South Dakota Nature September 12, 2017
The Breathtaking Park In South Dakota Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam
There’s nothing like watching wild horses run free across the plains. There’s a wild horse sanctuary in South Dakota where you can do just that. Take a look!
If you love horses, you need to visit the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary near Hot Springs.
The sanctuary covers 11,000 acres and is home to over 600 wild mustangs.
The sanctuary offers several different tours, including guided tours and bus tours.
Visit the sanctuary's
for information about visiting.
You can also book a photography tour to get up close and personal with the horses for a photo shoot.
When you view these horses, you'll forget that it's 2017, and feel as though you've stepped right back into the Wild West.
The sanctuary is a non-profit that depends on donations and sponsorships to help these majestic creatures.
89% of the proceeds from the gift shop go directly to the care of the wild horses at the sanctuary. Shop onsite, or
Visit year-round for the most unique South Dakota experience you'll ever have.
You'll love this place so much that you'll never want to leave. Stay overnight for a really special experience.
The Prairie House is a historic homestead with a queen-sized bed, full kitchen and other modern conveniences.
The experience includes a two-night stay and three hour cross-country tour.
You'll find the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary on Highway 71, 12 miles south of Hot Springs.
Have you visited the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary? We’d love to hear about your experience there!
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