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Dahl's Chainsaw Art

Keystone, SD

Jarrett and Jordan Dahl are revving up their saws in anticipation for their 6th season of chainsaw carving in the Black Hills. The Dahl's Chainsaw Art offers family entertainment, an open air gallery and a gift shop.

Jarrett and Jordan Dahl, award winning artists, entertain tourists and locals as their chainsaws sing, spit woodchips, and carve life and personality into native Black Hills Pine.

Meander the pathways, take photographs, and enjoy the large selection of Dahl bears, eagles, signs, and other original sculptures.

Pick out your favorite art piece and bring home an authentic slice of the Black Hills Forest. Carvings may be personalized and custom ordered.

Your entire family will have fun at Dahl's Chainsaw Art! You will love the authentic and adorable Dahl bears, the fantastic photo opportunities, and the thrilling chainsaw performances.

There are sculptures of all sizes, ranging from 3' bears, to a 9' rotating triple eagle, to a 25' Indian warrior, which is one of the largest chainsaw carvings in the world.

"Brothers Who Carve Their Names in Wood"
In 2004, 18 year old Jarrett, and his 16 year old brother Jordan, discovered their chainsaw talent while visiting Alaska. Ever since, they have pursued chainsaw art with a passion and have honed their skills beyond all wildest expectations. In 2007, the brothers established a shop and gallery in Keystone, SD, two miles from Mount Rushmore National Monument.

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Western Region

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Address

Hwy 16 A
342 Winter ST
Keystone, SD 57751

Website

www.dahlschainsawart.com

Email

General: jarrett_dahl@hotmail.com

Phones

Phone: 612-834-1149

Tags

Family, History & Culture, National Parks & Natural Wonders, Entertainment, Retail, Made in SD, Arts & Antiques, Specialty

Open Mid May to Mid September

Every Day 10 AM - 9 PM

Free Admission