The Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup takes place every year at the end of September. It is a sight to behold — 1,300 bison shake the earth as…
Get ready for the rumble.
Rangers at Wind Cave National Park will lead programs this September to listen for the bugle of the Rocky Mountain elk.
It's fitting that a play about nature would be performed outside.
The regional Emmy award-winning documentary "Nature: Walking With Emerson & Thoreau," produced by TigerLion Arts, will be shown at 7 p.m. …
HOT SPRINGS | Dozens of colorful hot air balloons will fill up the sky for the fourth annual Fall River Hot Air Balloon Festival Aug. 24-25, h…
Music al fresco, craft beer and good food is on tap for third annual Miner Music Festival.
Adventures with art, animals, games, history and forensics await kids at a series of summer camps hosted by Deadwood History Inc. and the Dead…
UPDATE: Sturgis city officials announced Tuesday, May 21, the off-road rally has been canceled due to weather.
The start of tourist season isn’t for a few more weeks, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get out and take advantage of the state parks in the area.
Even with a name like National Parks Week, the event can have a local flavor.
Nature-lovers can celebrate Earth Day and attract colorful wildlife to their yard with a program set for this weekend.
It promises to be paws-itively cute in the Rapid City area this weekend.
Those who like jokes and the outdoors can get both during Outdoor Campus West’s April Fools Un-Nature Hike.
Nemo Mercantile will host its eighth annual Nemo Winter games March 9. This event follows the Outhouse Races and draws about 200 participants …
This is one time where potty humor is accepted and encouraged.
Winter-sports enthusiasts can strap on their skis or snowshoes and hit the trail for the Spearfish Challenge & Poker Tour, set for Feb. 23.
The 2019 Fly Fishing Film Tour will come to Rapid City on Feb. 13, and it will feature the sport in South Dakota.
SANDSTONE, Minn. — Peter Lenz felt a little guilty ice climbing recently. The weather was disturbingly nice.
The mountain pine beetle epidemic that once haunted the Black Hills and the party in Custer that was inspired by it have gone in opposite dire…
Sole Sisters Hiking Group of Custer had the winning tree in the Custer State Park 2018 Festival of Trees, according to a press release.
It was a brave dozen that showed up last Jan. 1 in Custer State Park.