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Vore Buffalo Jump, Beulah

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One of the most important archaeological sites of the Late-Prehistoric Plains Indians, the Vore Buffalo Jump was discovered during the construction of Highway I-90 in the early 1970's, the Vore site is a natural sinkhole that was used as a bison trap from about 1500 to 1800 A.D.

Buffalo were driven over the edge of the sink hole as a method for the Native American tribes to procure the large quantities of meat and hides needed to survive the harsh prairie winters.

Interpreters staff the Visitor's Center from June through September.
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  • Stopped at the Buffalo Jump. The attraction was closed, but you could still walk up to the site and read some signs about the event. Not much to see except a big depression in the ground.  more »
  • What a great stop. This site is full of historical, archeological, cultural features. This is a part of the native American life that could easily be lost in time. This site not only shows you where t...  more »
  • Stopped here after seeing signs for the Buffalo Jump. Very interesting. It wasnt open when we stopped, but there was a lot of signs explaining how the Native Americans used the buffalo jump to harvest...  more »
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  • Prices are high and food is very hit and miss. Tried it a few times and probably won't be going back for awhile.
  • We are getting less and less satisfied with the customer service, the food, and the prices. We have eaten there a handful of times over the last few months and each time get more and more disappointed. Today was the last time we will eat there and have decided not to go back because there are much better, less expensive options, and MUCH FRIENDLIER staff at nearby restaurants!
  • This is our very special celebration spot.. We always choose the Buffalo Jump for birthdays and family kudos.. I highly recommend you eat here, anything you choose will be scrumptious.. And you couldn't ask for friendlier staff.. Thanks Buffalo Jump.. We'll be back..
  • Very neat steakhouse on the way to Devils Tower. I loved they had game meat like buffalo and elk. A little pricey but the quality is very good. Recommend it to try something local and different
  • Food was decent, wait staff was friendly and prompt, and dessert was delicious!