Find the heart of Rapid City downtown at Main Street Square. This fun-filled public space features around 150 events a year from live concerts, family-friendly festivals, and more! During the summer the square is alive with the dancing waters of the interactive fountains.
The name for Founders Park came from the fact that the original "founders" of Rapid City had camped on the site when the original town or Rapid City was being laid out. Founders Park is approximately 60 acres; most of the open space was acquired after the 1972 Flood.
Free family fun at one of the Black Hills’ original tourist attractions, open to the public since 1936! Dinosaur Park is located on a ridge of sandstone that encircles the Black Hills. Along this ridge dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous have been found. Not far from the park d
Canyon Lake Park is one of the oldest city parks in Rapid City. The park totals 29 acres and features several picnic areas, a fishing bridge, paddle boat rentals and a variety of outdoor recreation activities. Canyon Lake Park is part of the Rapid City Historic District Tour.