Black Hills, SD - Alice Lund
Black Hills, SD - Alice Lund

South Dakota

Experience South Dakota! Summer jobs in the Black Hills, Badlands, and Mount Rushmore. Great hiking, biking, and climbing.

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Badlands/Cedar Pass Lodge

Summer Paradise located in the Badlands National Park RV Spaces

South Dakota

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Custer State Park Regency CSP Ventures LP Logo

Custer State Park Regency CSP Ventures LP

Spend a summer working in the heart of the Black Hills RV Spaces

South Dakota

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Live in the shadow of a tribute to democracy! RV Spaces

South Dakota

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Palmer Gulch Resort/Mt. Rushmore KOA Logo

Palmer Gulch Resort/Mt. Rushmore KOA

Summer Jobs in the Black Hills of South Dakota

South Dakota

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Rushmore Tramway Adventures Logo

Rushmore Tramway Adventures

Outdoor Adventure Park Jobs in the Beautiful Black Hills

South Dakota

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Wall Drug

America's Favorite Roadside Attraction! RV Spaces

South Dakota

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The Wild West Needs Good Food Cooks!

Sage Creek Grille - Sage Creek Grille nestled in Custer State Park

Year-Round Professional - Energetic, Talented, Creative Cooks

Great opportunity to gain hands-on Business and Hospitality experience!

Spokane Creek Cabins & Campground - In the beautiful Black Hills of SD near Mount Rushmore and Custer State Park

Seasonal Entry Level - Summer 2015 Internship Positions

2 job postings

More Info

Custer State Park is home to a herd of 1,500 free-roaming bison.

Badlands National Park consists of nearly 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the largest, protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.

The name "Black Hills" comes from the Lakota words Paha Sapa, which mean "hills that are black". Seen from a distance, these pine-covered hills, rising several thousand feet above the surrounding prairie, appear black.