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What to see in Nebraska & South Dakota

A collection of excellent websites that give information about some of the locations in Nebraska and South Dakota that everyone that has an interest in nature, history and expanding their knowledge of the world around them will want to review.

The following three locations are a must for everyone wanting to learn more about the evolution of life on Earth.

Click here for ASHFALL FOSSIL BEDS website (Nebraska).


The Wild Horse Sanctuary features hundreds of wild horses running free on thousands of acres of some of the most beautiful country around Hot Springs. There are several tours of the ranch daily.

Click here to go to the WILD HORSE SANCTUARY (near Hot Springs, South Dakota).

The Crazy Horse site located near Custer, South Dakota is excellent! It is much more than the mountain sculpture that is visible for miles. The Native American Education Center and museum is outstanding.

Click here to go to the CRAZY HORSE website (near Custer, South Dakota).

No trip to the Black Hills area of South Dakota would be complete without visiting Mount Rushmore.

Click here to go to the official MOUNT RUSHMORE website.

NOTE: This list of links is by no means complete. It only include some of the places Larry and Suzanne Miller found most interesting during their 2005 trip to Nebraska and South Dakota. Locations such as the excellent Omaha Zoo and Nebraska City are not given because they were not visited during the 2005 trip, but both are highly recommended. Also, there is no link to Beaver Crossing, NE because the small town does not have a website. However, camping in the towns small park and having breakfast as the guests of one of the towns residents was a highlight of the Miller's trip back to Wakarusa.