Experience Wall, a picturesque town with a strong sense of western culture. This small community of 818 residents is home to Wall Drug Store and its $3 million dollar museum quality art collection, free ice water to thirsty travelers and a five cent cup of coffee.
Located east of the Black Hills along Interstate 90, visitors can drive the Badlands Loop Scenic Byway through Badlands National Park, or spend a day visiting Buffalo Gap National Grassland and its many recreational opportunities. The Minuteman Missile National Historic Site tells the story of the Minuteman weapons system and its role in enhancing America's strategic commitment to world peace during the Cold War.
Wall features comfortable motels, B&B's and campgrounds. There are great restaurants, a health clinic, airport, golf course, bike/exercise path and museums. Come look through our Window to the West. For more information contact Wall-Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce at 605.279.2665.
In the news:
- Badlands National Park named a Top 10 Dramatic Landscape by TripAdvisor.
To learn more about Wall, visit www.wall-badlands.com.
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Hill City, known as the Heart of the Black Hills, is the oldest town in Pennington County and the second oldest in the Black Hills with a population of 948.
Tin mining was dominant in the 1880s and led to an influx of capital and people into the area. Today the community is known as a tourist town with museums, arts, food and drink being the predominant economic catalyst. Hill City is just minutes away from Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial, five lakes and countless caves and caverns such as Wind Cave. Hikers who want to see the hills from atop Harney Peak, the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains, often begin their quest just outside of Hill City.
Events play a major role in Hill City with eight major special events being held each year. From Mickelson Trail Trek, Crazy Horse Marathon to the Kansas City BBQ competition, thousands of people from all across the United States and the world come to participate and take in this small town atmosphere.
In recent years Hill City has become known for its Wineries and micro beers. Prairie Berry Winery, Naked Winery and Stone Faces Winery along with the Sick N Twisted Brewery and the newly open Miner Brewery are just a few of the places that have made Hill City into both a local and a visitors paradise.
To learn more about Hill City, visit www.hillcitysd.com.
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