Up to 4 Passengers – additional passengers extra
Pay Your Deposit By :
|September 15||October 15||November 15||December 15||January 15|
Peak PriceTravel During July and August
Extras / Add-Ons :
|Additional Passenger (maximum of 3)||$600 / each||$600 / each|
|Extra Night at Existing Campsite||$600 / night||$600 / night|
|Class A RV Option||$900||$900|
|Optional Add-On Excursions||See Below|
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This trip is perfect for anyone interested in America’s history, from forts to huge rock carvings of historical figures. Starting from Denver at the edge of the Rocky Mountains, you’ll travel up to Wyoming to view the tracks of the pioneers who risked it all to get to Oregon by covered wagon. Then it’s off to the Black Hills, exploring mammoth sites and caves along the way. Watch the lights turn on at Mount Rushmore, view the work-in-progress Crazy Horse Monument, then see nature’s sculptures at Devils Tower in Wyoming before returning to Denver.
– The Glavin Family, Massachusetts
Denver – 1 night
Fly into Denver where you’ll spend your first night in a hotel. Known as The Mile High City, Denver is the capital of Colorado and has 300 days of sunshine a year.
Denver to Fort Collins: 65 miles
Fort Collins, CO – 1 night
Home of Colorado State University, Fort Collins is a vibrant town that started as a military outpost in 1864. Visit the Museum of Discovery or paddle a Swan Boat on the lake.
Fort Collins to Hot Springs: 292 miles
Hot Springs, SD – 2 nights
Explore the prehistoric Mammoth Site, now an active archeological dig site, before swimming or relaxing in pools fed by natural hot springs. Enjoy a ranger-led tour of Wind Cave.
Hot Springs to Black Hills: 50 miles
Black Hills, SD – 3 nights
The Black Hills feature mountains, gorges, spectacular canyons, and impressively engineered roads to explore. Mount Rushmore is a majestic symbol of the history of America.
Black Hills to Devils Tower: 122 miles
Devils Tower National Monument – 1 night
Also known as Bears Lodge, Devils Tower is a towering monolith that is a sacred site for many Native Americans.
Devil’s Tower to Cheyenne: 302 miles
Cheyenne, WY – 1 night
Spend your last night just south of Cheyenne at a ranch where you can feed bison.
Cheyenne to Denver: 92 miles
Denver – Drive to Denver to catch your return flight.
There are hundreds of guided experiences you could do along the way. These are the ones we think are worth your time and money. Keep it simple or load it up! Our Team will help you decide which ones are right for you. Prices are below with the descriptions and are subject to change by the suppliers.