Custer State Park is located in southern Black Hills of South Dakota. This sprawling 1,000 acre park is home to roaming buffalo, four mountain lakes and a variety of hiking, biking and walking trails. Best known for its herd of roaming buffalo, the park is home to an abundance of wildlife which can easily be seen along the popular Wildlife Loop drive. Visitors will find a wide range of lodging options—from cozy, creekside campsites to upscale, full-service lodges. Custer State Park also offers a variety of history and naturalist programs, as well as adventures like horseback riding, rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking and fly-fishing.