Pop: 5,594. Elevation: 3,017. 8 motels, 17 eating establishments, 4 campgrounds, 8 gas stations. Northern Gateway to the Black Hills. Community rich in Western heritage. Home of the Black Hills Roundup Rodeo - July 1, 2, 3, & 4, 2015. SD High School Finals Rodeo late June, Tri-State Museum, Geographic Center of the Nation, 5-mile Riverwalk.
Flanked by roaming buffalo, mountain carvings, underground caves and 1.2 million acres of national forest, the city of Custer is a welcoming hub. Brimming with hometown hospitality & a variety of hotels, motels, cabins, campgrounds and B&B's. Custer is where you want to stay...It's where all adventures begin!
Motel rooms, spas, restaurants, shops, antiques, art gallery. Walk the River Walk/Freedom Trail. View unique sandstone buildings, churches. Stay & enjoy attractions such as Evans Plunge, the Mammoth Site, Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, Southern Hills Golf Course, Wind Cave & Angostura Recreation Area. Check out the Hot Springs packages!
Pop. 1,860. Elev. 5,303. First city in the Black Hills - overflowing with history. Full service community with 925 sleeping units. 26 restaurants & 14 campgrounds. Minutes from Mount Rushmore, Jewel & Wind caves, Custer State Park & Crazy Horse Memorial. Historic downtown boasts of unique shops & galleries. Great hiking/biking on the Mickelson Trail.
This ain't just Wild Bill's Deadwood! Play in the past and find all the modern-day amenities; a perfect place to set-up your base camp. Born of the 1876 Gold Rush, walk the same streets where history was made. Fine dining, spas, saloons, museums, attractions & 80 gambling halls with 1,800 lodging rooms. Near Mount Rushmore & Black Hills attractions.
Our mission is to promote tourism in northeastern Wyoming. We are just a short drive from the South Dakota Black Hills. We are on the route to Yellowstone National Park. Visit us and enjoy our little piece of heaven: Devils Tower, Wyoming. Aladdin, Alva, Beulah, Hulett, Moorcroft, Pine Haven, & Sundance, Wyoming. Like us on Facebook!
Edgemont is a true escape from the busy ways of modern life. We offer superb mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, hunting and spectacular canyons. Mile marker "0" of the Mickelson Trail is located in the City Park next to the museum. Friendly westerners await!
Population 948. El. 4,974. A historic town seated in the heart of the Black Hills of western South Dakota. Our central location in this beautiful and majestic pine-covered range of rolling mountain terrain is what earned our community its nickname: "The Heart of the Hills." 15 minutes from Mount Rushmore & Crazy Horse.