Wade's Gold Mill and Mining Museum
We would like to present some of our friends.
There are many good places to visit and things to do here in the
Black Hills. Some good ways to get acquainted with lots of them is to look
Travel South Dakota Web site
South Dakota Department of Tourism.
Hill City Chamber of Commerce
Hill City, SD.
South Dakota hotels
and motels Try it.
Take a walk on the Mickelson
Trail a 100 mile walking or bicycling trail on the old Burlington
railroad bed through the Black Hills from Edgemont to Deadwood.
If you are camping or need a place to park your RV,
check out our friends at:
If you are looking for a cabin in the Heart of the Hills may we
How about Bed and Breakfast?
Inns, Hotels, Motels in the area.
- Roosevelt Inn A country
Inn in the heart of the Black Hills at Keystone near Mt Rushmore National
- Mile Hi Motel In the
Mile Hi City, 244 Mt. Rushmore Road, Custer, SD. 57730. For Reservations
call (605) 673-4048
- Mountain View Lodge
Three forks Junction Hwy 385 and Hwy 16 East of Hill City, SD. (605)
- Quail's Crossing Motel and cabins, Heated Pool on the south
side of Hill City, SD. (605) 574-2364
Looking for evening entertainment? May we suggest
some good entertainment for the whole family:
Places to see!
- Dakota Images
Featuring paintings,drawings and prints of South Dakota Artists. 341
Main Street, Hill City, SD.Phone toll free(866) 448-2359
- Everything Prehistoric
(Black Hills Institute of Geological Research) Experience the past
up close and personal, Real Dinosaurs! Real fun! 217 Main Street, Hill
Places to eat!
- Golden Spike Resturant At the Best Western Motel in Hill City,
- Hill City Cafe Down town Hill City
- The Alpine Inn Down town Hill City
- Desperados Cowboy Cuisine & Gallery Down town Hill City
Other Museums to see here in the Black Hills
- Four Mile Old West Town
Four Miles West of Custer on Hi way 16 Between Custer and Jewel Cave.
One of the stage stops on the Cheyenne to Deadwood trail. Stop in and talk
to Roger and Mary. Learn the history and the way of lifeof the pioneers
who came to the Black Hills.
This page is still being put together. If you would like
to be included, please let me know. Tell me how you would like to be linked.
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