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Located in the oldest gold mine in the Black Hills, and ix hundred feet deep in the mountain, is a waterfall gushing 8 cubic feet of water per second ... Read More
Known as a folk-art wonder, the Corn Palace is re-decorated each year with half a million ears of corn, 3,000 bushels of other grains and grasses. You... Read More
The mission of the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation is to protect and preserve the culture, tradition, and living heritage of the North American Indian... Read More
Visit this park where Internationally known Artist and Sculptor David Adickes has created 20-foot talls sculptures, all incredible likenesses of the 4... Read More
This 109 mile trail runs from Deadwood to Edgemont over more than 100 converted rail road bridges and through four hardrock tunnels on what used to be... Read More
Breweries / Wineries
Belle Joli’s beautiful outdoor patio, overlooking the 5 acre-vineyard and bordered by majestic ponderosa pines, is the perfect setting to sample ... Read More
If you can’t make it out to the Belle Joli’ Winery in Sturgis, the next best thing is their tasting room in Deadwood. Relax on the outdoor pati... Read More
Can’t decide between brews and wines? The Sick-N-Twisted Brew Pub and Naked Winery Tasting Room has both under one roof! Naked Winery uses no hon... Read More
The name may sound cold, the the reception at Dakota Shivers certainly is not! This may be the most people- and pet-friendly establishment we’ve ... Read More
This cozy tasting room offers selections from Naked Winery, 36 beers from Sick-N-Twisted Brewing and other local crafters, and a limited menu. Choo... Read More
Off-Leash Dog Parks
This unfenced dog park features a creek and shade trees.
This is an unfenced dog park.
This off-leash area is unfenced and located south of the picnic tables.
This off-leash area is unfenced and located north of the picnic tables.
Parks & Nature
Mount Rushmore is most famous for the faces of the four presidents carved on the mountain, but there is also spectacular senery to enjoy here as well.... Read More
This park the Black Hills offers a wide range of recreational activities: camping, biking, swimming, fishing, and more.
Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest, protected mixed grass pra... Read More
Bear Butte is a geological formation formed millions of years ago. It is sacred to many indigenous people.
Stroll the grounds of this park with your pet to see the officers' quarters, stone barracks, powder magazine,... Read More
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