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dewey1980

black hills then yellow stone

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We will be going to Black Hills and then on to Yellow Stone this summer. If anyone has any info/opinions I would love to hear it. Three familys are going and we all are pulling campers,staying at Custer 2 night then on to Yellow Stone East side and camping there 6 days.

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That route thru the Hills to Yellowstone is pretty popular. There is a ton of attractions in the Custer area. Mt Rushmore & Crazy Horse is just a few miles north on 385 and the roads are well marked to "the faces" from Crazy Horse. Hill City is a quaint little place featuring the 1880 Train ride that is really a nice attraction.

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If you have time a horse ride through the hills is very enjoyable and you get to see some real beautiful of the beaten path sites.

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we will be in the hills area for 2 days then on to yellow stone,love to do the horse thing thanks

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I would definitely stop in Keystone at the Saltwater Taffy shop. Excellent!

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