PO Box 1032
At the time, the poet's cabin home - known as the Badger Hole - had been closed to the public and one of the first goals of the Society was to insure that the general public - and particularly school children - had an opportunity to see the cabin and learn about his works.
The Society works closely with Custer State Park interpreters to make sure the cabin is manned with knowledgeable guides, seven days a week, Memorial Day to Labor Day. In addition, the cabin is open by appointment year round.
Today the rising popularity of cowboy poetry has brought renewed appreciation for this early progenitor of the art form. Visitation at the cabin is increasing annually.
If you would like to help sustain the good works of the Society,
Buy books for gifts and for yourself.
Visit the Badger Hole. We appreciate your help!