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HELP!! Black hills week long Itinerary

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HELP!! Black hills week long Itinerary

I need some major help planning this trip, there is just so much to see!!

I have 2 kids 6 and 10. We are driving from Minnesota

We are staying in Custer July 12-20

Things we want to see

Mt. Rushmore

Custer state park

Jewel and wind caves

Needles hwy

Crazy horse

wildlife loop

praire dog village

1880 train

badlands

wall drug

spearfish

devils tower

hotsprings

wall drug

visit deadwood

I would love your help and suggestions

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1. Re: HELP!! Black hills week long Itinerary

These activities group well together:

One day for the Badlands/Wall Drug

One day for Spearfish Canyon, Devil's Tower and Deadwood

One day for Jewel Cave, Needles Hwy, Sylvan Lake, Crazy Horse

One day for Wildlife Loop, Iron Mountain Rd, and Rushmore

One day for Hot Springs and Wind Cave (You should be looking at the Mammoth Site and/or Wild Horse Sanctuary here

One day for 1800 Train and other attractions you would like to see, possibly in Rapid CIty

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