Devils Tower National Monument
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Mount Rushmore. Our nation's Shrine of Democracy.
Crazy Horse. The world's largest mountain carving in progress.
Custer State Park. Famous spectacular Needles Highway and one of the largest state park buffalo herds in the nation.
Devils Tower, Wyoming. America's 1st National Monument proclaimed by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906 and featured in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Badlands National Park. Rare and fascinating land formations, teeming with wildlife.
Jewel Cave National Monument. One of the world's largest cave systems, with over 180 miles of mapped passageways, with stunning crystalline caverns.
Wind Cave National Park. Nation's first cave system adopted by the National Park Service, over a hundred miles of passageways, elk and buffalo herds and prairie dog towns.
Spearfish Canyon State and National Forest Service Scenic Byway. See towering limestone cliffs while following a rushing trout-filled mountain stream into the heart of an ancient mountain range with three separate beautiful waterfalls.
Historic Deadwood and Lead. Visit the graves of Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Old West Main Street, gambling, museums, summer shoot-outs on the street. Lead Homestake Mine, largest and longest producing gold mine in the Western Hemisphere, now site of the country's most modern underground science laboratory.
Kare Bear's Klassic "More Gravel in your Travel" Tour. Experience secret scenic and historic locations throughout the Black Hills off the beaten path.