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South Dakota United States #385 Highway Guide

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Welcome to the City of Custer, SD. - Junction of highway #16 & #89.
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.
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City of Custer, South Dakota
Junction of highway #16 & #89. West to Jewel Cave Monument, via #16. East to Crazy Horse Monument. East to Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, National Monument.
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Services at highway
Fuel, gas, diesel.
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Junction of highway #16 & #16a
East to city of Hermosa, via highway #16a. East to Sylvan Lake, via highway #89. NOTE highway # 16 overlaps highway #385 at this point north. For highway travel east via SD. #16a, See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - SD. # 16a - Black Hills National Forest - Custer State Park To City of Custer for driving directions.

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Access to The Black Hills, Forest, South Dakota Information Welcome Center
West side of highway
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Access to campgrounds
East side of highway.
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Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota Interpretative Site
Paved turnout, east side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving north. Looking at the Black Hills, South Dakota.
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Access to campgrounds
East side of highway.
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Echo Valley Road
Access to campground, east side of highway.
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Avenue of the Chiefs - Access to Crazy Horse Monument South Dakota
East of highway 1 mile. Note, side trip taken to Crazy Horse Monument, SD. THIS IS A MUST SEE, although it will take years to complete this masive project, this is a spectacular site to visit. The museum has excellant displays of original native costumes and are very well displayed. There is no government funding and it is said there will not be, as the site is managed by the tribes of the Black Hills and was originated by them.
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Crazy Horse Monument, South Dakota
Looking at a 1/300 scale model for the Crazy Horse Mountain Carving, notice the actual mountain carving at the head of the horse.
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Crazy Horse Monument, South Dakota
A native woman explaining a native dance which are preformed at the site at various times throughout the day.
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Crazy Horse Monument, South Dakota
One of the many museum display areas.
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Crazy Horse Monument, South Dakota
Looking at the entrance way to the Crazy Horse Monument buildings.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Access to R V Park, Campgrounds
East side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services, east side of highway.
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Pennington County, South Dakota
Southern county line.
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Access to The Black Hills National Forest, SD. Oreville Campground
East side of highway. Oreville campground has 26 sites, has drinking water. Elevation 5300 feet.
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services, east side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services,west side of highway
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Junction of highway # 87
East to Custer State Park SD.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Junction of highway # 244
East to Mount Rushmore National Monument, South Dakota.
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Access to Lodging
Both sides of highway.
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View from highway - Photo welcome to Hill City, SD. highway sign
Welcome to Hill City, SD. southern limits.
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View from highway
Looking at a tepi encampment.
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Services at highway
Gas, diesel.
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Junction of highway # 385 Truck Route

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View from highway
Looking at downtown Hill City, South Dakota.
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Services at highway
Fuel, gas, diesel.
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Access to Black Hills, South Dakota National Forest Information Center
West side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
East side of highway.
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Access to Bed and Breakfast
East side of highway.
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Access to R V Park, Campgrounds
East side of highway
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Junction of highway # 16
East to communities of Rapid City, South Dakota - Box Elder, South Dakota. NOTE Overlap of highway # 16 ends at this point and heads east.
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Access to campgrounds
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Notice the wild Turkey cossing the road.
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Access to Sheridan Lake, SD. National Forest Recreation Area

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View from highway
Looking at Lake Sheridan, South Dakota.
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Roadside turnout with historical marker - Photo taken from roadside turnout
Access to toilets, no picnic tables, east side of highway. The first gold seekers here got $2.00 in gold on the first gold pan. The community of Sheridan located 1/2 mile N.E. now 30 feet under water was named for General Philip Sheridan & founded in 1875 on the Cheyenne - Deadwood Trail.
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Roadside turnout with historical marker - Photo taken from roadside turnout
Looking at Sheridan Lake, South Dakota.
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Black Hills National Forest Sheridan Lake Recreation Area
Paved roadside turnout picnic area, east side of highway. Picnic tables
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Roadside turnout with historical marker
West side of highway
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View from highway
Driving north
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services, west side of highway
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services, east side of highway
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View from highway
Driving north
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Access to Pactola Lake, South Dakota Recreation Area,
West of highway 1 mile.
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Roadside turnout
Large paved turnout, no services, east side of highway.
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Access to Brush Creek National Forest Hiking Trail
East of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Paved no services, west side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with view area
Paved no services, west side of highway.
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Custer Gulch Road
Access to Pactola Black Hills National Forest Recreation Area. West side of highway.
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Roadside turnout with scenic view area - Photo from view area, looking at Pactola Lake, SD.
Paved no services, west side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Roadside turnout Rest Area with scenic view point
West side of highway.
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Access to Pactola Black Hills National Forest Recreation Area
Access to public boat launch area, west side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 44 ( THe Rim Rock Scenic Highway )
East to Rapid City, South Dakota.
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Access to community of Silver City, South Dakota
West of highway 5 miles. Access to Black Hills National Forest Deer Creek Hiking Trails.
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Junction of National Parks Roadway # 208
Access to community of Nemo, South Dakota.
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Lawrence County, South Dakota
Southern limits.
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Junction of National Parks Roadway # 237
Access to community of Rochford, South Dakota west of highway
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Access to campgrounds
East side of highway.
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Access to Black Hills National Forest Rou Baix Recreation Area
West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing North Box Elder Creek, South Dakota.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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Services at highway
Fuel, west side of highway. Access to the community of Nemo, South Dakota - east of highway.
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Hideaway Road
Access to B & B
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Access to campground
West of highway
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Access to campground
East side of highway.
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Access to the community of Galina, South Dakota

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View from highway
Driving north.
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Access to Black Hills National Forest Strawberry Picnic Area
West of highway
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Truck brake check area
North side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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View from highway
Driving north.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Southern limits. Welcome to Deadwood, SD. Imagine an entire city on the National Historic Register. What you'll see in Deadwood today is a careful, accurate restoration of a historically significant city. Deadwood's extensive Victorian architecture is unique to the West. While the gold rush of 1876 brought the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, it also provided the wealth to construct a thriving commercial center in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
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Junction of highway # 85
West to the city of Lead, South Dakota
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Deadwood's downtown business area. Deadwood, South Dakota was established in 1876 during the Black Hills gold rush. In 1875. Attractions in and around Deadwood, SD; Broken Boot Gold Mine - David Young's Bronze Sculpture Gallery - Days of '76 Museum - Deadwood's Adams Museum - Gulches of Fun Resort - Historic Adams House - Mount Moriah Cemetery - Nelson's Garage Car Museum - Old Style Saloon #10 - Tatanka: Story of the Bison - Trial of Jack McCall.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Deadwood's court house and Adams Museum.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Wild Bill Hickok's gravesite at Boothill cemetary.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Clamity Jane's gravesite at Boot Hill Cemetery.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Photo taken from Boot Hill Cemetery overlooking Deadwood.
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City of Deadwood, South Dakota
Photo of a gunfighter on Main Street. Gun fights are staged throughout the day on the main part of downtown Deadwood.
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - e
Access to U.S. highway #14a - east to Sturgis, South Dakota. - For highway travel east via U.S. Highway # 14a - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide U.S. #14a - City of Deadwood, SD. to Sturgis, SD. for driving directions