8 Reasons to Love Winter in the Black Hills ByAlicia|Nov 19th, 2015|Category:Culture, Events, Outdoor Adventure
Some say all good things must come to an end. But we’re not so sure… While we are saying goodbye to one of the most beautiful fall seasons on record, it doesn’t mean that we’re bracing for the winter blues. In fact, there are plenty of reasons why we’re just as excited to celebrate wintertime […]
The Black Hills’ Best Ghost Tours ByAlicia|Oct 20th, 2015|Category:Culture, Discoveries, Events
Halloween is next week, but you can celebrate the holiday any day (or night) of the year by taking a brave tour of one of the spooky hotels, bone-chilling neighborhoods, or haunted cemeteries in the Black Hills. Just don’t say we didn’t warn you! Ghostly stories certainly linger year-round in the Black Hills, and local […]
Halloween Events Line-Up in the Black Hills ByKatrina Salitros|Oct 15th, 2015|Category:Events
The season of ghosts and goblins is once again upon us! The Black Hills have so many events to offer, so gather up the kiddos, the costumes and the candy and gear up for a spooky good time! Here are our top picks to get the most out of the upcoming days to Halloween. For […]
Custer State Park Harvest Feast Yet Another World-Class Park Experience ByMike|Oct 13th, 2015|Category:Culture, Dining, Events
Custer State Park Resorts started the annual Friday night Harvest Feast series to celebrate the end of the busy summer season and lure visitors to experience the magic of fall in the park. The wine-paired, five-course meals are served in the historic State Game Lodge, and take place over four Fridays each October.
Wild West Songwriter’s Festival – More Than Music ByKatrina Salitros|Oct 11th, 2015|Category:Discoveries, Events
This past weekend, Deadwood had its Fourth Annual Wild West Songwriter's Festival, which brought in some of the best talent from Nashville and beyond!
Black Hills Powwow 2015 ByKatrina Salitros|Oct 6th, 2015|Category:Culture, Events
The 29th Annual Black Hills Powwow (He Sapa Wacipi) will begin this weekend, October 9-11, at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
A-Maze-ing Fall Fun ByAra|Oct 1st, 2015|Category:Events, Outdoor Adventure
Candy corn, crisp evenings, boots, sweaters, pumpkins, hay rides, changing leaves and corn mazes are just a few of the many things I love about fall. Once I see the candy corn and pumpkin flavored everything hit the grocery store shelves, I can’t fight the itch to find some fall fun. Recently, my family and […]
Oktoberfest is Almost Here! ByAlicia|Sep 29th, 2015|Category:Culture, Events
Oktoberfest descends on Deadwood this weekend, Oct. 2-4, and brings with it plenty of entertainment. From the Oktober Polka Fest at the Martin Mason Hotel and a German food cook-off throughout town to bratwurst giveaways and Beer Barrel Games, the weekend holds something for all tastes. The City of Deadwood will relax its open container […]
All Aboard – The 1880 Train! ByKatrina Salitros|Sep 20th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Discoveries, Events
Imagine yourself immersed in the immaculate beauty of the Black Hills while riding on a vintage steam train like the ones that helped settle the great American West. As you glide through the wilderness on this renovated train, the breeze is wistfully blowing past you, views of Harney Peak and wildlife can be seen nearby, […]
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 […]