Badlands National Park


Badlands National Park SD

Millions of years of wind, water and erosion have created the chiseled spires, deep canyons and jagged buttes of Badlands National Park. 

Big Spring Scenic Backway



Byway Basics
The Big Spring Scenic Backway is a 68-mile route from Kemmerer to Cokeville in Wyoming’s southwestern Lincoln County. The Backway is crisscrossed by historic emigrant trails, parallels willowed river valleys, and plunges deep into the Tunp Mountain Range in the Bridger National Forest. Traveler services are available in Kemmerer, Cokeville, and Diamondville. Good tires are highly recommended when traveling this Backway. The Forest Service also recommends only high clearance vehicles westward from Kelley Guard Station. 

Bismarck-Mandan CVB


Bismarck-Mandan Convention and Visitors Bureau
Bismarck, ND

Visitors to Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota, are encouraged to Pack Higher Expectations – and when you’re here, you’ll understand why.

Black Hills Scenic Byway



As Wyoming’s gateway to the Black Hills, the entire area is rich with historic and cultural sites along with scenic natural vistas, archeological interests, and recreational outlets. The proposed 78 mile Wyoming Black Hills Scenic Byway embodies each of the six nominating categories: history, culture, scenic, natural, recreation, and archeology.

Cody, WY


Buffalo Bill's Cody/Yellowstone Country
836 Sheridan Ave
82414 Cody, WY

A Glimpse of the Real West
If you’re searching for the real American West, look no further than Cody, Wyoming. This city was founded in 1896 by that most authentic representative of the Old West, Colonel William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody.

Dakota Dinosaur Museum


Dakota Dinosaur Museum ND

The Dakota Dinosaur Museum features 12 full-scale dinosaur skeletons, including real skeletons excavated from the area, one of the world’s finest real Triceratops skulls, skeletal casts and sculptures, and an outstanding mineral collection from locations all over the world. - See more at:

Fossil Butte National Monument


Fossil Butte National Monument WY

Wyoming’s newest national monument, Fossil Butte, was established on October 23, 1972. It is administered and protected by the National Park Service.

Green River, WY


Green River WY

Green River was one of the few towns along the Union Pacific that existed before the railroad arrived. The Green River, which flows nearby, served as a waterway for the "tie hacks" that cut timber in the mountains, floated the logs down, then shaped them into rail ties at the town of Green River. When the railroad finally arrived, there was a city of 2,000 and an Overland Stage crossing a couple of miles downstream.

Hot Springs, SD


Hot Springs, South Dakota
801 S 6th Street
57757 Hot Springs, SD

Welcome to the town of warm waters and friendly smiles. Our beautiful town nestled in the Southern Black Hills of South Dakota is home to soothing natural springs, great year-round weather, fantastic outdoor activities, scenic beauty, world-class golfing, beautiful sandstone architecture, and always, the most inviting... Friendly People.

Journey Museum


Journey Museum
Address 222 New York St
57701 Rapid City, SD

Take a journey through time at this unique museum with many interactive displays, including geology, dinosaurs, Lakota culture and pioneer history of the Black Hills.