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Edgemont Golf Course
Edgemont’s Golf Course is a public course that offers 9 holes over 2,281 yards with a par of 34.
511 7th Avenue
Edgemont, SD 57735
(605) 662-5100


Edgemont City Pool


edgemont-poolOpen to the public June 1-August 20
Monday – Saturday: Noon-6 p.m.
Sunday: 1 P.M.-4 p.m.
$3 for 18 & Under, $4 for 19 & Over
Located just off Edgemont’s main street and a short walk from the Cowboy Inn, the city pool is supervised by YMCA trained life guards and is maintained by Edgemont’s YMCA staff.   


Edgemont Trap Club


trap-club

Located 3 miles north of Edgemont on Dewey Road, the Edgemont Trap Club is a public access trap club.  Starting May 1, a Shoot Night is held every Tuesday, starting at 5 p.m.
For shooting times, please contact Mick at 605.673.5225
Shotguns Only
605.662.5998

 

Edgemont Gun Club

28385 Mudhill Road

Edgemont, SD 57735

Range out to 600 yards, 25, 50, 100 yard ranges. Members only use unless holding a shooting event.

Monthly 22lr silhouette shoots are 3rd Sunday every month "Weather Permitting" starts at 1:00pm

Turkey shoots occationally.

For more information contact Gun Vault LLC 605-662-7468(shot)

 


Senior Citizens Center


senior-center1The Senior Citizens Center is a constant hub of activity, with weekly events including:

  • Daily Morning Coffee, 8 a.m.-10 a.m., FREE (Donations accepted)
  • Low Impact Exercise, 9 a.m., Monday-Friday
  • Pinochle, 1 p.m., Monday and Thursday
  • Ceramics, 1 p.m. Wednesday, $0.50 per piece
  • Quilting, 9 a.m., Thursday

The Senior Citizens Center also hosts birthday parties, potluck dinners, and dances throughout the year, along with other events.
For more information call 605.662.7193


Edgemont Theatre - Melodramas


melodrama-nateEach summer, the Edgemont Community Theatre puts on two vaudeville-era melodramas to packed houses at our local sale barn turned theatre. Locals pitch in to do the acting, the cooking for the dinner theatre, and the cleaning. Audiences are invited to boo, hiss, and throw peanuts at the villains and cheer for the good guy when he wins. Don’t forget to get your root beer float at intermission!


Trails, Trains, & Pioneers Museum


Museum-Front28Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Or by appointment:
Call 605.662.7201 or 605.662.7546 to arrange a visit
FREE Admission
Located on Second Street by the Mickelson Trailhead and the Edgemont City Park, the Trails, Trains, and Pioneers Museum houses an outstanding number of artifacts from the history of the Edgemont area.  Visitors can learn about the community’s ranching history, daily life, past industrial pursuits, geology, and so much more.
The community was started as a stopping place for the early railroads which today are still an important part of the community’s character.
Many trails have passed by, but today the Mickelson Trail is an important piece of the community’s fabric. Pioneers in the area settled on ranches and made a living off the land, as their descendants today continue the heritage.
Learn about the early inhabitants of the area who left their marks in the form of rock art found in surrounding canyons, etched into the beautiful red rocks.


Mickelson Trail


trailheadThe 109-mile Mickelson Trail follows the former Burlington Northern rail corridor from Edgemont to Deadwood. With its gentle grade and easy access, the trail is enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities for a variety of activities, including bicycling, hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. 
Cost: $4 for a day pass or $15 for an annual pass
Visit www.mickelsontrail.com for more information on the trail.
For a personal account, visit www.offenburger.com/MickelsonTrail.asp


Horseback Riding


Edgemont is a trail rider’s dream destination, with miles of the Black Hills National Forest, Buffalo Gap National Grassland, and Mickelson Trail open to riders.  Edgemont’s Buena Vista Wagon Trail Ride has become an annual tradition for locals and visitors alike, with scenic trail rides through both National Forest and privately owned areas.  Sunrise Guest Ranch, on the outskirts of Edgemont, welcomes riders and their horses to stay and ride into the Black Hills National Forest


Hunting


elk-hunt350Whether you are looking for elk or antelope, whitetail deer or mule deer, bison, or even wild turkey, Edgemont is the place to come.
Wishbone Ranch, a privately owned 3,500 acre working ranch and wildlife preserve located in the Black Hills near Edgemont, is home to Wishbone Outfitters, a group that specializes in trophy elk and bison hunts.
In addition, a large number of privately owned acres are enrolled in the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks' Walk-In Program. Hunters can stay at the campground south of town, Rainbow Motel in town, or at Sunrise Guest Ranch north of town and hunt these privately owned lands.
For more information on hunting in and around Edgemont, visit the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks site.


Fishing

 

If fishing is your sport, you are minutes away from many sweet spots.  Edgemont has its own fishing dam west of town with trout and wide-mouth bass while the Cheyenne River next to town and the pond at City Park offer catfish.  A number of additional lakes and streams are within an hour of Edgemont including Stockade, Horse Thief, Sylvan, Pactola, Cottonwood, Angostura and Sheridan Lakes

For the Railroad Hobbyist
Edgemont is a crew change station for the BNSF's busy mainline out of northern Wyoming. Photographic opportunities abound. Constant train action gives the railroad hobbyist a terrific time. For more information go to Sheriff George's Rail Fan Page


Other Possibilities

Here are a few additional ideas for spending your free time in Edgemont, SD and the Black Hills.


Maps

Printable map
GIS map of Edgemont
Map of Edgemont in the Black Hills