Southern Black Hills
Beaver Lake Campground
Beaver Lake Campground has great rates, family camping and spacious, level, shaded & open sites to suit any size RV or tent. All sites have picnic tables and fire rings and all tent sites have 10 X 12 rain shelters, most are shaded and some with electric. Don't have a tent or RV? Then choose from our range of 8 Cabins all with a/c, heat and CABLE TV or our 3 native style Tipis
Directions: 3.5 miles west of the city of Custer on W. Highway 16.
Calamity Peak Lodge
12557 US Highway 16A
Custer, SD 57730
P.O. Box 61
Calamity Peak Lodge is an outstanding lodging bargain. We have modern, very clean 1 & 2 bed units, including some with additional sofa beds and most with kitchens--all at very reasonable rates.
Directions: Hwy 16A, east of Custer, just west of Stockade Lake
Stone Canyon of SD
PO Box 3058
Custer, SD 57730
You and your family will be welcomed by the splendor of the tall evergreens and the mystical Black Hills. Experience some great outdoor recreation, visit Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse, enjoy Custer State Park or the Black Hills National Forest, see the Buffalo, visit area Attractions, go hiking, biking, rock climbing, or jump into Sylvan Lake. (Bet you can't count all of the stars overhead.)
The Roost Resort
All of our A-frame roof cabins have heat, air conditioning, color cable TV, full baths with shower tub combos, and kitchenettes. The kitchenettes are equipped with a refrigerator, sink, toaster, microwave, stove top, coffee pot, dishes, pots/pans, utensils, and a table with chairs. Towels and linens are also provided. A picnic table, outdoor seating and a charcoal grill are provided with each cabin. Please be aware there is an occupancy limit depending on the cabin. Please see this info on the rates page. No exceptions. There are 3 common area fire pits with benches for your enjoyment. Daily housekeeping is not provided. Fresh towels are available upon request at the office.
Directions: Hwy 16A (Stockade Lake Dr) east of Custer, past French Creek
24594 Chokecherry Ridge Rd
Hermosa, SD 57744
We get about two calls a week from folks who got busted in South Dakota for violations of South Dakota's unconscionable "drug" laws. Most have been stopped for having west-coast license plates (apparently an uncodified violation in SoDak). Most have already said way too much to the arresting officer. Most call for legal advice. Our experience leaves us aghast at the lack of outrage among defense lawyers at the injustice perpetrated by the courts' acceptance of lies and illegal actions performed by arresting officers, as well as the barbaric nature of South Dakota law.
Directions: From SD Hwy 79 south of Rapid City, turn east onto SD Hwy 40, then take Battle Creek Rd northwest to Chokecherry Ridge.
222 Railroad Ave
Hill City, SD 57745
Add something special to your Mount Rushmore vacation: See the Black Hills of South Dakota by vintage steam train. Experience this two-hour, relaxing 20-mile roundtrip ride between Hill City and Keystone. This historical steam train experience is narrated and fun for railroad enthusiasts of all ages! It's an activity like no other in the Black Hills.
Directions: Wallnut/Railroad Ave off Main St
Black Hills Cabins & Motel @ Quail's Crossing
24060 Highway 16/385
Hill City, SD 57745
Our 16th season of providing Family Vacation & Sturgis Rally accommodations & lots of fun right here on 6.5 acres!!! That includes 20' x 40' outdoor pool, hottub, 2 playground areas, 2 campfires areas & much more. With our Countryside lodging just a .5 mile south of Hill City. Less than 15 miles from Keystone, Custer, Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse & Sylvan, Sheridan, Pactola, Horsethief & Deerfield Lakes.
Black Hills Institute of Geological Research
Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, Inc. (BHI), has been the leader in paleontological excavations and preparation since 1974, helping supply museums and collectors the finest in professionally prepared fossils and cast replicas. From dinosaurs to mammals, reptiles to pteranodons, ammonites to fish, and crinoids to trilobites, we do it all, and we do it well.
Central Hills Real Estate, Inc.
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Directions: On Main St. (Hwy 16), near Hill City High School
Creekside Country Resort
Just minutes from many major attractions & situated between Hill CityÂ and Keystone, we host a variety of great food at the Dairy Twist, (right here at the resort), lots of family entertainmentÂ in our outdoor Family Fun Zone with Mini Golf and much, much more. Our cozy cabins with fireplaces have a magnificent view of granite cliffs and majestic Black Hills Ponderosa Pine. At the base of the mountain a lazyÂ mountain stream winds through the picturesque backyard.
Directions: Hwy 16 East of Hill City
Lodestone Motel & Cabins
Our log cabins and modern motel rooms are clean ,comfortable and well stocked with the things needed for a nice stay. Our back yard is with a trout stream and gazebo, giving a quiet place to sit back and unwind after a day of sightseeing
Directions: Located on Spring Creek just 1 mile NE of Hill City,SD
Dollar Inn Hot Springs
402 Battle Mountain Avenue
Hot Springs, SD 57747
1 888 745 4149
Located in the city of Hot Springs in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Dollar Inn Hot Springs is pet-friendly and features free WiFi throughout the property. With close access to Mt. Rushmore, Wind Cave, and other attractions, this top-rated property is the best place to stay on your adventure to the Black Hills.
Loy Allen Glass
345 Jennings Ave.
Hot Springs, SD 57747
Loy Allen is a South Dakota native who returned to the Black Hills after studying design at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (B.A., 1975). After learning basic lampworking in South Dakota, Ms. Allen studied advanced glass techniques at the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina and at The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass in New York. She has been self-employed as a flameworker since 1979.