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Life is beautiful here in the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota. What better way to appreciate that beauty than by actually camping out in the middle of it? We have so many places to explore and types of camping available. It’s impossible to name them all, but I’ll give you a quick “course” in what is offered and how to find the best campsite for your adventure.

Experiencing Main Street for the first time, music spilling out of virtually every venue as it mixes with the melody of a thousand motorcycle engines, a perpetual tide of people flowing up and down the sidewalks, can trigger sensory overload. There’s so much to see and do during the Sturgis Rally, there’s never enough hours in the day to squeeze in everything.

From BBQs and fireworks displays, to running in 5Ks and listening to live music, there is plenty to see and do in the Black Hills during the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Not only does the Black Hills roll out the red carpet for their Fourth of July events, but there are numerous attractions throughout the area of presidential status to help you celebrate our Founding Fathers, and all of the presidents who have led this great nation. Check out just a few of the great presidential attractions throughout the Hills.

Whenever I venture into the Black Hills, there is always “that” moment. You know, that moment of awe from the natural beauty surrounding you.

The Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally is an event 78 years in the making, steeped in history and tradition. The draw for thousands to come out to the Black Hills for the rally each year lies in the culture and riding experience throughout the Black Hills. That is what bike builder Paul Teutel Jr. wanted to portray in the custom motorcycle that he built as part of the latest season of “American Chopper,” in partnership with the Sturgis Buffalo Chip®.

The Black Hills and Badlands truly come to life in the summer season. With wildflowers in bloom and our favorite trails open for hiking and biking, those seeking adventures will find endless opportunities in our neck of the woods.

Summer, everyone’s favorite season of the year! School is out and the excitement and anticipation of outdoor activities begin.

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