CUSTER STATE PARK IS FULL OF
FUN THINGS FOR EVERYONE TO DO
There are so many great things to do in Custer State Park, South Dakota that we don’t know where to start.
However, our favorite thing to do is to slowly drive the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park.
This road has incredible wildlife sightings and is the highlight of Custer State Park’s visit.
This park has it all: nature camping at its best, beautiful lakes to enhance your visit, heaps of wildlife viewing opportunities on Wildlife Loop Road, scenic drives that rank among the top 10 in the country, and miles of hiking trails to satisfy outdoor enthusiasts.
Game Lodge in Custer State Park was the Summer White House of President Coolidge in 1927 and today you can not only tour it, but stay there as well.
SEE A PLAY IN AN OUTDOOR THEATER
The Black Hills Playhouse located inside Custer State Park is one of the oldest continually operating playhouses in the country.
The rocks near Custer State Park Needles Eye are perfect even for children and we saw many families trying to climb them.
GO FOR A HIKE
Almost 4 miles long, the Sunday Gulch Trail is one of Custer’s more popular trails.
REALLY COMMIT TO A HIKING ADVENTURE
The South Dakota Centennial Trail is a 111-mile long trail traversing the natural areas of the Black Hills and passes through Custer for a 22-mile long section.
SLEEP UNDER THE STARS
Camping in Custer State Park is easy; the park has 9 beautiful campgrounds – many of them available first-come, first-serve.
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