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Deadwood and Sturgis Nightlife Tour
"Take a luxurious limousine out for an evening visit to the home of old west historic Deadwood. Followed by dinner and shopping in the town synonymous with the motorcycling capital of the world Sturgis South Dakota.Your private tour starts with a luxury limousine picking you up at 4:00pm in Rapid City where you will immediately start your scenic drive to the historic city of Deadwood. Upon arrival in Deadwood you will visit the Days of bars unique shops and sweets stores. At 8:30pm your private tour will head to the famed city of Sturgis which is home of the world's largest biker event held every August and attended by bike enthusiasts from all over the world. Your first stop will be the Knuckle Saloon and Brewery for dinner and afterwards you will have the opportunity to stroll through
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Mount Rushmore Flight and Ground Tour
"This 1-day adventure takes you round trip from the Salt Lake City area to Rapid City South Dakota to see the Mount Rushmore National Monument. Upon landing your personal tour guide will take you to see the sculpted faces of Presidents Washington Jefferson Teddy Roosevelt and Lincoln up close. This tour includes a meal as well as the option to have a personal photographer record the day's adventure for you so you can enjoy a full sightseeing experience! After a full day
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Black Hills Monument Tour
"This tour gives you the option to be picked up at your home or hotel and depart Rapid City at 9:00am. While in transit you will have the option to watch an informative video about the Black Hills and all the great sites you don't want to miss. These luxury limousines are always stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks.You will arrive in Keystone at approximat the tour will depart for the Black Hills which is home to the world famous Mt. Rushmore our nation's ""Shrine of Democracy"". Your guide will give you a brief history of the mountain carving and set you on your way to explore the monument's museum gift shop and sweets parlor
From $150.00

More Things to Do in Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park

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Painted Canyon View

Some call this a rest stop on the interstate, but the view of the Painted Canyon from here is spectacular. It is a short walk easily handled - my knees are trashed and it was doable. Photographers:...
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See where Roosevelt was forged

This is a fascinating place because it brings insight into who was Teddy Roosevelt and how was his life forged. The Rangers give an excellent hour tour of the Cabin where Teddy lived and worked and...
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Roosevelt Nat'l Park's Wild Horses

Roosevelt National Park has wild horses that can occasionally be seen along the roads. The park attempts to keep 70 to 110 to show visitors the historical character of the land when Roosevelt lived...
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NU: Oxbow Bend Overlook

At one point the Little Missouri River located here flowed north. Broad and gentle warping of the terrain sometime before the Ice Age caused the rivers east of here to erode more quickly than the...
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NU: Glaciers Edge

Here you can see some scattered boulders called “erratics” because they are out of place. These boulders were ripped from layers of bedrock 400 miles north in Canada and brought here by a great...
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NU: Grasslands

Grasslands like this have historically attracted man and cattle. A vast grassland like this caused cattlemen to bring herds of cattle to the badlands. Overgrazing damaged these grasslands and brought...
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NU: Bentonitic Clay

The blue-black gravelly soil you see here is Bentonitic Clay formed from the Bentonite from the ash of ancient volcanic eruptions. Bentonitic Clay flows when wet. These deposits can be traced for...
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NU: Caprocks

Another interesting geological feature in the badlands is a phenomena called caprocks. Caprocks occur when the softer material around a hard flat rock formation erodes away leaving a rock that looks...
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NU: Long X Cattle Trail

This is a part of the Long X Cattle Trail. The trail started in Texas then went by the area where the current town of New England is, west of Dickinson and the Killdeer Mountains. It then crossed the...
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NU: Cannonball Concretions

These round rocks are called Cannonball Concretions and were formed when minerals in the groundwater cemented sand grains together. Erosion later exposed the round rocks as the surrounding soft...
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NU: Slump Block Formations

This terrain consists of a series of slump blocks, that is huge sections of bluff that slid intact to the valley floor. This is not uncommon in the badlands where the steep cliffs cannot support the...
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NU: Longhorns

In 1884, after most of the bison living in the badlands were killed off 4000 head of longhorn cattle were driven to the badlands from Texas. The tough cattle made the walk from Texas fine and several...
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NU: Visitors Center

Your first stop at the North Unit will be the Visitors Center. Here you will pay your entrance fee if you did not pay at the entrance station, and you can obtain brochures and other information to...
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SU: Badlands

Formation of the North Dakota Badlands began about 60 million years ago. Stream carried sediment and debris away from the recently formed Rocky Mountains, depositing them in this vast plain. During...
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"The Little Known Theodore Roosevelt National Park"
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"The badlands of North Dakota"
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"Off the beaten track - and all the better for it!"
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