- 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.
Waterslides and a large indoor pool at Evans Plunge are filled with water from the nearby natural thermal spring. The warm water stays at 87 degrees Fahrenheit and flows into the attraction at a rate of 5000 gallons per minute.
At Pioneer Museum there are many pieces of original art such as paintings and sculptures, and tools and equipment that pioneers used in their daily lives. Visitors can see a recreated 19th century doctor's office, classroom and general store.
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300 N Chicago Street, Hot Springs, SD 57747 MoreLess Info
Operated by the Fall River County Historical Society, the Museum-Fall River County-Historical is a museum that strives to display and promote the history of the local area. Historical artwork, artifacts, and handcrafted tools are among the items on display.
The only place along Cascade Creek that is recommended for swimming is Cascade Falls & Swimming Hole. The clean, clear water is slow enough to be safe while still serving as a fun natural swimming spot.
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SD Highway 71, Hot Springs, SD MoreLess Info
Pack a picnic and head to J.H. Keith Park and Whitney Preserve at Cascade Springs. Take a walk around the park and enjoy nature. Soak your feet or jump right into the springs for a refreshing dip.
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8220 Elk Creek Road, Piedmont, SD 57769 MoreLess Info
Within the Elk Creek Resort is the Petrified Forest of the Black Hills. The site is one of the largest out-croppingsof fossilized petrified wood in the region and features a one hour tour that includes a 15 minute video overview of the attraction.
A sports complex, Butler Park features baseball and softball fields as well as tennis and basketball courts. The park also provides a skateboard park, walking paths, a children's playground and picnic facilities including tables, shelters and grills.
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1800 U.S. 18 Bypass, Hot Springs, SD 57747 MoreLess Info
Several large specimens of woolly mammoths were found in 1974, which was preserves as the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs. A museum grew around the actual site that teaches visitors about paleontology and geology.