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    Table of ContentsWelcome ................................................................................................................................ 3

    Attractions: Western History, Modern Motorcycles & Timeless Natural Beauty...... 5

    Legendary Events: Rallies, Runs & Races...................................................................... 13

    Black Hills: The Stage for Outdoor Recreation throughout the Year ....................... 17

    City of Sturgis Street Map ................................................................................................ 24

    Looking Ahead: The Rally & Ranch Town Seeks Revitalization ............................... 27

    Dining & Lodging .............................................................................................................. 35

    Community Information & Resources ........................................................................... 38

    Alphabetical Directory of Chamber Members .............................................................. 39

    Categorical Directory of Chamber Members ................................................................ 45

    Chamber of Commerce/Calendar of Community Events ......................................... 47

    Contact Information2040 Junction AvenueSturgis, SD 57785SturgisAreaChamber.comPhone: 605-347-2556Fax: [email protected]

    WelcomeThe City of Sturgis is defined by its duality. It sits on the borderlands between the Black Hills and the prairie serving as both a mountain town and a ranch community.

    By all accounts, our town is a rural one with just 6,700 residents, and yet, our resources and infrastructure stretch each year to accommodate the 400,000 to 600,000 guests who attend our an-nual motorcycle rally. This dichotomy is replicated in our diverse population of creative intellectuals and pragmatic entrepreneurs. We find harmony in the differences, not separation.

    Great schools. Safe neighborhoods. Growing economy. World-class public recreational space. Stunning landscapes.

    This town is special. And were mak-ing concerted efforts to make sure we remain an ideal place to visit, work, play, and live.

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  • Encompassing over 102 acres of land south of Sturgis, the Black Hills National Cemetery remains the Arlington of the West.

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    Fort Meade & Its MuseumBy Bob Lee

    Fort Meade was established during the winter of 1878-79 by units of the 1st and 11th Infantry and the reorganized 7th Cavalry. The mission of the 10 company post was to provide military protection for the gold seekers and settlers. General Phil Sheridan, famed Civil War Calvary, reportedly selected the picturesque site for the new post. The site is located about two miles northwest of nearby Bear Butte.

    The history is deep here. It was on the parade grounds that the Star Spangled Banner was first played in an official ca-pacity for evening retreat. Long before it became the National Anthem, those present at its playing snapped to attention.

    It was at Fort Meade that the Cavalry horse, Comanche, the only military survivor of the Battle of Little Big Horn was officially retired with military honors. It was also at Fort Meade that the controversial Major Marcus A. Reno was ca-shiered from service by court martial for scandalous behavior. Many celebrated frontier Army units saw service at Fort Me-ade, including the 4th Cavalry which was headquartered there for over 20 years. It outlived all other frontier posts of the Upper Missouri West surviving as a military installation until 1944 when it became a Veterans Administration Hospital. It still operates as such today, serving the mental and physical health of those who served America.

    The campus also encompasses the scenic Fort Meade Recreation Area. Covering 6,693 acres, it is a mix of prairie and forest with miles of scenic trails for hikers, mountain bikers and horses. A scenic National Back-Country Byway runs through it. The area is also full of historic markers commemorating the areas important historical significance including the Fort Meade Post Cemetery.

    Many remnants of the historic peace-keeping old post have been faithfully preserved. Numerous mementos of the color-ful units and troopers who served here are on display at the Fort Meade Museum. The military buildings and residences have been retained under a Historical Preservation Designa-tion and are maintained by the Veterans Administration that now occupies the post.

    The museum is a non-profit association dedicated to preserv-ing the history of the Fort Meade military post and units that served there from 1877 to 1944.

    The Fort Meade Museum is open daily from mid-May through September with hours of operation from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more information on the Fort Meade Museum and the history it helps to preserve visit fortmeademuseum.org.

    Black Hills National Cemetery The Arlington of the WestThe Black Hills National Cemetery encompasses 102 acres just south of Sturgis. One of just 146 cemeteries in the nation designated as a United States National Cemetery, it serves as the final resting place for military personnel, veterans and their spouses.

    The concept of a national cemetery dates back to July 17, 1862 when Congress enacted legislation that would authorize President Abraham Lincoln to purchase cemetery grounds that would be used as national cemeteries for soldiers who died while in service to the country. In 1873, all honorably dis-charged veterans became eligible for burial in these cemeteries.

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    Fort Meade was established during the winter of 1878-79.History runs deep at both the post and museum. Many remnants of the historic peace-keeping old post have been faithfully preserved.

    It was on the parade grounds at Fort Meade that the Star Spangled Banner was first played in an official capacity for evening retreat. Long before it became the National Anthem, those present at its playing snapped to attention.

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    In 1947, Congressman Francis Case endorsed the concept of a regional national cemetery. With the support of various South Dakota veterans organizations, a site just outside of Sturgis, on the Fort Meade Military Reservation, was selected. In 1948, Fort Meade National Cemetery was dedicated. Just one year later, its name was changed to Black Hills National Cemetery to avoid confusion with the existing active military installation in Maryland and in recognition of the areas historical significance.

    United States Senator Francis H. Case, the man who endorsed the idea then dedicated the cemetery, is among those resting here. He hoped it would become the Arlington of the West, and it has.

    Since its dedication, the Black Hills National Cemetery has fulfilled its role as a place of rest and respect for Americas military. Since the first four burials during World War II in 1948, the remains of nearly 24,000 service members and their spouses have been entombed there.

    Bear Butte State ParkFormed millions of years ago when molten lava pushed upward into the overlying sedimentary rock, this igneous rock formation is a sacred site to several tribes throughout North America and portions of Canada. It is known as Mata Paha or Bear Mountain to the Lakota People. The Cheyenne call it Noahvose.

    Known for its holiness and mystery, Bear Butte has acted as a place of prayer and reflection for more than 4,000 years. Even today, traditional Native ceremonies are held here throughout the year.

    If you choose to hike the site, please be respectful of its sig-nificance. Youll see prayer clothes and ties. They vary by tribe and band, but all are sacred and should not be photographed or touched.

    With its small herd of bison and scenic vistas, Bear Butte is an incredible place to experience nature and show respect for the Native tribes.

    Vanocker Canyon & Boulder CanyonEarly in its history, Sturgis was dubbed the Key City for its proximity to the Hills. Today, it is conveniently located on Interstate 90 and offers immediate access to the Black Hills National Forest.

    At the mouth of two scenic canyons, Sturgis is the gateway to several of the Black Hills most beautiful drives. Both Canyons offer scenic views, dense forest, rolling meadows, and towering canyon walls. The vegetation changes drastically through the seasons and every local can tell you if they prefer springs wild flowers or the golden oaks and aspen of autumn. Summer offers a variety of native grasses and brush while winter transforms it with frost and snow.

    Beautiful Wonderland Cave snakes far below the Hills and can be reached from Vanocker Canyon.

    Visit the Chamber & Visitors Center at 2040 Junction Avenue to plan your course. Well tailor a drive or hike for you.

    Bear Butte is an incredible place to experience nature and show respect for the Native tribes.

    Sturgis is located at the mouth of two scenic canyons. The picture above was taken in Vanocker Canyon which lies south of Exit 32 off I-90.

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    Sturgis Motorcycle Museum By Christine Paige-Diers

    The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is one of the biggest mo-torcycle events in the United States, drawing hundreds of thousands of motorcycles and riders to this small town in the Black Hills each year. The history of this great rally and motorcycling is told every day on Main Street at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame.

