The Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary spans 11,000 acres and is home to more than 500 wild horses including American Spanish Mustangs, Sulphur and Kiger Mustangs, as well as herds from State Governments, Bureau of Land Management, and Forest Service. A variety of tours are offered for visitors, and visitors can also stay in a rustic cabin located at the Sanctuary.

 
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Expert Review of Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

Parks and Outdoors Review of Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

Away Travel Expert: Brian Kevin
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ParksExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
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  • Tours of the sanctuary are motorized—ranging from short two-hour tours to full-day "adventure tours"—but a stay at the sanctuary's on-site cabin gives you the opportunity to explore the range on foot.

Address:
14 miles south of Hot Springs off Hwy. 71
P.O. Box 998
Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747
Parking: Tours offered from 9am to 3pm
Price: Guided bus tour: Adults $50, Seniors $45, Children under 16 $15; 3 hr cross country tour: Adults $100 Children under 16 $75; All day tour $750 for 1-3 people


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 800-252-6652
Fax: 605-745-4339
Email: iram@gwtc.net
Transportation: Located off HWY 71 South.
Price Information: Guided bus tour: Adults $50, Seniors $45, Children under 16 $15; 3 hr cross country tour: Adults $100 Children under 16 $75; All day tour $750 for 1-3 people
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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