Custer State Park (South Dakota, USA) Reviews
Description:Custer State Park, the second largest state park in America.
Newest Review: ... quite disappointed as we still didn't see any big horn sheep which are resident in the Black Hills and the Badands too. The mountain goats are not native but have done well since being introduced in 1924. They are usually only seen in the mountains so as we only drove the "Wildlife Loop Road" we didn't see these either. We were lucky and saw pronghorn and elk so we were pretty ... more
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Custer State Park, Black Hill, South Dakota PARK HISTORY Custer State Park is a whopping 71,000 acres within the Black Hills area and is named after the infamous General A. Custer who led a scientific expedition into the Black Hills in 1874. At this time gold was discovered which changed the course of history in the area not only for the local tribes but also for the wildlife. In 1913 the South Dakota legislature decided that a wildlife reserve should be created in the southern black Hills to allow the wildlife to become re-established. The park received their first bison from the Scotty Philip herd in Fort Pierre while Pronghorn, elk, ... Read the complete review
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