region in southwest South Dakota with mountains and notable eroded peaks
Mighway, by TH2, allows you to rent your vehicle to discerning travellers when you’re not on the road, earning money and sharing the experience. At Mighway, you choose your level of service and we take good care of the rest. That means comprehensive insurance coverage, customer vetting, security deposits, payment processing and round the clock customer support for renters. It’s a bit like renting out a vacation home, with Mighway beside you all the way.LEARN MORE
Our Rushmore Tramway & Slide offers a little bit of something for everyone. From the action-packed adventures to enjoying the great outdoors with the breath-taking sceneries. You just can't seem to go wrong with this family getaway during your summer vacation. If you would like to know more information about the adventures we offer, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 605.666.4478. We hope to see you and your family here shortly! Hours vary - feel free to give us a call for details.
In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in downtown Deadwood with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the building to the City of Deadwood and placed the operation of the organization in the hands of a board of directors. The board oversaw the collecting of some of the Black Hills’ greatest treasures including Potato Creek Johnny’s gold nugget, beloved American illustrator N.C. Wyeth’s pencil sketch drawing of Western legend Wild Bill Hickok, the mysterious Thoen Stone record of the Ezra Kind party’s discovery of gold in the Hills in the 1830s and a one-of-a-kind plesiosaur (marine reptile). In 1989 South Dakotans gave Deadwood a second renaissance by voting to allow limited stakes gaming with tax proceeds benefiting historic preservation. This breathed new life into the Adams Museum, giving the City of Deadwood and the Adams Museum board the opportunity to hire a professionally trained museum staff with the goal of restoring the building, instituting professional collections management practices, creating engaging and educational exhibitions and developing community based public programming. In 2005, the Adams Museum underwent a major renovation of the then 75-year-old building to address safety issues, make the facility more accessible to people with disabilities and to improve public programming spaces. The Adams Museum is wheel-chair accessible. In addition to exhibits on all three levels, a western history bookstore is included on the main floor and restrooms and a meeting room are located on the lower level.
Big Thunder Gold Mine has recaptured the excitement and romance of this bygone era. Find yourself traveling back in time as you tour the authentic 1890's gold mine and learn about the mining experience from knowledgable guides. The mining museum is a replica of the Tykoon Gold Mill (Custom Mill) built in 1895 on the Big Thunder property. The museum is Free and contains the largest collection of mining equipment in the Black Hills. You will see a stamp mill, a bell crusher and jaw crusher, winches, blacksmith equipment and a display of an original assay office. The mill houses original ore bins, elevator equipment and tools that were used in the mines in the Keystone area. Professional guides describe the process that miners used to extract the gold from the gold ore. The mill contains thousands of artifacts that have been found as three working mines in the Black Hills were reclaimed and torn down.
The Journey Museum takes you on an incredible trek through time, from the violent upheaval that formed the mystical Black Hills over 2.5 billion years ago to the continuing saga of the Western Frontier. The Journey Museum brings together four major prehistoric and historic collections to tell the complete story of the Western Great Plains - from the perspective of the Lakota people and the pioneers who shaped its past, to the scientists who now study it. Discover where dinosaurs lie buried beneath the prairie soil; learn why the Sioux call their sacred Black Hills the "Center of the Universe"; experience the hardships of the homesteaders as they settled the formidable wilderness.
Chris' Campground offers a full service campground, with complete hook-ups, basic tent sites and camping cabins. We have plenty of grass and shade trees with pull through sites and No Mosquitoes. Come and inspect our facilities. Experience our own South Dakota Hospitality.Visit Chris Campground and Rv Park
Arrow Campground is a family owned, Good Sam Park that is located just 8 miles from the scenic Badlands National Park and just 2 blocks from Wall Drug. We offer many amenities to make your stay with us more enjoyable. If you're a tenter, we have great, grassy tent sites. We offer clean economy motel rooms too, with color cable TV. Also microwaves and refrigerators and an outdoor deck to enjoy the western SD evenings. Everyone will enjoy our sparkling outdoor pool. We have a great children's playground. And for added convenience, we provide a laundromat and a place to purchase groceries. Our showers are always steamy hot. Free wireless internet.Visit Arrow Campground
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