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Monday, 07 April 2014 18:00

Custer Car & ATV Rentals

Enjoy touring the Black Hills in a car, SUV or minvan. Local area pick-up at your motel, campsite or Custer Airport. Free passes to Custer State Park and Mt. Rushmore. Rent an ATV or UTV to experience the adventure of seeing Custer State Park, Needles Hwy, Iron Mt Rd, Hells Canyon, Cicero Peak with 360 degree views of the Black Hills and many more thousands of miles of trails. Call now to reserve your adventure 605-673-6600.

Published in Tours
Sunday, 06 April 2014 18:00

Kids Zone

Download and print these fun activity sheets.

Keystone Word Search

Keystone Crossword Puzzle

Keystone Word Unscramble

Published in Content
Sunday, 23 March 2014 18:00

The "OLD TOWN" Walking Tour

Follow the numbered signs and read about the history of one of the fastest growing boom towns in the Hills. There are 19 stations on the walking tour, each with a sign in description of the location.

The signs were provided by Craig Stump of Stump Signs and Graphics of Rapid City.

Published in History
Sunday, 23 March 2014 18:00

Keystone Historical Museum

The Keystone Historical Museum is housed in the old Keystone Schoolhouse building of early Victorian architecture. Built in 1900, it served as Keystone's full-time school until 1988.

The Museum houses early day mining tools, historic pictures and photo collections, rock and mineral collections, and historic displays including Carrie Ingalls memorabilia.

Published in History
Thursday, 20 March 2014 00:00

Area Maps & Directions

Getting to Keystone

You can get to Keystone by both car (or motorcycle!) and air.  The nearest commerical airport is located in Rapid City.  The Rapid City Regional Airport is serviced by Northwest, Delta, United, and Allegiant Airlines.

If you are coming to Keystone in a car, the major highways are U.S. 16A, South Dakota Highway 40, and South Dakota Highway 244.

Downloadable Maps

Town of Keystone and surrounding area Download PDF - Download Web PDF

Historic Keystone Walking Tour Download PDF - Download Web PDF

Map of Black Hills of South Dakota Download Hi-Res JPEG

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Published in Content
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 18:00

Badlands National Park

Containing the world’s richest Oligocene epoch fossil beds, dating 37-28 million years old, the evolutionary stories of mammals such as the horse and rhinoceros arise from the 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires. Bison, bighorn sheep, endangered black-footed ferrets, and swift fox roam one of the largest, protected mixed-grass prairies in the United States.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 18:00

Devils Tower National Monument

Devils Tower rises 1267 feet above the Belle Fourche River. Once hidden, erosion has revealed Devils Tower. This 1347 acre park is covered with pine forests, woodlands, and grasslands. Deer, prairie dogs, and other wildlife are seen. Also known as Bears Lodge, it is a sacred site for many American Indians. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower the first national monument in 1906.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 18:00

Jewel Cave National Monument

At 142 miles, Jewel Cave is the second longest cave in the world. It is filled with calcite crystals and other wonders that make up the "jewels" of Jewel Cave National Monument. The current length of Jewel Cave is: 142.06 miles. On April 12, 2008 explorers spent 11.5 hours underground and mapped 694.75 feet of cave passages.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 18:00

Minuteman National Historic Site

Here you will find remnants of the Cold War, including an underground launch control center and a missile silo. Minuteman missiles held the destructive power to destroy civilization as we know it. Yet the same destructive force acted as a deterrent which kept the peace for three decades. Minuteman Missile makes it possible to revisit a time when the threat of nuclear war haunted the world.

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 18:00

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

"A monument's dimensions should be determined by the importance to civilization of the events commemorated. We are not here trying to carve an epic, portray a moonlight scene, or write a sonnet; neither are we dealing with mystery or tragedy, but rather the constructive and dramatic moments or crises in our amazing history." Gutzon Borglum

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