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Wind-Cave-Nationalpark

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Jennifer
Jennifer
September 16, 2020
Guided tours please schedule on line. dress in layers it gets chilly
Megan
Megan
May 8, 2020
Deep beneath the vast expanse of the golden, windswept prairie in western South Dakota is the seventh-longest cave in the world and one of the most complex cave systems, a subterranean realm of maze-like passageways, water-carved rock formations and delicate mineral growths. Wind Cave has long been…
Former member
Former member
July 18, 2019
This is the U.S.'s 3rd longest cave behind Mammoth Cave (KY) and Jewel Cave (SD).
Alyson
Alyson
June 29, 2019
A CLOSE second place to Jewel Cave for best cave to see in the Black Hills
Amy
Amy
May 21, 2019
Tours fill up fast! Call ahead to reserve a spot or make sure you are there earrrrrly!

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“Awesome tour of the 3rd longest cave in the world! Call first to make sure they have an opening.”
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Store
“This is the largest active Mammoth site in the United States and a great treat for all the family. The introductory film is well done. Geologic specimens and panels before you even enter the enclosed site are very useful in understanding the Black Hills. Inside, you can walk through the site and the interior exhibits are also very informative. Did you know that there were two kinds of Mammoths in North America?”
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Museum
“The first weekend in June and the last weekend in September they offer a volksmarch up to the face of Crazy Horse. It’s an event not to miss. They light up the cravings most evenings in the summer. ”
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Hamburger-Stand
“Awesome burgers, as you would guess. There's usually a line, so give yourself some time. The rock shop next door is fun, too. ”
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Stables
“See hundreds of wild horses roam in their natural habitat. Explore early Pioneer & Native American history. Experience ancient petroglyphs and ceremonial sites. Visitor Center and picnic grounds. Located 14 miles south of Hot Springs off SD Hwy 71. Private and educational excursions to see Wild Horse herds available by appointment. Please call for reservation or book online. Open year round. ”
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Standort
26611 US Highway 385
Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747
Telefonnummer+1 605-745-4600
Websitenps.gov