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Campbell County RockpileMuseum& Open-Pit Mines Distance 0.00 miles

Campbell County Rockpile Museum, which serves as the local history center for the county. The Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits the objects and documents important to the history of Campbell County and northeast Wyoming. For the locomotive enthusiast, you’ll find trains still roll down the Burlington Northern Santa Fe tracks carrying cattle and freight to market. If it strikes your fancy, take a short detour south to Campbell County’s open-pit mines and experience them up close. Jus... Read more...

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Devil’s Tower Distance 0.00 miles

Heading out of Gillette, you’ll turn north on U.S. Highway 14 and be on your way to Devils Tower. Teddy Roosevelt designated Devils Tower as the nation’s first national monument in 1906. It could even be called the nation’s first natural monument. It is actually the core of a volcano exposed after millions of years of erosion brought on by the Belle Fourche River and the weather. The tower itself is 865 feet high and there is a paved walking path around the perimeter, measuring at 1 ¼ mil... Read more...

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Sundance Distance 0.00 miles

Once you’ve had your fill of the awe-inspiring structure that is Devils Tower, it’s time to continue east on to Sundance. Yes, the Sundance Kid got his name here, and you can have your picture taken with him at the Crook County Museum! See the Sundance Territorial Jail and courtroom furniture used during his trial and 18 month sentence. Sundance lies at the foot of Sundance Mountain in the Black Hills of Wyoming, where the Native Americans held their sacred Sun Dance ceremonies.

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Keyhole State Park Distance 0.00 miles

Finally, as you head back to Buffalo, you can make your final stop at Keyhole State Park and visit the Keyhole Reservoir. Keyhole State Park is situated between Sundance and Moorcroft on the edge of the Black Hills, just within sight of Devils Tower. It offers excellent fishing and water sports opportunities, in addition to picnicking, hiking and birdwatching. Visitors have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of wildlife, including mule deer, pronghorn antelope and wild turkeys. The marina has a ... Read more...

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