Bikers, Rats & Rods Hang-Out In The Black Hills of South Dakota

The Original Boar's Nest

Indian Scout Land Speed Record.

The New Boar's Nest!

Bigger, Badder & Better Than Ever!  Come Enjoy.

At midnight on December 17th, 2007, the Original Boar's Nest burned to the ground.

It was completely destroyed by a fire of unknown origin. The Boars' Nest was not only a great hang out for friends, young and old, it was my home. It was full of life and memories.

It contained many heirlooms and personal antiques that were gifts from my parents, grand parents and other special people in my life.The old log cabin had a warm and friendly feel and I was privileged to be able to share it with all of my friends, including our many annual guests who came to the Black Hills for the famous Sturgis Rally. Yes, there were possessions lost in the fire, but when it is all said and done the Boar's Nest was and is about people--friends, family, fellow bikers and hot-rodders and anyone else who stopped in for a cold one or just some conversation.

During the Sturgis Rally in the summer of 2007, we had some special visitors, including country music star Toby Keith, who enjoyed signing our kitchen equipment.

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Hot Dogs For Hot Rods

The Boar's Nest Story

Just behind the main building of the Boar's Nest Bar is a 118-year-old cabin was built by settlers in "No Man's Land" and the walls hold many secrets. To be sure this place on Whitetail Creek was a remote outpost in a beautiful piece of the young United States. As time passed, this home of South Dakota pioneers slipped into relative obscurity, languishing in the forest along the rushing creek. Then, early in the new millennium, some Black Hills bikers discovered the spot. They awakened the ghosts of the Nest and called it their own. When you need refuge from the hassle of the highway, whether on two, four, six, or 18 wheels, pull off at Boar's Nest and make some memories of your own.