- Our list of the best things to do in Crazy Horse, South Dakota, features the top 86 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Crazy Horse, SD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Crazy Horse, SD , followed by 83 popular activities in nearby cities, including Custer, Keystone, Rapid City, Hill City and Hot Springs
A 29 acre park, Canyon Lake Park offers a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The park has four picnic pavilions, walking and jogging trails, a boat ramp with paddleboats for rent, and fishing access.
Rapid City's Cosmos of the Black Hills is an unusual spot where the usual laws of gravity seem not to apply. Creative construction an altered furniture give patrons the sense of walking on walks and defying the laws of physics. Tours and tour buses are always welcome.
Rapid City, South Dakota is home to Storybook Island, a family-frienly theme part that caters to very young children. The Island is based on some of the most beloved children's books from throughout the world. It is not open during winter.
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2707 Mt. Rushmore Road, Rapid City, SD MoreLess Info
Mt. Rushmore Black Hills Gold Factory Tour is a 90 minute jewelry factory tour where visitors can watch the lost-wax casting process and see diamonds cast in molten gold. The free tour also offers complimentary coffee and cookies.
South Dakota's Dinosaur Park sits in Rapid City. This municipal park is named for the huge painted dinosaur models scattered throughout its grounds. The park is open dailiy and offers plenty of shade in the spring and summer months.
The Motion Unlimited Museum is an antique car museum that includes project cars, trucks, pick-up trucks, and restored vehicles. The museum sits in a 13,000-sqft building that includes gas pumps, pedal tractors, and signs.
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Nemo, SD MoreLess Info
The Wonderland Caves were not openly discovered until 1929 even though there were some indications of previous expeditions in the area. Guests to the site can view an impressive display of stalactites, stalagmites, popcorn crystals, and frost crysals.