The Black Forest Inn is centrally located in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota and is a perfect lodging location while visiting local tourist attractions Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument and Devil's Tower National Monument.
Though we have a Rapid City address, we are a bed and breakfast approximately 30 minutes from downtown. You can find us nestled among the pine trees just twelve miles north of Hill City. We are located within minutes of fishing and water recreation at Pactola Lake and Sheridan Lake, see the Mickelson Trail on a bicycle, or hike the hills on the Centennial Trail.
We are the perfect area for boating, hunting, fishing, hiking, rock climbing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing, and all summer and winter sports. When your day of playing and exploring is done, come back and unwind in your beautiful room and soak in the hot tub.
Included each morning with your stay is a scrumptious breakfast delight, such as stuffed French toast, pumpkin pancakes, special egg bake, and more.
Are you looking for a weekend escape into the Black Hills? We love to have our local friends out for a night, a weekend or dinner and a drink at Musekamp’s Grill & Pub. Our restaurant is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day, even if you aren’t staying with us.
Black Forest Inn features Seven Unique Rooms. All rooms have private baths, King or Queen beds, Independent Heat and Air Conditioning. Some have indoor 2-person Whirlpool Tubs and some have Outdoor Hot Tubs. Breakfast is included.Learn More
The Black Forest Inn has been a noteworthy presence in the Black Hills since Bernice Musekamp built it as a restaurant and bar over 60 years ago. Today our seasonal outdoor restaurant is named Musekamp's Grill & Pub in her honor.Learn More
The Black Forest Inn is centrally-located and provides a great vacation headquarters for exploring the Black Hills. Enjoy diverse activities such as boating, fishing, hiking and hunting in addition to visiting the several parks and monuments in the area.Learn More