Open All Year
The two caves
operated by the
Service -- Wind
Cave and Jewel
Cave -- are open all year. The
others are seasonal.
| The Black Hills
are home to literally hundreds of caves of which
seven natural caves are open for tours. Each of
the caves listed here has it's own page. You can
follow links by clicking on the blue type.
We also list three caves that
are no longer open to the public. We've done this
because sometimes you might see something on the
Internet referencing the closed caves as still
active. Sadly, for those who enjoy caves,
all three have closed since 2007.
||Near Keystone. See separate
|Beautiful Wonderland Cave
||Near Sturgis. Fairly easy cave
to tour, includes two large caverns
|Black Hills Caverns
|| 24 miles
||Near Rapid City. Features 28
different formations in three level wind
|Crystal Cave Park:
||West of Custer on US Highway
16. See separate listing
||On US16 toward Rapid City.
Deep cave with large crystals. Somewhat
|Stagebarn Crystal Cave
||West of Rapid City. While not
strictly a cave (it was once a gold mine), a
natural waterfall now thunders through a
||Between Custer and Hot
Springs. See separate listing.