Hill City is the most seasoned existing city in Pennington County, South Dakota, United States. The populace was 948 at the 2010 statistics. Slope City is found 26 miles 42 km southwest of Rapid City on State Highway 16 and on U.S. Highway 385 that interfaces Deadwood to Hot Springs. Slope City is known as the "Heart of the Hills" which is gotten from its closeness to both the topographical focal point of the Black Hills, and the neighborhood vacationer destinations. The city has its foundations operating at a profit Hills mining surge of the late nineteenth century. Tin mining was predominant in the 1880s and prompted an inundation of capital and individuals into the zone. As the mining business therefore melted away, tourism and timber turned out to be progressively vital to the territory. With the foundation of Mount Rushmore in the 1940s, Custer State Park, and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the Black Hills ended up known as a vacationer goal which Hill City profited from. Lately the city has differentiated to wind up a middle for expressions of the human experience in the region including a few workmanship studios and celebrations.