Attractions

Hit the Jackpot

Hit the jackpot at one of the many casinos in the Black Hills! Deadwood is an oasis for tourists and gamblers alike, with a jaw-dropping 30 casinos now operatin...

Welcome to Hill City

While the "Heart of the Hills" was once referred to as "a town with a church on each end and a mile of Hell in between," the activities of Hill City have tamed ...

Wish Upon a Shooting Star

With the lack of light pollution, western South Dakota has a large number of fantastic stargazing spots. Drive five minutes outside of any of the Black Hill’s s...

Rock Climbing in the Black Hills

By Kelsey Sinclair With the many varieties of rock formations in the area, the Black Hills are an ideal destination for both beginning and experienced rock cli...

Miniature Golf in the Black Hills

By Kelsey Sinclair Getting your children to be active can be difficult, but mini golf makes sports more fun! It is a great activity that the whole family will ...

Mount Moriah Cemetery

Many early residents of Deadwood were buried at Mt. Moriah or at its predecessor, the Ingleside Cemetery, down the hill to the left of the present cemetery. ...

Jewel Cave National Monument

Located near Custer, South Dakota, Jewel Cave is recognized as the second longest recorded cave system in the nation - 181 miles - behind only the appropriately...

Saving the Buffalo: James (Scotty) Philip

James (Scotty) Philip was born near the town of Dallas, Morayshire, in the highlands of Scotland on April 30, 1858. While growing up, James read exciting storie...

Horseback Riding in the Black Hills

By Kelsey Sinclair Experience the Black Hills by horseback like explorers and cowboys did centuries ago. These riding camps will teach you everything you need ...