    The Museum is home to a vast array of excellent examples of historic motorcycles dating back to 1909. From early board-track racers to more modern customs, theres something here for everyone. American-made motorcycles share space with two-wheelers from all over the world. But the history shared at this museum goes far beyond the machines, this museum also houses considerable memorabilia and Sturgis-specific historical artifacts. From early records of meetings of the Jackpine Gypsies to racing history and memorabilia to a room dedicated to women in motorcycling, even the most ardent motorcycle expert will learn something new.

    Listed by Patricia Schultz in her two travel guides - 1,000 Plac-es to See Before You Die and 1,000 Places to See in the USA and Canada Before You Die, the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame plays host to visitors from all over the world each year. Helmet Hair Magazine named it among the Top Ten Museums of Natural Motorcycle History.

    Two stories of exhibits chronicle not only the history of the machines, but also tell the story of the men and women who have shaped the sport and the lifestyle. Thanks to local and national collectors who loan their motorcycles and other memorabilia, the museum continues to grow and expand. Exhibits are rotated on a regular basis, offering repeat visitors something new each time they visit.

    While the hours vary by season, the Sturgis Motorcycle Mu-seum & Hall of Fame is open year-round, seven days a week. Located on the corner of Main Street & Junction Avenue, the museum charges a modest admission. For more information, visit sturgismuseum.com or call 605-347-2001.

    Main Street SturgisThis is a bucket list location for thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts around the world. Its where hundreds of thousands gather each August to celebrate motorcycles and biker culture.

    The rest of the year, its a traditional Main Street serving the Sturgis community. However, if youre here during the off-season, there are still a few stops to get that Rally experience. On the corner of Junction and Main, youll find the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame. Its full of Rally-relat-

    Even the most ardent motorcycle expert will learn something new at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame.

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    ed history and memorabilia. The Loud American Roadhouse, Oasis Bar & Fireside Lounge, Easyriders Saloon, (Junction & Lazelle) and just off Main, The Knuckle and Sidehack Saloons are at the center of the action during the Rally and open year around. Ask around inside, the staff often has a good Rally story to share.

    Sturgis Photo and Gifts at 1081 Main Street has great shopping, as well as, a huge Rally Group Photo hanging on the side of their building. Pose right and it looks as if youre in the crowd. Check out our directory in the back of this publication for a

    number of our Main Street member businesses who are open year around with Sturgis memorabilia or get a more perma-nent Sturgis souvenir at the Tattoo Cellar.

    Finally, no visit to Main Street is complete without a visit to Toms Ts at 1117 Main Street. In 1986, Tom Monahan created and designed the well-known Official Logo which he donated to the Sturgis Chamber of Commerce to help promote the City of Sturgis. Tom passed away in 2011, but Toms Ts is still owned and operated by his family. There you can find official Sturgis Rally merchandise.

    During the off season, Main Street serves as a traditional retail setting serving the Sturgis community.

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    In 1949, Main Street was blocked off for the first time in con-junction with a 2 hour awards ceremony. Today, Main Street is blocked off for 10 days.

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    Sturgis Motorcycle RallyOur signature event, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is recognized around the world as the largest event of its kind. For one week each August, a half million motorcycle riders and enthusiasts descend on Sturgis and the Black Hills. Its trajectory to fame was an improbable one.

    In 1936, Clarence Pappy Hoel pur-chased an Indian Motorcycle Franchise in Sturgis, SD. Soon after, the Jackpine Gyp-sies Motorcycle Club was formed. In 1938, the club held what would be known as the first Rally on August 14th with a race of 9 participants and a small audience.

    In 1949, Main Street was blocked off for the first time in conjunction with a 2 hour awards ceremony. It grew slowly, albeit steadily from there. In 1961, the Gypsies introduced the Hill Climb and Motorcross races and in 1964 the move was made to close Main Street for a full three days for motorcycle parking. However, it wasnt until 1974 that a vendor set up in the Sturgis Auditorium for the first time. By 1979, the now sev-en-day event issued its first temporary vendor licenses. There were nine.

    Local businessman, Tom Monahan, donated the artwork for the Official Rally Logo to the Sturgis Chamber of Commerce in 1986. This was key in the branding of the event. Since then, the Rally has grown to encompass huge concerts, world-class entertainment, and hundreds of vendors.

    In 2000, the event peaked at 600,000 in attendance. Since then, the crowds have plateaued at around 500,000. The 74th Annual Rally will take place August 4-10, 2014. SturgisMotorcycleRally.com

    Sturgis Mustang RallyThe Sturgis Mustang Rally is in just its 8th year, but its already got a reputation as a great celebration of the famed Ford Mustang. The event includes autocross, drag racing, burnouts, barrel racing, and a dice roll poker run. Attendees can showcase their car at the Show and Shine or at the Launchbox Competition. The event also hosts Mustang auctions where you can buy or sell a car, parts, or Mustang memorabilia.

    This years event will take place August 27-31, 2014. Visit SturgisMustangRally.com for details.

    Sturgis Camaro RallyThe Sturgis Camaro Rally will feature a show & shine, drag racing, auto cross, a poker run, and plenty of muscle cars. The Camaro Rally is a fantastic place

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    The 8th Annual Sturgis Mustang Rally will take place August 27-31, 2014. Visit www.SturgisMustangRally.com for details.

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    for enthusiasts to connect and network with others who share their passion.

    The 2014 event will be held June 26-29. Visit SturgisCamaroRally.com.

    AMA National SupermotoFor the second year, the streets of Downtown Sturgis will be transformed into a supermoto track. Supermoto races are a mix of pavement and dirt featuring jumps, straightaways, and high speeds. Racers will include novice, youth, intermediate, as well as, top-tal-ent from around the country. The Sturgis Race will take place on September 13 and 14. AMANationalSupermoto.com

    OMA Nationals Race Sturgis Buffalo RunA first-time event combining the beauty of the Black Hills with the culture of riders which is inherently Sturgis is planned for July 25, 26, and 27th. The race will be held just a mile outside of Sturgis at the planned Davenport Motorcross Ranch and will feature rac-ing, demos and vendors in an incredible natural setting. SturgisOffroad.com

    Supermoto races are a mix of pavement and dirt featuring jumps, straightaways, and high speeds. The second AMA National Supermoto will take place in Sturgis this year on Sept. 13 and 14.

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    Buffalo Chip MudrunLast year, more than 900 participants competed in the inaugural Mud Run. It featured more than 15 wet and dry obstacles and a new 105-foot floating barrel bridge. The finish line was nearly as exciting and featured a DJ, round robin mud volleyball tour-nament, slippery mud tug-o-war and a cannonball contest. The 2014 event will take place on June 14. BuffaloChip.com

    Ultra Endurance Racing Black Hills 100 & Tatanka 100 Sturgis is world renowned for motorcycles. However, a group of locals is seeking to make Sturgis and the Black Hills a desti-nation for outdoor recreation.

    Dakota Endurance, founded by local runners, introduced the Black Hills 100 in 2011. It is a trail running event including race distances of 100 miles, 100km and 50 miles. The Tatanka 100 mountain bike race, held on the same day and directed by local riders, made its debut in 2012. Together these events serve as a showcase for the amazing and largely unknown network of trails in the Black Hills.

    In its fourth year, the Black Hills 100 takes runners along the beautiful, but rugged, Centennial and Deerfield trails. Word is spreading quickly in the ultra-running community. Participants have included runners from across the country and as far away as Italy & Japan. Learn more at BlackHills100.com.

    Introduced in 2012, the Tatanka 100 is the first 100-mile bike race in South Dakota. The course makes a large loop through the Northern Black Hills offering a unique blend of rugged, technical riding along the Centennial and Deerfield trails followed by smoother, faster riding along the Mickelson trail and roads that close out the loop. The race has already been added to the exclusive National Ultra Endurance Series, a series of 15 races across 14 states that draws some of the top mountain bikers in the country. Find more informa-tion at Tatanka100.com.

