Explore South Dakota

South Dakota, known for it's many natural wonders, offers endless opportunities for discovery and fun. Mount Rushmore, Black Hills, Badlands, the open prairie, excellent hunting & fishing are just some of the many things that make this state great.
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Great Faces. Great Places.

South Dakota is an incredibly unique state in that each region offers a completely different experience then the others. Check out each of the regions to see what each has to offer!


Western South Dakota

Featuring the Black Hills, Badlands, the Sturgis Rally. This region tends to be the most popular.


This region of South Dakota offers some of the best hunting and fishing in the entire central US. 

Eastern Region

The eastern region is home to the largest city in the state and provides visitors with a true "prairie" experience.

HOTELS / Lodging

South Dakota is loaded with excellent hotels, bed & breakfasts, camping and cabin rentals throughout the state. Here are some popular hotels located in the popular Rapid City/Deadwood areas.

National and State Parks

South Dakota is blessed with 6 national and over 50 state parks located all throughout the state. 

Recent Posts

Goss Opera House

Goss Opera House

The restored Goss Opera House and Gallery has hosted a wide variety of art and entertainment – from Second City comedy tour to the South Dakota Chamber Orchestra, from nationally acclaimed musicians to the Dinosaur Adventure exhibit currently on display.  The work...

Children’s Museum of South Dakota

Children’s Museum of South Dakota

In the charming town of Brookings, the Children's Museum of South Dakota sits like a shining beacon on a hill as it provides the answer to every parent's age old question “Well, what should we do with the kids today?” Straying from the typical ‘Quiet!' and...

Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village

Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village

Discovering a modern city's ancient inhabitants Most written histories will tell you that the area now known as Mitchell, S.D., was first settled in the 1870s by enterprising white settlers who were hoping to get in the path of the railroad's westward expansion....