South Dakota is a great place to visit on
your vacation. As
our 40th state, there are many activities for your entire family to
do. The main attractions are
Rushmore, the Missouri River fishing and don't forget the
For complete information on South Dakota, it is suggested you read
Wikipedia has to say.
·Mt Rushmore - Keystone - George Washington,
Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
·Jewel Cave National Park - Custer
- Explore and Discover One of the Last Frontiers in the World ...
Immerse yourself within the second longest cave in the world. With over
160 miles of mapped and surveyed passages, this underground wilderness
appeals to human curiosity. Its splendor is revealed through fragile
formations and glimpses of brilliant color. Its maze of passages lure
explorers, and its scientific wealth remains a mystery. This resource is
truly a jewel in the National Park Service.
Book Island - Rapid City - On August 16, 1959 the Rapid
City Rotary Club created a charitable, non-profit corporation— Storybook
Island Inc.—for the purpose of establishing and operating a free
children’s park. The creation of this children’s park was the product of
generous gifts and donations from individuals, service and other private
clubs and businesses in the community. Storybook Island was an instant
hit both with children and adults in the Black Hills and those visiting
·Prairie Berry Winery - Hill City
- South Dakota Wines since 1876. Our family has been making South Dakota
wines for five generations. We offer more than 15 grape, fruit and honey
wines to taste and purchase, all completely made on-site in the Black
Hills of South Dakota! Every day, we offer FREE wine tasting, shopping
and a fabulous lunch and other fare from Prairie Berry's Kitchen!
·Black Hills Playhouse - Custer
- The Black Hills Playhouse mission is to enhance and inspire lives
through extraordinary theatre production and educational opportunities
in the unique environment of the Black Hills. Nestled in Custer State
Park, just a quarter mile from Center Lake, the Black Hills Playhouse is
a theater and training center that every summer brings theatre
professionals, faculty and students from all over the country. With a
national reputation for excellence, the Playhouse consistently produces
a season of high quality entertainment with something for everyone.
·Journey Museum - Rapid City
- The Journey Museum takes you on an incredible trek through time, from
the violent upheaval that formed the mystical Black Hills over 2.5
billion years ago to the continuing saga of the Western Frontier. When
your journey is complete, you will fully understand the legacy of the
land and its people.
·Homestake Opera House- Lead - In 1914, Phoebe Apperson Hearst, widow of mining
magnate George Hearst, established the Homestake Opera House and
Recreation Building on Lead’s Main Street. An ardent philanthropist with
a particular interest in the education and well-being of children, Mrs.
Hearst wanted to build a facility that would improve the lives of Lead’s
hard-rock gold miners and their families.
·Spirit of the Hills
Wildlife Sanctuary - Spearfish - A Sanctuary for Animals.
Spirit of the Hills Wildlife Sanctuary was founded in 1999 by its
Director, Michael Welchynski, to provide a permanent home for unwanted,
neglected and abused animals.
·1880 Train - Hill City
- See the Black Hills of South Dakota by rail! Experience a historic,
breathtakingly scenic, relaxing vintage steam train ride your family
will never forget. Enjoy a two hour and fifteen minute round trip
through the scenic Black Hills. Hear the bellow of the engine and the
whine of the whistle as it winds its way through the hills between Hill
City and Keystone... and back again.
·Hart Ranch Golf Course - Rapid City
- Welcome to Hart Ranch Golf Course, Rapid City's premier golf facility.
Hart Ranch is nestled against the foothills of ponderosa pine creating a
beautiful Black Hills golfing resort. Hart Ranch's 18-hole Championship
Golf course, located just outside Rapid City, is perfect for golfers of
all ages and ability levels.
·Wild Horse Sanctuary - Hot
Springs - Come Visit the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, one of
America’s greatest private wilderness areas! Founded in 1988 by Dayton
O. Hyde. See hundreds of wild mustangs and their foals roaming free
across wind swept prairies. Travel back in time and view the rugged
natural beauty of America as it was 100 years ago. Explore wild horse
history and learn how important horses were to early man.
