Sundance, WY is nestled in the valley of the Bearlodge Mountains in Northeastern Wyoming on the western edge of the Black Hills. Sundance was established in 1875 as a trading post and prospered in the wide open frontier of its time. Not much has changed in the 100 plus years – the skies are still huge and Sundance Mountain is breathtaking with its Native American Heritage and its monumental vista towering over this small town, population 1161. Nestled between Devils Tower and Mount Rushmore in the heart of the Black Hills, Sundance is the perfect destination for the traveler who wants to see it all. Sundance boasts a quiet, friendly lifestyle coupled with world class outdoor recreation activities and outstanding business potential. Attractions in Sundance include, but are not limited to, Bearlodge Mountain Recreation & Black Hills National Forest, Crook County Museum, and Sundance Country Club. Sundance also hosts many popular events; such as the Sundance Winter Festival, Crook County Fair, and the Sundance Beer Festival.