    BAM Bikes, Art & Music Festival & RaceThe Sturgis BAM Festival is a grass-roots, local festival that has grown quickly. The central event is a 25-mile cross coun-try mountain bike race on the Centennial Trail from Piedmont to Sturgis attracting cyclists from all over the region and coun-try. The race ends at the Sturgis City Park at a bustling vendor fair and concert.

    For details or to register for the July 12, 2014 event, visit SturgisBAM.com.

    Last year, more than 900 participants competed in the inau-gural Mud Run at the Buffalo Chip. The 2014 event will take place on June 14.

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    Hiking, Mountain-Biking & Trail RunningThe Black Hills National Forest and the area immediately surrounding Sturgis is riddled with scenic trails for a variety of skill levels. The terrains vary from heav-ily wooded forest to groves of oak and aspen. There are grassy meadows ideal for a family picnic and scenic outlooks perfect for pictures. Visit page 23 for a trail map and information on the trail system or page 15 to learn about the world-class racing taking place here.

    Off-RoadingWith access points to many of the Black Hills National Forest motor-vehicle use trails just minutes from Sturgis, you can take your ATV or 4-wheeler exploring the Hills. Feeling especially adventurous? Try rock-crawling through some of the rocky, winch-mandated trails in the area.

    The Black Hills National Forest regional offices have official forest service maps and motor vehicle use maps available. The maps provide information for all Black Hills National Forest area trails which can be used for various off-road vehicles. You can pick up the map while youre purchasing your use permit which is required for all off-road vehicles.

    GolfIf youre a fan of golf, take time to play nine holes at the Boulder Canyon Coun-try Club. Open to the public, this course sits just a few miles west of downtown Sturgis. Situated at the edge of the Black Hills National Forest this course offers challenges and world-class views. Or vis-it Elkhorn Ridge Golf Club in Spearfish off I-90 at Exit 17 offering a 9-hole par 36 course with hidden canyons, elevated tees and broad sloping greens.

    PhotographyThe area provides excellent oppor-tunities to photograph all types of wildlife including deer, turkey, buffalo, mountain sheep and elk. You may be lucky enough to spot a mountain lion enjoying a nap on some rocky cliff in the pines. Both Vanocker and Boulder Canyons offer majestic views of foliage and rock formations. Or visit the almost mystical Bear Butte rising from the prairie grasses east of Sturgis.

    CampingCamping opportunities in the Sturgis area abound. From traditional (and minimalistic) camping in the forest to cozy cabins at the local campgrounds, we offer it all. Many areas of the Black Hills National Forest can be used for overnight camping (check with the For-est Service for specific areas.)

    At Bear Butte Lake and Dalton Lake, visitors can camp for a minimal fee. Both have specified camp sites and limited facilities. Fort Meade Recreation area also offers campsites with easy access to trails and space for horses. There are also many State and National campgrounds available throughout the Black Hills. For those with a more plush idea of roughing it, Sturgis has many private campgrounds offering a variety of amenities. See the Accommodations list in the directory of this magazine to find one thats right for you.

    HuntingSouth Dakota and the Black Hills are filled with a variety of wildlife. To man-age and maintain healthy populations,

    hunting has been a popular activity for both locals and visitors for generations. In the Black Hills and around Sturgis, there are designated seasons for deer, antelope, elk, turkey, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, mountain lion and various small game. If youre interested, visit gfp.sd.gov for more information.

    FishingFishing is a year-around sport in South Dakota and the Black Hills. Bear Butte Lake, Fort Meade Reservoir, Lions Club Pond and Dalton Lake are all located within just minutes of Sturgis. If you prefer fly fishing, there are beautiful streams not far from Sturgis that our elusive trout seem to thrive in.

    Ice FishingMany people have never experienced fishing except during the summer. Ice fishing is a fantastic winter sport and an excellent family activity. Popular ice fishing locations near Sturgis include Pactola Reservoir, Dalton Lake, Orman Dam, and Bear Butte Lake. Always make sure the ice is thick enough before walking or driving on it: at least 6 inches for walking and 10 inches for driving. Areas that are dark are not thick enough.

    Black Hills: The Stage for Outdoor Recreation throughout the Year

    Fishing is a year-around sport in South Dakota and the Black Hills.

    The Black Hills National Forest and the area surrounding Sturgis is riddled with scenic trails for a variety of skill levels.

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    Ice fishing has become very popular in western South Dakota in recent years. The amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and fantastic fishing have fisherman flocking to western South Dakota during the winter months.

    SnowmobilingThe Black Hills Area is a snowmobilers dream destination. With over 350 miles of marked trails that open December 1 and are groomed from December 15 through March 31, you are bound to find sights you will not encounter anywhere else. These marked trails wind through pine forests and open meadows and climb up to 6,000 feet in elevation, providing spectacular summit lookouts.

    This trail system has been ranked in the top 10 places to ride in the nation. With 1.3 million acres of national forest lands to explore, it is unlikely you will encounter much traffic. And unlike some other destinations, there is little worry of dangerous crevasses or avalanches.

    There are several spots on the trail system to stop and enjoy nature or grab a bite to eat and relax.

    Didnt bring your sled? Snowmobile rentals are available in the Northern

    Hills and average about $150 per day. Many retailers offer half-day, single-day, weekend, and full week packages.

    Cross Country Skiing and SnowshoeingIf cross country skiing or snowshoe-ing is your passion, youll find no better place than within the Black Hills National Forest and on the many trails surrounding Sturgis. With an average snow accumulation in the Black Hills of around 150 inches annually, condi-tions are generally favorable between late November and early March. Dress in layers as you would for any winter outdoor activity.

    Prime destinations include the Centen-nial Trail and the Fort Meade Recreation Area. Both offer incredible scenery and storied Western pasts. Additionally, there are nearly 60 miles of marked and mapped trails in the Black Hills Na-tional Forest. They are easy enough for beginners and beautiful enough for the more experienced to enjoy.

    If you dont have your own snowshoes, you can borrow them from the South Dakota State Parks. Visit their website at gfp.sd.gov/state-parks for details.

    Skiing and TubingMystic Miner Ski Resort at Deer Mountain is located just 23 miles from Sturgis and offers both skiing and tubing. Mystic (summit elevation of 6,850 feet) features an 850 foot vertical drop, two Poma-lifts, a 3,000 foot triple chairlift, and West Ridge, a 400 acre addition to the ski area, which has its own 2,500 foot double chairlift. Over 90 percent of the trails are lighted and night skiing and tubing are occasion-ally available. Tubing is available for adults and children over the age of three. After a day on the slopes, be sure to visit the Lodge for a snack or beer before you go.

    Terry Peak (summit elevation of 7,076 feet) features twenty miles of trails on its 1,052 foot vertical drop. Located in the Northern Black Hills, just 21 miles from Sturgis. The resort features seven black diamond runs and is open to Alpine skiers, telemark enthusiasts, and snow-boarders. The resort recently added a new high-speed quad chairlift to the existing 6 chairlifts serving the mountain. Terry Peak features amenities including a lodge, con-dos, and snowmaking capabilities. Over 60 percent of the trails can be covered with existing snowmaking equipment.

    With over 350 miles of marked trails, the Black Hills Area is a snowmobilers dream destination.

    With an average snow accumulation of around 150 inches annually, snowshoe-ing is a popular winter activity.

    Cross country and down hilling skiing are both popular in the Black Hills during the winter months.

