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Points of Interest BELLE FOURCHE Center of the Nation Monument – on U.S. Hwy. 85 north of SD Hwy. 34 and south of the Belle Fourche River and U.S. Hwy. 212. (605) 892-2676 Parrot Sanctuary – Non-profit sanctuary open to the public, housing many species not seen outside of zoos specializing in aviculture. (605) 892-2336 beresford Union Grove State Park – From junction of SR 46 & I-29, south 11 miles on I-29 to exit 38, then south two miles. Entrance fee required. Good paved interior roads. Pets on leashes only. Fourteen day maximum stay. Restrooms and showers, public phone, firewood and equestrian area. (605) 987-2263 custer Crazy Horse Memorial – Four miles north of Custer and ten miles south of Hill City on U.S. 16/385, represents the North American Indians of all tribes. (605) 673-4681 Custer County 1881 Courthouse Museum Harney Park – Eight miles northeast of Custer near junction SR’s 89 and 87, a 7,242 foot summit in the center of the Black Elk Wilderness, is the highest point in the Black Hills and affords a panorama of the countryside of four states. The peak can be reached by hiking trails from Sylvan Lake. (605) 673-9200 Jewel Cave National Monument deadwood Adams Museum and House – featuring changing exhibits, bookstore and gift shop. (605) 578-1714 (museum) or (605) 578-3724 (house) • www.adamsmuseumandhouse.org Broken Boot Gold Mine Mount Moriah Cemetery – Final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. (605) 722-0837 Tatanka: Story Of The Bison hill city 1880 Train

Hot springs Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary Evans Plunge Mammoth Site Pioneer History Museum Wind Cave National Park kadoka Badlands Petrified Gardens keystone 1880 Train Big Thunder Gold Mine - the Black Hills most complete original mining experience! Near Mt. Rushmore. (605) 666-4847 or (800) 314-3917 • www.bigthundermine.com Historic Keystone Walking Tour Holy Terror Mini Golf Keystone Historical Museum Mount Rushmore National Memorial National Presidential Wax Museum Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway Rushmore Borglum Story Rushmore Cave Rushmore Tramway & Alpine Slide LEMMON Grand River Museum – creation-based display of dinosaur fossils, cowboy & Indian displays, gift shop. Open May-September. (605) 374-3911 or (605) 374-7574 www.grandrivermuseum.org Petrified Wood Park & Museum murdo Authentic 1880 Town Rolling Prairie Golf Course pine ridge The Heritage Center Rapid city Bear Country U.S.A. Chapel in the Hills Dahl Arts Center Mount Rushmore Black Hills Gold Reptile Gardens Rotary Storybook Island South Dakota Air & Space Museum The Journey Museum spearfish D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery & Archives High Plains Western Heritage Center Matthews Opera House Spearfish Canyon – Spearfish Creek will be your constant companion as you travel this USFS national scenic byway. Roughlock Falls is a favorite stop and Bridal Veil Falls is beautiful. See where “Dances With Wolves” was filmed, only moments from Spearfish. Self-guided tour or a local guide can be arranged. Spirit of the Hills Wildlife Sanctuary Termesphere Gallery

1880 Train (courtesy Susan Lueck)

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sturgis Bear Butte State Park – 6 mi. NE of Sturgis on SR 34 & 79 consists of 1,935 acres. The park is at the northern most end of the 111 mile Centennial Trail, a hiking and riding trail winding through the Black Hills to Custer State Park. (605) 347-5240 Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame

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