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Took the grandkids to this attraction because I remember visiting it as a child. Not much has changed but the displays were just as impressive as years past. Grandkids had a great time and that's what matters the most.
I made my husband stop as I have always loved rocks especially petrified. Small charge to go in. Almost all is outside but we had lovely weather. They had a great variety of logs and trees. They do have a great exhibit in side and...More
Pretty cool little roadside attraction. Impressive mineral collection, and large educational petrified wood exhibit outside. The admission price and prices in the gift shop are reasonable and there was plenty to impress and educate a wide range of ages.
There's a lot of interesting stuff to see if you are interested in fossils and different types of stones and gems. There's a lot of history there about the black hills and the bad lands. It's a privately owned exhibit the prices for buying the...More
Dropped by this attraction while staying overnight in Kadoka. It's just off interstate, so it's very easy to find. The outdoor portion has a large variety of large petrified wood. There is also an area where you can buy rough rock at a reasonable price....More
You can see great examples of petrifies trees that were collected from various locations in Badlands. The place is very well organized with copious explanations that would allow you to have your own time to find out. They also have a museum part where you...More
This is a unique Outdoor park with Petrified Trees and logs.
In the museum you will find prehistoric Badlands fossils.
Its a welcome stop on the long road trip.
Detour off1-90 at the 152 and you can come back on at the 150.
The one in South Dakota contains samples that have been collected from the area and moved to be displayed within the walls of the privately owned Gardens. They are nice to see, but there probably isn't anything there that... More
The one in South Dakota contains samples that have been collected from the area and moved to be displayed within the walls of the privately owned Gardens. They are nice to see, but there probably isn't anything there that you have already seen at the other park. Inside there are some very nice items for sale if you are interested in buying a souvenir of your stay in the area.