A two hour and fifteen minute round trip through the scenic Black Hills!
Imagine yourself immersed in the staggering beauty of the Black Hills of Western South Dakota! Imagine you're gliding over the rugged landscape aboard a vintage steam train, like those that helped settle the Great American West!
Prairie Berry WineryAward-Winning Prairie Berry Winery
Enjoy sampling Prairie Berry’s top-quality wines, all made on site, focusing on locally grown wild and domestic fruit, grapes and honey. Follow up with a bite from our Deli. Near Hill City.
Originated in conjunction with the 1876 discovery of placer gold deposits in Spring Creek.
The lower floor houses a popular restaurant noted in national and international publications for its friendly, home atmosphere steeped in mellow Old World Charm, and its delicious meals.
Browse through hundreds of carefully selected natural history items such as: real dinosaur bone, ammonites, gemstone and custom made jewelry, minerals and crystals.
The Black Hills Museum of Natural History features an amazing collection of dinosaurs along with fossil fish, mammals, birds, reptiles and the finest displays of fossil invertebrates in the world! We are home to the Fairburn Agate, South Dakota's state gemstone, and we have minerals and meteorites from the Black Hills and the world!
The George S. Mickelson Trail, in the heart of the beautiful Black Hills, was completed in September of 1998. Its gentle slopes and easy access allow people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the beauty of the Black Hills.