Celebrating 100 Years
"Wildlife and History Abound"
Population: 1,500 • Elevation: 3,331
Surrounded on three sides by the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservations, the town of Martin is a good base camp to experience the Lakota culture. Motel accommodations are available for overnight guests and dining for your eating pleasure.
To the north are the rugged Dakota Badlands and the moonscapes of Badlands National Park. To the south are the Sandhills of Nebraska. Sandwiched in between are Martin and the flat lands used for wheat farming.
Enjoy hunting prairie dogs, deer, turkey, geese, elk and pheasants in the area. Close to LaCreek Refuge, Bowring Ranch and enroute to the Badlands and Black Hills on US Hwy 18.
Badlands National Park
Visit Badlands National Park where you'll find a Visitor Center, interpretive trails to explore and many other opportunities. Enjoy the 35-mile Badlands Loop Scenic Byway that not only includes a land of sharp ridges and steep walled canyons, but the largest preserve of mixed prairie grass in the National Park System.