United States South Dakota

Wind Cave National Park

A stunning underground marvel with unique formations in South Dakota, offering refuge to diverse wildlife and preserving rich natural history.

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The Wind Cave National Park holds the honor of being the first ever cave to gain national park status anywhere on the globe. It’s another of the American reserves dedicated by keen naturalist Teddy Roosevelt, which means it got its tags way back in 1903. The focal point? How about one of the longest and densest underground systems going? A whopping 150 miles of tunnels and chambers exist here beneath the rolling South Dakotan prairie.

jrfrancis 2 years ago

Traverse through rolling hills of green prairies that are home to unique and friendly biodiversity. Wind Cave National Park is famous for honeycomb-like carved cave walls, wooded areas, and prairies where bison roam.

seeker 2 years ago

Hiking, caving, birding

lwithrow 3 years ago

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