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Another biking outing during Bike Week. Beautiful park and a great ride on a motorcycle. The animals are just roaming around in the open. Saw so many bison and we actually had to stop while a herd crossed the road! Went to the visitor center...More
we drove Needles Highway after leaving Mount Rushmore. It was overcast and a little rainy so there wasn't a lot of traffic allowing us to stop and enjoy the spectacular views. You drive through tunnels that have more than enough room for a car or...More
Friends had told us to go to custard State Park and we’re glad we did. The needles highway was an easy drive winding through the countryside. I expected it to have a long line of cars but that was not the case there is plenty...More
We went during the Sturgis Rally and was great to see all the bikes. Plenty of stops along the way to have a snack if you've packed one. You wont see much wild life at times because of the windy roads but the views are...More
We visited the first week of November and were disappointed to find that the Highway was closed for the season. We had been checking with the nearby parks and no one mentioned any of this. When we called, we were told that "DoT" had made...More
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I'm not sure it it's open year round. I suppose it depends of snow amounts. It's $20 to enter Custer Park but if you are over 62 you can get a senior pass for all National parks for $10 and get in free with that. That pass... More
I'm not sure it it's open year round. I suppose it depends of snow amounts. It's $20 to enter Custer Park but if you are over 62 you can get a senior pass for all National parks for $10 and get in free with that. That pass got us into Mt. Rushmore, Zion, Bryce, Custer and Yellowstone for free!