National Parks & Monuments

Crazy Horse Memorial Crazy Horse Memorial is the world’s largest mountain carving in progress, honoring all Native American tribes.
Custer State Park Custer State Park one of the largest state parks in the country with over 71,000 acres of adventure, scenery and wildlife.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial At least once in your lifetime you should stand at the foot of Mount Rushmore National Memorial, our nation’s Shrine of Democracy.
Black Hills National Forest The Black Hills National Forest is 1.2 million acres of forest, mountains and rolling prairies. 
Jewel Cave National Monument Jewel Cave National Monument is the world’s third longest cave and just minutes from Custer.
Iron Mountain Road was called the impossible roadway.
 
Wind Cave National Park Wind Cave National Park is one of the oldest parks in the country. This deep underground cave is a true natural wonder.
Badlands National Park With its moon-like surfaces, Badlands National Park offers unique scenery, shrouded in mystery and ancient history.
Devils Tower The nation’s first national monument is just a few hours from Custer and the Black Hills of South Dakota.

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