Teddy Bear Town (and our Teddy Bears)

Teddy Bear Town, Hill City, South Dakota


We had the recent pleasure of donating one of our teddy bears to Teddy Bear Town, located in Hill City, South Dakota.

We've had bears around our house since we got together in the late 1970's. We even have a few in our RV now. So, we decided to devote a page from our website to some of our bears, and other bears we've seen in our travels.

Sign at Teddy Bear Town

Teddy Bear Town

Teddy Bear Town is an 8,000+ bear showcase, located in Hill City, South Dakota. It's just a few miles from Mount Rushmore, so it's easy to visit, when you are in the lovely Black Hills area.

The bears occupy a small house along the highway, filling the area from floor to ceiling. Did I also mention that they are well taken care of, including a special "bear hospital" facility?

Contact information:

108 Main Street, Hill City, SD

Here are some images:

Bear Heads Teddy Bear Town, Hill City, South Dakota

There are floor-to-ceiling bears, so I had to use the wide-angle camera lens.

Medical Unit, Teddy Bear Town, Hill City, South Dakota Teddy Bear Town, Hill City, South Dakota

Bears We Have Seen

The bear shown at the top of this web page was part of our lives from about 1980 on. In 2013, this bear joined the "family" at Teddy Bear Town. After some loving repair work, he sits high over the entrance area of Teddy Bear Town.

Certificate for Our Bear

With an official certificate, no less!

Bears on the Bed

Typical bear accumulation in our RV.

Bear Flag

An American flag made of teddy bears (Michigan).

Teddy Bear, St. Maarten (Maasdam 2013 Cruise)

A bear in St. Maarten in the Caribbean.

Bear on a Bike

A bear on a motorcycle. This was taken at the cathedral in Cologne, Germany, during a "blessing of the motorcycles" event.

Image Links

Some links to bear images we have:

Bear Pictures on Google+

Bear Pictures on Flickr

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