House - Deadwood - In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams
founded the Adams Museum in downtown Deadwood with the purpose of
preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the
building to the City of Deadwood and placed the operation of the
organization in the hands of a board of directors. The board oversaw the
collecting of some of the Black Hills’ greatest treasures including
Potato Creek Johnny’s gold nugget, beloved American illustrator N.C.
Wyeth’s pencil sketch drawing of Western legend Wild Bill Hickok, the
mysterious Thoen Stone record of the Ezra Kind party’s discovery of gold
in the Hills in the 1830s and a one-of-a-kind plesiosaur (marine
·1881 Courthouse Museum - Custer
- The city and county of Custer are located in the historic Black Hills
of South Dakota. The Custer County 1881 Courthouse Museum is housed in
the original Dakota Territory courthouse built in 1880-1881. This
building has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This Dakota Territory Courthouse served not only as a center for
government, but also in early years as a meeting place for church
services, socials and community activities. Justice was dispensed from
this building for 92 years until it was given to the Custer County
Historical Society in 1973. The Historical Society opened the Museum on
Memorial weekend in 1976.
Butte State Park - Sturgis - Mato Paha or "Bear Mountain"
is the Lakota name given to this site. To the Cheyenne, it is
"Noahvose." This geological formation is one of several intrusions of
igneous rock in the Black Hills that formed millions of years ago. The
mountain is sacred to many American Indian tribes who come here to hold
religious ceremonies. Please be respectful of worshippers and their
·Fat Tire Festival- Rapid City
- The Black Hills Fat Tire Festival is back in 2012 for it’s sixth year,
and we are excited to have you here to kick off the summer. Be ready for
great rides, races and socials with something for everyone. There will
also be plenty of demo bikes to try out as well. Come out and enjoy
everything the Black Hills has to offer, the riding here is great!
·D.C. Booth Fish Hatchery- Spearfish - Established in 1896, D.C.
Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives, formerly Spearfish
National Fish Hatchery, is one of the oldest operating hatcheries in the
country dedicated to fish culture and resource management. The hatchery
was constructed to propagate, stock, and establish trout populations in
the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming.
Cemetery- Deadwood - Mount Moriah Cemetery on Mount Moriah in Deadwood,
Lawrence County, South Dakota is the burial place of Wild Bill Hickok,
Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock, and other notable figures of the Wild
West. By tradition, the American flag flies over the cemetery 24 hours a
day, rather than merely from sunrise to sunset.
·Evans Plunge - Hot Springs
- Spend a refreshing, fun-filled day at Evans Plunge, the World's
largest natural warm water indoor swimming pool. Try our waterslides or
relax in our gigantic pool filled with rejuvenating naturally warm
mineral water (87 degrees F). This sparkling spring water flows from an
enormous thermal spring at a rate of 5000 gallons a minute. The
theraputic "healing" water has soothed visitors for over one hundred
Museum- Belle Fourche - Our museum focuses on the early
pioneer, rodeo, and old west history of the Tri-State region of Western
South Dakota, Eastern Wyoming and Southeast Montana. The museum houses
over 5,000 artifacts, rodeo memorabilia, historical records, antiques,
collectibles, fossils, and other items. These include the original 1876
Johnny Spaulding Cabin, artifacts from the early cattle days, artifacts
from the Belle Fourche Roundup Rodeo, (largest rodeo in South Dakota)
and much, much more.
Memorial- Custer - Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and Lakota Chief Henry
Standing Bear officially started Crazy Horse Memorial June 3, 1948. The
Memorial’s mission is to honor the culture, tradition and living
heritage of North American Indians.
·Bay Leaf Cafe - Spearfish
- A continental menu awaits you – the finest American beef, fresh
Alaskan seafood in the summer months, locally grown seasonal vegetables,
Black Hills trout and wild game.
Country USA - Rapid City - Nestled over 250 acres amidst towering pines
and along rolling meadows just eight miles south of Rapid City, Bear
Country U.S.A. offers visitors intimate views of most North American
mammals. Visitors take a leisurely three-mile drive through several
enclosures and encounter black bear, elk, reindeer, deer, cougars,
bobcats, rocky mountain goats, bighorn sheep, dall sheep and buffalo.
