1. Michael Courtade

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    A beautiful corner of the Black Hills region. Prairie dogs are entertaining to us easterners. Bison are imposing critters. Staff was knowledgeable and helpful. Jr Ranger book was one that both kids liked a lot.

  2. LeslieAnn DM

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    We loved the tour. We had a great tour guide and the caves are amazing. We would love to have gone deeper so my only advice if you plan on visiting is decide what tour & time you want to go on and arrive 45 minutes before it is supposed to start!

  3. Ezra Hays

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    The Cave and tour guide was great. The park ranger Austin Jones harassed myself and my family the entire time we were there. It ruined the experience that we wanted to have. He followed us around the whole time we were there trying to find something to write us up about. I am a law abiding citizen and Mr. Jones made comments to me like ‘If I gave you a ticket and it went to court I would win’. It was totally unnecessary. It would have been great if Austin Jones was not so arrogant about his authority.

  4. Jason Trupe

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    Good tour, we walked about half a mile through the cave. With the exception of about two or three open rooms the cave is not much wider than a few feet so everyone in the group has to walk single file. Which wouldn’t be an issue if they took groups of about 10, instead they take you down in groups of 40. I didn’t spend much time at the front of the line so I was only able to hear what the guide was saying when we came to a large enough clearing to fit the entire group. Pros: Hundreds of steps down elevator up at the end, dry, free of critters, inexpensive.Cons: Groups are too large, unable to see or hear the guide during most of the tour.

  5. Michael Willoughby

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    Very good tour. We took the natural entrance tour. Our guide was entertaining, unscripted and articulate. There are only a few parts of this cave that open up into large enough rooms to fit a small group in, it is mostly narrow passages, but when it does open up our guide stopped and talked a bit about how it was formed and how some of the structures were formed. There is a cool part about halfway through when the guide turns off all the lights and asks everyone to hold their breath or breath softly and you get to see and hear just how dark and silent a cave is. Very cool.I would highly recommend. Our tour lasted about 75 minutes and we walked about a mile I think but a lot of steps so be warned.