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The Garage - Rapid City Rapid City, United States

   

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About Rapid City

Home to the almost extinct black-footed ferret, Rapid City was named after the Rapid Creek on which it sits. This is where you will find the Wind Cave National Park, yes, where the ferrets play. The cave is one of the world's longest and most complex maze of caves to be found in the world, known for its box work formations. Originally 20 bison were relocated to the park in 1913 and now the descendants of that original herd freely roam. Rapid City sits on the eastern slope of the Black Hills Mountain range and is known as the "Gateway to the Black Hills" where you can experience the awe of Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Memorial. Custer State Park, the Badlands National Park and the historical old west town of Deadwood are close by.

You can meander around the Air and Space Museum or the Museum of Geology in the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology's grounds. If you are into cold-blooded creatures, then you should head to the Reptile Gardens and its plethora of dragons, amphibians, lizards and snakes. Maybe letting the inner child out is more on your agenda, so head to Storybook Island across a stone bridge complete with castle turrets. There is a quirky church in the hills adorned with Norse dragonheads and Christian symbols that has to be seen, to be believed. For the museum buff there is the Journey Museum showing the history of the Black Hills area from 2.5 billion years ago. For those that like to view some wildlife from a safe distance, you can go to Bear Country, which is a drive-through wildlife park where the wolves, mountain lions, elk, bears and deer like to hang out to inspect the tourists passing by.

If none of the above appeals, then feed your tummy at the Flying T Chuckwagon where your dinner will appear on tin plates to the tune of bluegrass music.

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