Buffalo Gap National Grassland | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota
  • Buffalo Gap National Grassland

    A surprising diversity of plants and animals

The Buffalo Gap National Grassland is one of 20 National Grasslands. For visitors that enjoy getting away from it all, Buffalo Gap National Grassland hosts an array of unique opportunities to do just that. The National Grasslands contains a surprising diversity of plants and animals and are one of the most extensive, productive ecosystems in the United States. The Buffalo Gap National Grassland is administered by the USDA and encompasses nearly 600,000 acres located in scattered tracts within southwestern South Dakota. 

The National Grasslands Visitor Center is located in Wall, South Dakota. This visitor center focuses on interpreting and providing information on the National Grasslands.