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Vore Buffalo Jump, Beulah

(4.3/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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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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  • We arrived at the Vore Buffalo Jump, and it was deserted. Only we did not discover this until AFTER making a donation and walking down to the bottom of the sinkhole. They say it's an archaelogical site. Perhaps it is. Or perhaps there's just some guy down there in the shack with the door locked, sitting in a recliner, drinking a beer, and watching WWF. We'll never know. The considerate thing to do would have been to post a sign saying that the site was closed. Way to go, Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation, you certainly buffaloed us out of twenty bucks.
  • This is such an interesting and unique site. Situated right on a major interstate freeway, thousands of people drive by it daily and are unaware of the history and educational opportunity. Stop by, well worth it!
  • Fascinating archeology site. Sinkhole formed and Indians drove the buffalo off the edge to harvest them. On site guides are knowledgeable and personable. You probably won't spend hours here, but it is definetly worth seeing.
  • Hard to give a good review when they were closed with no explanation in the middle of a non-holiday. BUT, even if the sites closed you can walk to the bottom of the sinkhole and read plaques along the way. That makes this a cool little free stop just off the highway.
  • My kids loved this. I had to drag my nearly 12 year old out. She kept asking questions. It's a great short stop when traveling by.