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Wind Cave National Park

This national park is located South of Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Wind Cave was the first cave in American history to be designated as a National Park site. The eroded calcite that created the cave itself stretches close to 141 miles, which makes Wind Cave the sixth-longest cave in the world.

Written by Nolan P. Schmidt

Nolan is the Editor of Fargo Monthly. Schmidt is also the Editor of Spotlight Media's Bison Illustrated and Future Farmer publications. He is originally from Bismarck, N.D. and is a proud graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead.

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