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Enjoy Epic South Dakota Adventures
From Rapid City through Pierre to Sioux Falls, your journey through the Mount Rushmore State will be mesmerizing and adventurous. Visitors will enjoy the expansive rural landscapes of the Badlands, Black Hills and Great Plains, incredible national parks, an impressive list of universities, and many historic sites.
Explore the historic gold rush country of the Black Hills and attractions like the Blacks Hills Central Railroad, and take in some wonderful wild-west winter scenery in Deadwood. South Dakota is also rich in native history, like the town of Wounded Knee and the Crazy Horse Memorial.
The Badlands and Black Hills offer some of the most amazing territory for bikers and drivers alike. From the state’s capital city of
Pierre to Rapid City, Sturgis, Deadwood, Custer, and more, this region is a rider’s paradise. This area offers a fascinating blend of
natural beauty – from flat prairie grasslands to rugged, majestic mountains – and historic sites from Native American Battlefields to Mt. Rushmore.
You’ll find much to see and do during when you visit South Dakota. You’ll find charming cities and unique fairs, festivals, and events happening all year-round. Sioux Falls is no doubt one of the premier cities to visit. it’s home to premium attractions sure to entertain all members of the family, like The Great Plains Zoo and the Heartland Country Corn Maze. Your Sioux Falls adventure should include a visit Falls Park for Germanfest. Enjoy a variety of Bavarian-themed food options, live music, dancing, and games for the kids.
While visiting South Dakota, why not check out the Lewis & Clark Trail? From 1804 to 1806, Meriwether Lewis & William Clark explored the “frontier” located along the Missouri River. This area including north through the Dakotas and westward toward the Pacific Ocean. South Dakota was a big part of their trip, so let's follow the Lewis & Clark Trail. The preserve in South Dakota covers 1,500 acres and includes native prairie, plenty of wildlife, and miles of trails for hiking, biking, or cross-country skiing.
Plan your next adventure through The Mount Rushmore State and experience it all firsthand.