Mt. Rushmore & Badlands tour:

The best bang for your buck!

Have you thought that a trip to the Midwest might just be the highlight of your summer plans for 2020? Well, maybe not, but we’re here to suggest that it definitely could be.

2 states for the price of 1 tour: Did you know you get to ride in both South Dakota and Wyoming? This is a great way to really get the most out of your visit to the Northern Great Plains area!

Classic American landmark to visit: Growing up, you saw pictures of Mount Rushmore in the history books and even in several movies. Let us tell you – It’s even more spectacular in person. There is the avenue of flags which leads to the Grand View entrance and the Presidential Trail which is short and has no shortage of different viewpoints of the presidential busts.

National Parks, Memorials, and Monuments, Oh My! : Remember when collecting postcards and even rocks was the popular way to show off your travels? Now it’s visiting National Parks (you can even show off your adventures with this awesome scratch off National Parks map ) So why not check off 2 of them plus 2 national monuments all while on 2 wheels? This tour includes Badlands National Park, Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, Wind Cave National Park and Devils Tower National Monument.

Below we’ve compiled a few fun facts of each of the parks that might pique your interest.

However, you may be wondering the difference between a “National Park” and a “National Monument/Memorial”. Their primary difference lies in the reason behind preserving the land.

Badlands National Park:  They filmed scenes from the 1998 classic film, Armageddon inside the park. Buffalo encounters guaranteed!

Wind Cave National Park:Wind Cave is among the largest mapped caves in the world. 143 miles have been mapped to date, making it the third largest cave in the United States, and the seventh largest in the world.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial:Mock-ups of the design include the four presidents from the waist up. Funding was ever an issue, and the directive was to just stick with the four faces.

Devils Tower National Monument:Devils Tower was the very first official United States National Monument. It was proclaimed by President Theodore Roosevelt—who famously loved the American West—on September 24, 1906, shortly after he signed the Antiquities Act into law.

Did we mention that we cover the costs to visit these national parks and monuments? Talk about all-inclusive!

Available dates for this tour:

May 17, 2020………………………………………………………………….Planned
May 24, 2020………………………………………………………………….Sold Out
May 31, 2020………………………………………………….Almost Guaranteed
Aug 30, 2020……………………………………………………………..Guaranteed
Sep 6, 2020………………………………………………………………..Guaranteed
Sep 13, 2020………………………………………………………………Guaranteed

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