Flying with Black Hills Balloons ByAlicia|Sep 14th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Events, Outdoor Adventure
“You Should See the Hills from Here!” This travel-invoking slogan for Custer, SD couldn’t be more fitting. Custer is nestled among family attractions, museums, excellent shops and eateries, Crazy Horse Memorial, Jewel Cave National Monument and, of course, Custer State Park. It makes the perfect base for exploring all that the Southern Hills have to […]
Caputa Alpacas ByAlicia|Aug 11th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Outdoor Adventure
The Black Hills have a long history as a destination for animal adventures. With world-class wildlife attractions that include Reptile Gardens, Bear Country U.S.A., Old MacDonald’s Farm, horseback trail riding, Custer State Park’s wildlife loop and Buffalo Jeep Safari Tours—just to name a few—the Black Hills are a perfect setting for getting up close and […]
The 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally | Headlining Events ByKatrina Salitros|Jul 28th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Events, Outdoor Adventure
What's that familiar sound? The 75th Anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is well underway and the roaring of the streets is already taking over!
Spend Some Time in Rapid City ByAlicia|Jul 21st, 2015|Category:Attractions, Culture
As you plan your vacation to the Black Hills, you’ll quickly realize that as South Dakota’s second largest city (home to just over 70,000 residents), Rapid City is the regional hub for shopping, dining and entertainment this side of the Missouri River. It would be appropriate to designate multiple days of an itinerary in order […]
Got 4 Hours? Spend it in Keystone! ByKatrina Salitros|Jul 9th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Discoveries
Keystone, South Dakota is a little town with a lot to offer! Not only is this your gateway to Mount Rushmore, but you can easily find adventure and activities to keep you and the family entertained.
(Don’t) Break a Leg! | Epic Live Theater Performances in the Black Hills ByAlicia|Jul 7th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Culture, Events
Once only a luxury afforded to the wealthier upper-class, today live theater brings together people from all walks of life. Though people may differ on their reasons for attending, for many it is the thrill and magic of a live performance that draws their intrigue. We are fortunate to have incredible local talent and several […]
Hill City Highlights ByAlicia|Jun 29th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Culture, Dining
If you’re looking for scenic beauty, a bit of culture and some fascinating history all the way back to the prehistoric, make sure you take time to stroll the streets of Hill City, the second oldest town in the Black Hills (Custer wins as the oldest). With a plethora of things to see and do, […]
How to Spend 4 Hours in Deadwood ByKatrina Salitros|Jun 16th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Discoveries, Outdoor Adventure
The historic town of Deadwood has so much to offer that it would be impossible to fit everything into a four hour time slot. However, depending on what your interest is, I’ve put together a list of many of the possibilities that you can partake in while you’re here. From gaming, museums, tours of the city, hiking […]
Four Hours in Wall – Your Super Quick Guide ByKatrina Salitros|Jun 9th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Discoveries
If you're needing a pit stop on the your Great American Road Trip, make sure to check out Wall, SD!
Discover Norwegian Charm in Rapid City, SD ByAlicia|May 17th, 2015|Category:Attractions
Lefse, lutefisk, pickled herring and Ole & Lena jokes – what’s not to love?! As the third most populated state with Scandinavian Americans (by the way – there are more people of Norwegian ancestry in the United States than in Norway!), you’re sure to experience some of our ancestral influences during your visit to the […]