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7 Day Black Hills & Badlands Rally

Jun 21, 2024 - Jun 27, 2024

  • 6 nights (camping)
  • | 23 meals & events

Tour Overview & Route

Drive along scenic mountain roads, gorgeous rolling prairies and visit iconic American monuments like Mount Rushmore in this spectacular corner of South Dakota. You’ll travel back in time to the days of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane as you explore Deadwood and watch for herds of wild buffalo. From the Crazy Horse Memorial to Custer State Park to the Ft. Hayes Chuckwagon Dinner and Show, this tour is sure to give you an authentic taste of the wild, wild West.

Tour Prices

2 Person Price Per Rig

$3,395.00

1 Person Price Per Rig

$2,695.00

Guest Price Per Rig

$1,195.00

For your WIT Club discount,
call 866-265-7289.

Tour Features & Itinerary


  • Orientation and Get Acquainted Social
  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Mount Rushmore Lighting Ceremony--Over the decades, the monument has grown in fame as a symbol of America

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • Crazy Horse Tour--See & experience the land where Crazy Horse lived, fought, and died.
  • Custer State Park--has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation
  • State Game Lodge Lunch
  • Wildlife Loop--travel through 18 miles of open grasslands and pine-speckled hills that much of the park’s wildlife calls home.

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • Gold Factory Tour--learn about the fascinating and intricate process with which the gold and diamond jewelry is crafted.
  • Chapel In the Hills Tour-- The Stavkirke Chapel is an exact reproduction of the famous Borgund Stavkirke of Laerdal, Norway.
  • Explore Deadwood--the town is just as wild today as it was when legends like Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock roamed the streets.
  • Ft. Hayes Chuckwagon Dinner and Show

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • 1880s Train Ride--Trains follow the original route of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad laid down in the late 1880s to service the mines and mills between Hill City and Keystone.
  • Explore Hill City
  • Optional Sturgis Activities: Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame Self Guided Tour, Take Dinner and a Concert at a famous "Biker Bar" (Loud American Roadhouse, Full Throttle, Ironhorse Saloon)

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • Badlands National Park Tour--The park’s 244,000 acres protect an expanse of mixed-grass prairie where bison, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs, and black-footed ferrets live today.
  • Visit Wall Drug--offers dining, activities, gifts and souvenirs, visitor information and, of course, free ice water.
  • South Dakota Air and Space Museum--learn about the American Journey through aviation and aerospace.

  • Private Motorcoach Transportation for Local Activities
  • Tour Mammoth Site--boasts the largest concentration of Columbian mammoths in the world.
  • Lunch at Woolly's
  • Wind Cave National Park Drive--Bison, elk, and other wildlife roam the rolling prairie grasslands and forested hillsides of one of America's oldest national parks.
  • Travel through Custer and Hill Country
  • Tour Bear Country--observe black bears, elk, mountain lions, buffalo, reindeer and other wildlife in their natural environment.
  • Farewell Dinner

  • Goodbye Continental Breakfast





  • Mount Rushmore Lighting Ceremony

  • Badlands National Park Tour

  • Crazy Horse, Custer State Park, Keystone Bus Tour

  • Explore Deadwood

  • Wind Cave National Park Drive

  • Chapel In the Hills Tour (Stavkirke Chapel)

  • Ft. Hayes Chuckwagon Dinner and Show

  • Wall Drug

  • Gold Factory Tour

  • Explore Famous Biker Bars

  • State Game Lodge Lunch

  • Tour Mammoth Site