The U.S Forest Service operates Horsethief Lake Campground, less than two miles away from the stoic faces of Mount Rushmore.
Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort offers a relaxing camping option in the Black Hills on the outskirts of the amenity-packed town of Custer.
Custer State Park is one of the largest state parks in the country, and one of the best state parks in South Dakota.
Mount Rushmore KOA at Palmer Gulch Resort is just minutes from Mount Rushmore.
Pactola Lake is the deepest and largest reservoir in the Black Hills, with more than 14 miles of shoreline and 800 acres of water.
The Game Lodge Campground is at the heart of Custer State Park, nestled alongside the moving waters of Grace Coolidge Creek.
Wind Cave is one of the longest and most complex caves in the country, located in the southern Black Hills.
The Oreville Campground is popular among the hikers and bikers of the Black Hills area.
The Black Hills backdrop the commercial Echo Valley Park Campground, less than 15 miles from Mount Rushmore.