Miller is located in the heart of pheasant country, an hour north of Interstate 90, along Highway 14, also known as the "Black & Yellow Trail" ( the shortest route from Chicago and Minneapolis to the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park).
Specifically, Miller is at the junction of Highways 14 & 45 North, halfway between the Twin Cities and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Miller is a bustling, progressive community with agriculture as its economic base. At an elevation of 2,647 the town boasts around 1,500-odd people (some are odder than others).
- [formerly dead link] Dew Drop Inn Motel, 201 W 14th St (north of Hwy 14 just west of Miller), ☏ . Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 11AM. Locally owned mom-&-pop motel whose slogan is "The Best Rest for Less". Rooms offer queen and double beds. Rooms range from quaint country cottages to over 400-sq-ft handicap-accessible luxury suites. The hotel is pet-friendly and offers at-door parking with plugins, playground & picnic area with grill, truck parking, free Wi-Fi, free local calls, a microwave & fridge in every room, and for pheasant hunters, a bird cleaning station & freezers. Hookups are available for campers. $48-$118.
|Routes through Miller|
|Rapid City ← Pierre ←||W E||→ Huron → Brookings|
|Ipswich ← Faulkton ←||N S||→ Gannvalley → Kimball|