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Rush Mountain Adventure Park

13622 Highway 40, Keystone, SD 57751-6604
+1 605-255-4384
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Amazing hillside amusement park!

We recently visited Rush City and had an absolute Blast! We went at the end of September so it was... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2017
Jewelses
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Tomah, Wisconsin
WOW what a ride!

LOVED the coaster. FULL THROTTLE all the way! Fun and safe. Went on Labor Day and we were first... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2017
casper684
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Camas, Washington
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At Rush Mountain Adventure Park, you will find fun on all levels! Rush Mountain is the home of famous Rushmore Cave. Come and explore the stalactite-filled caverns of this amazing natural wonder on a fun and educational cave tour. Spend the day enjoying great amusement rides. You can soar through the sky on the Soaring Eagle Zipline Ride or try your skill at the Gunslinger 7-D Interactive Ride. Feel the rush as speed down the hill on the area's only coaster, the Rushmore Mountain Coaster. You are sure to have a great time, full of affordable family fun. It's a total must-do attraction for anyone coming to the Black Hills. Cave and attractions are open daily May-October and weekends in March and April. Check website for hours and admission prices.
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“zip line” (232 reviews)
“the coaster” (33 reviews)
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13622 Highway 40, Keystone, SD 57751-6604
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+1 605-255-4384
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

We recently visited Rush City and had an absolute Blast! We went at the end of September so it was quiet and did not have to wait in any lines. The mountain coaster was AWESOME! What a thrilling ride. All the rides were great though....More

Thank Jewelses
Reviewed 21 September 2017

LOVED the coaster. FULL THROTTLE all the way! Fun and safe. Went on Labor Day and we were first ones in the park. Had 3 rides before anyone else showed up. More fun with hubby cause he was a good cushion and we seemed to...More

Thank casper684
Reviewed 21 September 2017

My husband and I stopped by just to ride the coaster. I think that $15 per driver and $10 per passenger for one ride is absolutely ridiculous but my husband wanted to do it so badly. It's really cool to have control over your cart....More

Thank DenyciaDawn
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

We purchased a pass that included everything so we were able to go into the cave as well as the zip line, the coaster, and the animated shooting gallery. We decided to do the coaster and zip line first because the weather was starting to...More

Thank PumpkinSeed464
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We came for the cave only. Paid $16.00 each for the 1 hour tour. Felt rushed, and the guide seemed rushed also, 1 visitor commented that he could not hear as fast as the guide talks. The guides could use something to make their voices...More

1  Thank Anita B
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Stopped here with my 2 kids on our 7-day, 7-state road trip, after visiting Mt Rushmore. The fact that they had a mountain coaster is what sealed the deal, after experiencing something similar in Park City, UT. Turns out the 1-hour cave tour was really...More

1  Thank Victoria_BCTall_Guy
Reviewed 6 September 2017

We really enjoyed our visit here. The coaster was a blast, the zip line was fun and the adult men enjoyed the 3D shooting gallery. We all enjoyed our personalized cave tour - the owner's, Tom and April, are amazing hosts! Thanks for a wonderful...More

Thank fatzaz
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Did the cave tour which we both enjoyed very much, takes about 1 hour. While waiting for the next tour we rode the mountain coaster and the short zipline which were both fun. Great family location.

Thank RonVermont
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

We took the cave tour with our 3 year old hoping she would not have a meltdown. She ended up doing great. She liked the adventure of the cave. Lots of stairs, I am still recovering from a knee surgery from a few months back...More

Thank Heinz5782
Reviewed 31 August 2017

This is really a fun place. A little pricey but the best value is the $50 wristband. It gives you admission to everything. Having been in many caves this one is pretty unique once you hear the history of this area and cave. The zipline...More

Thank 406native
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maryavila328
14 July 2017|
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Response from BlackHills66 | Property representative |
Thank you for thinking of us on your vacation. your 6 year old grandson will be able to ride the coaster, but will need to ridw with someone 16 years of age or older. We look forward to seeing you.
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Linda C
6 July 2017|
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Response from BlackHills66 | Property representative |
Hello. We are big fans of pets. We offer free kennels for our canine guests. Bring your dog to the gift shop and we will direct you. The kennels have fresh chips, fresh water and shade. Thanks for thinking of us.
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kbouressa1
26 June 2017|
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Response from aufinc | Reviewed this property |
Yes, i would go to the park and then to Rushmore. If not you are backtracking. When you enter Keystone you will see the sign on left. It's a little ways down that road. We kept going and thought we'd passed it. I'd plug... More
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