Imagine you have a nice little farm community of friendly people who are busy growing corn and beans in the summer months. When winter comes, they catch up on chores and make plans for the summer. Magically surround the town with towering granite spires and pine-filled mountain valleys. Scatter gold in the streams. Trade the sheep for mountain goats and the cattle for elk and deer. Recruit an amazing artist to carve (with dynamite, no less!) an immense memorial to American democracy. Voila! You have Keystone, where 350 hard-working people host 2 million or more guests through all four seasons. For the 2 million, here are some insider tips on how enjoy the unique little town below Mount Rushmore.