council.”

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

“500,000 riders, concert fanatics, and street food enjoyers attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally every year. Sturgis is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, only minutes away from Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Devils Tower, Cuter State Park and some of the most scenic riding in the country.”

Sturgis Mustang Rally

“A week long Mustang rally packed with racing, cruises, car show and fun events. It’s not just a rally, it’s a destination spot. Take your Mustangs to Sturgis, SD for your adventure.” Labor Day Weekend.

Black Hills Corvette Classic

“Welcome to the Black Hills Corvette Classic, an annual event put on by the Sioux Falls Corvette Club to celebrate America’s favorite sports car. 2017 marks the 46th year of the Classic. It has grown from a small get-together of friends that started back in 1971 to one of the premier international Corvette events.  Each year over 400 Corvettes embark on the pilgrimage to join the party that is the Black Hills Corvette Classic. Starting on the eastern side of the state in Sioux Falls, SD, we’ll get the party started and then caravan 400 miles west to Spearfish, SD.  Visit Mount Rushmore, explore the Badlands, and enjoy the vistas.  It’s true what they say: we come for the car, but stay for the people!”

Sturgis Camaro Rally

“Sturgis Camaro Rally is an all generation Camaro event featuring a show & shine, drag racing, auto cross, poker runs, and much much more! Camaro owners will get the chance to cruise through the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota with their fellow Camaro owners while celebrating the number one American muscle car, the Chevy Camaro.”

Mickelson Trail

“The Mickelson Trail was originally the Burlington Northern line that took trains from Edgemont, SD to the northern Black Hills and the gold mines of Deadwood area. The trail transverses the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. The track built originally in 9 months and 22 days, was abandoned in 1983. A group of outdoor enthusiasts recognized the trails potential, and with support of the then Governor Mickelson, it became the states' first rails to trails project.”

The Lean Horse Ultra Marathon

“The Lean Horse Ultra Marathon is run in August every year in the Black Hills of South Dakota. It was first run in 2005. It features a 100-mile race, a 50-mile race, a 30-mile race, and a 20-mile race. The course is held on the George S. Mickelson Trail.”

Black Hills Mountain Bike Association

“Mountain biking is a sport that engages body, mind and spirit. Take a solo ride to clear your mind and experience nature up close, ride with family and friends for fun and adventure (and tall tales to tell later), or participate in rides, races, projects, meetings and social events that bring a whole new dimension to the biking experience.” Learn about all the trails in the Black Hills area.

Bear Butte

“Mato Paha or “Bear Mountain” is the Lakota name given to Bear Butte State Park. This geological formation is one of several intrusions of igneous rock in the Black Hills that formed millions of years ago. From the 4,426 foot summit, you can view four states. The mountain is sacred to many American Indian tribes who come here to hold religious ceremonies. Artifacts dating back 10,000 years have been found near Bear Butte.”

Devil’s Tower

“The Tower is an astounding geologic feature that protrudes out of the prairie surrounding the Black Hills. It is considered sacred by Northern Plains Indians and indigenous people. Hundreds of parallel cracks make it one of the finest crack climbing areas in North America. Devils Tower entices us to learn more, explore more and define our place in the natural and cultural world.”

Custer State Park

“Custer State Park is famous for its bison herds, other wildlife, scenic drives, historic sites, visitor centers, fishing lakes, resorts, campgrounds and interpretive programs. In fact, it was named as one of the World's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations for the array of wildlife within the park's borders and for the unbelievable access visitors have to them. One of the nation’s largest state parks, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, South Dakota’s premier State Park comprises 71,000 acres. Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s.”


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