July 1, 1919 the South Dakota Legislature, at the urging of then Governor Peter Norbeck, established Custer State Park as South Dakota’s first & largest state park.
Custer State Park Visitor Services Program Manager, Kobee Stalder, shares a centennial photographic presentation of the evolution of Custer State Park throughout its 100-year history including how the park is today.
Enjoyed by almost two million visitors every year from around the world, Custer State Park is home to free-roaming buffalo, pristine lakes, scenic drives & the granite outcroppings of the Needles spires that rise from the forest floor.
Lunch is provided by the Friends of the Library & Great Harvest Bread Co. This event requires registration. Please visit here to register beginning on November 1.