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  • Custer State Park in South Dakota is home to 1,500 bison, one of the largest publicly held herds in the world, but some question the genetic purity of the animals.American bison-Wikipedia
  • Custer State Park holds an annual Buffalo Roundup, in which volunteers on horseback gather the park's herd of around 1,500 bison.South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • Those living near Mount Rushmore are descendants of a tribe that Canada gifted to Custer State Park in 1924, which later escaped.Mount Rushmore-Wikipedia
  • South Dakota State Parks and recreation areas range in size from the 19-acre Sandy Shore Recreation Area to the 71,000-acre Custer State Park.South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks-Wikipedia
  • As additional properties were added, St. Croix Recreational Demonstration Area grew to 30000 acre, only slightly smaller than the country's largest RDA at Custer State Park in South Dakota.Saint Croix State Park-Wikipedia
  • It is convenient to major tourist attractions, such as Jewel Cave National Monument, Wind Cave National Park, Custer State Park, and Mount Rushmore National Memorial.Custer, South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • He made Custer State Park his "summer White House."Calvin Coolidge-Wikipedia
  • With the establishment of Mount Rushmore in the 1940s, Custer State Park, and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the Black Hills became known as a tourist destination which Hill City benefited from.Hill City, South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • South Dakota State Parks and recreation areas range in size from the 19-acre Sandy Shore Recreation Area to the 71,000-acre Custer State Park.List of South Dakota state parks-Wikipedia
  • He also pushed for the development of Sylvan Lake, Needles Highway, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park, and the Game Sanctuary in the Black Hills.Peter Norbeck-Wikipedia
  • The Black Hills Run is a route favored by motorcycle riders, across the Black Hills from Deadwood to Custer State Park, South Dakota.Sturgis Motorcycle Rally-Wikipedia
  • The story takes place during the winter but was actually filmed during the scorching summer months in Custer State Park.The Last Hunt-Wikipedia
  • Feral donkeys in Custer State Park (US), have for many years been approaching cars passing through the park and begging for food.Begging in animals-Wikipedia
  • In 1925, he moved to a cabin in Custer State Park in the Black Hills of South Dakota, where he lived for thirty years and continued to write poetry.Charles Badger Clark-Wikipedia
  • The Peter Norbeck Summer House, in Custer State Park, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.Peter Norbeck-Wikipedia
  • This took place at the Badlands National Park and Custer State Park in South Dakota during the then-annual "thinning" of the buffalo herd.The Last Hunt-Wikipedia
  • The river flows in a generally eastward direction through Custer State Park and empties into the Cheyenne River near Red Shirt west of Badlands National Park.French Creek (Cheyenne River)-Wikipedia
  • From the trailhead at Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park, to the summit and back is about 7 mi.Black Elk Peak-Wikipedia
  • Ironmaster was filmed on location at Custer State Park in South Dakota with interiros shot at RPA-Elios Studios in Rome.Ironmaster (film)-Wikipedia
  • In the neighboring Black Hills are the tourist attractions of Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, the museum at the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, and to the east of the city is Badlands National Park.Rapid City, South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • The route enters Custer State Park 1 mi north of US 385.South Dakota Highway 87-Wikipedia
  • The region is home to Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Black Elk Peak, Custer State Park (the largest state park in South Dakota, and one of the largest in the US), Bear Butte State Park, Devils Tower National Monument, and the Crazy Horse Memorial.Black Hills-Wikipedia
  • The route then enters Pennington County, where it passes through the northern edge of Rapid City, gateway to the Black Hills and the nearest passing to Mount Rushmore National Memorial, as well as other scenic attractions including Custer State Park and the Needles Highway.Interstate 90 in South Dakota-Wikipedia
  • It has acted as a historical record for western South Dakota, covering major events like the 1972 Black Hills flood, the annual Buffalo Roundup and auction in Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Memorial's annual volksmarch, and the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.Rapid City Journal-Wikipedia
  • The highway travels through Wind Cave National Park and Custer State Park.South Dakota Highway 87-Wikipedia
  • The main trail route extends 108.8 mi, from Edgemont to Deadwood, with approximately nine miles of additional branch trails, including a three-mile (5 km) paved link from Custer to the Custer State Park completed in 2007.George S. Mickelson Trail-Wikipedia
  • The Southern Hills is home to Mount Rushmore, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Black Elk Peak (the highest point in the United States east of the Rockies, formerly and still more commonly known as Harney Peak), Custer State Park (the largest state park in South Dakota), the Crazy Horse Memorial, and the Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, the world's largest mammoth research facility.Black Hills-Wikipedia
  • The Needles of the Black Hills of South Dakota are a region of eroded granite pillars, towers, and spires within Custer State Park.Needles (Black Hills)-Wikipedia
  • The route passes through Keystone, South Dakota; Mount Rushmore National Memorial; The Norbeck Wildlife Management Area and Black Elk Wilderness within the Black Hills National Forest; and Custer State Park (including State Game Lodge and Legion Lake); before rejoining the parent highway.U.S. Route 16A-Wikipedia
  • Other large free-ranging, publicly controlled herds of bison in the United States include the Yellowstone Park bison herd (3,500 bison), the herd in Custer State Park, South Dakota (1,300 bison), the Henry Mountains bison herd in south-central Utah (300 to 500 animals), the herd at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota (350 bison), and the 400-strong National Bison Range Herd near Flathead Lake, Montana.Antelope Island bison herd-Wikipedia

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