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The best thing about Silver Mountain Cabins is its convenient location to multiple attractions around the Black Hills. The Black Hills offers endless opportunities for you and the whole family to enjoy. From scenic lakes to endless hikes, and unique attractions The Black Hills has something for everyone.

Check out our list below to find some of the best attractions across the Black Hills located near Silver Mountain Cabins.

Mount Rushmore

Mt. Rushmore

As South Dakota’s claim to fame, you can’t visit the area without a trip to Mount Rushmore. With four famous presidents carved into the side of a mountain, located under 15 minutes away, Rushmore symbolizes freedom and democracy and is a must see!

Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse

(19 miles): The history of the Native American people is rich in the Black Hills, and Crazy Horse is a breathtaking reminder of that history. Plan your Black Hills vacation around one of the many special events taking place at Crazy Horse, such as the early summer and mid-fall Volksmarch. Hike directly up to the famous carving. Or stop by any time to absorb the rich history and living culture of American Indian people.

Car driving through herd of Buffalo in Custer State Park

Custer State Park

(30 miles): Limitless opportunities await you in Custer State Park. You can cruise hairpin turns on the Needles Highway, view roaming buffalo on Wildlife Loop Road, fish for trout in crystal blue waters, and explore historic trails dug by early pioneers. Custer State Park is full of Black Hills adventure.

Custer State Park: the real reason to visit the Black Hills?

There is no doubt why 2-3 million people visit the Black Hills every year: Mount Rushmore. But a majority of those visitors quickly discover that the Black Hills is far more than a one-stop tourist trap in the middle of the plains. It is truly a destination full of more natural beauty and fun activities than one vacation can hold. One of the gems that rightfully garnishes so much time and attention is Custer State Park, South Dakota's first and largest state park. Here are a few reasons why it may be the reason to come to the Black Hills.

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Summertime... Places to Enjoy the Heat

With temps nearing 100 degrees, its safe to say that summer has snuck up on us yet again. When it gets this hot, there are few things that sound more natural than being immersed in water. Fortunately for all of us in the Black Hills, there are many options to cool ones toes.

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