Things to do

While staying at the Black Hills Bungalows there are a number of things to do both on-site and off-site. On-site you can enjoy fishing on the private pond, relaxing with views of the cathedral spires, playing any of our outdoor games or having a campfire with smores. Off-site you can arrive at the UTV trails, Horseback riding trails or enter into Custer State Park within a 2-3 minute drive. A little further out you can visit the Crazy Horse Memorial, Mount Rushmore, Wind cave national park, Jewel cave national monument or hangout at some of the best lakes in South Dakota like; Sylvan Lake, Legion Lake or Stockade Lake!

Custer State Park

Custer State Park is South Dakota’s largest and first state park. The park covers over 71,000 acres of varied terrain. It offers unparalleled geologic and natural history, beautiful mountains, caves, forest and wildernesses, lakes and scenic byways. The park is home to thousands of bison, elk, mountain goats and natural wildlife.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Mount Rushmore is a colossal sculpture carved into the granite. The sculpture features 60-foot-tall heads of four United states presidents. The park covers 1,278 acres and has an actual elevation of 5,725 feet.

Wind Cave National Park

Established in 1903 the cave is known for having rich honeycomb-shaped calcite formations known as boxwork. The park’s prairie and pine forests are home to bison, elk and pronghorn antelopes. Trails include Rankin Ridge, with views of the Black Hills.

Sylvan Lake

Sylvan Lake is a lake located in Custer State Park, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, United States. It was created in 1891 when Theodore Reder built a dam across Sunday Gulch Creek. The lake area offers picnic places, rock climbing, small rental boats, swimming, and hiking trails.

Jewel Cave National Monument

Jewel Cave National Monument contains Jewel Cave, currently the third longest cave in the world. It has approximately 215 miles of mapped passageways. Much of Jewel cave is cvovered with spar crystals and the cave is known as a “breathing cave” which means air enters or exits the cave with changes in atmospheric pressure from day to night.

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