25 1880 T RAIN 222 Railroad Ave., Hill City, SD • 605-574-2222 www.1880train.com • email@example.com Old-time steam locomotives & vintage cars make several trips daily between Hill City & Keystone. Open early May to early October. Reservations recommended. 1881 C OURTHOUSE M USEUM 411 Mt. Rushmore Rd., P.O. Box 826, Custer, SD • 605-673-2443 www.1881courthousemuseum.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Housed in the original Dakota Territory courthouse, the 1881 Courthouse Museum ex- plores the history of the Black Hills and Dakota Territory from 1874 to present day. B EAR C OUNTRY U.S.A. 13820 S. Hwy. 16, Rapid City, SD • 605-343-2290 www.bearcountryusa.com • email@example.com Drive-through wildlife park features North American animals roaming free in their natural habitat. Walking tour of Baby Land where bear cubs, wolf pups & more are on display. B LACK H ILLS A ERIAL A DVENTURES 24564 Hwy.16/385, Custer, SD • 605-673-2163 www.coptertours.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Offering a variety of helicopter tours from three heliports near Crazy Horse, Mt. Rush- more and in the Badlands. Flying 7 days a week from May to October, weather per- mitting. B LACK H ILLS B ALLOONS www.blackhillsballoons.com • 605-673-2520 • email@example.com May-Oct. Sunrise one-hour flight s include champagne toast & 1st flight certificate. Reservations required. B LACK H ILLS P LAYHOUSE 24834 S. Playhouse Rd., Custer, SD 57730 • 605-255-4141 www.blackhillsplayhouse.com • firstname.lastname@example.org In the heart of Custer State Park. Professional theatre at friendly South Dakota prices. Reservations recommended. B LACK H ILLS W ILD H ORSE S ANCTUARY 12163 Highland Rd., Hot Springs, SD • 605-745-5955 • www.wildmustangs.com Imagine a place where you can see miles and miles to the horizon. A place where wild horses run free & eagles soar. Call for reservations. B LUE B ELL H AYRIDE C HUCK W AGON C OOKOUT 25453 Hwy. 87, Custer, SD, Custer State Park • 605-255-4531 www.custerresorts.com B LUE B ELL S TABLES - T RAIL R IDES 25453 Hwy. 87, Custer, SD, Custer State Park • 605-255-4531 www.custerresorts.com B UFFALO R IDGE T HEATER 370 W. Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 1-800-646-8729 email@example.com • www.buffaloridgetheater.com Hosting a phenomenal lineup each summer. Regardless of when you find yourself in Custer, you’ll find amazing shows. B UFFALO S AFARI J EEP R IDES 13389 Hwy. 16A, Custer, SD, Custer State Park • 605-255-4541 www.custerresorts.com C IRCLE B C HUCKWAGON 12138 Ray Smith Dr., Hill City, SD • 605-574-2129 • 800-403-7358 www.circle-b-ranch.com • firstname.lastname@example.org Chuckwagon suppers, cowboy music shows, pony rides, woodcarver, gunfights, gem panning, wax bullet pistol shooting & gift shop. C RAZY H ORSE M EMORIAL 12151Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD • 605-673-4681• Fax: 605-673-2185 www.crazyhorsememorial.org • email@example.com World’s largest mountain carving-in-progress, between Custer & Hill City on Hwy. 16/385, Crazy Horse Memorial Hwy. Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski & Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear officially started Crazy Horse Memorial June 3, 1948. Honors the culture, tradition & living heritage of North American Indians. The foundation con- tinues the progress on the world’s largest sculptural undertaking by carving a memo- rial of Lakota leader Crazy Horse; by providing educational & cultural programming; by acting as a repository for American Indian artifacts, arts & crafts through the Indian Museum of North America & the Native American Educational & Cultural Center; and by establishing & operating the Indian University of North America and, when practical, a medical training center for American Indians. C USTER F ARMERS ’ M ARKET Mt. Rushmore Rd. and 4th St., Custer, SD 605-673-5230 • firstname.lastname@example.org Custer Farmers’ Market, located at Way Park on Mt. Rushmore Rd. in Custer. Every Saturday, June-October, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. C USTER S TATE P ARK 13329 Hwy. 16A, Custer, SD • 605-255-4515 • Fax: 605-255-4460 www.custerstatepark.com • email@example.com Home to one of America’s largest bison herds, this 71,000-acre park features scenic drives, fishing, swimming, hiking, camping & four outstanding resorts. C USTER UTV R ENTALS 25112 Golden Valley Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-6600 • 888-978-2267 firstname.lastname@example.org Drive a UTV from Custer’s Gulch RV Park and Campground onto the many Forest Service trails and Custer State Park. All drivers must be 21.