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    Network of Trails Sturgis is in close proximity to a network of trails that can be enjoyed for all sea-sons: mountain biking, hiking, running, snow shoeing and cross country skiing.

    u Main Street to the TrailsA one-mile trail has been added to connect the Fort Meade Recreation Area and the 111 mile Centennial Trail to Sturgis Metropolitan area. Coined as Sturgis Main Street to the Trails, this trail can be accessed via the far east end of Main Street at Lions Club Park.

    u City Bike PathSturgis has over 10 miles of bike path within the city limits. The most popular trail heads are located at the Sturgis Mu-nicipal Park on the east end of Lazelle Street, Centennial Park located behind McDonalds on the west end of Lazelle Street, and the City Fairgrounds located on Ballpark Road. Dogs are allowed on the path but must be kept on a leash at all times.

    u Fort Meade Recreation AreaThe Fort Meade Recreation Area is com-posed of approximately 6,700 acres of forest and grasslands. The area is man-aged to protect, preserve, and enhance its cultural, historic, recreational, and wild-

    life values. Many trails offer both scenic views of Bear Butte and the prairie, as well as, the Black Hills to the south.

    u Fort Meade National Back Country BywayThe 5-mile gravel road from Exit 34 off of I-90 to Fort Meade is designated as the National Back Country Byway. While on this road you will find many noteworthy sites such as: the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Chapel, Curley Grimes Grave, the Sidney to Deadwood Stagecoach and Wagon Freight Trail, and Calvary Jumps.

    Also on the byway, the Fort Meade Post Cemetery is the only intact cavalry ceme-tery in the western United States. 119 of the 200 burials in this cemetery took place prior to 1900. The first burial was recorded in 1878 and the last in 1943.

    The road is also home to the site of Camp Fechner which was the site of a Civilian Conservation Camp. Established in the 1930s, it was the district headquarters for the 16 CCC camps in the Black Hills. Additionally, it was used to house German prisoners-of-war in 1945. Today, only a few foundations remain to mark the site of the headquarters camp. The temporary wooden buildings were torn down when the program was abandoned.

    The byway ends at Highway 34 and the entrance to Fort Meade.

    Parks & Recreation in SturgisThe Parks Department is dedicated to providing beautiful parks and rec-reation areas for the enjoyment of the public. Our park and recreation areas currently consist of the following:

    u Sturgis City Municipal Park 780 Sly Street

    u Woodland Park 781 Sly Street

    u Centennial Park 620 14th Street

    u Meade Avenue Park 1310 Meade Avenue

    u Rose Park 1050 Rose Street

    u Willow Park 1259 1st Avenue

    u Hills & Plains and Lions Club Parks 591 & 590 Lazelle Street

    u 6th Street Playground/ Sturgis Baseball Complex Little League: 1918 Ballpark Rd Strong Field: 1930 Ballpark Rd

    u Sturgis Girls Softball Complex 1510 Ballpark Road

    u Fort Meade Softball Complex Sturgis Recreation Area

    u Sturgis Tennis Court Complex 1680 Williams Street

    u Sturgis Soccer Complex Hills & Plains Park

    u Sturgis Fairgrounds 1802 Ballpark Road

    The Sturgis Community Center welcomes new visitors with a va-riety of activities to participate in, including a cardio and weight room, racquetball courts, indoor running/walking track, an indoor pool with a 72-foot waterslide, sauna, hot tub, gymnasium and a performing arts theater. Day passes can be purchased. The Sturgis Community Center is located at 1401 Lazelle Street, Sturgis.

    Summer Hours: Winter Hours: M-F: 5am-8pm M-F: 5am-9pm Sat: 8am-5pm Sat: 8am-8pm Sun: Noon-5pm Sun: Noon-8pm

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    u Alkali Creek Trailhead & Recreation SiteCamping is allowed at both the Alkali Creek Trailhead and Alkali Creek Horse camp. The camp is open year-round with a fee required May 15th through September 30th. Electric and sewer hookups are not available.

    Twenty-two picnic areas are available at the Alkali Creek Trailhead. Restrooms and water are available. A one-half mile self-guided trail runs behind the Alkali Creek trailhead.

    u Bear Butte State ParkTwo hiking trails wind their way around the slopes of Bear Butte. The Cere-monial Trail is a one-mile loop that branches into an additional one-mile hike to the top of the mountain. At the summit, youll discover a breathtaking view of four states. Please stay on the trails while hiking on the mountain. In respect for the religious activities that take place on the mountain, the park is managed for day-use only. Trails are open to visitors from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

    The park also serves as the trailhead for the 111-mile Centennial Trail. An entrance fee is required year-around. Camping is available at Bear Butte Lake.

    u Centennial TrailThe Centennial Trail is the perfect way to experience the Black Hills for an hour, a day or a week. Known as Trail No. 89, it is a lasting legacy of South Dakotas 1989 centennial year of statehood. Its 111-mile length explores

    the diversity of South Dakota. This is the longest trail in the Black Hills, with more than two dozen access points at intervals of 3 to 10 miles. You will experience old growth forests, sunny meadows dotted with wildflowers, tow-ering granite crags and remote canyons.

    Location: Bear Butte to Wind Cave National Park Length: 111 miles Elevation: 3200 to 5600 Difficulty: Easy to moderate

    Helpful Websites:Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau: SturgisAreaChamber.com

    Black Hills, Badlands & Lakes: blackhillsbandlands.com

    South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks: gfp.sd.gov

    South Dakota State Parks: state.sd.us/sdparks/

    South Dakota Tourism: travelsd.com

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    Downtown Revitalization and the Sturgis 2nd Street PlazaIn recent years, the community of Sturgis has made a concerted effort to revitalize its downtown core. From the development of a Business Improve-ment District (BID) and the Downtown Sturgis Foundation, to several new ordinances passed by the City Council, coordinated efforts are targeting eco-nomic development and a year-around, thriving Main Street and downtown.

    An important part of this effort is the planned 2nd Street Plaza on the corner of 2nd and Main Streets. The Plaza is a collaboration of members of the commu-nity and city. When completed, the lot and adjoining street will be a beautiful outdoor venue for both planned events, as well as, informal gatherings. Currently, the project is moving forward with the first phase of implementation and funding.

    The design pulls from the local archi-tecture, history and the unique culture of riders that is singularly Sturgis,

    explains Eirik Heikes, Department Manager, Landscape Architecture & Planning at Four Front Design.

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    Upon its completion, the Plaza will be an ideal space for live entertainment and vendors, as well as, a serene spot to read the paper or visit with a friend on a week-day afternoon.

    For more information, to see larger versions of the architectural drawings, or to make a donation towards the cre-ation of the Plaza, visit the Sturgis Area Chamber at 2040 Junction Avenue.

    The Rushmore RegionSturgis is a part of a comprehensive marketing and branding effort among Black Hills communities to promote the region as a great place to work, play, and live. In recent years, South Dakota has topped the list of business friendly states. That coupled with the natural beauty of the Hills and a high quality of life, makes the Rushmore Region an ideal location for new and expanding businesses, as well as, entrepreneurs.

    AgricultureWhile it may not claim many headlines, agriculture is the year-around lifeblood of the Sturgis community and Meade County. With more than $119 million in cash receipts in 2011, ag affects every aspect of our economy. Traditional row crops are common here, though recent years have brought variety. Bear Butte Gardens east of Sturgis grows and sells certified organic fruits and vegetables, while grapes are being grown at the new Belle Joli Winery on the fringe of Sturgis and Vanocker Canyon. However, it is livestock that claims the majority of local ag land and the largest economic impact.

