Black Hills Camping
The Black Hills offer nearly 700 campgrounds and is a haven for campers of all sorts. Rich in heritage and history, the Black Hills of South Dakota comprise a sweeping pine-covered mountain range that boasts deep canyons, scenic lakes, gurgling streams, ancient caves, and striking rock formations. Whether you prefer the social interaction found at a more traditional campsite or the remote wilderness of a backpack excursion, the western portion of the state affords plenty of opportunities to sleep beneath the stars and experience the tranquil serenity of nature.
The Black Hills National Forest offers 30 campgrounds with nearly 700 campsites, and additional camping can be found in the areas surrounding the park. The sites are fairly primitive, with no electric, sewer, or water hook-ups. Below are some of the more frequented campgrounds in the area.
With the abundance of camping options in the Black Hills, you’ll be sure to find out that suits you.