Pedal the Mickelson Trail, walk
in the footsteps of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Wyatt Earp, and Buffalo
Bill in the town of Deadwood. Explore Crazy Horse Memorial and snap photos
along the aptly named Wildlife Loop.Few
attractions stir the emotions of visitors the way Mount Rushmore does. Hike the
base of Mt. Rushmore, one of America’s most inspiring symbols of democracy.
Activities include biking, hiking, swimming and rock climbing. Few attractions stir the emotions of visitors the way Mount Rushmore does. Since its completion in 1941, it has joined the Statue of Liberty and the Stars & Stripes as one of America's most inspiring symbols of democracy. Can you imagine a nose on a person that is 20 feet long?! On Mount Rushmore’s presidents’ six-story tall heads, their rather large noses appear quite normal. Discover the enormity of the Crazy Horse Memorial, its past and present controversies, and the mountain carving’s historic significance at the Native American Cultural Center. Visit a herd of the friendly wild begging burros in South Dakota’s first and largest state park, Custer State Park. Descend into the depths of Wind Cave, the first cave designated as a national park and home to approximately 95% of the world’s boxwork formation. Follow the route of the 1890 Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad on the Mickelson Trail, keeping an eye out for wild turkeys along the way. Follow the steps of famous historic figures such as Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Jack McCall, and Seth Bullock in the Old West historic town of Deadwood. Come see all there is to do in the Mount Rushmore State!
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