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A-Maze-ing Fall Fun 2017

Candy corn, crisp evenings, boots, sweaters, pumpkins, hay rides, changing leaves and corn mazes are just a few of the many things I love about fall. Once I see the candy corn and pumpkin flavored everything hit the grocery store shelves, I can’t fight the itch to find some fall fun.

Horses and the Stories They Tell

South Dakota has a lot of horse history. They were valuable animals to the native Indians and they helped the pioneers settle this land. Cowboys used them to manage huge herds of cattle long ago during the “open range” years.

Witness Amazing Tradition, History & Art in the Black Hills

The great Lakota Sioux Nation—with their unique tipis, fast horses, and richly feathered and beaded clothing—has become the international symbol of America’s native people. Throughout South Dakota, the Lakota culture is visible in our citizens, art, music, fashions, and jewelry.

5th Annual Fall Volksmarch at Crazy Horse Memorial

The following content was originally published on In conjunction with Custer State Park's Buffalo Round-Up events, tomorrow marks the 5th annual fall volksmarch at Crazy Horse Memorial.

America's Most Legendary AdventuRally Comes to Rapid City!

The following content was originally posted on and A show for adventurers, drivers, and knowledge seekers, Fireball Run is an authentically filmed series chro

Your Checklist for a Great Buffalo Roundup

If you’ve booked your room or campsite for the 52nd Annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup – great! But you’re not quite ready. For a memorable and comfortable roundup experience, you’ll want to be prepared for this unique event.

Fall for the Black Hills

Autumn is just around the corner (this Friday, to be exact) and we couldn't be more excited! This enchanting time of year is filled with harvest festivals, spectacular foliage, and crisp temperatures—allowing for full days of outdoor activities and fall fun!

Mickelson Trail is 109 Miles of Black Hills Beauty!

With summer winding down and the weather cooling off, it’s time to get outside for some longer adventures.

The Best Bagel in the Black Hills

From a local's perspective, there is a breakfast staple that can't be excluded from your Black Hills visit. It's quick, convenient, fresh, and oh so delicious.

Pioneer Times Come to Life at the Hugh Glass Rendezvous

On the border between South Dakota and North Dakota lies a small town with a big presence. Lemmon, SD, was founded in 1906 by cattle rancher George Ed Lemmon and has continued to grow in many ways over the years.