South Dakota is one of the top 25 honeymoon locations in the United States, and also has one of the top 10 caves. What is the best way to get around South Dakota (SD)? A charter bus is by far the easiest way for you to navigate the prairie beauty we call South Dakota. This land of wild-roaming animals, American history, and geological marvels attracts visitors for much of the year, Mount Rushmore receives the most tourism at around 2.8 million visitors annually. Imagine this scene on a charter bus. Many of the visitors to South Dakota enjoy Custer State Park, Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum, and Badlands National State Park. Historic sites include the Adams House and Museum, Four Mile Old West Town, and the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village. A US Coachways charter bus can do it all. Pierre is the capitol of South Dakota and Sioux Falls ranks as the state's biggest city, so where do you want to go?
South Dakota's nickname is the Mount Rushmore State because of the presidential profiles carved on Mount Rushmore. Partly because of its caverns and the abundance of animal fossils, geologists and archaeologists flock to the state to view the latest findings. charter bus scientific groups on coach buses with ample room to accommodate small or large groups. charter bus a group to the Black Hills of South Carolina, considered one of the world's treasures. Spend the day viewing wind caves and breathtaking rock formations at Crystal Cave Park, or the site of the richest Oligocene fossil beds in the world, found at Badlands National Park. Charter a bus to Rapid City's Jewel Cave National Monument—the 3rd largest cave in the world. Visitors may choose to tour caverns or hike the trails in the area.
Harsh winters and moderately warm climate the rest of the year make South Dakota mainly limited to travel during Summer or Autumn. charter bus a group to one of the largest and most complex caves in the world, Wild Cave National Park, in Hot Springs. Enjoy the prairie, forests, and wildlife by tour. Or visit Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, a museum displaying animal fossils excavated in 1974, dating back at least 700 years ago. charter bus your group/party to Rapid City's winery, and sample South Dakota's internationally award-winning buffaloberry and plum wines - picture a charter bus to get you there.
Sioux Falls is South Dakota's most inhabited city. You can tour the Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum on a charter bus, where they remain dedicated to preserving the history and care of the animals. People enjoy catching a show at the Sioux Falls Community Playhouse. Plan to charter bus a trip to the Washington Pavilion Arts and Science Center, and choose from either the Visual Arts Center's gallery for fine arts, or the Kirby Science Discovery Center.
The Adams House and Museum in Deadwood is the oldest history museum in the Black Hills of South Dakota, including the first locomotive from the Black Hills, dinosaur remains, and items belonging to Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Charter a bus to Lead, where you will find the Presidents Park Sculpture Garden & Museum, featuring a variety of meadows, trees, and flowers, and presidential busts with their biographical information.
Maybe your group would like to charter bus a trip to Bear Butte Visitor Center for Bear Mountain, in Sturgis. Bear Mountain is the site South Dakota's Native Americans consider an inspirational place to communicate with the Creator.
South Dakota is the 17th largest state, named for what the Sioux Indians called themselves—"friend.” The state is 77,121 square miles, its highest point at 7,242 feet above sea level at Harney Peak, in the Black Mountains, and its lowest point is 962 feet above sea level at Big Stone Lake, on the border between South Dakota and Minnesota, at Big Stone City.
De Smet, South Dakota boasts of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Memorial Society heritage. Known as the author of the Little House on the Prairie series, you can tour two of her homes that have been restored. Tour De Smet, as described in her books, on a charter bus. charter bus groups for special events such as the fireworks display on July 3rd and 4th for Independence Day at Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park Buffalo Round up, or the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Think charter bus to get you to these exciting South Dakota events without the hassles of driving in traffic.
Think charter bus for a tour of Custer State Park, where wild animals roam freely. Tours, exhibits, nature walks, campfire programs, and naturalist programs are among the list of activities people can do there. Or visit the Four Mile Old West Town in Custer on a charter bus of your choice. This depiction of life in South Dakota in the 1800's is a living museum with authentic-style replica buildings. Entertainment includes music at the saloon, and a history of the town.
Tour The Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village in southeastern South Dakota on a charter bus. The Preservation and museum is one of the oldest Indian settlements in that part of South Dakota, dating back to the 10th century. Then, there is the Crazy Horse Memorial, an ongoing memorial rock carving of Oglaga Sioux War Chief of the Lakota Indians, started in 1998. When completed, it will be the world's largest mountain, at 563 feet high by 641 feet long. So far, it is nine stories high. The Heritage Hall Museum and Archives remains South Dakota's largest privately owned Indian art artifact exhibit. A collection of various tools, furniture, and modes of transportation are found there.
Charter a bus and take a group to one of the world's number one destination in South Dakota. Mount Rushmore National Monument has the faces of former presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln carved in granite on the side of Mount Rushmore, built between 1927 and 1941. Tours, trails, visitors center, and the Lincoln Borglum museum are all available. charter bus to the National Presidential Wax Museum, featuring the likenesses of all 43 presidents, historical information, and memorable moments during their presidencies. Or, charter a bus to the Keystone Historical Museum, containing photos, and preserved mining tools, rocks, minerals.
Charter a bus and take a group to The Flintstones Bedrock City. This whimsical theme-park is based on the cartoon series, featuring a tour of the city, prehistoric food, and camping is also available on the grounds. Plan a trip to the Children's Science Center for hands-on exhibits for children of all ages.
charter bus a trip to South Carolina's Riverfront Events Center, and spend the day there. The historic building from 1904 has the National Lewis and Clark Merchandising Center on the first floor, a garden with a rock fountain, and the Land of Many Colors Exhibit Gallery on the second floor. There is a garden with a rock fountain, and there are various retail shops to browse, as well as a collection of Native American and other historical relics.
When you think South Dakota (SD) and your travel needs, think charter bus by US Coachways, Inc.