Custer City, South Dakota, known as the "Oldest City in the Hills," provides visitors with a magnificent view of the Black Hills, which have been made famous for their impressive beauty and also their place in the rich history of Native American life and early U.S. settlers' explorations. Juxtaposed with the rugged splendor of the hills are the quaint and comforting Custer inns and B&Bs. Patrons should check out the nearby Purple Pie Place, which totes mouth-watering pies "like grandma used to make!" And once your belly is full, check out the numerous shops that feature local artisans' goods, like "A Walk in the Woods" which has fine arts and crafts for all ages. Finally, visitors can honor American history with year-round festivities celebrating Native American legends such as Crazy Horse. Visit a Custer City bed and breakfast, and experience the perfect combination of natural beauty and modern fun!
200 East Main Street, P.O. Box 765, Hill City, South Dakota
M2P BB, Hill City, SD, a Black Hills Bed and Breakfast - Received 2012 Community Pride Award from Hill City Area Chamber - Near Mount Rushmore, 1880 Train - Antique Shop, Espresso Bar (In-house)
23836 Emerald Pines Drive, Hill City, South Dakota
Beautiful Log Home nestled on 7 acres, in the heart of the Black Hills, conveniently located to many area attractions. For 3 or more nites -$115 per, 2 nites - $125 per (Memorial Day till Oct. 10). Note these are suites.