July 2020 – Custer State Park, South Dakota
It sure was fun watching these goats and they were fun to photograph. Hope you enjoy seeing them.
Custer State Park
Custer State Park is a South Dakota State Park and wildlife reserve in the Black Hills, United States. The park is South Dakota’s largest and first state park, named after Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer. The area originally started out as sixteen sections but was later changed into one block of land because of the challenges of the terrain. The park began to grow rapidly in the 1920s and gained new land. During the 1930s the Civilian Conservation Corps built miles of roads, laid out parks and campgrounds, and built three dams that set up a future of water recreation at the park. In 1964 an additional 22,900 acres were added to the park. The park covers an area of over 71,000 acres of hilly terrain and is home to many wild animals.
3 thoughts on “~Sheila’s Critter Cam-Goats”
I love Custer State Park! Are you camping there?
Hi! We were there a week ago. Camped at Heartland RV, which is near Custer State Park.
First time to S.D.! It is beautiful!
Thanks for sharing the images. Very special goat. Interesting.