- The list below includes 58 free or cheap things to do in or near Crazy Horse, South Dakota, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Natural Landmarks, Cultural Centers, Visitor Centers and Specialty Museums.
- From Native American Educational & Cultural Center to Orientation & Communications Center, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Crazy Horse and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Custer, Rapid City, Keystone and Hill City.
Named after a historic gold mine, Holy Terror Mini Golf, features 18 holes of golf that will take you up and down the side of a hill. Featuring a gold mine theme, the course, is surrounded by rushing waters, gold-flecked boulders, and pine trees at each challenging hole.
The road that encircles Custer State Park is called Wildlife Loop Road. It is open to vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. Animals species frequently observed from Wildlife Loop Road include bison, bighorn sheep, deer, eagles and other birds.
Visitors to Rushmore Cave in Keystone, South Dakota take part in a panoply of thrilling activities, including guided expeditions into the bowels of the cave. Other options include panning for gold, ziplining and an interactive 3-D first-person-shooter ride.
There are numerous tour options at The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary which allow for different types of encounters with the animals. The most basic package is a two-hour guided bus tour while the most expensive allows for an extended stay in an old-fashioned cabin on site.
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Your ticket for hours of family friendly entertainment is at Putz n Glo Indoor Black Light Miniature Golf. A perfect choice for your next party, guests can play mini golf, pan for gemstones, and try and negotiate the giant maze.
Buckle your seatbelt and prepare to meet incredible animals at Bear Country USA in Rapid City, South Dakota. Bear Country USA also features 'babyland,' an area where guests and park staff interact with adorable baby bears and other young wildlife.
Thunderhead Falls is the oldest gold mine open to the public in the Black Hills area. The journey of the 1878 miners is detailed at the site, and guests can enjoy the falls themselves which is essentially eight cubic feet of water spewing vertically for more than 30 feet.
Rapid City's Reptile Gardens is a large zoological complex focused on reptiles. Its inhabitants include dozens of snake species, alligators and tortoises. The most popular animals at Reptile Gardens include Fluffy, a juvenile alligator, and Marilyn, an enormous albino python.