Welcome To Belle Fourche!


It's Sturgis Rally time and the rumble of motorcycles can be heard even here at the Center of the Nation! There's plenty to see and do in Belle Fourche if you're stopping through:

Visit the Center of the Nation monument and Tri-State Museum! Stand on the geographical center of the 50 States, and walk through our cowboy history at the free museum.

Shop Belle Fourche and find treasures and locally made items and other goods at our member shops and stores: - The Olive Branch, - Cowboys Too!, - Love That Shoppe Antiques, - Relic Diggers, - American Discount & Surplus, - Mason's 5th Ave, - Office Emporium & Gone To Pieces Quilt Shop, - Runnings, - Shopko

If you're hungry you can't miss the $5 lunch specials found at several restaurants all over town! Try the fantastic fare at our member eateries: - Grap's Burgers & Brews, - Ski's Pizzeria, - Dairy Queen, - Green Bean Coffeehouse, - Patty's Place, - Subway, - The Stadium, - Taco Johns, - American West Grill, - Pizza Hut, - The Branding Iron Steakhouse, - Jumpin' Jacks, and 8th Avenue Bakery (open Friday & Saturday mornings)!

Need a place to stay? We have - Riverside Campground, - Ace Motel, - Econo Lodge, - Sunset Motel RV Park & Camp Sites, to name a few!

Come have a slice of homemade pie and cup of coffee (or lemonade) with us!Join us for Summer Pie Social 3-4pm Thursday, Aug. 9th in Rail Park (downtown State St.). Then make your way over to the Community Farmers Market (Thursdays 4-6pm) on the Historic Roosevelt Events Center grounds, 1010 State St. Local crafters, bakers, growers, and producers sell their wares under the cottonwood trees every Thursday, June-mid October.

Browse our website for more information about the area, our 250 member businesses, and more. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have.

August Le Belle Marché Indoor Market

August Market:

Friday & Saturday, August 10-11th: 10am-3pm

The Belle Fourche Chamber is excited to introduce the Le Belle Marché monthly indoor market! (As you can see we have drawn on our town name's French influence to brand our market in a way that is distinctly Belle Fourchian.) This indoor market will be held the second Friday & Saturday of every month at the Historic Roosevelt Events Center. The market will be in the gym at the Roosevelt.

We are looking for vendors interested in being part of the indoor market, and registration will be open throughout the market season (as of now, indefinitely).
If you have questions, please call the Chamber office (605)892-2676.

We are beyond excited to bring this market opportunity to our local vendors and cottage businesses, as well as partner with the up and coming Roosevelt Events Center!


If you are interested in becoming a vendor, click here!

Farmers Market Season Is Here!

Buy local food, meet the producers, build a community!
We believe in bringing fresh, locally produced goods to the Belle Fourche community and supporting the incredibly talented independent farmers, bakers, and crafters in our area.
Every Thursday - June-October 4-6pm on the Historic Roosevelt Events Center grounds, 1010 State St. Belle Fourche. If the weather is inclement we will move inside the Roosevelt’s gym. Like the Facebook page for pictures and updates!
Want to set up a market stall? We accept farmers market vendor applications all season long! The weekly vendor fee is $7, or pay for the whole season for $140. Fill out our online Vendor Form.

Return of the Pie Socials!

The popular community Pie Socials are back June 14th! Join us for pie, coffee, and community in Rail Park (619 State St)! $3, 3-4pm every Thursday through the summer.
Each week is sponsored by a Belle Fourche business and is brought to you by the Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce.


Belle Fourche Healthcare Community Earns 2018 Bronze National Quality Award

Belle Fourche Healthcare Community (BFHC), Welcov Healthcare, has been recognized as a 2018 recipient of the Bronze – Commitment to Quality Award for its commitment to improving the lives of residents through quality care. The distinction is the first of three progressive award levels through the National Quality Award Program, presented by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), the leading association for long term and post-acute care. The program honors association members across the country that have demonstrated their dedication to improving quality of care for seniors and persons with disabilities.

“We are proud to be honored for our commitment to improving quality,” said Tracy Harwood, Administrator of Belle Fourche Healthcare Community. “Working together to reach this milestone has made our team even better. We will not stop improving.”