·Tatanka: Story of the Bison - Deadwood
- Kevin Costner invities you to visit Tatanka. 30-60 million bison once
roamed the great plains of North America. By the close of the 19th
century, it's estimated that less than 1,000 bison survived. This is
Bedrock City - Custer - Flintstones Fantasies come alive in
this modern Stone-Age setting of fun-filled buildings and play areas.
Tour Fred's Bedrock City. Ride the Flintmobile and Iron Horse Train. See
Mount Rockmore and enjoy the new Flintstone Trio Show. Then romp on the
·Spearfish Canyon - Spearfish - Spearfish Canyon is one of the oldest and
most miraculous canyons in the west. Located in the northern portion of
the Black Hills National Forest, the canyon spans 20-miles along a
scenic and unique State and National Scenic Byway. Less than a mile
wide, the canyon is always ‘close and upward’ dwarfing the one-million
- Rapid City - Founded in 1937 by our reptile loving patriarch, Earl
Brockelsby, Reptile Gardens has steadily grown to one of the most
popular South Dakota attractions, drawing crowds from all over the
Midwest and beyond. We are the largest reptile zoo in the world, housing
more species of reptiles than any other zoo or wild animal park.
·Silverado-Franklin Gaming - Deadwood
- The site of the Silverado Gaming Establishing has been important to
Deadwood since the legendary gold camp sprang up in late 1875. The
junction of City Creek and Whitewood Creek, just a few feet from the
Silverado, was the site of the first gold strike in Deadwood Gulch, made
by Frank S. Bryant when he was out hunting. After the city of Deadwood
was laid out and began to develop, the current Silverado buidling was
constructed by local philanthropist and businessman W.E. Adams for the
Hills Chevrolet Company.
Alex Johnson - Rapid City - Step back into the year 1928
and experience the historic and mysterious allure of The Hotel Alex
Johnson. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Hotel
Alex Johnson provides a gateway into the worlds of both Native American
culture and South Dakota history. Since its opening, six U.S. presidents
have resided at The Alex Johnson, namely Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Ronald
·Fort Welikit Campground - Custer
- After traveling the highways and byways, you and your family will be
welcomed by the splendor of the tall evergreens and the mystical Black
Hills. You can sit around your campfire, watch the stars overhead, and
roast marshmallows to your hearts content. Our large tent sites and long
pull-thru RV sites make this one of the most camper friendly places in
·Mickelson Trail - Black Hills
- Walk in the footsteps of the past, explore the outdoors, or simply
enjoy a stroll! Imagine a path where the ghosts of Wild Bill Hickok and
Calamity Jane still roam; where bicyclists, hikers and horseback riders
can explore spruce and ponderosa pine forests; and the very young, the
very old and people of all abilities can enjoy.
·Mammoth Site - Hot Springs
- Stand on the edge of discovery and walk where mammoths, bears, and
other Ice Age animals walked... Open year round, the Mammoth Site offers
the museum visitor a 30-minute guided tour plus a 10-minute video. Tour
information features the Mammoth Site and Ice Age geology, paleontology,
and paleoecology. Today, visitors to the museum observe first-hand a
·Western Heritage Center - Spearfish
- The High Plains Western Heritage Center includes a Five-State Regional
Museum founded to honor the old west pioneers of North Dakota, South
Dakota, Montana, Wyoming & Nebraska. Over 20,000 sq. ft. of quality
exhibits feature Western art, Artifacts & Memorabilia including the
original Spearfish to Deadwood Stagecoach, turn-of-the-century Kitchen,
Saddle Shop & a Blacksmith Shop. Forestry, Mining, Ranching & Rodeo are
also represented. Outdoor displays feature live buffalo and longhorns, a
furnished Log Cabin, rural Schoolhouse & antique Farm Equipment.
·Edgar's Soda Fountain- Elk Point - Edgar’s Old Fashioned Soda Fountain, located in
the Heart of the Midwest, is a community treasure that brings back the
images and the tastes of yesteryear. The soda fountain features
everything you would have expected around the turn of the century –
handmade ice cream treats, dog eared soda fountain manuals, a white
marble countertop and vintage iron rod tables. It’s even adjacent to the
pharmacy. It’s a special place, a center for town social life, a place
to remember a better, simpler time.
