Flanked by roaming buffalo, granite mountain carvings, over a million acres of national forest, and some of the world’s largest underground caves, Custer is a welcoming hub in the Black Hills of South Dakota. With a variety of accommodations, outdoor recreation areas, shops, community events, and restaurants, there is something for everyone in this bustling small town. For more on Custer, click here.
Custer is surrounded by over a million acres of national forest making it the perfect place for anyone who loves the outdoors. But there are also plenty of indoor activities as well. Find awesome things to do and see here.
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Prospectors find gold near present day Custer. News spread causing thousands to flock to the area in search of riches.
Custer is founded
With an increasing population, a settlement was formed. There was much debate on what to name the town. Former Confederate soldiers opted for Stonewall, after Confederate General Stonewall Jackson, & former Union soldiers suggested naming it after Union Lt. Col. George A. Custer. A vote was held and the town had a new name.
The Gold Discovery Days
July 25-27: This annual event commemorates the discovery of gold in the area and the founding of the town. Community events include a parade, car show, bed races, and more. Relive the gold rush with this 3 day event.