Extreme Mountain Biking

Outdoor Recreation

Mount Rushmore National Memorial - Black Hills of South DakotaThe Black Hills and Badlands region of western South Dakota is an outdoor recreation paradise, covering over 10,000 square miles of vast prairies, grasslands, Badlands landscapes and rugged mountains. Whether an individual excursion or a family adventure, solitude and nature await to invigorate your senses and revitalize your soul. 

Home to seven National Parks, Monuments & Memorials, Forests, Grasslands and many State Parks and Recreation Areas, we are definitely a very public place. It does not matter when you get here, there is always something to do and somewhere to explore and experience

Summer is a busy time in the Black Hills and Badlands. It’s when residents and visitors take advantage of the beautiful outdoors. There is not a better way to enjoy the outdoor magnificence than by exploring it - on horseback, hiking, biking, on a jet ski or boat enjoying one of the 18 beautiful lakes.

Summer in the Black Hills of South Dakota

From September thru October the Black Hills come alive with a venue of unique fall colors, festivals and events. Experience the legendary Custer State Park's Buffalo Roundup in late September, the Crazy Horse Autumn Volksmarch, a one-of-a-kind Black Hills Wine Tour or just hit the road and take in a fall scenic drive.

Roughlock Falls, Spearfish Canyon - Black Hills of South Dakota

The winter season gives us an excuse to savor the radiance and aroma of the fireplace, and to snuggle up with a blanket feels extra-good. Instead of dreading the cold season, we humor it, play it, embrace it and romance it.  The Black Hills is home to over 300 miles of snowmobile trails, slopes that are perfect for skiing or snowboarding and lakes that are perfect for ice fishing.

Snowmobiling in the Black Hills

The beauty of our region is accessible to all who wish to enjoy it. We invite you to be our guests and explore the many opportunities we offer. If the great outdoors is what you’re looking for, you’ve found it; right here in the beautiful Black Hills and Badlands region of South Dakota.

Enjoy the beautiful Black Hills

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