A Century of South Dakota State Parks | From The SDPB Archives
From the SDPB Archives enjoy the local documentary A Century of South Dakota State Parks.
Custer State Park in South Dakota's Black Hills officially opened in 1919. 12 more state parks have been added since then, each with its own historical significance. This 30-minute SDPB documentary examines how Custer State Park was established and tells the stories of the Parks added to the system in the past 100 years.
This documentary and many other local South Dakota stories may be found on the PBS App for your smart TV or online at watch.sdpb.org