The Black Hills and Badlands Region includes Bennett, Butte, Custer, Fall River, Haakon, Harding, Jackson, Jones, Lawrence, Meade, Mellette, Pennington, Perkins, Shannon, Todd, and Ziebach counties. This western region of the state is known for its dramatically different landscapes, and contains two of the country's most famous monuments - Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Crazy Horse Memorial. It also features Jewel Cave Monument, the fourth longest cave in the world. It is also rich in the history of the Old West, as part of the last great gold rush in America.

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Black Hills Badlands and Lakes
Online vacation guide, with links to attractions, lodging, and calendar of events.
Black Hills Central Railroad 1880 Train
Take a Historical trip thru the Black Hills of South Dakota on a genuine 1880 Steam Train. Hill City to Keystone.
Black Hills Institute of Geological Research
Information on the group, what they do, and various types of fossils found in the area.
Black Hills OnLine
Features weather warnings, free classified ads, Yellow Page listings, and links for localities.
Black Hills Region
Links to regional Black Hills information.
Black Hills To Go
Guide to the area's news, history, calendar, activities, attractions, lodging, dining, gaming and golf.
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