Traveling on South Dakota Highway 385 & 16
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
During the summer months South Dakota highway 385 & 16 attracts millions of visitors with their natural treasures offered amongst the towering Pondersoa Pines of the Black Hills. Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, plus the two greatest man-made monuments – Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorial – are just a few of the wonders of the world waiting for exploration. S.D. State Highway 385 actually starts at the Nebraska border with the first hint of the beautiful Ponderosa Pine laden Black Hills and winds up through the beautiful Black Hills through nine small towns teeming with old west history. This book starts with a Native American town on the Nebraska borders then winding up through the most beautiful scenery this side of the Rocky Mountains through gold rush built towns until finally reaching Deadwood and Lead. Today you can relive the excitement of those Gold Rush days through tours, museums, and staged enactments. The book provides the reader with a brief history of each town, colored pictures of present and past, and a brief guide to what is available to see and do. Remember, there is still gold in 'em thar Hills just waiting for the next prospector.
Interesting Fun Book for Traveling through the Black Hills
My family and I are planning a trip through western South Dakota this summer and found this book brings the towns in the Black Hills alive with town biographies and fun facts. We also were able to discover what else there was to see and do after we visit Mount Rushmore. For $2.99 I highly recommend this ebook.
- Level: Fifth Grade
- Category: United States
- Published: Jan 05, 2013
- Publisher: Marbett Enterprises, LLC
- Seller: Marbett Enterprises
- Print Length: 39 Pages
- Language: English