    Last year, this industry was devastated by a freak early fall storm named Atlas. The first weekend of October, heavy wet snow followed heavy rain. In the end, the totals far exceeded any pre-dictions or estimates with nearly three feet of snow drifting under hurricane force winds. Thousands of trees still full of summers leaves snapped under the weight of snow and ice. Thousands were without power for days. Roadways were closed and emergancy calls were answered in tractors, trucks and snow-mobiles. The roof of Sturgis middle school collapsed with similar damage to many commercial properties.

    The brunt of the storm, though, was taken by the livestock. Thousands of cattle still in their summer pastures drift-ed aimlessly looking for shelter. Sadly, tens of thousands died in fence lines and draws before the storm calmed.

    Some ranchers lost most of their horses and entire herds of cattle. This is a loss almost impossible to convey to those outside the industry. Herds are the product of decades of breeding and genetic programs often spanning multi-ple generations of a ranch family. Such a loss is as personal as it is painful. In Atlas wake an outpouring of support came from the Sturgis community and across the nation. Cattle and horses were donated from ag neighbors in surrounding states. Financial donations were made by corporations and private entities. This generosity has made a future in ranching seem possible for many of those most impacted. We are so grateful.

    If youd like to contribute to our ag families as they rebuild their herds, contact the Ranch-er Relief Fund, PO Box 231, Rapid City, SD 57709; call 605-945-2333; or visit their website at RanchersRelief.org.

    The Trademark and Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Inc.Each year, half-a-million motorcycle enthusiasts attend the Sturgis Mo-torcycle Rally held in August. A world-recognized brand has grown-up around the event. Due to this brand recognition, Sturgis is attempting to rejuvenate and give back to the community via royalties on the St-urgis trademark in relation to Rally goods and services.

    This is a chance for the small town of 6,700 to benefit from a popular event in order to improve the community for the locals and for its visitors.

    The licensing program was greatly en-hanced when a local, well-respected busi-nessman, the late Tom Monahan, created and designed the well-known Official Logo in 1986, which he donated to the Sturgis Chamber of Commerce to help promote the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and support community projects. Through the generosity of the royal-ties, local school programs, elderly meal programs, arts and culture programs and other non-profit charities have received much needed funding that is hard to obtain in small rural communities.

    Last year, the local ranching community was devastated by a freak early fall storm named Atlas. To contribute to our ag families as they rebuild their herds, visit the Rancher Relief Fund website at RanchersRelief.org.

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    In 2010, the Chamber of Commerce made a community driven decision to remove themselves from the trademarks in order to devote their attention to local commerce and businesses as most Chambers operate and function. The non-profit Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Inc. (SMRi) was formed and received assignment of the rights to the Sturgis related trademark and related registra-tions including the Monahan Official Logo. This organization is a volunteer board comprised of local business peo-ple, motorcycle industry partners and tourism industry representatives. Their vision is to hold the Sturgis marks for the residents of Sturgis in order to retain the benefit where it belongs.

    Unfortunately, the marks have the risk of landing in the hands of outside en-trepreneurs who realize the value of the

    Sturgis name and the Sturgis Motorcy-cle Rally.

    This is not a program to take advantage of anyone. It is simply a vehicle for motorcy-cle enthusiasts to give back to a town that has created so many great memories.

    For more information on the Sturgis trademarks, contact Sturgis Motorcy-cle Rally Inc. (SMRi) at 605-347-5336.

    Tom Monahan, created and designed the well-known Official Logo of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

    Each year, half-a-million motorcycle enthusiasts attend the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held in August. A world-recognized brand has grown-up around the event.

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    Corbon Shooting ComplexInspiring Responsible Gun Ownership Since 1982

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    45 Acre Industrial Park - build-to-suit options UPS distribution facility - on site All infrastructure in place

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    Pat Kurtenbach, PresidentPO Box 218 Sturgis, SD 57785 605-347-4906

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    Sturgis Economic Development Corp. The Sturgis Economic Development Corp. (SEDC) is the areas business relocation expert. As the private, nonprof-it economic development organization serving the city of Sturgis, Meade County, and the State of South Dakota, SEDC is the regional go to source for assistance with business relocation, expansion, or start-up needs.

    The 45-acre Sturgis Industrial Park, which is located off Interstate 90s Exit 30, offers certified site-ready parcels for industrial and commercial development. The Sturgis Industrial Park has UPS distribution facility onsite, and is home to South Dakotas largest firearms manufacturing cluster.

    In addition to the prosperous firearms industry, metals-related custom manufacturing thrives in Sturgis. Internet marketing com-panies benefit from efficient regional and global distribution. As the Meade County seat, Sturgis enjoys a healthy retail business mix. Prospective employers are drawn to the regions low unemploy-ment, stable workforce, and technical training opportunities in this right-to-work state.

    The SEDCs revolving loan fund and partnerships with local lend-ers and state agencies combine to design competitive financing and incentive packages which assist businesses with expansion and start-up needs. Creative options for sale, lease and build-to-suit that are tailored to meet each businesss needs and are negotiable based on job creation and economic impact. Relocation assistance, workforce grants, and property tax forgiveness are examples of at-tractive incentives that could be available to qualifying businesses. SturgisDevelopment.com

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    Full Throttle Saloon12997 State Hwy 34 Sturgis, SD 57785fullthrottlesaloon.com 731-882-1883

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    AccommodationsBear Butte Creek Campground13174 Hwy 34 Sturgis, SD 57785bearbuttecreekcampground.com605-347-3023

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  • Community Information & Resources~ City Information ~City Hall/Finance Office ................................605-347-4422Animal Shelter .................................................605-347-8310Ambulance ........................................................605-347-5801Community Center...........................................605-347-6513Fire Department ..............................................605-347-5801Community Development ..............................605-347-4424Motorcycle Rally Dept .....................................605-720-0800Parks Department ............................................605-347-9018Police Department ...........................................605-347-5070Public Library ...................................................605-347-2624Public Works Department ..............................605-347-3916Rubble Site ........................................................605-347-5605

    ~ County Information ~Auditor ...............................................................605-347-2360Clerk of Courts ................................................605-347-4411Coroner ..............................................................605-720-0291Director of Equalization .................................605-347-3818Dispatch Non-Emergency ..............................605-347-2573Emergency Management ................................605-347-7623Extension Office ..............................................605-347-2436Highway Shop ...................................................605-347-4565Housing .............................................................605-347-3384Jail .......................................................................605-720-6632Probation Officer .............................................605-347-4412Register of Deeds .............................................605-347-2356States Attorney .................................................605-347-4491Treasurer ............................................................605-347-5871

    ~ Community Information ~Black Hills Red Cross ......................................605-342-4010Black Hills Special Services .............................605-347-4467Call Before You Dig ...........................................................811Center for the Arts ...........................................605-347-0242Crisis Intervention Shelter ..............................605-347-0050Department of Health ....................................605-347-5650Dept. of Social Services ..................................605-347-2588Job Service .........................................................605-347-6253Kiwanis Food Pantry .......................................605-720-0482Prairie Hills Transit ..........................................605-347-0086Regional Hospital, Sturgis ...............................605-720-2400Salvation Army of the Black Hills .................605-791-4045Senior Citizen Center .......................................605-347-5877South Dakota Help Line ...................................................211Sturgis Alliance of Churches ..........................605-490-1246Sturgis Chamber of Commerce .....................605-347-2556U.S. Post Office.................................................605-347-0100VA Black Hills Healthcare Systems ...............605-720-7170Veterans Service Office ...................................605-347-7623

    ~ Community Profile ~Population:

    City ................................................................................... 6,627Meade County .............................................................. 25,454Elevation ......................................................................3,440 ft.

