Badger Hole
Photo courtesy of South Dakota State Historical Society

     Badger Clark built his cabin in Custer State Park in 1925. It was a simple log cabin. It had no electricity and no running water. He even named his cabin. He called it the Badger Hole. Badger Clark wrote many poems while living at the Badger Hole. The cabin is still in Custer State Park today. You can visit the cabin and walk a trail like Badger Clark used to walk.