Parks, Monuments & Memorials

Badlands National Park

The Badlands National Park, or "mako sica" as it is known to the Lakota people, is a place of mystery, spirituality and... Read More
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Bear Butte State Park

Mato Paha or "Bear Mountain" is the Lakota name given to this site. Separated from the rest of the Black Hills by... Read More
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Canyon Lake Park

Canyon Lake Park is one of the oldest city parks in Rapid City. The park totals 29 acres and features several picnic... Read More
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Chuck Lien Family Park | Hanson-Larsen Memorial Park

The privately owned Hanson-Larsen Memorial Park features over 20 miles of hiking, mountain biking and running trails open to the public! Read More
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Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial is the world's largest sculpture-in-progress, and frequent drilling and mountain blasts make each visit unique. When completed, Crazy Horse... Read More
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Custer State Park

Custer State Park, located near Custer South Dakota, isn't just home to one of the largest free roaming buffalo herds; it's so... Read More
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Devils Tower National Monument

Devil's Tower National Monument, located near Sundance, Wyoming, is a most improbable geological rock formation, sticking up a thousand feet in the... Read More
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Formal Gardens

Rapid City has three formal garden settings: Halley Park, Sioux Park and Canyon Lake Drive. Read More
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Founders Park

Founders Park is approximately 60 acres; most of the open space was acquired after the 1972 Flood. The parking lot is used... Read More
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Jewel Cave National Monument

Jewel Cave National Monument, located near Custer, South Dakota, is the third-longest cave in the world with over 100 miles of charted... Read More
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