Day Tour

 Wind Cave National Park - Named for the miles of cave that run beneath the prairie, Wind Cave National  Park boasts a variety of wildlife  including buffalo, antelope and prairie dogs. The tour also stops at the visitor  center, where you can view the  natural cave entrance and discover what inspired the cave's name.

Custer State Park - As South Dakota’s first and largest state park, Custer State Park offers some of the best scenery in the Black Hills, as well as a diverse array of wildlife.

State Game Lodge - The Lodge was called the ‘Summer White House’ by President Calvin Coolidge, who announced from there in 1928 that he would not run for a second term. The State Game Lodge now provides tourist lodging as well as an excellent dining hall.

Mount Rushmore - Most people who travel to the Black Hills are aware of the four presidential faces carved into a mountain. However, not everyone is as familiar with the history that surrounded its construction. Don’t miss out on the intriguing documentary film and museum available for viewing below the main platform. Also, if you have time and don’t mind stairs, there is an additional museum nearby dedicated to Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor of the mountain faces.

Crazy Horse Memorial - Begun in 1935 by Korczak Ziolkowski, this mountain sculpture is still in progress. It is a memorial to a Lakota leader, as well as a monument intended to honor and preserve Native American heritage. The visitor center contains the Indian Museum of North America and the Native American Cultural Center.