This area has many beautiful landscapes, from canyons to prairies, with a variety of wildlife to see also.
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About Black Hills National Forest
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Truly a national treasure! From lush forests to gigantic granite boulders, lakes, hiking trails, grasslands with buffalo, prairie dogs, antelope, fishing, etc., etc. A playground for anyone of any age. Definitely worth 2-3 days, even if you're not a huge outdoor enthusiast, more if you...More
This was our first time really spending quality time in the Black Hills. We will return again for sure!! The Black Hills National Forest offers a very diverse amount of scenes. Prairie, forest, and rock all meet here to form a very interesting spot on...More
Spend the day driving the Black Hills area along the Peter Norbeck National Scenic Byway and you won't be disappointed! We drove Needles Highway, Custer State Park Wildlife Loop and Iron Mountain Road over to Mt. Rushmore. Along the way you see incredible views from...More
We stayed int the Black Hills for several nights and wish we could have stayed more. so much to see and do in this area. Don't cut yourself short if you travel to this area. Add two or three extra days if going.
We didn't take a tours, just traveled by SUV and saw every possible animal to be seen in the area. Park well kept and kept to a wilderness status, which makes the animals free to roam wherever.
We drove three of the scenic loops in the forest. Each one has different vistas and and features. The Iron Mountain Road has pigtails and tunnels in the roads and wooded mountains. The Needles Highway has tight tunnels through the mountains and dramatic rock formations....More