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"Begging" Burros of Custer State Park

Mount Rushmore is the greatest iconic symbol of America and not too far in its distance is Custer State Park where you will find the most patriotic herd of wild animals; the “begging” burros proudly displaying their red, white and blue as you travel along Wildlife Loop Road. 716 more words


Lover's Leap Trail

Lover’s Leap is a massive granite outcropping above the Galena Creek canyon, nearly 500 feet above the stream below. Because the rock juts out from the canyon ridge, it offers fantastic views of this area of the Black Hills. 307 more words

Black Hills

The Cathedral Spires Trail

The Cathedral Spires Trail (Trail #4A) features a unique area of the Black Hills, the Cathedral Spires and Limber Pine Natural Area, which was officially designated as a Registered National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service in 1976. 364 more words

Black Hills

An Evening at Sylvan Lake

After waking up at 3:30am so we could make an early start to the Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup we spent the rest of the day at the roundup and arts and crafts fair. 198 more words

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Buffalo Wranglers

A few shots from this falls Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. These are some of the folks who helped drive the buffalo into the corrals and cut the herd.

Custer State Park

The Startling Drama of the Black Hills Scenery

While much of the Black Hills are pretty, with rolling hills and lots of trees and bison herds! there are large swathes of it that you wouldn’t exactly call dramatic in the Rockies or Alps sense of mountain-y drama. 71 more words


Buffalo Herds are ACTUALLY like Thunder: Custer State Park

National Parks are great, State Parks are great and herds of bison are INCREDIBLE. Custer State Park is one of the prettiest areas of the Black Hills in South Dakota and we were lucky enough–moments after entering the park–to see the bison herd. 66 more words