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South Dakota United States #385 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Hot Springs, South Dakota
Tribal tradition states that as long ago as the 16th century, the Fall River Valley & canyon area were seldom without groups of Tetis belonging to North American Plains Tribes. They knew the curative value of the warm springs located there and used them for bathing their sick & lame. Exploration of the area in 1874- 1875 led to the discovery of 75 geothermal springs.
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View from highway
Hot Springs, South Dakota downtown business area
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Junction of county roadway # 18
West of highway.
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10.1
Custer County, South Dakota
Southern county line.
7.0
11.2
View from highway
Driving north.
9.5
15.3
Roadside turnout with historical marker
East side of highway.
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15.5
Roadside turnout
Paved turnout, east side of highway.
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15.5
Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park,
Southern boundary.
10.1
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View from highway - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
Driving north
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Roadside turnout with historical marker - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
Wind Cave National Park, established in 1903. This National Parrk was the first to protect a cave system. Wind Cave, one of the longest caves in the world, is known for its complex maze of passages & a cave formation called boxwork.
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Roadside turnout with historic information sign - Photo fronm turnout
Return of the Bison. Fourteen Bison were released in this park in 1913, representing on of the earliest attemps to restore herds on public lands. Today, about 350 bison inhabit the park
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17.8
Roadside turnout with information sign - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with information sign - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
East side of highway.
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Access to Wind Caves - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
Access to campground, west side of highway
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Visitor Information Center - Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
West side of highway.
14.5
23.3
View from highway
Wind Cave, South Dakota National Park
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Wind Cave National Park Visitor Information Center Headquarters
West side of highway.
15.0
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Junction of highway # 87
East to Custer, South Dakota State Park.
15.5
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Roadside turnout
Paved turnout, east side of highway.
15.7
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Black Hills, South Dakota National Forest
Southern boundary.
16.0
25.8
Roadside turnout with information sign
Black Hills, South Dakota National Forest Interperative Site, west of highway.
17.0
27.4
Rifle Pitt Road
East side of highway.
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31.9
View from highway
Looking at the summer wildflowers of South Dakota.
19.9
32.1
Beaver Creek Road
East side of highway.
21.0
33.8
View from highway
Driving north.
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34.8
Community of Pringle, South Dakota
Junction of highway #89.
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49.2
Aviation Ave
Access to airport.
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City of Custer, South Dakota
Southern limits, elevation 5318 feet
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Junction of highway # 16 & # 89
West to Jewel Cave Monument. East to Crazy Horse Monument, east to Mount Rushmore National Monument.
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Welcome to the city of Custer, South Dakota
Attractions in and around Custer, South Dakota; Black Hills Balloons - Crazy Horse Memorial Avenue of the Chiefs - Custer County 1881 Courthouse Museum - D&B Productions - Flintstone's Bedrock City - Four Mile Old West Town - Jewel Cave National Monument - National Museum of Woodcarving. - Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide -e For continuance of highway # 385 north see Milebymile.com South Dakota, U.S. HIghway # 385, City of Custer, South Dakota to City of Deadwood, South Dakota, for driving directions.