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**Closed for winter months. Our doors will re-open on Mothers Day 2017. See you then!** Start your day at Fort Hays Old West Town, site of the Oscar award winning movie set, Dances with Wolves. Walk along our boardwalk and make your own brick, tin...more
My husband and I went to the dinner show on a Saturday night and had a great evening.
This venue is a chuckwagon style dinner. You sit at long gatherings of picnic tables, they give very specific directions on how to get your food and...More
We had the best tour of Mt. Rushmore. Our driver/guide kept us entertained with stories of the area, sites to see, history of the area, and the best bus ride. My husband was able to see the sites than keeping his eyes on the road...More
We had such a great time. Pastor Bill was our tour guide and he was awesome. He was super funny and made the trip really enjoyable. The weather was perfect and we really feel like we saw every angle Mount Rushmore and the surrounding area....More
We booked the Mt Rushmore sightseeing package. Everything has been thought of and runs like a well oiled machine. All our meals were wonderful and after driving for several days it was great to sit back and let our driver Rory take the wheel. He...More
What a great way to see the sights of the Black Hills. Our day started with breakfast, very tasty. Our first stop was Mount Rushmore. We had plenty of time to explore. Our bus took us on scenic roadways to our destinations. It was nice...More
Some of the items from the movie are available to see. There is a dinner performance that we did not see. The buildings and contents were interesting but there was no one in any of them but the gift shop
We went for chuck wagon dinner & show for my mom's 75th birthday. Before dinner, we wandered around the old west buildings & demonstrations - nothing spectacular, but interesting. Going into the dining hall, the floors are uneven brick sloping down to the front and...More