Round ‘Em Up: The Ground Rumbles & The Dust Flies

In 1956 a small herd of bison was reintroduced into the park and has grown and has grown to the point where it has to be carefully managed. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Feel the thunder and join the herd at the annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. Each fall, the ground rumbles and the dust flies as cowboys, cowgirls, and park crews drive the thundering herd of approximately 1,300 buffalo (number of animals vary depending on rangeland conditions). Up to 20 volunteer cowboys and cowgirls are selected […]

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Are RVs the Home of the Future?

The newest living trend across America is hitting the road, literally. As they try to make more out of less, RV living has become a prime choice for many young professionals. Coupling all the amenities you’re typically used to: electricity, running water, Wi-Fi, full bathrooms and kitchens—it’s the obvious choice for many. To cut expenses—think, […]

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Best Free Things To Do In America

There’s nothing like the feeling of doing something thrilling without ever opening your wallet. Whether it’s hiking a trail or taking in free entertainment, zero-dollar fun helps you save your pennies for costs you can’t avoid and stick to your budget without resorting to a life of all work. Our picks range from a charming, picturesque, and quaint […]

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Cedar Breaks National Monument: What Makes it Great?

Hidden within the mountains above Cedar City and loosely sandwiched between two southwestern Utah national parks—Zion and Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks National Monument towers 2,000 and 4,000 feet above these parks, respectively. The monument lies 22 miles west of Cedar City, about 60 miles east of Bryce Canyon, and 80 miles north of Zion. Cedar Breaks is […]

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