A Little About Us Our resort is within the city limits of Hill City, located halfway between Mount Rushmore...
A Little About Us
Our resort is within the city limits of Hill City, located halfway between Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Memorial. We are only a short distance from Rapid City, Custer State Park, and the city of Deadwood. Black Hills Trailside Park Resort is also within walking distance of the 1880 Train and downtown Hill City, where you will enjoy a variety of great restaurants and shops. We feature almost eight acres of lush land, including 35 generously-sized RV camp sites, which are outfitted with W/S/50 amp, as well as cable and Wi-Fi at no extra charge. Or you could bring your tent and possibly camp under the stars next to a babbling brook along The Mickelson Trail. Whatever you choose you will be able to take advantage of the all new shower facilities we have installed for your maximum comfort and convenience. We also have 8 new vacation cabins which are fully equipped with kitchen and bath facilities that will make your stay with us truly feel like you are at home.
Each cabin at Black Hills Trailside Park Resort features a flat screen TV with free cable and Wi-Fi access. We go all out to make your stay with us feel like a luxury vacation while still maintaining the refreshing feel of a camping vacation. Our lodging options can accommodate anyone from a couple on their honeymoon to a family of nine looking for a memorable adventure in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Mickelson Trail runs through the middle of the resort and is surrounded by the beautiful Black Hills National Forest on one side and the Spring Creek, an active trout stream, on the other. How good would it feel to show your kids the beauty of a national park and have them catch their first fish in the same day? We are the South Dakota vacation destination of choice for easy access to all the many unique, thrilling, and historical attractions that surround our resort.
Things to do
Cosmos Mystery Area
Custer State Park
Tatanka (Story of the Bison)