As the 2016 major league baseball season winds down, it’s worth noting that baseball was a big part of the carving of Mount Rushmore.
You would think that after climbing up and down the rock face all week, workers would be taking it easy on the weekend.
What happens when you combine Keystone’s annual Holy Terror Day celebration with the town’s all-school reunion? Lots of fun.
Come join us for one of the Black Hills’ most venerable community events, Holy Terror Day on Sept. 10 in Keystone. This year, the event coincides with Keystone’s All-School Reunion, which happens every five years.
One of our favorite annual events is coming to Keystone. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Aug. 8 to Aug. 14, brings thousands of motorcycles to downtown Keystone.
Mount Rushmore is on just about every biker’s bucket list. And motorcyclists love the Old West boardwalk -- a great place for equal measures of bike watching and people watching. You can put your feet up and watch the world go by.
And in Keystone, we treat bikers the way they want to be treated. We’re still a family destination, and bikers appreciate that. No live music blaring. No navel whiskey shots. No wall-to-wall T-shirt tents. Just a good, relaxing break from the road.
Speaking of the road, Keystone is a great jumping-off point for some of the greatest Black Hills rides. The list includes: