Scenic Highways park stickers are printed on an all-weather, vinyl material suitable for indoor or outdoor use. They are 3″ x 5″ with a hangtag.

Jewel Cave

The National Park Service fully managed the operation of Jewel Cave starting in 1940. Two seasonal rangers gave guided tours of the cave for 50 cents per person. In September 1941, a permanent ranger was assigned to the Monument. This allowed for tours from spring into the early fall season. Today, visitors can still go on the Historic Lantern Tour.

Wind Cave

Constructed in 1929, the Beaver Creek Bridge on historic highway 87 was originally built to grant access to Custer State Park. The bridge is unique to South Dakota, being the only arch type of its kind in the state. Designed to appear as if its arches rise naturally from the surrounding rock, this significant accomplishment was made possible by Senator Peter Norbeck who was involved in developing the Black Hills for tourism.

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Weight 1 oz

Wind Cave, Jewel Cave