Travel maps of South Dakota including Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills.

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Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills

South Dakota Maps

These free, printable travel maps of South Dakota are divided into four regions:

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Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills

Travel map of Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills

Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills



Mount Rushmore and the Central Hills

Mount Rushmore is a symbol of American exploration and expansion, a testimony to the visionary dreams of our founding fathers, and a tribute to individual effort and collective achievement. It’s also at the heart of local tourism. Served by urban and transportation center Rapid City and supported by the old mining communities of Hill City and Keystone, this mountainous region is the hub of a Black Hills visit.

Travel map of Mount Rushmore and the Central Hills

Mount Rushmore and the Central Hills

Travel map of Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore

Travel map of Keystone

Keystone

Travel map of Hill City

Hill City

Travel map ofCentennial Trail

Centennial Trail

Travel map of Mickelson Trail

Mickelson Trail

Travel map of Rapid City

Rapid City

Travel map of Downtown Rapid City

Downtown Rapid City

Travel map of Mount Rushmore and the Central Hills Highlights

Mount Rushmore and the Central Hills Highlights



The Southern Hills

It’s all about wildlife, warm water, and history in the soft rolling landscape of the Southern Hills. Custer State Park provides the best wildlife-viewing opportunities in the state, with accommodations that range from rustic to luxurious. Hot Springs originated as a place to travel to “take the cure” in the warm mineral springs that gave the town its name. It’s also home to beautiful sandstone buildings and the Mammoth Site. Wind Cave and Jewel Cave are both in this region, and Custer, where gold was first discovered in the hills, provides easy access to all of the Southern Hills attractions, including the ongoing mountain carving of Crazy Horse, which honors the famous chief and the Lakota people who hold the Black Hills sacred.

Travel map of the Southern Hills

The Southern Hills

Travel map of Downtown Custer

Downtown Custer

Travel map of Custer State Park

Custer State Park

Travel map of Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway

Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway

Travel map of Hot Springs

Hot Springs

Travel map of the Southern Hills Highlights

The Southern Hills Highlights



The Northern Hills

Outdoor beauty and recreational opportunities grace every corner of the hills, and the northern region is no exception. Waterfalls, hiking trails, and biking trails abound in the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway, which connects the old mining communities of Spearfish and Lead. But the definition of wildlife is a little more expansive here. Once the stomping grounds of the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, this is a place where the raucous spirit of the Wild West flourishes. Gambling, gunfights, and rodeos set the ever-active stage in Deadwood, and the roaring bikes of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally guarantee that the lights are always on in the Northern Hills.

Travel map of  the Northern Hills

The Northern Hills

Travel map of Spearfish

Spearfish

Travel map of Downtown Spearfish

Downtown Spearfish

Travel map of Spearfish Canyon

Spearfish Canyon

Travel map of Deadwood

Deadwood

Travel map of Lead

Lead

Travel map of the Northern Hills Highlights

The Northern Hills Highlights



The Badlands

Set in the midst of the vast plains, a wall of tall spires, flat-topped grassy buttes, and craggy eroding cliffs present an otherworldly landscape to visitors. Some 70 million years of environmental change are exposed to the eye, a product of the relentless and creative forces of wind and water. Each layer of time is different in color. When the sun is just right, the landscape of Badlands National Park turns into a wonderland of pastel yellow, dusty pink, burgundy, gray, green, and black. The town of Wall is the northern gateway to the park and home to Wall Drug, the ultimate roadside attraction. The South Unit of the park is located on the Pine Ridge Reservation, home to the Oglala Lakota people. The reserva- tion offers recreational opportunities, art galleries, and historic sites for visitors interested in Lakota culture.

Travel map of the Badlands

The Badlands

Travel map of the Badlands Highlights

The Badlands Highlights

Travel map of Badlands National Park

Badlands National Park

Travel map of Pine Ridge Reservation

Pine Ridge Reservation



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