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Bison Flats Drive (South Entrance)

Bison Flats Drive (South Entrance) Review

Entering the park from the south on U.S. 385 will take you past Gobbler Ridge and into the hills commonly found in the southern Black Hills region. After a couple of miles, the landscape gently levels onto the Bison Flats, one of the mixed-grass prairies on which the park prides itself. You might see a herd of grazing buffalo between here and the visitor center. You'll also catch panoramic views of the parklands, surrounding hills, and limestone bluffs.

Updated: 11-25-2013

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