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In 1874, Lieutenant Colonel George Custer led the troops of the 7th Cavalry into the Black Hills and discovered gold near present-day Custer. Colonel Custer and his men found wealth beyond gold in the beauty of the Black Hills. To celebrate this event, the town of Custer has the annual Gold Discovery Days celebration.  This annual three-day celebration has it all for the ENTIRE FAMILY! A carnival, car show, arts & crafts fair, volleyball tournament, 5K fun run, cornhole tournament, golf scramble, hot air balloon rally, and the largest parade in the Black Hills!   


Click here for the Arts & Crafts Fair registration form

Click here for Bob Plaisted Memorial Car Show registration form

Click here for Parade registration form

Click here for Fun Run registration form

Update: The Gold Discovery Days Carnival WILL NOT have a session from 12-5pm on Friday, July 16th.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  If you have purchased a ticket that you planned to use for this session, you may return it to the Chamber for a refund of $20, but this must be done by Saturday, July 17th at 5pm.




















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