Black Hills Blog

Mount Rushmore is a National park located near Keystone, South Dakota. It is a site that most Americans can immediately recognize. Millions of people come to visit the monument every year and to see the magnificent park. However, many visitors don’t realize there are many secrets and myths surrounding this… Read more »

Chief Crazy Horse (whose Lakota name translates literally as “His horse is crazy”) was a great leader. In 1939, Chief Standing Bear of the same tribe stated in a letter to sculptor Korezak Ziolkowski that “The Red Man also has his heroes” and commissioned a sculpture to commemorate the tribe,… Read more »

Couples looking for a vacation in one of the most beautiful and culturally important regions of the US need look no further than the Black Hills and Badlands of SD. The choices of activities range from taking a scenic drive through one of the most isolated mountain ranges in America… Read more »

You’ve been planning it for a long time, saving money, plotting itineraries, and getting more and more excited. It’s finally coming. That trip to Sturgis that has consumed so much of your time and thought process since the seed for the idea was first planted. Sturgis, during the rally, is… Read more »

The Black Hills of South Dakota have it all. Prehistoric and Native American history and legends, wild west tales, wildlife and the pioneering spirit that made South Dakota what it is today. One of the United States sacred and revered gems. Places to See Bear Country USA is one of… Read more »

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