    Climate:

    Avg. Winter Temperature ...............................................24 FAvg. Summer Temperature ............................................72 F

    Transportation:

    Municipal Airport .............................................605-347-3356Rapid City Regional Airport ...........................605-394-4195 Delta, United, American/American Eagle, & Allegiant Air

    Utilities:

    Electricity:Black Hills Power .............................................605-720-2440Butte Electric ....................................................800-928-8839

    Water:

    City of Sturgis ...................................................605-347-4425

    Natural Gas:

    Montana Dakota Utilities ................................800-638-3278

    Telephone/Cable/Internet:

    WOW! ................................................................605-722-2000Midcontinent Comm .......................................800-888-1300Century Link .....................................................888-756-9779

    Education:

    Meade School District 46-1

    Administration:

    Superintendent ..................................................605-347-2523Special Services .................................................605-347-4770Sturgis Bus Company ......................................605-347-5066

    Elementary:

    Sturgis Elementary ...........................................605-347-2386Piedmont Valley Elementary ..........................605-787-5295Whitewood Elementary ..................................605-269-2264

    Middle:

    Sturgis Williams Middle School ......................605-347-5232

    High School:

    Sturgis Brown High School ............................605-347-2686

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  • ~ A ~A&B Business Solutions1130 N Main St Ste 14 Spearfish, SD 57783abbusiness.com 605-722-7426Retail/Services

    ABC1807 Williams St Sturgis, SD 57785sturgisabc.com 605-347-2991Non-Profit

    Ainsworth-Benning Construction Inc345 Industrial Dr Spearfish, SD 57783ainsworthbenning.com 605-642-4716Construction/Contractors

    Akela Spa of Deadwood11842 US Hwy 14A Sturgis, SD 57785akelaspa.com 605-578-3555Retail/Services

    All Net ConnectionsPO Box 27 Whitewood, SD 57793anetconnect.com 605-641-3059Retail/Services

    American Family Insurance1612 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785amfam.com 605-347-5050Insurance

    American West Catering1807 5th Ave Belle Fourche, SD 57717605-723-0139 Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Aspen Grove Assisted Living2065 Moose Dr Sturgis, SD 57785welcov.com 605-720-4738Real Estate

    ~ B ~Bear Butte Creek Campground13174 Hwy 34 Sturgis, SD 57785bearbuttecreekcampground.com 605-347-3023 Accommodations

    Bear Butte Gardens20445 Hwy 79 Sturgis, SD 57785bearbuttegardens.com 605-490-2919Farm/Ranch

    Bear Butte State ParkNE of Sturgis off Hwy 79 Sturgis, SD 57785state.sd.us/gfp/sdparks/bearbutte 605-347-5240 Attractions

    Bear Country USA13820 S Hwy 16 Rapid City, SD 57702bearcountryusa.com 605-343-2290Attractions

    Beautiful Wonderland CaveVanocker Canyon Rd Nemo, SD 57759southdakotacaves.com 605-578-1728Attractions

    Best Western Sturgis Inn2431 S Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785sturgisusa.com 605-347-3604Accommodations

    BH Parrot Welfare & Education Center

    11132 Valley 1 Rd Belle Fourche, SD 57717blackhillsparrotwelfare.org 605-892-2336Attractions

    BH State University Educational Outreach

    1200 University Spearfish, SD 57799bhsu.edu/distancelearning.com 605-642-6427 Education

    BHAC Boy Scouts of America144 North St Rapid City, SD 57701blackhillsareacouncil.com 605-342-2824Non-Profit

    Big Rig RV Park2551 Dolan Creek Rd Sturgis, SD 57785bigrigrvpark.com 605-347-1510Accommodations

    BJs Country Store2640 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-6551 Retail/Services

    Black Hills Badlands Tourism Association

    1851 Discovery Cr Rapid City, SD 57701blackhillsbadlands.com 605-355-3600Other

    Black Hills Area Community Foundation

    825 St Joseph St Rapid City, SD 57709bhacf.org 605-718-0112Non-Profit

    Black Hills Bluegrass Association3405 Wisconsin Ave Rapid City, SD 57701605-348-1198 blackhillsbluegrass.comAttractions

    Black Hills Federal Credit Union2700 N Plaza Dr Rapid City, SD 57702bhfcu.com 800-482-2428Banking

    Black Hills Funeral Home1440 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785blackhillsfuneral.com 605-347-2522Retail/Services

    Black Hills Mended Hearts1335 Ballpark Rd Sturgis, SD 57785605-720-2981 Non-Profit

    Black Hills Playhouse24834 S Playhouse Rd Custer, SD 57730blackhillsplayhouse.com 605-255-4141Attractions

    Black Hills Power1060 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785blackhillspower.com 605-720-2480Utilities

    Black Hills Rally & Gold1101 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3564 Retail/Services

    Black Hills Rally Rentals1041 Main St Spearfish, SD 57783blackhillsrallyrentals.com 605-722-7368Accommodations

    Black Hills Rental Cabins1612 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785blackhillsrentalcabins.com 605-347-5336Accommodations

    Black Hills Special Services2885 Dickson Dr Sturgis, SD 57785bhssc.com 605-347-4467Non-Profit

    Black Hills Vacation Homes1041 Main St Spearfish, SD 57783blackhillsvacationhomes.com605-722-9950 Accommodations

    Blessed Emmanuel Lutheran Church2942 Pine Tree Trail Sturgis, SD 57785605-423-5870 Church

    Boulder Canyon Country Club12312 Hwy 14A Sturgis, SD 57785bouldercanyoncountyclub.com605-347-5108 Attractions

    Bradley Storage3470 Whitewood Rd Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3848 Retail/Services

    Brosz Engineering Inc3561 Whitewood Rd Sturgis, SD 57785broszeng.com 605-347-2722Construction/Contractors

    Buffalo Chip Campground20622 131st Ave Sturgis, SD 57785buffalochip.com 605-347-9000Accommodations

    Burger King, Dakota King2610 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3700 Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    ~ C ~Cadillac Jacks Gaming Resort360 Main St Deadwood, SD 57732cadillacjacksgaming.com 605-578-1500Restaurant/Bar/Casino Accommodations

    Cammack Ranch Supply Inc16948 SW Hwy 34 Union Center, SD 57787cammackranchsupply.com 605-985-5591Retail/Services

    Campbells Supply2425 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785CampbellSupply.net 605-347-6352Retail/Services

    Caring Hands Elder Care1238 Deadwood St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-0958 Retail/Services

    Casteel Auction & Real Estate1951 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785casteelauction.com 605-347-5110Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    CBH Cooperative2030 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785cbhcoop.com 605-720-2946Retail/Services

    Century 21 American Real Estate1222 Main St. Sturgis, SD 57785sturgisc21.com 605-347-4567Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    Certified Folder Display Service Inc7601 Black Hawk Rd #4Black Hawk, SD 57718certifiedfolder.com 605-786-0215Advertising/Media/Printing

    Chicken Creek Communications132 W. Hudson St. Spearfish, SD 57783chickencreekcommunications.com 605-722-7028 Advertising/Media/Printing

    City of Sturgis1040 2nd St Sturgis, SD 57785sturgis-sd.gov 605-347-4422Government

    Commercial Kitchen Products1161 Deadwood Ave Ste 6Rapid City, SD 57702commercialkp.com 605-716-1888Retail/Services

    Common Cents2421 S Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3666 Retail/Services

    Community Education of the Black Hills

    730 E Watertown Rapid City, SD 57701clccommed.org 605-394-5120Education

    Compass Point1801 Williams St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3003 Non-Profit

    Competition Distributing Inc3570 Mayer Ave Ste ASturgis, SD 57785competitiondist.com605-720-1903 Manufacturing

