The South Dakota State Railroad Museum showcases the machinery, the people, the mythology and the pure joy of perhaps the most romantic mode of transportation ever built with railroad memorabilia, scale model trains, and interactive displays for all ages! Located next to the famous 1880 Train in Hill City.
Over 35 specialty pizzas, delicious broasted chicken, pasta, calzones and a wide variety of appetizers! Salad Bar & Buffet!
Big Thunder Gold Mine is the most complete historical mining experience in the Black Hills. You can tour an original underground mine and pick up a free gold ore sample. You may also pan for gold either in a creek on a claim or pan for gold and gems on site. Gold is guaranteed. 2 gift shops and eatery.
Guided trail rides in small group setting from 1 hr. to 1/2 day and overnight trips on Black Hills National Forest. Open 7 days/week: Memorial Weekend through Sept. Only minutes from Keystone/Mt. Rushmore. Located one mile south of Crazy Horse Memorial on Hwy 385/16 at Heritage Village Village near Custer.
Devils Tower rises 1267 feet above the Belle Fourche River. Once hidden, erosion has revealed Devils Tower. This 1347 acre park is covered with pine forests, woodlands, and grasslands. Deer, prairie dogs, and other wildlife are seen. Also known as Bears Lodge, it is a sacred site for many American Indians. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower the first national monument in 1906.
Custer State Park is a 71,000 acre vacation paradise located south of Keystone. The park features 1,300 free roaming buffalo, the famous Needles Highway and Iron Mountain Road. Eight campgrounds with 330 sites, 50 camper cabins and four historic full service lodges with cabins, lodge and motel rooms. Explore lakes, streams, hiking, biking, and Park Naturalist programs.
Located between the Travel Lodge and the Super 8 Motel, 2 miles from Mt Rushmore.
Grizzly Creek is a full service restaurant and bar with 10 local micro-brew beers on tap. Serving fresh Certified Angus Beef Hamburgers and Steaks, Buffalo, Ribs, Chicken, Salmon, and more. Children's menu, Gluten-Free menu and Vegetarian menu available. Open Mid May to the end of September.
Grizzly Creek has a large outdoor garden patio that makes dining a Genuine Black Hills Experience!
For over 50 years The Stables at Palmer Gulch has provided fun trail rides into the most beautiful places in the Black Hills National Forest.
Guided rides are offered multiple times daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day
The chuck wagon supper is an open-air show that takes place in a remote mountain meadow.
You’ll choose to ride to the show on a good saddle horse OR on a horse drawn covered wagon.
You’ll enjoy a real cowboy music show performed by local ranchers. Watch a real Dutch Oven cook grill Dakota grown beef steaks over an aspen-wood camp fire and enjoy delicious side dishes prepared fresh right off the Chuck Wagon.
The Stables at Palmer Gulch is just minutes from Rapid City, Deadwood and Custer State Park! Centrally located 5 miles west of Mt. Rushmore and Keystone.
At 142 miles, Jewel Cave is the second longest cave in the world. It is filled with calcite crystals and other wonders that make up the "jewels" of Jewel Cave National Monument. The current length of Jewel Cave is: 142.06 miles. On April 12, 2008 explorers spent 11.5 hours underground and mapped 694.75 feet of cave passages.
3 miles north of Hill City, 8.3 miles northwest of Keystone
Experience our award-winning wines and seasonal menu in a fun and relaxed setting in the heart of the Black Hills. Sandi Vojta, our fifth generation winemaker, handcrafts each wine just a few steps from our Tasting Room. Open daily, year-round for free wine tasting. Hours vary with seasons.