75th Sturgis Rally Rooms Still to be Found ByMike|May 14th, 2015|Category:Events
There has been a lot of talk about the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally happening this year and more yarns about truly how many are expected and, where o’ where, everyone is staying. It is going to be a big year, that’s no exaggeration but there are still rooms to be found in most towns.
How to Spend Half a Day in Custer State Park ByAlicia|May 12th, 2015|Category:Discoveries, Events, Outdoor Adventure
As South Dakota’s largest and first state park, Custer State Park is one of the state’s most prized possessions. Any visitor could find themselves spending days—even weeks—exploring every nook and cranny the park beholds. But if you’re on a time crunch and looking to get the most bang for your buck, we’ve got some suggestions […]
Turn it up to 11 – Black Hills Music Festival ByKatrina Salitros|May 7th, 2015|Category:Events
Join thousands of music fans as they celebrate the first annual Black Hills Music Festival over Memorial Day Weekend!
Black Hills Wildfire Awareness ByAlicia|Apr 26th, 2015|Category:Discoveries, Events, Outdoor Adventure
For anyone that lives or plays in the Black Hills, it’s important to be aware of the dangers that can arise due to wildfires. Governor Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed May as Wildfire Awareness Month in the state of South Dakota. The purpose of this effort is to bring attention to the dangers of wildfires and […]
Forks, Corks & Kegs – April 9-11 ByKatrina Salitros|Apr 5th, 2015|Category:Culture, Dining, Discoveries, Events
Calling all beer, wine and food lovers! This weekend, Deadwood is hosting their 2nd annual Forks, Corks & Kegs event so come on down to experience fine dining, delicious brews and wine from all across the country.
Mt. Rushmore: Celebrating 90 Years ByAlicia|Mar 23rd, 2015|Category:Attractions, Events
This week, Mount Rushmore National Memorial will be celebrating 90 years and the public is invited to a celebration taking place this Wednesday, March 25, 2015.
St. Patrick’s Day – Deadwood Style ByKatrina Salitros|Mar 15th, 2015|Category:Events
Spring is officially just days away, and with the changing of the seasons, the color green seems to pop up into everyone’s mind. The grass will soon start turning lush, the new buds on the trees will be blooming, and this past weekend, the beer also turned emerald. St. Patrick’s Day may be on the […]
Spring It On! ByAlicia|Feb 28th, 2015|Category:Attractions, Culture, Dining, Events, Outdoor Adventure
Signs of Spring in the Black Hills: Baby Bison, Pasque Flowers and Easter Events… With unseasonably warm weekend temps, it’s not too hard to believe that the first day of spring is right around the corner. For those deeply anticipating the warmer seasons ahead of us, here are three signs that you may be able […]
Nemo 500 Outhouse Races – This Saturday! ByAlicia|Feb 26th, 2015|Category:Events, Outdoor Adventure
I’ve been living on the west side of South Dakota for several years now, but I’ve been informed that my Black Hills residence isn’t official until I’ve attended the famous ‘Nemo 500 Outhouse Races.’ The tiny town of Nemo, located between Rapid City and Deadwood, is hardly more than a speck on the map. But […]
Show Us Your Beads! – Mardi Gras in Deadwood ByKatrina Salitros|Feb 1st, 2015|Category:Culture, Events
Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras is celebrated in many different places all over the world. Many of us associate this holiday with debauchery, masks, food and of course, those colorful beaded necklaces. However, Mardi Gras actually reflects the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting that normally occurs […]