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Black Hills National Forest

Listed under National Parks in South Dakota, United States.

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Black Hills National Forest spans across both South Dakota and Wyoming across over 1 million acres. It is managed by the Forest Service located in Custer, South Dakota.

Landscapes here include rock formations, canyons, gulches, grassland, streams and lake.

While in the park enjoy hiking, skiing, cross country and snowshoe trails. Some of the wildlife found here includes elk, coyote, sheep, goats, osprey, Bald eagles and more. The forest itself has no fee but other activities require a pass. Activities that need a pass or permit include fishing, camping, picnic and hunting.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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