- TripBuzz found 78 things to do with kids in or near Keystone, South Dakota, including 62 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rapid City, Custer, Hill City and Crazy Horse.
- From Horse Thief Lake to Holy Smoke Resort Horse Rides, the Keystone area offers 50 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), History Museums, Hiking Trails and Rock Climbing.
- Located in the Black Hills area, Keystone, South Dakota is small population located near Mount Rushmore. Beginning as a mining town, this city has become a well-known resort town to the nearby national monument. The city makes its own with a vast variety of natural and historical attractions and exhibits.
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.
Keystone, South Dakota is home to the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, a national landmark whose fame is only surpassed by the Statue of Liberty. Mount Rushmore bears the carved likenesses of four Presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
One of the most popular features of the Rushmore Tramway is the Presidents' Alpine Slide, a winding downhill path. Those with a need for speed can rocket down the Slide, but each cart also has a handbrake that allows for slower travel.
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.
Located in Keystone, South Dakota, the 1880 Train Black Hills Central Railroad is a museum and tour firm dedicated to the romance of rail travel during the Gold Rush. Guests may browse exhibits at their leisure and purchase tickets to ride a refurbished 19th century steam locomotive.
The sculptor of Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum, is the focus of the Gutzon Borglum Historical Center. Visitors learn about Borglum's life and work, including the painstaking process the artist underwent while designing and executing the Mount Rushmore design.