National & State Parks in the Black Hills

Whether your plans include hiking, biking, rock climbing, camping, wildlife viewing, geocaching or just exploring, you’ll make lifelong memories in a South Dakota national park or state park.


In the Black Hills and Badlands region, you’ll find six national parks, monuments, memorials and historic sites—all within a short drive of each other. Western South Dakota is also home to seven state parks and recreation areas.


Start making vacation memories the easy way with Black Hills Vacations, where you can bundle lodging, attractions and South Dakota park passes in one. Book online or call one of our local travel experts at 1.866.601.5103.


National Parks

The Black Hills are home to jagged peaks, colorful canyons and one breathtaking national forest. Explore Badlands National Park and Wind Cave National Park, home to one of the longest caves in the world.


State Parks

Custer State Park is home to 1,400 free-roaming bison and even greater up-close experiences with them. You’ll also find Angostura State Recreation Area, the George S. Mickelson Trail, Bear Butte State Park, Rocky Point State Recreation Area, Sheps Canyon State Recreation Area and Roughlock Falls State Recreation Area in Spearfish Canyon.


Monuments & Memorials

Discover bucket list worthy memorials and attractions like Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, Jewel Cave National Monument and Crazy Horse Memorial®, the world’s largest mountain carving in progress.


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