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Black Hills Maze

6400 S Highway 16

The Black Hills Maze was constructed in 1991 by a local couple following their family experience in a Maze in the Northwest.

The Maze is constructed of pressure-treated Douglas Fir, and it covers over 39,000 square feet. It has four second-level bridges and four second-level towers.

Local residents Conrad and Reone Rupert purchased the Black Hills Maze in 1998. Since then additions and upgrades have included theMaze Mountain climbing wall, Roller Racers,Mini-Golf,and the Batting Cage.

Conrad is a semi-retired Forester who still does consulting in the off season. Reone is a semi-retired Teacher who still substitutes during the school year.


Chris Wilson

Friday, May 18, 2018
The amazing people that run this place opened up for our group when it was raining even though we were the only ones there. They were kind and helpful with any questions we had and I would recommend this place to anyone looking for a good day. Bankshot basketball is amazing by the way.

Andreen Family Fun

Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Fun place! Be prepared to be here for a while, some of the configurations are harder than others to find your way out of.

Bryon D. Wilson Jr.

Friday, July 14, 2017
Fun for the whole family. Got lost for about an hour 13 of us total was great. A little aged needs to be updated. Wasn't busy the entire time. Maze is fun. The best thing we all did was the water wars ballon fight was epic. Kolton was great with the kids on the rock wall.

Ian O'Brien

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Maze was challenging, place needs a little updating

Joseph Robbins

Saturday, May 12, 2018
10/10, would get stuck in maze again.

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