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Black Hills Maze

6400 S Highway 16
605-343-5439

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.



Reviews

Jeff Kralik

Rating:
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
I don't normally do big reviews, but this place was incredible. For those of you wondering what this place is, exactly, it's a large maze (about a mile of walking IF YOU KNOW YOUR WAY THROUGH) made of wood paneling. There are other games here as well, but the main draw is the maze. The object of the maze is to walk through and get a stamp at each colored tower in the corners of the maze, then find the exit. It's pretty easy to get lost in, but that's kind of the point of a place like this. Don't get discouraged, because they have people stationed inside the maze who are completely willing to give hints, and there are emergency exits if you should give up. One of the best parts of this place is that periodically, the maze is taken down and reset to a different pattern, meaning each trip can be different. They also have a Friday night promotion, where you can try to find your way through at night for cheap. It's also more fun in the dark, so Friday night was a win-win for me. In short, this place is awesome. Anytime I am back in the area, I absolutely plan on trying the maze again. I wish I remembered the names of the people on shift so I could mention them here, too.

Cliff Haynes

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Saturday, July 21, 2018
Fun maze. Nice activity to get family moving after being in the car. Price seemed ok for the experience. Staff was friendly. The maze was in good shape. Nice little area with refreshments to wait for everyone to finish. 25 minutes was our group's best time.

Steph Wellman

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Top notch. Best hidden gem that most might pass up because they don't know where to look or drive on by. I absolutely loved the staff, very friendly and patient with my kind of crazy. 8) My favorite was the man running the show on the bridge (helping those that are looking for help or frustrated after entering the start). Wish I could bottle up his wonderful attitude and spread it to others. Totally recommend for a great time with kids or couples. Very clean!!

Carrie Haun

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Sunday, July 15, 2018
What a great stop on our road trip! It was just my husband and me and we had a great time and got some exercise!!!! Would recommend to any adults!!

Chris Wilson

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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.

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