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List of National Parks in South Dakota
Wind Cave National Park
33,847 acres (52.886 sq mi; 13,697 ha)
Jan 9, 1903
Custer County, South Dakota, USA
Badlands National Park
242,756 acres (379.306 sq mi; 98,240 ha)
January 29, 1939 as a National Monument, November 10, 1978 as a National Park
Jackson, Pennington, and Oglala Lakota counties, South Dakota, U.S.
South Dakota National Parks
The Map of South Dakota National Parks provides an illustrious description of the several national parks, historical monuments and recreational centers of the state.
Some of the notable national parks of the state are Wind Cave National Park, Badlands National Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Jewel Cave National Monument, Missouri National Recreational River, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and Minuteman Missile National Historic Site. The Jewel Cave National Monument is 140.86 miles long. With respect to length, the cave ranks second in the world.
The Badlands National Park offers the tourists to experience wide variety of exotic wildlife. The Wind Cave National Park is the longest cave of the world. Rich wildlife, prairie grasslands, luxuriant pine forests and caves represent the Wind Cave National Park of South Dakota. The Missouri National Recreational River is known for its natural scenic beauty and is favorite boating site among the tourists.
The Minuteman Missile National Historic Site houses many weapons that were used during the Cold War era. The missile silo and underground launch control center are some of the main attractions of the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site. The exact location of the national parks is clearly pointed out in the South Dakota State Map.