Buffalo Roundup in The Custer State Park
The Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup
is on schedule every fall, and more than 1300 North American bison rush in the valley, bringing you a rocking, deafening stimulus. The Cowboys rode on horseback and drove the cattle across the ridge and surrounded the corral at the foot of the mountain. Visitors will sit in a safe area just a few hundred feet from the herd and watch the cattle classified, licensed, inspected and protected from disease in the barn.
The Custer State Park has the largest North American wild cattle in the world. The purpose of the festival is to keep the balance between the number of cattle and the resources of land and grass. It is also an effective way to check the health of the cattle at one time. This festival attracts more than 14 thousand people every year. In 2015, the American bus association also selected the Custer state cow festival as the top North American event, and tourists who wanted to participate in the event could choose to spend the night at the Custer State Park Resort.
The wildlife loop is 18 miles long, covered with open fields and pine forests. Along the way you will have the opportunity to see buffalo, pronghorn, white-tailed deer, elk, coyote, donkey, marmot, eagle and all kinds of other birds. In addition to the rich variety of wildlife, roadside colorful wildflowers and grasslands around the road, all bring visitors a unique self-driving scenery.
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