Wind Cave National Park Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Wind Cave National Park - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Adams Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Between the massive stone-block post office and the old railroad depot there are three floors of displays, including the region's first...

Bear Country U.S.A

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Encounter black bear, elk, sheep, and wolves at this drive-through wildlife park, which has been entertaining guests for more than 40...

Beautiful Rushmore Cave

  • Cave

Stalagmites, stalactites, flowstone, ribbons, columns, helictites, and the "Big Room" are all part of the worthwhile tour into this cave.

Big Thunder Gold Mine

  • Mine

Take a guided tour through an underground gold mine, get some free gold ore samples, explore the mining museum, and do a little gold...

Bison Flats Drive (South Entrance)

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

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...

Black Hills Caverns

  • Cave

Amethysts, logomites, calcite crystals, and other specimens fill this cave, first discovered by gold-seekers in 1882. Half-hour and hour...

Black Hills National Forest

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Hundreds of miles of hiking, mountain-biking, and horseback-riding trails crisscross this million-acre forest on the state's western...

Black Hills Petrified Forest

  • Geological Site

An audiovisual presentation and a self-guided nature walk teach you about the geologic evolution of western South Dakota. Allow about...

Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

More than 600 wild mustangs inhabit this 11,000-acre preserve of rugged canyons, forests, and grasslands along the Cheyenne River. Take...

Broken Boot Gold Mine

  • Mine

You can pan for gold, and even if you don't find any you'll leave with a souvenir stock certificate. ...

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