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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...

Take a Hike: Little Devils Tower

Only 200 feet shorter than nearby Black Elk Peak (a mile to the north), Little Devils Tower has a lot going for it: spectacular 360-degree views that rival tho...

Where the Wild Things Roam

Black Hills residents are a bit spoiled. We've got beautiful natural scenery and an abundance of wildlife practically (and sometimes literally) right in o...

48 Hours in the Black Hills

The Black Hills are an explorer's paradise. From rugged granite cliffs and ponderosa pine forests to pristine lakes, quaint communities, and abundant wildlife,...

Where Am I? Week 6 Revealed

A few eagle-eyed followers are clearly well-versed in trekking off the beaten path. They were able to identify this week's mystery spot... ...as Poet's ...

Family-Friendly Day Trips

With summer in full swing, many families are planning vacations. That isn't always possible when you have little ones at home—finances, lack of PTO, and having...
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5 Breathtaking Hikes in Custer State Park

Custer State Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the state, with free-roaming buffalo, hidden caves, distant views from mountain tops, and babbling brook...
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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...