Tourist etiquette you might not know

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) – ”This summer we’ve definitely seen an increase in visitation, not only here at Jewel Cave but at all the national parks areas here in the Black Hills and out at the Badlands as well,” said Greg Schroeder, superintendent at Jewel Cave National Park.

While tourists crowd popular Black Hill’s tourist attractions, it’s important for people visiting to show basic etiquette while waiting to see the area’s treasures.

Wind Cave National park says to plan like a park ranger while visiting sites. This includes a number of things, one, come early and be patient.

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