·Corn Palace- Mitchell - The original Corn Palace, called "The Corn Belt
Exposition" was established in 1892. Early settlers displayed the fruits
of their harvest on the building exterior in order to prove the
fertility of South Dakota soil. The third and present building was
completed for it first festival at the present location in 1921. The
exterior decorations are completely stripped down and new murals are
created each year.
·Talsma's Trail Park - Avon
- Talsma's Trail Park is located along the Missouri River on the Trail's
End Ranch. The property is an actual working Hereford cattle ranch so
you will be surrounded by real country living. There are several hundred
acres of designated riding area for all to enjoy. Trails range from
overlooking bluffs, climbing hills, crossing creeks, and riding through
brush and open prairies along the river bottoms.
Plains Zoo- Sioux Falls - The Great Plains Zoo features
over 1,000 animals from around the world. Our 45-acre park offers
up-close views of animals often not found in larger zoos, including
giraffes, tigers, rhinos and a jumping, hooting array of primates. Watch
the playful tiger cubs at the Asian Cat exhibit. Visit mom, dad, and
baby rhino at the new “Rare Rhinos of Africa” exhibit. Feed a goat, ride
a camel, or get a kiss from a sheep with six horns in the Hy-Vee
·Ingalls Homestead- De Smet - Welcome to Ingalls Homestead! Pa Ingalls set claim
to this quarter section in 1880. Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote many of her
Little House stories about this land. Plan an old-fashioned family day!
·Prehistoric Indian Village- Mitchell - The Village is an active research center and is a
National Historic Landmark. Visitors to the site can see the many
artifacts that have been excavated during the annual digs and they can
tour the dig site itself in the comfort of the Thomsen Center
Archeodome. There are plenty of hands-on activities for choldren,
including the Kids' Dig, where children can dig for a free arrowhead!
·Bramble Park Zoo -
Watertown - Explore animals in naturalistic dioramas in the Discovery
Center, tour the outside exhibits surrounded by beautiful landscaping
and feed the animals in the Children's Petting Zoo.
·Czech Days -
Tabor - CZECH DAYS--These two words are synonymous with fun, music,
entertainment, dancing, and traditional Czech foods. The celebration has
kept alive the heritage of the early founders of the little South Dakota
community who came to Tabor from Czechoslovakia as early as 1869.
·Shade Vineyard - Volga
- At Schadé Winery, we believe in Good Wine and Good Times! Our winery
is the very essence of South Dakota culture: relaxation, tranquil
scenery and welcoming faces. In the midst of all of this peace and
quiet, we put down the roots…in the form of grapevines.
·Bakker Crossing Golf Course
- Sioux Falls - Bakker Crossing is located 3 miles south of Sioux Falls
in a peaceful neighborhood. 18 holes of championship golf, a full
driving range, practice putting and chipping green and our Wild Winds
Grill await your presence. Whether you are looking to play 9 or 18 holes
recreationally, host a corporate event, or just enjoy a day of leisure,
Bakker Crossing will accommodate.
·Campbell Straw Built Museum - Carthage
- The Campbell Original Straw Bale Built Museum is a simple museum
dedicated to preserving South Dakota History. It is located in the small
town of Carthage, South Dakota, located approximately 30 miles north of
Interstate 90, deep in the heart of rural South Dakota.
·Oyate Trail- Yankton - Pronounced oh-YAH-tay, the word "oyate" means
"nation" in Lakota. The Oyate Trail is a trail of nations, where
·Heartland Country Corn Maze - Harrisburg -
Located southeast of Harrisburg, SD., Heartland Country Corn Maze offers
Fun for the whole Family! Enjoy a walk through the wonderful natural
environment provided by maturing corn. With a Maze Map and a list of
questions in hand, find your way to ten checkpoints which contain
·Dakota Connection Casino - Sisseton
- Dakota Nation Gaming Enterprise features all the gaming excitement you
could ask for! Play live Poker, Bingo, Blackjack, Craps and Roulette,
along with over 900 Slot Machines. Our luxurious Hotels, Restaurants,
Golf Course, and Convention Center are all housed within our facilities.
