Mt Rushmore, Custer, Crazy Horse & Sylvan Lake
Our guides are hosts, teachers, guides, and great representatives of this region. Travel South Dakota presented our company with the hospitality award of the year.
You'll receive much more than expected and have an incredible time doing it. Welcome to South Dakota!
• Visit the three top attractions in South Dakota
• Your guide is professionally trained. Leave the planning to them and thoroughly enjoy the day.
• Get the most out of your visit, including entry fees, drinks, lunch, driver, guide, and transportation door to door.
• Go to places in the Black Hills and Badlands only our guides know.
When giving as a gift, your recipient can choose a date at their convenience during a booking process. Otherwise, you can choose one after checkout and voucher redemption.
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Bottled water
- Private transportation
KeystoneKeystone is also home to several museums and historic sites, including the National Presidential Wax Museum and the Big Thunder Gold Mine. These attractions offer visitors a glimpse into the area's history and make for a fun and educational experience for the whole family.
Mount Rushmore National MemorialIt's only the most recognized monumental carving in the United States. You wouldn't want to miss that would you? Come see Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt & Lincoln in this artistic masterpiece. Learn about the men behind the concept, and the workers that made it happen.
Iron Mountain RoadIron Mountain Road was said to be impossible to build. Let's see what it's like to drive a challenge accepted. This road goes through the Black Hills, pigtail curves bridges, and tunnels on our way to stunning views. **If booked in winter months, accessibility is based on road closures and weather**
Custer State Park Visitor CenterWe'll stop here for a restroom break and learn about the park. Next, we're off to the Wildlife Loop Road for spotting some Bison.
Custer State ParkReady for some wildlife? How about mega-fauna like the American Bison? This is our best shot at seeing these massive and beautiful creatures on the wildlife loop of Custer State Park. Over 1500 Bison exist here, along with pronghorn, antelope, big horn sheep, ferrets, prairie dogs, and a variety of birds. We'll stop at the visitors center before proceeding into the Wildlife Loop Road.
Mount Coolidge Fire Lookout TowerThe 60-foot-tall tower, built in the 1930s, has steps leading to the top, where visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the Black Hills and the surrounding prairie. On a clear day, you can even see the Badlands.
The spires are located near the southern end of the Needles Highway and can be seen from several viewpoints along the road. The formations are made up of granite rock and rise hundreds of feet into the air, creating a stunning and otherworldly landscape.
Sylvan LakeConsidered the most beautiful lake in the Black Hills, we'll stop here to take it all in. Sylvan Lake is like no other you've seen. Rock formations surround the lake, and trails head out in every direction. Americana at its best! **If booked in winter months, accessibility is based on road closures and weather**
Needles HighwayThreading the eye of the needle is the best part. Find out why they call this the needles parkway and be prepared to traverse a few windy roads and tunnels along the way. Who knows what you might find? **If booked in winter months, accessibility is based on road closures and weather**
Crazy Horse MemorialEnter the culture and history before settlers arrived in the scene. This monument is dedicated to one of the most important indigenous people of the area, Crazy Horse. A courageous, and complicated warrior, he truly left his imprint upon this land. It's a fascinating story that must be told. let's visit the monument, watch a movie and make out way through some of the most interesting Native American artifacts of this land. *On certain days during the winter the museum is closed. In this case, we will view the mountain, tell the story of Crazy Horse as well as the carver of the Mountain*
If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.