Custer Mountain Cabins & Campground
12503 US Highway 16A
PO Box 472
Custer SD 57730
GPS Coordinates
Latitude: 43° 46' 11.643"  Longitude: -103° 33' 28.5474"
1-800-239-5505
Cell# 605-517-1986
www.custermountain.com
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Area Attractions
Your stay at Custer Mountain Cabins & Campground  presents a great opportunity to explore all the sites and attractions in the Black Hills.  This page will give you  links and information on some of the places to visit while you are in the Black Hills.

 

1881 Courthouse Museum
411 Mt. Rushmore Rd,  PO Box 826, Custer, SD 57730
     605-673-2443   Fax 605-673-2443
www.1881courthousemuseum.com
   cchstsoc@gwtc.net
Historical Museum on the National registry of Historical buildings. The Museum tells the history of Custer County and the adjacent Black Hills area.

Bear Country U.S.A. 
13820 S. Highway 16, Rapid City, SD 57701     
605-343-2290    Fax 605-341-3206
www.bearcountryusa.com   pabear@bearcountryusa.com
Unique drive-through wildlife park features North American animals roaming free in their natural habitat. Walking tour of Baby land where bear cubs, wolf pups and more are on display.

Black Hills Playhouse
Box 2513, Rapid City, SD 57709     605-255-4242
www.blackhillsplayhouse.com       bhphq@aol.com

Custer Golf Corp/Rocky Knolls Golf Course
Hwy 16 W/PO Box 844, Custer, SD 57730
    605-673-4481
Nine-hole layout begins with a short, dramatic par five that includes an approach shot through imposing rock formations. Beautiful surroundings, a true test of skill and glimpses of wildlife among the pines.


Custer State Park
13329 US Hwy 16A, Custer, SD 57730
      605-255-4515 Fax 605-255-4460
www.custerstatepark.info custerstatepark@state.sd.us
Home to one of America’s largest bison herds, this 71,000 acre park features scenic drives, fishing, swimming, hiking, camping and four outstanding resorts in a must-see setting.


Evans Plunge, Inc
1145 N. River Street, Hot Springs, SD 57747      
605-745-5165   Fax 605-745-3368
www.evansplunge.com    evansplunge@gwtc.net
The world’s largest indoor spring fed natural warm water swimming pool. Where tourism began in the Black Hills, Est. in the 1890's. Come soak your bones where the President's did. Our entire pool is completely fresh water every hour & half. Come take the plunge!

George S. Mickelson Trail
11361 Nevada Gulch Rd, Lead, SD 57754       605-584-3896   Fax 605-584-2739
www.mickelsontrail.com    mickelsontrail@state.sd.us 
109 mile crushed limestone trail through the heart of the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota.

Jewel Cave National Monument
11149 US Hwy. 16, Bldg. B12, Custer, SD 57730
      605-673-8300    Fax 605-673-8301
www.nps.gov/jeca
The monument preserves and protects the second longest cave in the world. Not only do the passageways offer a maze of exploration opportunities, the cave formations are often considered one-of-a-kind for visitors. The visitor center is open and cave tours are available year round, except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. NOTE: Tour reservations are highly recommended at any time of the year.

Mammoth Site
PO Box 692, 1800 Hwy 18 Truck Route, Hot Springs, SD 57747-0692      
605-745-6017     Fax 605-745-3038
www.mammothsite.com    joem@mammothsite.org
America's International Treasure. This National Natural Landmark is an internationally renowned indoor working paleontological site/museum. More than 58 Columbian & woolly mammoths have been unearthed, as well as over 85 other species of associated Ice Age fauna. Hands-on activities for children, an educational experience for the entire family. One of the top fossil interpretive sites in North America.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial
13000 Hwy 244, Bldg. 31, Ste 1, Keystone, SD 57751       
605-574-3131   Fax 605-574-2307
www.nps.gov/moru    moru-superintendent@nps.gov
America’s Shrine of Democracy gives a glimpse into the history of the United States. The nightly lighting ceremony is among the National Park Service’s most popular programs.

National Museum of Woodcarving
12115 Hwy 16 W/PO Box 747, Custer, SD 57730      
605-673-4404 Fax 605-673-3843
www.blackhills.com/woodcarving/index.html    woodcarv@gwtc.net
One of America’s most unique museums, enjoy the wooden nickel theatre, 30 scenes created by an original animator of Disneyland, a carving studio, display of many nationally recognized woodcarvers, museum gallery, gift shop, snack bar. Woodcarvings so real, you'll think it's magic.

Prairie Berry Winery
23837 Hwy 385, PO Box 8, Hill City, SD 57745        605-574-3898     877-226-9453  Fax  605-574-4614
www.prairieberry.com

Sample true, regional wines
award-winners found nowhere else, all made on-site. Family-owned winery focuses on regional wild and domestic fruit, grapes and honey. Everything from dry to sweet. Enjoy complimentary wine tasting, then savor lunch from our Kitchen! Open daily, year-round.

Reptile Gardens
PO Box 620, Rapid City, SD 57709      
605-342-5873   Fax 605-342-6249
www.reptilegardens.com  getinfo@reptilegardens.com
This is where you’ll find the world’s most renowned collection of exotic reptiles, rare birds, beautiful minerals, prehistoric fossils and botanical specimens.

Sylvan Rock Climbing School & Guide Service
PO Box 600, Hill City, SD 57745      605-484-7585
www.sylvanrocks.com  sylvan@sylvanrocks.com
Rock climbing experiences for the total beginner or the seasoned adventurer.  A safe, healthy activity which anyone can enjoy.  Experience Custer State Park's many unbelievable summits.

Wind Cave National Park
26611 U.S. Hwy 385, Hot Springs, SD 57747     
605-745-4600 Fax 605-745-4207
www.nps.gov/wica
Recently named the fourth longest cave in the world. The park is home to bison, prairie dogs, antelope, elk, coyote,
mule and white tailed deer.