12165 Highland Rd.
- Price: $$$$-Over $30
- Hours of Operation: Open Daily: 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
- Days Closed:
- Family Friendly
- Food Service
- Gift Shop
- Handicapped Access
- Pet Friendly
See hundreds of wild American, Spanish, and Sulphur mustangs roaming free across wind swept prairies. Explore Native America ceremonial sites, ancient petroglyphs, weathered early pioneer homesteads, restored one-room school house. See where Crazy Horse, Hidalgo and Into the Wild movies were filmed on the Sanctuary. View beautiful ponderosa pine forests along the Cheyenne River canyons filled with birds and wildlife. Stop into our Visitor's Center and step into our charming gift shop filled with gifts for the horse lovers everywhere. You can view our mustangs from the porch of the Wild Cafe and enjoy ice cream and or a special lunch menu. Stay a few days in one of our rustic cabins located along the Cheyene river. A wild horse vacation adventure of a lifetime! Tourism, donations, foal sales and gift shop proceeds help provide freedom for the Sanctuary's wild horses.
The Sanctuary is located 14 miles south of Hot Springs, 68 miles from Rapid City, South Dakota near the southern end of the Black Hills. Reserve your guided bus tour today! Open year-round. Founded in 1988 by Dayton O. Hyde, Institute of Range and American Mustang (IRAM)
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