Starting as a stage stop in 1878, known as the Ice Box Canyon Valley Station, this little dot on the map continues today as a great destination for the modern day traveler.
Discover an overwhelming experience with our friendly Black Hills hospitality and country home cooking. Enjoy shopping in our unique General Store.
Stay in our comfy Lodge upstairs. Treat your guests to the best when we cater for your next event!
Our unique Gift Shop awaits... Treasures from the West and beyond. Home of Dave's rock Shop - finds from the Black Hills and around the world.
Find the perfect memento of your trip to take home. We ship if you don't have room
Our guests come from around the world and from around the corner...and one visit to Cheyenne Crossing will make you feel like friends and family. Food, service, variety, atmosphere and natural setting will bring you back!
One thing we've learned in all the years of running our restaurant is that no two guests are the same. We can customize the dining experience for anyone who walks through our doors.
Cheyenne Crossing, Est. 1878.
This Black Hills landmark was established as a regular stop for the Cheyenne WY - Deadwood SD Stagecoach, from 1878-1885. We have a long tradition of western hospitality - Come be a part of our great history!
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Home of the Legendary Indian Taco as seen on Food Network TV and Magazine.
Featuring Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Open year round.