Black Hills Top Stops

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Mount Rushmore symbolizes the ideals of freedom, democracy and the American dream in the four 60-foot granite faces. This mountain carving of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln draws over three million visitors a year.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Badlands National Park

The Badlands National Park, or “mako sica” as it is known to the Lakota people, is a place of mystery, spirituality and natural beauty.

Badlands National Park

Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial is the world’s largest sculpture-in-progress, and frequent drilling and mountain blasts make each visit unique.

Crazy Horse Memorial

Custer State Park

Custer State Park is located in southern Black Hills of South Dakota. This sprawling 71,000 acre park is home to roaming buffalo, four mountain lakes and more.

Custer State Park Color Tour

Wind Cave National Park

Wind Cave National Park, located near Hot Springs, South Dakota, is one of the longest caves in the world, and the first cave to be designated a national park.

National & State Parks

Devil’s Tower

Devil’s Tower National Monument, located near Belle Fourche, South Dakota, is a most improbable geological rock formation, sticking up a thousand feet!

Black Hills Great 8 and Yellowstone National Park

Historic Deadwood

Deadwood, South Dakota, with its ongoing restoration, is a Registered National Historic Landmark and is still the wildest town in the west. Stroll the cobblestone streets and admire the carefully restored architecture of Main Street or try your luck at a hand of blackjack

Visit Deadwood

Spearfish Canyon National Scenic Byway

This 20-mile drive follows US 14A through an ancient, narrow canyon. The canyon’s 1,000-foot limestone palisades tower over the route as Spearfish Creek and several waterfalls line the canyon floor.

Spearfish Canyon of Colors