Not all sites are created equal. Come to the Black Hills to find tent campgrounds and RV parks that will make your summer vacation.
Book historic tours of Deadwood, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse or Wild Bill Hickok’s grave and connect with the history of the Black Hills.
Connect with nearly 1.25 million acres of public land that’s open to you ripping it up on an ATV, UTV or dirt bike. Jeep tours available.
Road bikers will love cruising the windy scenic roads through the Black Hills. Mountain bikers will find plenty of single track as well as wide gravel pathways.
Kayak or canoe on Sylvan Lake. Take the motorboat to Angostura Reservoir.
Spearfish Creek may offer some of the best fly fishing around. For trolling, check out nearby Angostura Reservoir.
The Black Hills are home to popular Centennial and Mickelson Trails. You can also explore many trails within Custer State Park, or nearby National Parks including the Badlands, Jewell Cave, and Wind Cave.
Black Hills National Forest is an off-roaders paradise with over 5,000 miles of regional trails and roads open to ATVs and other motorized vehicles.
Saddle up with a local horseback riding outfitter and explore areas of the Black Hills untouched by hikers and motorized users.
Bring your family to the Alpine Slide for a scenic chairlift ride and then a thrilling descent down a winding slide, pausing for refreshments and views at the summit.
Join a guide and improve your mountain climbing abilities with several locations and routes to choose from, resting at the summits for incredible scenic views.
With Sturgis featured in the area and a number of scenic highways, roll down the road with other motorcycle enthusiasts on an unforgettable tour.