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The town of Beulah sits along Sand Creek a tributary of the Belle Fourche River.  The town is home to the famous Vore Buffalo Jump. The Vore Buffalo Jump is an archeological site. A sinkhole, formed where gypsum soil was eroded, leaving a steep-sided pit about 40 feet deep and 200 feet in diameter.   Native American hunters could stampede bison in the direction of the pit, which was deep enough to kill or disable the animals that were driven into it. There are currently 33 people that reside in the town of Beulah.  The town has gas stations and local eateries along with a campground that are conveniently located off of I-90.  Sand Creek has public access where trout fishing is top – notch.  Public education is part of the Crook County School District #1
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