Horse Thief Campground

Address: \N, Hill City, South Dakota, \N, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on \N, Hill City, is near Crazy Horse Memorial, 1880 TRAIN/ Black Hills Central Railroad, Sylvan Lake, and Needles Eye.
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    Travel Blogs from Hill City

    This is what its suppose to be!

    A travel blog entry by alicia-jake on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Do you know what vapor lock is?? well I sure as hell didn't....apparently on older engines its when the gas gets to hot and vaporizes before it gets to the engine....which is not ideal with a two ton old girl and hills. I learned this this from the kind gentleman at the Flinstones Campground as well as the fact that we couldn't hook up to our power …

    Rapid City Day 20

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jul 11, 2014

    3 photos

    ... in front of us. Once again we were reminded of the dangers we face when cruising down the open highway. We finally reached Sturgis and after lunch we wandered around the main drag checking out the stores which were loaded with Rally T-shirts and memorabilia. The shop keepers appeared relaxed and ready for the pending big event. After noticing the ominous ...

    Lost in the fog at Mount Rushmore

    A travel blog entry by dt_panic on Jun 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... a hundred feet away.

    Because of the weather report, things weren't looking too good for our ability to view Mount Rushmore tomorrow, either, so we checked the weather for Devil's Tower and found it was supposed to be clear (at least in the morning). We switched around our plan and decided to go see Devil's Tower early the next morning, see Deadwood on the way back, and save Mount Rushmore for later in the week when we could get a better view.

    Black Elk Wilderness and Wind Cave National Park

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Oct 19, 2013

    17 photos

    ... cold morning. This would be the first time I ever hiked a trail that was nearly completely covered in snow. In many places, the snow seemed to be at least a couple of feet deep. This made it tough going, but thankfully it was so cold, that I was motivated to keep on moving. My destination was the top of Harney Peak, where a stone fire tower had been constructed by the CCC in the mid-to-late thirties. It was a 3.25 one-way trip up to the top. It was a good one too. ...

    Prairie Dogs, Jackalopes and Presidents

    A travel blog entry by laura_pier on Aug 18, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... again and over the years Wall Drug has grown tremendously in size and scope and is a major tourist attraction. It puts South of the Border to shame. If you want to know more go to and search for Wall Drug. They have a great write-up about it. Perpetuating the myth of the Jackalope is a big thing at Wall Drug (and maybe in South Dakota, in general.) They have many versions for sale and a giant one outside for photo ops. (See ...