- TripBuzz found 35 things to do with kids in or near Sturgis, South Dakota, including 32 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Deadwood, Spearfish, Lead and Belle Fourche.
- From Sturgis Community Center to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, the Sturgis area offers 50 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Military Museums, Sports Facilities/Fields and History Museums.
- Home to one of the largest annual motorcycle events in the world, the city of Sturgis, normally a quiet suburban town, is a thriving tourist hot spot in the late summer months. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally attracts thousands of visitors from around the world to enjoy the areas open roads, local eateries and lodging. Visitors throughout the year can also enjoy the local state park, museums and explore local caves.
Twenty-two miles are covered by the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway. The road allows visitors to view the beauty of the area without having to leave the comfort of their cars and still have the occasional opportunity to stop and take pictures if they wish.
The Homestake Visitor Center is an informational visitor center that provides information to visitors or local residents about the Homestake Gold Mine and the city of Lead. The center is open daily during the summer months.
Clients of Blackhead Horseback & Walking Tours in Deadwood, South Dakota experience the region's clean, crisp air and verdant beauty while learning fascinating details about the area and its history. No prior horseriding experience is required. Reservations are strongly recommended, especially for equestrian to…
Adjacent to the Black Hills and Fort Pierre Railroad Roundhouse, the Living Map Theater covers the history of the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1876. The presentation is projected in a small theater and lasts roughly 35 minutes.
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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.
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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.
Made to honor the old west pioneers, the High Plains Heritage Center Museum covers the history of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, and Nebraska. The site features a large range of artifacts, memorabilia, and art within its 20,000 square foot building.
Seasonal outdoor activities are common along the George S. Mickelson Trail. Visitors are able to bike, hike, go horseback riding, ski, or ride snowmobiles along the trail depending on the season, or they can simply enjoy the scenic setting.