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Friday, October 29, 2010

Custer State Park Wildlife Loop

The Wildlife Loop at Custer State Park was pretty fun. Highlight of the drive? The friendly Burros.
The burros are the decendants of donkeys used by early prospectors in the Black Hills. A few escaped or were turned loose. Their decendants now wander up to cars bumming a handout.
Warning! If you don't want a donkey to stick his head in your car, roll up your window like these folks! The burros are VERY friendly and have been trained by countless tourists to hit people up for munchies.
The large herds of bison are fun too. We were lucky and a few herds walked all around are car and over the roadways.
Enjoy the drive!

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Time Needed: 2-3 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Kid Friendly: Yes
Additional Info: Costs $6/adult, or $15/carload.

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