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Awesome place for hiking. When you're done take some photos of the prairie dogs.
Visitors center is right at the base of the tower.
Make sure you have plenty of fuel, gas stations close early, around 5 PM in these parts. Great hike around the tower though.
A must see. The tower trail is a really nice walk all the way around the tower. Watch for climbers.
For all the grammarians: Yes, there is no apostrophe in Devils Tower. It's an official mistake that has never been corrected.
Do the loop trail! The Tower looks slightly different from each angle.
Great to see. Don't go during Sturgis, took about 1/2 just to wait in line to get in. Staff in gift shop were very rude. Not a way to represent a National Monument.
The Dakota people call this place Matho Thipidan - meaning house of the bear. Dakota people consider this place to be sacred land, because of its unique beauty and abundance of life.
This place was virtually empty over Labor Day. What a great find! Lots to do: pool, hayride, movie night, wifi... perfect spot to glamp.
Drive slowly when approaching prairie dog town. They'll cross the road carelessly.
Beautifull loop !
Walk around the site in a 2kmt trail.
Walk around the back to see the space ships.
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Prairie dogs are so cute! The tower is amazing and the restrooms are clean!! Beautiful place!
An astounding site and icon of the American west. Hike on the trails around Devil's Tower and take in the stunning views.
There is something special about this place, but if you are only here to see and not hike skip going all the way in. Watch the gift shop in the park! They tried to over charge everyone in our group!
Great view but I also appreciate the clean restrooms at the visitors center!
Such a beautiful site!
54 years later, it still is amazing!
US's first monument its an absolute beauty and pictures don't do justice. Mystifying and beautiful at the same time. Try a walk at dusk. Really spooky
Really nice showers. Great stay!
Pancakes are great!
You may remember both the monument and its road from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The scenic approach stretches 3 miles and is an example of close integration with natural surroundings.
Watch for all the Prairie Dogs.... They are mean if you accidently come close.