Considered "Best Little Town in the West" and just nine short miles from Devils Tower, America's first National Monument, resides the town of Hulett. With a population that tops out at 400, visitors are pleasantly surprised to find first class dining, fine artwork. Museum, and award winning accommodations. After encountering the tower, visitors appreciate the Old West oasis that is Hulett.
During August, Hulett is proud to welcome over 100,000 two-wheeled tourists during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The ideal scenic ride takes travelers from South Dakota across state lines to the ride of a lifetime along the Spirit Highway/Highway 24. Historical markers and picturesque snapshot-spots make this drive ideal for those who want to experience the true West.
Hulett's community calendar includes historical rodeos, parades, community cook-outs, children's events, and more. For a complete overview of everything the best little town in the west has to offer, please visit their website where you'll find direct links to dining, activities, accommodations, and an updated calendar or you may speak directly with our Visitor Liaison at 973-229-5343.
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Things to See & Do
Devils Tower National Monument, a unique and striking geologic wonder steeped in Indian legend, is a modern day national park and climbers' challenge. Devils Tower sits across the state line in northeast Wyoming.
Places to Stay
You'll find us at the entrance to Devils Tower National Monument. We have cabins, full hook-ups, pull-thru RV sites and a spacious restaurant with hand-dipped ice cream and homemade fudge. Propane services, camping supplies, groceries, beer/spirits. Playground, heated outdoor swimming pool, recreation area, hayrides. The movie classic, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" is shown nightly.
Places to Eat
No major trail nearby.