Hiking/Outdoors

Executive Lodging Rapid City

Favorite Black Hills Hiking Spots

Most of the major attractions and activities in Black Hills revolve around the isolated and escapist joy of hiking. It is easily one of the best things to do in the rolling mountains of the region. You can stay at... Read more

Black Hills Camping-River

Camping in Black Hills South Dakota

Considering a rustic and isolated Black Hills camping trip in the near future? Or how about something more modern and well-equipped? What kind of camping experience do you want to have for your next mountain vacation experience in South Dakota?... Read more

Executive Lodging - Day Trips

Day Trips In The Black Hills

Any vacation to South Dakota’s Black Hills should include plenty of outdoor adventure at the many top-rated golf courses, swimming holes, lakes, reservoirs, hiking and biking trails, historic attractions and more. As the top resource on everything related to outdoor... Read more

Executive Lodging - Explore the Outdoors

Lake & River Trips in the Black Hills

With lush green forests, creek-carved canyons, incredible national parks, and a plethora of outdoor attractions dotted in between, the Black Hills have much more to offer than just Mount Rushmore! “The emerald isle in a sea of prairie”, beckons visitors... Read more

Executive Lodging - Fishing & Hunting In The Black Hills

Fishing & Hunting In The Black Hills

The Black Hills & the Badlands offer some of the best hunting and fishing in the entire United States. With millions of acres of pristine woodlands and forests, and fast-running streams and lakes that contain a huge variety of trout... Read more

Hiking in the Black Hills

Our Favorite Black Hills Hiking and Adventures Information Mickelson Trail: 109 miles with several trailheads $3/daily pass or $15/annual pass Black Elk Peak/Harney Peak: The highest point in South Dakota known as Harney Peak for over 150 years, was renamed... Read more

Mickelson Trail

Mickelson Trail

Mickelson Trail was originally the Burlington Northern Line Railroad that took trains from Edgemont to Deadwood. Starting in Deadwood and ending in Edgemont, the 109 mile trail with most of it not exceeding a 4% grade is primarily crushed limestone and... Read more