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Buffalo Gap National Grasslands

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Distance Varies from 25 to more than 100 miles
Time Needed: Depends on your tolerance for nothingness 
Best Time To Go: Anytime. Open year round 
Directions: Visitor center in located between I-90 exits 109 and 110 in Wall. Follow directions to Wall.  
Highlights: Watching grass grow can be exciting 
Description: Encompassing more than 591,000 acres in southwest South Dakota, Buffalo Gap is the region's largest national grassland. It is home to many varieties of plants and wildlife especially adapted to the prairie ecosystem. The Buffalo Gap is a possible reintroduction site for the endangered black-footed ferret. It is also home to the swift fox, a candidate for the federal endangered species list.
     Wall Ranger District
     Buffalo Gap National Grassland
     P.O. Box 425
     Wall, SD 57790
     Phone: (605) 279-2125
or
    Buffalo Gap National
    Grassland
    209 N. River St.
    Hot Springs, SD 57747
    Phone: 605-745-4107
 
 

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