Discover the best of both Dakotas where legendary characters, extraordinary national parks and western wildlife greet you at every turn. West Dakota is the home of legendary characters of the wild west. Wild Bill Hickock, Calamity Jane, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, Lewis & Clark, Sacagawea, and of course, Theodore Roosevelt, who claimed he would have never become president if it weren’t for the time spent in his beloved badlands of Dakota (it was still a unified territory when he lived here).
“West Dakota” is home to Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse mountain carvings, Custer State Park, Fort Mandan (the replica of Lewis & Clark’s wintering stop in 1804-5), Badlands National Park, Akta Lakota Museum, North Dakota Heritage Center, the Journey Museum, the Little Missouri River country of Teddy Roosevelt, historic Deadwood and much more! This wild west adventure offers activities like a jeep ride to see buffalo in the wild, enjoy a pitchfork fondue (yes, they actually skewer beefsteak on a pitchfork and plunge it into a vat of boiling oil), take in a performance of the renowned Medora Musical, enjoy a relaxing Missouri Riverboat dinner cruise, and observe land which is little changed since Lewis & Clark sailed by over two hundred years ago.
Begins and ends in Rapid City, SD.
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