Summer in the Black Hills
The Black Hills National Forest encompasses an area 125 miles long and 65 miles wide over western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming.
HIKING & BIKING: Whether on foot or riding a bike, the roads and trails of the Black Hills offer endless hours of exploration and breathtaking scenery.
SCENIC DRIVES: Beautiful roads such as Needles Highway and Hwy 14 through Spearfish Canyon have drawn motorists from all over the country to their winding paths through some of the area’s most gorgeous scenery.
ABUNDANT TRAILS: The George S. Mickelson and Centennial trails each encompass over 100 miles for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Visitors can jump on the trails at various trailhead locations throughout the hills.
ON THE WATER: Cast your line, break out your swimsuit, or load your boat into one of the numerous creeks, rivers, and lakes of the Black Hills.