The National Quality Award Program, established by AHCA/NCAL in 1996, is based on the core values and criteria of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, which also serves as the foundation for the metric-based AHCA/NCAL Quality Initiative. The Baldrige framework helps organizations among different business sectors improve organizational effectiveness and achieve strategy-driven performance.

The Award Program has three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Providers begin the quality improvement process at the Bronze level, where they develop an organizational profile with essential performance elements such as vision, mission statement, and key strengths and challenges. Bronze applicants must also demonstrate their ability to implement a performance improvement system. Trained Examiners review each Bronze application to determine if the center has met the demands of the criteria. As a recipient of the Bronze - Commitment to Quality Award, BFHC may now move forward in developing approaches and achieving performance levels that meet the Silver - Achievement in Quality Award criteria.

“I applaud BFHC for taking this important step towards quality improvement,” said the AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award Board of Overseers Chair Alana Wolfe. “I encourage BFHC to continue on its path to achieving superior outcomes.”

The awards will be presented during AHCA/NCAL’s 69th Annual Convention and Exposition in San Diego, California, October 7-10, 2018.

Small Business Planning Resources

Are you or someone you know interested in starting a small business? The Chamber has resources available for FREE from the SD Small Business Development Center to help you get off to a solid start.
Business Consultant Mike Rosson is willing to book appointments through the Chamber the 2nd Tuesday morning of each month for individuals interested in starting a business. Please call us for details: (605)892-2676

We've Moved!

Come see us at our new headquarters! The Chamber of Commerce offices are now located at the Historic Roosevelt Events Center in the former principal's office. Enter by the double doors on the south-facing side of the building from the parking lot. We are on the left right inside!

New Members

Good Music + Good Food = Great Fun! Bring your chair and your family & friends - eat some food, have a cold drink and listen to some awesome LIVE FREE Music each Thursday night in downtown Belle Fourche. 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. starting June 7th.

Waddell & Reed, Inc. - Cindy Goeringer, Financial Advisor

Your financial journey needs thoughtful planning. No matter where you've set your investment sights, we'll help you plan to reach your destination.

Rushmore Parking Lot Striping

For all your parking lot striping needs!

TransCanada - ANR Pipeline Company

ANR sets the standard in natural gas services. We are committed to the safe and reliable delivery of natural gas to each and every one of our customers.


Norlin Marine and Recreation LLC

As a certified marine technician coupled with full service shop and parts department, we will make owning your boat a hassle free experience!


Plains Towing and Recovery

Plains Towing and Recovery has been in business for 30+ years in Northwestern South Dakota. We are proud of our long history of service in not only this area, but also in various parts of Wyoming, North Dakota and Montana. Our company has the honor to serve law enforcement agencies throughout our service area. Customer satisfaction is our main goal with every action we perform for you and other customers.

Recent Renewing Members

June Renewals: Keller-Williams Realty - Black Hills • Northern Hills Training • Lindstad Alignment & Brake Service • Belle Fourche Senior Citizens Center • Black Hills Energy • Belle Fourche School District 9-1 • Croell Inc. • Rapid City Journal

July Renewals: • Dakota Lumber • Dakota Home & Ranch Real Estate LLC • Pizza Hut • Redwater Eyecare • Turbiville Industrial Electric • St. James Lutheran Church • A & B Business Solutions • Reptile Gardens • Willow Creek Tax, LLC • SD Dept. of Labor • Center of the Nation Wool Inc • Leverington Funeral Hime of the Northern Hills • Dakota Life Realty - Kristen Simons • Love That Shoppe Antiques • Tri-State Livestock News • Duhamel Broadcasting Ent. • The Lodge at Deadwood

Thank you, Special Sponsors!


The Belle Fourche Chamber is proud to partner with the American Lamb Board and the South Dakota Beef Industry Council to support and promote lamb and beef production in the Belle Fourche area.

Where business people work together, sharing their energies and expertise in building a strong community.

The Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce serves to promote our members, the commercial, civic, and general interests of the city of Belle Fourche, and our trade area. As a voluntary organization our aim is to represent and advocate for our members and the business community as a whole. We are not a civic club, a charitable organization, or department of city government. We are a private, non-profit, taxpaying corporation focused on improving the community and businesses of Belle Fourche. We’re compromised of people — people just like you, who realize that we can accomplish more collectively than individually.