House - Watertown - The opera house, on the second floor of
the Goss block building above what was Kreiser’s drug Store for many
years, is the last reminder of an age in Watertown when theater played a
significant role in leisure life. After extensive restoration work, it’s
been brought back to its former luster as one of Watertown’s three opera
houses! The Goss is the last of the three.
·Valiant Vineyards - Vermillion
- Located on the Vermillion River and overlooking the Missouri River is
ideally situated close to downtown Vermillion, home of the University of
South Dakota. When you visit, you are invited to taste our wines,
meander through the Tasting Room, and meet our staff.
·Washington Pavilion Museum - Sioux Falls
- The Washington Pavilion is the region’s home for the arts,
entertainment and science. Located in a beautifully renovated historic
building in downtown Sioux Falls, it is one of only a few facilities in
the world to bring together under one roof the performing arts, visual
arts, interactive science and educational opportunities.
·Porter Sculpture Park -
Montrose - Wayne Porter is a metal sculptor who was born in 1959 in
South Dakota. He grew up in St. Lawrence, a small town in central South
Dakota, and learned to weld in his father's blacksmith shop. He made his
first piece of art at the age of 12, a bronze metal horse.
·Ft Sisseton State Park - Lake City
- Relive the western frontier. Named after the nearby Sisseton Indian
Tribe, this historic fort is now a picturesque state park that unfolds
the area's past. Walk the grounds where the officers' quarters, stone
barracks, powder magazine, guard house, and other buildings that remain
from time of the western frontier.
Speedway - Miller - Miller Speedway, formerly known as
Central Speedway, has taken care to honor its history. We have kept the
best of the old while making improvements in safety and creature
comforts. Much research and planning went into preserving the original
track. Thanks to the many residents of Miller, countless racers and
fans, for their wise and enthusiastic counsel.
·Wilde Prairie Winery - Brandon
- Located on a family farm located just west of beautiful Splitrock
Creek on wonderful rolling hills perfect for growing grapes. We produce
many fun wines, among them our Dandelion Wine. This year was a bumper
crop as you have probably noticed with all the patches of yellow all
over the state.
·Heritage Museum - Freeman - The Heritage Hall Museum is dedicated to the
preservation of rare articles used by our ancestors on the way to our
standard of living today. It is our desire to leave a record for our
children's children to understand and learn from their ancestors.
·Coddington County Museum- Watertown - The Codington County Historical Society is
dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Codington County and
the Coteau des Prairie region of northeastern South Dakota.
·Dakota Dunes Country
Club - Dakota Dunes - Designed by golf legend Arnold
Palmer, Dakota Dunes Golf Course located in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota
has been rated the best in the state by both Golf Digest and Golf Week.
Nestled among the wooded dunes and along the Missouri River, the 18 hole
championship course encompasses 7,165 yards of fairways and greens
dotted with lakes and many strategically located bunkers.
·Strawbale Winery - Sioux Falls
- Imagine a winery in South Dakota, made of strawbales. The remarkable
insulating properties of strawbales means we are able to reduce the
energy needs of the winery and recreate the controlled environment of
the cellars and caves that have always played an important part in the
maturation of great wine.
Redlin Center- Watertown - Terry Redlin's interest in out-of-doors
themes can be traced to his childhood in Watertown, South Dakota. Few
artists can rival the standards of excellence achieved by Master Artist
Terry Redlin over the past 25 years. He is truly one of the country's
most widely collected painters of wildlife and Americana.
Falls Jazz & Blues - Sioux Falls - It is the mission of
the Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Society to increase the awareness of jazz
and blues music in the Sioux Falls community and region, through musical
events and education.
·Lake Herman State Park -
Madison - Melting glacial ice formed this 1,350-acre lake thousands of
years ago. Lake Herman State Park is located on a peninsula and offers
visitors spectacular views of Lake Herman. Camping, boating, fishing,
and cross country skiing are favorite activities at the park. Observe
wildlife in the native oak woodlands and prairie grasses that inhabitat
a variety of birds and animals.
