This is a must. Lots of wildlife. Amazing views. We even saw deer right near us. My 13 year old spent plenty of time looking for quartz rocks everywhere on the ground.
About Custer State Park
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Such a nice driving area, very peaceful. Make sure you stop at the Visitor Center to find out where the buffalo have been sighted. Really worth it, we enjoyed the day.
Our visit to Custer State Park was a great experience! We hiked the loop trail (approx 4 miles) through the prairie and came upon many prairie dogs signaling our presence and buffalo, who wanted their share of the trail. We never felt threatened as long...More
This is a gorgeous state park. The variety of terrain is amazing as is the wild life. There are frequent pull over spots for pictures and short hikes. I was thrilled with the wildlife I saw and the weather was amazing. I experienced wonderfully balmy...More
Our first time in this area and we knew little about this wonderful 71,000 acre park. It has so much to see and do that you could spend days here. Entrance fee for a week is $20 per car. Some of the top things to...More
Start with the Kevin Costner narrated big screen movie. Very well done. Take the wildlife trail and stop at the visitors center to find out where the buffalo are currently. We saw 2 different herds of about 25 each. Up close and personal!! Prong horn...More
Start by driving the scenic route out of Keystone. It's a winding road through the mountains and many small tunnels. When you come back down into the valley, it felt to us that we had missed the park. In fact, it was farther up the...More
GORGEOUS park! We loved seeing all the buffalo! PLEASE be sure you don't approach them! You don't want these national parks having to put up fences because we can't follow simple rules. The park is gorgeous, with spots to stop off and take photos! It...More
Great drive through park! Able to stop anywhere, its the place with the views and animals! Bison will literally walk side by side your car and the donkeys will come right up to your window looking for snacks. Lots and lots to see! Well worth...More