Year Round tour services for individuals, small and large groups. Serving the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota and surrounding areas.
Airport Express Shuttle is the Black Hills established choice, with one goal in mind - service excellence combined with the most competitive rates. To date we have been able to achieve this goal and as a result can guarantee a timely and reliable service. All our customers are treated as individuals and with the utmost respect. Airport Express Shuttle covers the entire Black Hills and surrounding areas. Customed designed tours and transfers can also be arranged. Give us a try. You won't be disappointed.
Black Hills Off-Road Rentals provides fun, reliable machines for off-road and snowmobile enthusiasts. We also have an assortment of snowmobiling and ATV gear for rental or purchase. Check out our Snowmobile and ATV Rental pages for more information on our machines and rates. Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have. We look forward to serving you and hope you include Black Hills Off-Road Rentals in your Black Hills and Deadwood vacations!
We offer a variety of family fun-filled sightseeing guided tours by professional local guides. Our 8 hour Southern Hills Tour includes Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Needles Highway, and the wildlife loop at Custer State Park. FREE "local" pick-up to your hotel or campground. For more info, click on the links.
GeoFunTrek Tours boasts a perfect-score on TripAdvisor! There are no seasonal, part-time or trainee guides. You travel with John or Cindy, and they are the A-Team of Black Hills Guides. We deliver the finest traditional, custom and private guided tours. Call us for the tour-of-your-dreams.
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Numerous tours are available that are provided with safe, courteous guides using comfortable vans for more “personal” excursions. Our Basic Tour is our most popular tour. Free Pick up/Drop Off in Hill City and Custer.
In 1911, Carrie Ingalls arrived in Keystone to manage the Keystone Recorder and other Black Hills newspapers. No one knew it at the time -- not even the Carrie – but she would become Keystone’s most famous citizen.
Her older sister, Laura Ingalls Wilder, published the first of her “Little House on the Prairie” books in 1932. Laura chronicled the pioneer life of the Ingalls family, including her older sister Mary and younger sister Carrie.
The family settled near De Smet, S.D., in 1879, and Carrie spent the rest of her life in South Dakota. By the time she moved to Keystone, Carrie was 41 and a veteran newspaperwoman. On Aug. 1, 1912, she married David Swanzey and quit her job to raise her stepchildren. She lived in Keystone until her death in 1946. At the free Keystone Historical Museum, you can learn more about the 35 years Carrie spent in Keystone.