·Great Bear Park - Sioux Falls
- Great Bear Ski Valley in Sioux Falls is the #1 hotspot for winter
sports in Eastern South Dakota. It’s a place your whole family can
enjoy, with everything from downhill and cross country skiing to
snowboarding, tubing and snow-shoeing. In short, we're the place you
want to be this winter, and we’re just three miles from Sioux Falls!
·1880 Town - Murdo - Walk down Main Street of this 1880 town and explore
more than 30 buildings authentically furnished with thousands of relics.
Enjoy the rolling terrain of a sprawling homestead and envision life on
·Lake Hiddenwood State Park - Selby
- Melting glaciers carved the valley of Hiddenwood Creek. Traditionally,
this area was home for several American Indian tribes. Early explorers
crossed this area on their way between Big Stone Lake and the Rocky
Mountains. The first European settlers named the area because no trees
were visible on the vast prairie until they reached the crest of the
hills overlooking the valley.
Camp Cabins- Rosebud - Discover and explore South Dakota's
best kept secrets. Crazy Horse Canyon and Salt Camp Cabins and B&B
located at the "Heart of the Rosebud Sioux Reservation". Hiking,
hunting, ATV trails, abundant wildlife, pow-wows and historical tours.
Furnished private cabins, teepees, B&B at the main house. Relax and
enjoy a healthy dose of Rosebud hospitality.
·Halverson Hunts - Kennebeck
- For 25 years Halverson Hunts has been offering the finest hunting for
"wild" ringneck pheasants available anywhere. We have worked hard to
earn our reputation as the premier pheasant hunting destination in North
Lake Historical Society - Timber Lake - See a bit of the
Old West, examine fossils close up, or puzzle over the mystery object,
the “Iron Hands” all at the Timber Lake and Area Museum. Admission to
the museum is free, though we do accept “free will” donations.
·Pike Haven Resort - Pierre
- A popular full-service resort where you will find trophy fishing,
prime hunting and memorable family fun. Located within the bluffs
overlooking the famous Lake Oahe, Pike Haven offers location and
hospitality second to none. Our guests are treated to great
multi-species fishing for walleye, salmon, small mouth and pike. Prime
South Dakota pheasant hunts are enjoyed throughout the fall and winter.
·Dakota Sunset Museum - Gettysburg - The Dakota Sunset Museum
features the 40-ton Medicine Rock, which was originally located 15 miles
west of Gettysburg near the Missouri River. Imbedded with human
footprints and handprints, this rock is considered sacred to the Lakota
people. In 1995, Lakota artist Del Iron Cloud painted murals at the
museum above the Medicine Rock, and around the Frankhauser big game
animal collection which includes the North American wild sheep "Grand
·Hillsview Golf Course - Pierre
- Hillsview Golf Course boasts one of the premier practice facilities in
the state. In addition to a large practice range, Hillsview GC has two
practice greens and a 50-yard short game area with grass and sand
bunkers. A golfer of any ability can create and practice any shot that
may arise during their round.
Museum - Wall - This narrative museum tells the story of a
small band of Lakota families who became the focus of the last major
military operation of the U.S. army in its centuries-long effort to
subdue the Native American tirbes.
·State Historical Museum - Pierre
- South Dakota travel might not include a tropical beach, but you might
just have a good time anyway.
Lakota Museum- Chamberlain - The Akta Lakota Museum &
Cultural Center, an educational outreach of St. Joseph’s Indian School,
is committed to promoting the knowledge and understanding of the
Northern Plains Indian Culture past, present and future, through the
preservation of historical artifacts and contemporary works of art.
·Lone Tree Trails - Witten - Lone
Tree Trails is the commercial wildlife enterprise of Ferguson Farms. The
owners, Bill and Joan Ferguson, began observing wild pheasant behavior
on their South Dakota farm in 1975. As the technology of farming changed
over the years, they noticed certain practices enhanced the
survivability of this great bird. By combining beneficial farming
practices with enhanced year round habitat, wild pheasant populations
now number in thousands.