    Conquest Tactical5750 E. Shields Ave #103Fresno, CA 93727 www.conquesttactical.comManufacturing

    Cool Concepts Travel20787 Valkyrie Way Sturgis, SD 57785coolconceptstravel.com 605-347-8204Retail/Services

    Corbon Shooting Complex1428 Short Track Rd Sturgis, SD 57785corbonshootingcomplex.com 605-347-0021 Retail/Services

    Crazy Horse Memorial12151 Ave of the ChiefsCrazy Horse, SD 57730crazyhorsememorial.com 605-673-4681Attractions

    Creekside Campground20538 Hwy 79 Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-9061 creeksidesturgis.comAccommodations

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  • Crisis Intervention Shelter Services832 Sherman St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-0050 Non-Profit

    Curry Carpet & Upholstery Care121998 Washington LoopSturgis, SD 57785605-490-0547 Retail/Services

    Curves of Sturgis2217 Junction Ave Ste 2 Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-6100 Retail/Services

    Cycle Shirts, LLC923-1/2 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785thecycleshirts.com 605-347-3448Retail/Services

    ~ D ~Dakota Endurance, LLC1547 Spruce St Sturgis, SD 57785blackhills100.com 605-430-7007Attractions

    Dakota Financial Services1080 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785dakotafinancialservices.com605-720-6747 Insurance

    Dakota Hills Assisted Living1124 2nd St Sturgis, SD 57785605-423-8084Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    Dakota Tree Spraying & Services LLC

    20715 Banberry Loop Sturgis, SD 57785dakotatreespraying.com 605-578-1700Construction/Contractors

    Davenport Cottage14950 W. Hills View DrPiedmont, SD 57769vrbo.com/224655 605-381-8778Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    Days End Campground2501 Avalanche Rd Sturgis, SD 57785daysendcampground.com 605-347-2331Accommodations

    Deadwood Connections717 W Minnesota St Rapid City, SD 57701deadwoodconnections.com 605-716-1202Accommodations

    Deadwood Elks Lodge #508696 Main St Deadwood, SD 57783605-578-1333 Non-Profit

    Deadwood Gulch Resort304 Cliff St Deadwood, SD 57732deadwoodgulch.com 605-578-1294Restaurant/Bar/Casino Accommodations

    Deadwood Mountain Grand1906 Deadwood Mt RdDeadwood, SD 57732deadwoodmountaingrand.com 605-559-0386Restaurant/Bar/Casino Accommodations

    Devils Tower Trading Post57 Hwy 110 Devils Tower, WY 82714devilstowertradingpost.com 307-467-5295Attractions

    Digital Designs522 N Main St Spearfish, SD 57783digitaldesigns.com 605-644-8324Advertising/Media/Printing

    Dogwood Lodge Pet Resort & Grooming Salon

    955 Pine View Dr Sturgis, SD 57785605-720-1364 Retail/Services

    Dr. Gene B Schneider PC1245 Sherman St Sturgis, SD 57785schneiderdentistry.com 605-347-2509Medical

    ~ E ~Eagle Uniform & Supply Co.494 Main St Lander, WY 82520eagle-uniform.com 307-332-5456Retail/Services

    Eagles Landing Campground2881 Avalanche Rd Sturgis, SD 57785campsturgis.com 308-762-2735Accommodations

    East Main Laundry915 East Main St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-8429 Retail/Services

    Easyriders Saloon & Road Iron Grill

    888 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785easyriderssaloon.com 605-561-2400Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Edgewood Vista540 Falcon Crest DrSpearfish, SD 57783edgewoodseniorliving.com 605-642-2977Real Estate/Property Mng/Housing

    Edward Jones2045 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785edwardjones.com 605-720-5670Retail/Services

    Elk Creek Resort8220 Elk Creek Rd Piedmont, SD 57769elkcreekresort.net 605-787-4884Accommodations

    Elkhorn Ridge Resort & Golf Club20189 US Hwy 85 Spearfish, SD 57783elkhornridgervresort.com 605-722-1800Accommodations/Attractions

    Ellsworth Heritage Foundation Inc2890 Davis Dr Ellsworth AFB, SD 57706sdairandspacemuseum.com 605-385-5189Attractions

    Ensignal2715 Lazelle St Ste C Sturgis, SD 57785ensignal.com 605-720-5601Retail/Services

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  • Executive Lodging of the Black Hills

    11842 US Hwy 14A Deadwood, SD 57732executive-lodging.com 605-578-3555Accommodations

    ~ F ~Fabric Junction1609 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785junctionfabric.com 605-347-2235Retail/Services

    Farm Bureau Financial Services928 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785fbfs.com 605-347-4407Insurance

    Farm Credit Services of America2510 N Plaza Dr Rapid City, SD 57702fcsamerica.com 605-342-0678Banking

    First Gold Hotel & Gaming270 Main St Deadwood, SD 57732firstgold.com 605-578-9777Restaurant/Bar/Casino Accommodations

    First Interstate Bank1200 Main St. Sturgis, SD 57785firstinterstatebank.com 605-347-2562Banking

    First National Bank955 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785firstnationalbanks.com 605-347-4416Banking

    First Presbyterian Church1319 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785fpcsturgis.com 605-347-2395Church

    First United Methodist Church1755 Ballpark Rd Sturgis, SD 57785605-720-5578 Church

    First Western Insurance1238 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785firstwesterninsurance.com 605-347-4644Insurance

    Five Star Insulating, Inc.PO Box 400 Sturgis, SD 57785fivestarinsulating.com 605-830-1715Construction/Contractors

    Fish N Fry Campground21390 US Hwy 385 Deadwood, SD 57732fishnfry.com 605-578-2150Accommodations

    Flex Fitness2885 Vanocker Dr. Sturgis, SD 57785flexfitclub.com 605-720-3539Retail/Services

    Fort Meade MuseumSheridan St. Ft. Meade, SD 57741fortmeademuseum.org 605-347-9822Attractions

    Freemans Electric Service Inc901 Dickson Dr Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-0110 Construction/Contractors

    Full Throttle Saloon12997 State Hwy 34 Sturgis, SD 57785fullthrottlesaloon.com 731-882-1883Restaurant/Bar/Casino Accommodations

    ~ G ~Glover Investments LLC9084 N Ox Yoke Rd Sturgis, SD 57785928-607-1534Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    Gold Pages Publishing Inc2475 W Chicago Rapid City, SD 57702YourGoldPages.com 605-342-6200Advertising/Media/Printing

    Grace Lutheran Church1061 Sherman St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-2713 Church

    Grosch Designs & Signs19958 Avalanche RdWhitewood, SD 57793605-490-2422 Retail/Services

    Grubl Ranch14281 Alkali Rd Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-2207 Farm/Ranch

    ~ H ~H&R Block961 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-5955 Retail/Services

    Haivala Law Firm1010 Ballpark Rd Ste 4 Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-0099 Attorney

    Hansen Law, PC1010 Ballpark Rd Ste 6 Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-2551 Attorney

    Harwood Chiropractic PC2202 Main St Ste B Sturgis, SD 57785harwoodchiro.com 605-720-8922Medical

    Haugo Broadcasting3601 Canyon Lake DrRapid City, SD 57702951ksky.com kick104.com605-343-0888 Advertising/Media/Printing

    Heritage Acres Inc.Ballpark Road Sturgis, SD 57785prorentalmanagement.com 605-720-0694Real Estate/Property Management

    Hersruds of Sturgis2651 Whitewood Service RdSturgis, SD 57785hersruds.com 605-347-2566Retail/Services

    High Plains Spiritual Life Center1506 Jackson St Sturgis, SD 57785sturgis-weddings.com 605-347-3459Non-Profit

