Here are the top 5 reasons to visit The Black Hills in South Dakota!The Black Hills in South Dakota, are truly, a cornucopia of delight for travelers of all kinds!Click To Tweet
1. Fresh air and a Fresh Perspective:
Sometimes, it is nice to slow down and breathe a fresh breath of air and The Black Hills in South Dakota is a great place to do just that! With plenty of outdoor activities, trails and nature to see, you can definitely get the fresh air, fresh perspective and family bonding time that you are looking for.
2. Outdoor Activities:
The Black Hills in South Dakota really has it all when it comes to outdoor activities! From hiking to canoeing, from horse back riding to rock climbing and from nature walks to motor cycling! You can find something for everyone there!
History oozes out of The Black Hills in South Dakota. There are historical sites and monuments galore! Where else can you visit a gold mine, a ghost town, a prairie homestead, Mt. Rushmore, Deadwood and more in one trip?!
4. Food, Brews, Wine and more:
There are a lot of great places for a foodie to visit in The Black Hills! Dakota cuisine showcases the bounty of the mountains, plains and rivers of the west. Discover some of our regional specialties during your vacation: Buffalo (steaks, roasts, burgers, jerky), elk, walleye, rainbow trout, pheasant and Dakota Beef.
Rhubarb, crab apples, chokecherries, buffalo berries, wild plums. The native fruits of South Dakota, along with recently developed grape varieties that thrive in our Northern Plains climate, make for some unique and delectable fine wines produced by four regional wineries.
5. Something For Everyone:
The Black Hills in South Dakota, are truly, a cornucopia of delight for travelers of all kinds! I think that EVERYONE can find something they love, in The Black Hills! From camping to shopping, Bear watching to Reptile seeking, historical tours to a day of art and culture, there is something for everyone to do!
I grew up visiting South Dakota, because my aunt lives there, and I can’t wait to take my kids over there! I want them to experience the rich bounty of The Black Hills in South Dakota, just like I did, as a kid!