·Discovery Center & Aquarium- Pierre - Our vision is to be a center which creates curiosity
in children, inspires teachers and motivates citizens so that they will
seek scientific knowledge and value a healthy environment.
·Grand River Casino- Mobridge - Grand River Casino was opened in March of 1994,
and has worked hard to maintain a high level of gaming quality and
service. The Casino is owned by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. The
Casino is located 2 miles west of Mobridge on Highway 12. Normal
operating hours are 24/7.
·SD Tractor Museum - Kimball
- Here you will find historic tractors, automoblies, and other farm
machinery that has been restored and put on display by local farmers and
mechanics. The museum is also home to an old windmill, an outdoor
toilet, a one-room country school, blacksmith shop, and a barn full of
horse-driven farm equipment. The museum charges no admission fee, but
donations are welcome.
·Oahe Speedway -
Pierre - What is a drag race? In basic terms, a drag race is an
acceleration contest from a standing start between two vehicles over a
measured distance. The accepted standard for that distance is a
·Cedar Shore Resort - Chamberlain
- Cedar Shore Resort is a full-service resort accommodating your family
getaway or a romantic setting for two. Tucked in the bluffs of the
Missouri River, enjoy serene views from sunrise to sunset. Dine. Drink.
Relax. If you never leave the outdoor deck, we understand.
Casino - Lower Brule - The Lower Brule Sioux Tribe invites
you to visit our Golden Buffalo Casino, just 15 miles north of I-90
(Reliance exit) on the Native American Scenic Byway.
·Pheasant View Lodge - Dallas
- Pheasant View Lodge is located within the infamous "Golden Triangle"
(aka Pheasant Capital) of South Dakota Pheasant Hunting in the triangle
between the towns of Winner, Gregory, and Chamberlan. Located in South
Central South Dakota, the warmer climate along with excelent land
management has made Pheasant View Lodge a coveted hunting spot within
the Golden Triangle.
·Badlands Ranch and Resort - Interior
- Here at the Badlands Ranch and Resort, we offer a total of 1000 acres
within the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation for your enjoyment. 236 acres
encompasses the camping and lodging area and the rest embodies the
beauty of the White River, the flats of the Prairie and a small piece of
·Oohs and Oz- Aberdeen - Just over the rainbow in Wylie Park, you'll find
Aberdeen's magical theme park, Storybook Land. Follow the Yellow Brick
Road to a land of enchantment which includes more than 65 larger than
life nursery rhyme-themed exhibits. Visit a medieval castle, complete
with moat and guarded by knights in armor.
·Bridge City- Mobridge - On the scenic banks of the Missouri River, Mobridge is
Lake Oahe’s finest destination. Whether it’s enjoying our world-class
hunting and fishing, retracing the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and
Sitting Bull or shopping on our vintage Main Street, Mobridge has
something for everyone to enjoy.
·Native Discovery - Eagle Butte
- South Dakota is a major homeland of the Lakota/Nakota/Dakota peoples
of the Great Plains and includes 9 tribes.
·Wall Drug - Wall
- The Wall Drug Store got its start during the Depression years by
offering Free Ice Water to thirsty travelers. From their beginning in
1931 to today, the family-owned and run business continues what their
reputation was and is built on — giving friendly service to the public!
·Harer Lodge B&B - Gettysburg
- Nestled in the heart of the South Dakota prairie, the Harer Lodge and
Bed & Breakfast provides a relaxing and entertaining atmosphere for
travelers and sportsmen. Patrons can enjoy a variety of activities
ranging from fishing and hunting at nearby Lake Oahe, to bird watching
or just relaxing & listening to the sun go down.
·Blue Blanket Creek Lodge - Glenham - For South Dakota hunting and
fishing you'll want to be near or on the Missouri River. Mobridge South
Dakota is the prefered destination for the true ourdoorsman. Make Blue
Blanket Creek Lodge your lodging accomodation of choice. Pack your
fishing and hunting equipment and head to Mobridge, SD.
Campers Campground - Chamberlain - This campground is about
3 miles from the Missouri River on Lake Francis Case. This area is known
for excellent fishing and hunting. Many people enjoy water sports in
pure clean water. There are several public accessible boat docks.