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Custer

Top Stops in Custer

Did you know that Custer is the oldest town in the Black Hills? After traveling through during the Black Hills Expedition with General George Custer in 1874, H...

Mystery Monday Week 5 Revealed

This week's Mystery Monday location didn't leave too many of you stumped. Plenty of people recognized this distinctive pink spotted sculpture... ...as ...
Round Up

Visit Custer

Founded in 1875 near the site where gold was first discovered in French Creek, Custer is the oldest established town in the Black Hills. This small community i...

Where Am I? Week 5 Revealed

A couple of people had a keen eye this week and led the charge in identifying our mystery spot: This painted bison sculpture is one of eight that can be...

Best Places to View Fireworks

Every 4th of July, we celebrate America's independence with barbecues, parades, picnics, and more. Nothing brings out that patriotic spirit more than a festive...
Downhill Winter Fun

Downhill Winter Fun

The Black Hills has some of the highest peaks this side of the Rockies, making it is a hot spot for downhill and cross country skiers and snowboarders of all sk...
Bullock Hotel Deadwood

A Haunted Vacation

The modern-day Black Hills is built on the remains of centuries of Wild West, homesteader, and Native American history. Over the many years, legends of ghosts, ...
RockClimbing

Rock Climbing in the Black Hills

With the many varieties of rock formations in the area, the Black Hills are an ideal destination for both beginning and experienced rock climbers. The Black Hil...
Coolige

The Summer White House of 1927

Undoubtedly the most exposure the Black Hills region has ever received, was in the summer of 1927 during the 3-month “visit” of President Calvin Coolidge. Th...