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To protect a cave of unusual beauty from those who were destroying it.

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January 9th, 1903

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Q: When did Wind Cave National Park Become a National park?
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How did Wind Cave national park become a park?


When did Wind cave become a national park?

January 9, 1903

How are Badlands National Park and Wind Cave National Park different?

The Badlands are above ground and Wind Cave in underground.

Is Wind Cave National Park known for wildfires?


How was wind cave national park created?

by canyons

How deep is wind cave?

The deepest point so far explored is 654 feet at the Wind Cave, in Wind Cave National Park, ND.

What is full form of W.I.C.A.?

Wind Cave National Park

What is wincave national park best known for?

Wind cave national park is known for its frost work.

What is the name of South Dakota's national park?

South Dakota has two national parks. They are Wind Cave National Park and Badlands National Park.

What park begins with W?

Wind Cave National Park is a U.S. national park in South Dakota. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park is a U.S. national park in Alaska.

Where can one find more information about Wind Cave National Park?

A single individual can find more information about Wind Cave National Park by either visiting the historic landmark. Also you can visit your local library for more details about the National Park.

What national parks did Roosevelt set aside acres for?

Crater Lake National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Sullys Hill, Platt National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Yosemite National Park