    High Plains Western Heritage Center

    S of Exit 14 on Heritage DrSpearfish, SD 57783westernheritagecenter.com605-642-9378 Attractions

    High Tech Satellite1125 2nd St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-4125 Retail/Services

    Hills Materials Company3200 Whitewood Service RdSturgis, SD 57785hillsmaterials.com 605-347-3114Construction/Contractors

    Historic Homestake Opera House313 W Main St Lead, SD 57754leadoperahouse.org 605-584-2067Attractions

    Holiday Inn Express & Convention Center

    2721 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785hixsturgis.com 605-347-4140Accommodations

    HomeSlice Corporation1612 Junction Ave Ste 4 Sturgis, SD 57785thehomeslicegroup.com 605-347-5336Advertising/Media/Printing

    Homestake Visitor Center160 W Main St Lead, SD 57754homestaketour.com 605-584-3110Attractions

    Hot Leathers/Good Sports Sturgis Inc

    1000 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785hotleathers.com 605-347-6020Retail/Services

    ~ I ~Ingalls Centennial Angus16801 Stoneville Rd Faith, SD 57626605-748-2277 Farm/Ranch

    Iron Horse Campground20446 Hwy 79 Sturgis, SD 57785ironhorsecampground.com 605-596-4237 Accommodations

    Iron Horse Inn600 Whitewood Service RdWhitewood, SD 57793ironhorseinnsturgis.com 605-722-7574 Accommodations

    Ivans Bed & Breakfast12800 Larene DrBlack Hawk, SD 57718ivansbedandbreakfast.com605-791-3273 Accommodations

    Iverson Construction1210 Industry Rd Sturgis, SD 57785iversonconstructioninc.com605-347-3282 Construction/Contractors

    ~ J ~J&P Cycles1650 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785jpcycles.com 319-462-6440Retail/Services

    Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club1216 Short Track Rd Sturgis, SD 57785jackpinegypsies.com Attractions

    Jacks Campers Too13203 High Plains PlPiedmont, SD 57769jackscampers.com 605-787-9010Retail/Services

    Jambonz Grill & Pub2214 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785605-561-1100 Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Jen Med Prof LLC1010 Ballpark Rd Ste 2 Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3684 Medical

    Johnson Brothers Western Wholesale

    401 7th St Rapid City, SD 57701westernwholesaleofsd.com 605-343-1132 Manufacturing

    Johnson Real Estate LLC1490 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785realtor.com 605-347-0141Real Estate/Property Management

    Johnstons Hardware Hank2222 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-4031 Retail/Services

    Journey Museum222 New York StRapid City, SD 57701journeymuseum.org605-394-6923 Attractions

    ~ K ~Karen Simmons CPA, PC1612 Junction Ave Ste 3Sturgis, SD 57785karensimmonscpa.com 605-347-3912 Retail/Services

    KEVN Black Hills Fox TV2000 Skyline Dr Rapid City, SD 57701blackhillsfox.com 605-394-7777Advertising/Media/Printing

    Kinkade Funeral Home1235 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785kinkadefunerals.com 605-347-3336Retail/Services

    ~ L ~L Jeffery Catering1301 Ponderosa Dr Sturgis, SD 57785605-490-1624 Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Lamphere Ranch Campground13010 Lamphere Ranch RdSturgis, SD 57785lamphereranch.com 605-347-5858Accommodations

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  • Landsport1035 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785landsport.com 605-720-1590Manufacturing

    Lauing Mill Iron L Ranch/Buffalo Chip Book

    13917 Alkali Rd Sturgis, SD 57785lauingmillironlranch.com 605-347-6193 Farm/Ranch

    Leavitt Group/Western Dakota Insurors

    924 14th St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-4583 Insurance

    Loftus Dental866 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785loftusdental.com 605-347-8880Medical

    Loud American Roadhouse1305 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785loudamericanroadhouse.com 605-720-1500 Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Lucys Nearly New Shoppe2320 S Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-5623 Retail/Services

    Lynns Dakotamart1111 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785dakotamart.com 605-347-4483Retail/Services

    ~ M ~Mary Kay Cosmetics32 Emma St St Onge, SD 57779marykay.com/csmithsmiles 605-642-5286 Retail/Services

    Massa Berry Regional Medical Clinic

    890 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785regionalhealth.com 605-720-2600Medical

    MB Tree & LandscapePO Box 86 Sturgis, SD 57785mbtreesd.com 605-690-2613Construction/Contractors

    McDonalds of Sturgis2351 Lazelle St Sturgis, SD 57785mcdonalds.com 605-347-2798Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    McPherson Propane2219 Junction Ave Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-5666 Retail/Services

    Meade County 4-H1300 Sherman St Ste 132Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-2436 Non-Profit

    Meade County Commission1300 Sherman St Ste 212Sturgis, SD 57785meadecounty.org 605-720-1625Government

    Meade County Housing1220 Cedar St. Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3384Real Estate/Property Management/Housing

    Meade County Relay for LifeSturgis, SD 57785relayforlife.org 605-490-2616Non-Profit

    Meade County Senior Citizens Center Assn.

    919 Second St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-5877 Non-Profit

    Meade County Times-Tribune1022 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785sturgiscommunity.com 605-347-2503Advertising/Media/Printing

    Meade County Title1855 Ballpark Rd Sturgis, SD 57785meadecountytitle.com 605-347-4402Real Estate/Property Management

    Meade School District1230 Douglas St Sturgis, SD 57785meade.k12.sd.us 605-347-2523Education

    MidContinent Communications1624 Concourse Ct Rapid City, SD 57703midcocomm.com 605-791-7114Utilities

    Modern Woodmen of America628 1/2 6th St Ste 214Rapid City, SD 57701modern-woodmen.org 605-341-6115Non-Profit

    Montana Dakota Utilities505 Heritage Dr Spearfish, SD 57783mdu.com 605-355-4053Utilities

    Morman Law Firm850 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785mormanlaw.com 605-347-3624Attorneys

    Mount Rushmore Area Association of Realtors

    1230 North Ave Ste 1 Spearfish, SD 57783nbhrealtor.com 605-722-0181Real Estate/Property Management

    Mr. Als1219 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785cyclethreads.com 605-347-4522Retail/Services

    ~ N ~NeighborWorks

    Dakota Home Resources795 Main St Deadwood, SD 57732neighborworksdhr.org 605-578-1401Non-Profit

    New Rushmore Radio (KBHB)1612 Junction Ave Ste 1 Sturgis, SD 57785kbhbradio.com 605-347-4455Advertising/Media/Printing

    Northern Hills Area CASA Program741 North 5th St Spearfish, SD 57783nhcasa.org 605-722-4558Non-Profit

    Northern Hills Eye Care910 Harmon St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-2666 Medical

    Northern Hills Federal Credit Union

    1080 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785northernhillsfcu.org 605-347-4527Banking

    Northern Hills Miss Sturgis Scholarship Org.

    8064 Blucksberg Dr Sturgis, SD 57785missnorthernhills.org 605-786-1111Non-Profit

    Northern Hills Sod Farm20138 126th Pl Whitewood, SD 57793northernhillssodfarm.com 605-347-9606 Construction/Contractors

    Northern Hills Technology522 N Main St Spearfish, SD 57783northernhills.com 605-644-8324Retail/Services

    Norwex/Pierrette Lyons20025 SD Hwy 79 Whitewood, SD 57769pierrettelyons.norwex.biz 605-490-0598Retail/Services

    ~ O ~Oasis Bar & Fireside Lounge1145 Main St Sturgis, SD 57785605-347-3848Restaurant/Bar/Casino

    Olive Branch Lodge #473747 Old Whitewood RdSturgis, SD