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The Palisades: Little Park, Big Views

Palisades State Park may be South Dakota’s second-smallest state park, but it stunningly delivers on natural beauty. At the heart of the park, the steady flow of Split Rock Creek

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SpearFish Camping – The Great Outdoors

Sometimes, a weekend spent “roughing it” can be a little too rough. If you’re camping too far from any kind of civilization, you’re responsible for all your meals, whether it’s

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Black Hills Largest Man-Made Reservoir

If you find yourself driving along Highway 385 between Hill City and Deadwood, there will come a time when you’ll round a curve, the pines lining the road will drop

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Sweet Summertime at Pickerel Lake

Despite nature’s seemingly cruel attempt to thwart it, Summer has finally officially arrived in South Dakota. With that adventurous summer buzz in the air, residents and tourists alike are finding

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Hot Springs Campgrounds

While exploring the Black Hills, stop for a rest at one of Hot Springs many campgrounds. Located near Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park, Mammoth Site, Evan’s Plunge and

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Madison Campgrounds

With Lake Herman and Lake Madison surrounding the city, Madison campgrounds are one of a kind. The parks are an ideal destination for a bike ride or walk. With a recreation trail

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Spearfish Campgrounds

Centrally located in the Black Hills, Spearfish offers some of the best camping areas in western South Dakota. Spearfish Canyon’s narrow 1000-foot walls are among the most beautiful scenery in

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Badlands Camping

Those who want to fully experience natural wonders and unique challenges may choose to set up camp in the Badlands. A striking natural paradox, the Badlands of South Dakota consists

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Custer State Park Camping

Located in the heart of the scenic Black Hills of South Dakota, Custer State Park is a prime destination for campers. Within its 71,000 acres of stunning landscapes, verdant forests,

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Deadwood Camping

The scenic backdrop of the Black Hills makes Deadwood a popular destination for campers. Nestled in a sunken canyon in the midst of the picturesque Black Hills, Deadwood was incorporated