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342 Mount Rushmore Road, Custer, SD, US, 57730

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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Flintstones Bedrock City Park and Campground

    America's favorite Stone Age family comes to life at this fun park/family campground. Kids can play in Flintstone-themed buildings and parks, tour Fred's Bedrock City, ride the Flintmobile, view Mount Rockmore, dine on Brontoburgers and watch the Flintstone Trio Show. The campground overlooks the park. The full-service facility allows you to pitch a tent or park a luxury RV. Showers, laundry facilities, a heated swimming pool and camping cabins are also available. Park admission is $6 per person; children 5 and younger are free. Camping fees vary.

    422 West Mount Rushmore Road
    Custer, SD 57730

    »Mount Rushmore National Monument

    This instantly recognizable mountain carving by sculptor Gutzon Borglum is one of the nation's most-beloved treasures. The 60-foot-tall faces of four of America's greatest presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln, look down from their 500-foot mountaintop above the beautiful forests of the Black Hills. The Avenue of Flags, a concession building, sculptor's studio and Grandview Terrace, sets the stage for quality viewing. Admission is free, but there is an $8 parking fee. Check website for varying open hours.

    13000 Highway 244
    Keystone, SD 57751

    »Jewel Cave

    Known as the third-longest cave in the world, Jewel Cave has more than 122 miles of passages lined with glittering calcite crystals. Visitors can choose from three tours: the Scenic Tour ($8 per person) is a moderately strenuous, one-hour trek on a paved and lighted trail; the Historic Tour ($8) is a two-hour, strenuous trip through the cave lit only by candle lanterns; and, the Spelunking Tour is an extremely strenuous, four-hour exploration of an undeveloped portion of the cave. Check website for varying open hours.

    11149 U.S. Highway 16
    Custer, SD 57730

    »Wind Cave National Park

    Primly situated in South Dakota, the Wild Cave National Park is a historical park site. It is actually a cave, namely the Wind Cave that was given the status of a national park. Touted to be one of the longest cave system around the globe, it is certainly worth a visit. You can avail the cave tours or simply check-out the displays at the on-site visitors center. For details, check website.

    26611 US Highway 385
    Hot Springs, SD 57747

    »Black Hills

    Black Hills National Forest is spread over 1.25 million acres (505,857 hectares) and is located in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. Trees like Ponderosa Pine, Aspen, Bur Oak, and Birch can be found here. Along with trees a lot of animals like elk, mule, deer, pronghorn and white-tailed deer can be seen here. There are more than 200 varieties of native and migratory birds. There are no vehicles permitted inside the forest and it is only accessible by foot.

    Deerfield Road
    Custer, SD 57730
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