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Private Badlands Package/ Two Person Minimum
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Private Badlands Package/ Two Person Minimum

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This tour provides a unique glimpse into the beauty and all that the Badlands have to offer! Learn about the history of the area, and spend the day taking in the rare geology of the Badlands. <br><br>There is a two person minimum to book this tour.
$306.67 per adult
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cphannah wrote a review Oct 25
Franklin, Tennessee106 contributions17 helpful votes
We were so pleased with this detour from the Interstate. Yes, it costs $30 per car, but the views were worth it. Always glad to support our National Parks.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TravelDiva001 wrote a review Oct 19
Knoxville, Tennessee1,346 contributions209 helpful votes
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Driving through the Badlands along Loop Rd. gave me the feeling of being on a movie set of a film made on another planet. Majestic beauty around every corner and with every turn of my head! 🎶 I could see for miles and miles and miles and miles 🎶 We saw big horn sheep, prairie dogs, and possibly pronghorn sheep and deer. I highly recommend taking this drive. No service stations along the way, so bring your own water, snacks; fill your gas tank and empty your bladder before you start.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dave S wrote a review Oct 17
Omaha, Nebraska140 contributions63 helpful votes
We did the loop road in October and it snowed all day. We were still able to stop at all of the overlooks but the wind was very cold. Unfortunately, the melting snow made the trails too muddy to walk. It does not take too much precipitation to erode these formations. Unfortunately, there were people not observing the rules by going off the trails and climbing on formations. We started at the east entrance and took the loop road to Wall where we were staying the night.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jim B wrote a review Oct 16
100 contributions25 helpful votes
Good way of seeing all the Badlands and some wildlife without leaving the car. Road gets you up close and personal with the Badlands. While on the loop road we saw several bighorn sheep, antelope, and bison right next to the edge of the road.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Fondue4two wrote a review Oct 12
Madison, Wisconsin1,117 contributions349 helpful votes
We've been to almost all of the major national parks and this place ranks right up there. We spent the whole day here doing many great hikes, most short but interesting. The best was the Notch trail since it had gimmicks like a ladder. We saw Big Horn Sheep right after we entered the park it's as if they have been arranged to welcome us tourists. The ranger in the visitor center was helpful and pointed us to the best area to see bison. I suggest you go early in the day to avoid crowds, increase the chance of seeing wildlife, and the lighting is better for photography.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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