26 Here at Good Karma Jewelry, you can shop while enjoying a delicious cup of cof- fee at our coffee bar. Choose from a large variety of gift items, handmade jew- elry, turquoise and sterling as well as Black Hills Gold and women’s western boots, purses and accessories. We also carry gems, crystals and fossils. We have some- thing for children and adults of all ages. Gift items such as hand-blown glass, or- namental figurines, decorative soaps, jellies, peanut butters and candies. h EritAgE V illAgE c AMPgrOuND AND g iFt S hOP 24827 Village Ave., Crazy Horse, SD 57730 • 605-673-4761 • Fax: 605-673-4775 A unique gift shop with fun atmosphere, ping-pong, checkers, billiards, family- friendly lounge. Soda, spirits and light food available. Heritage Village Camp- ground and RV Park is next door in view of Crazy Horse Mountain with full-service sites, pull-thrus and rustic cabins. h igh M OuNtAiN O utFittErS 516 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • email@example.com www.highmountainoutfitterssd.com Outdoor apparel and gear for the mountain sports enthusiast. Bike and kayak rentals, hammocks, rock climbing, tents and more. J ENNy ’ S F lOrAl 528 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-3549 www.jennysfloral.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Fresh flowers, plants & home decor. Black Hills’ premier wedding florist - creat- ing top-of-the-line botanicals for your special day. k OrczAk ’ S h EritAgE 12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD • 605-673-4681 www.shopkhonline.biz Unique menu items from a local favorite, the Native American Taco, to kuchen, the South Dakota dessert. Snack shop. Large gift shop at Crazy Horse Memorial w/pottery, jewelry, books, foods & much more. l AStiNg i MPrESSiONS u NliMitED 13830 SD Hwy. 40, Hermosa, SD • 605-201-1021 • 605-201-1020 www.liudesigns.com • email@example.com Full awards & personalization business. Designs & prints metal photos for décor, signage, customized gifts & promotional items. l OSt S Ock l AuNDrOMAt AND t ArA ’ S t AN ’ N 242 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-2932 Laundromat, self-serve & drop-off available, free popcorn & coffee, open daily, three tanning beds. Video rentals include weekly new releases & popular DVDs. l yNN ’ S D AkOtAMArt 800 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-4463 • www.lynnsdakotamart.com Serving Western South Dakota for over 50 years. Complete line of groceries, fresh meats, fruits & vegetables, bakery & deli, liquor, beer & wine, camping & fishing supplies & an expanded line of organic & gluten-free products. M iNi -N EEDlES A rt S tuDiO 24948 America Center Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-3086 • 308-760-8145 firstname.lastname@example.org Displaying the artist’s original work in oils, acrylics, watercolors & various mixed mediums. All work on display is for purchase. Special conversation art pieces for the buyer’s selection. M OuNt r uShMOrE g iFt S hOP 13000 Hwy. 244, Bldg. 81, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Keystone, SD 605-574-2515 • www.shop.mtrushmorenationalmemorial.com email@example.com Gift shop & food service at Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Offers American fare. Dine with the presidents in the Carvers’ Marketplace. Gift shop features American-made items. P Aul h OrStED b OOkS & P hOtOgrAPhy Custer, SD • 605-673-3685 • www.paulhorsted.com • firstname.lastname@example.org “The Black Hills Yesterday & Today,” “Exploring with Custer” and “Treasures of the National Parks Yesterday & Today,” available wherever Black Hills books are sold and online. P riNglE M ErcANtilE 379 Main St., Pringle • 605-673-5700 • email@example.com www.facebook.com/Pringle-Mercantile-1722006624751376 Small-town general store on dirt Main Street in Pringle. Offering cold drinks, snacks, camping supplies, beer, ice, hardware and local finds. Join us for lunch specials made from scratch on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Open M-S 9- 5 during the season. S hANkliN ’ S OF S Outh D AkOtA 12702 Miller Court, Custer, SD • 605-673-2099 • firstname.lastname@example.org Three miles east of Custer to America Center Rd., then 2 miles north on the cor- ner of America Center Rd. & Miller Court. Flooring & installation. Showroom with samples and some inventory. S hOPkO h OMEtOWN 1135 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-3883 • email@example.com One-stop retail store. S OuthErN h illS t ActicAl , llc 25341 Hwy. 385/89, Custer, SD • 605-673-3222 • 605-673-2960 www.southernhillstactical.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Gun shop two miles south of Custer on Hwy. 385/89. Specializes in tactical & personal defense weapons, full line of optics, ammo & gear. On-site outdoor ranges: 25 yd. handgun, 15-50 yd. steel plate range & 100 yd. rifle range. t OP P iN A rchEry AND W ilD g AME S ErVicES 25086 Shamrock Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-5880 email@example.com Indoor & outdoor archery ranges, full-service bow shop, virtual reality hunting. Home of the Top Pin Archers Club. W iNDSONg V AllEy g ArDENS 25366 Windsong Valley Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-5230 firstname.lastname@example.org Pick your own produce from our gardens and greenhouses June - Oct. Eggs avail- able year-round. At Custer Farmers’ Market Saturdays 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Way Park. H OW D ID C USTER G ET I TS N AME ? In 1875, the name Stonewall was favored in honor of Confederate Civil War Gen. Stonewall Jackson. However, Confederate sympathizers were outnumbered by Union supporters who elected to name the town Custer City after Union Gen./Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer. Custer was the first white man of record to explore the Black Hills. Custer City was in- corporated Aug. 10, 1875.