Badlands National Park, a rich fossil bed with a breathtaking and unique landscape. Located east of the Black Hills near Wall, SD.
Devils Tower National Monument, the nation's first national monument and a sacred site for Native Americans. Located north of the Black Hills near Sundance, WY.
Jewel Cave National Monument, the second longest cave in the world and rich with calcite crystals. Located in the southern Black Hills near Custer, SD.
Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument, the location of General Custer's last stand. Located west of the Black Hills in Montana.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the famous mountaing carving of four American presidents. Located in the heart of the Black Hills near Keystone, SD.
Wind Cave National Park, known for its unique boxwork and honeycomb-like formations. The park's prairie is also home to native wildlife, such as bison, elk, and prairie dogs. Located in the southern Black Hills near Hot Springs, SD.