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A unique straw bale constructed SD winery. Tucked away between a 100-year-old barn, shelter belt, and grape vines, this winery, its farm setting and surroundings may remind you of a simpler time. Wine tastings available during business hours.
Contemporary Lodge set high in the forests of the Black Hills. Peaceful surroundings with great views and close to all of the National Parks, Monuments, and visitor sites.
Located at the gateway to the beautiful Black Hills. We are your base camp headquarters for a perfect Black Hills visit.
Museum complex exhibits American Indian, pioneer settlement and Depression era life. Works of art by Charles Hargens, Oscar Howe, Harvey Dunn and many others on exhibit. Kids explore Discovery Land!
Centrally located with-in walking distance of shops, restaurants, & the Mickelson Trail. Amenities include expanded continental breakfast, indoor heated pool, guest laundry & sitting room, WIFI, guest computer, games, books, puzzles, & more.
We are a Geology Museum that focuses on paleontology in South Dakota and minerals from around the world. We are located at the center of the South Dakota School of Mines Campus.
In operation since 1989 Casey's offer's the widest range of vehicles in the Black Hill's area, from sedan's (Compact / Midsize / Fullsize) thru Van's and pickup trucks we have a vehicle for your every need.
10,000 acre scenic ranch. Trail rides,hiking,spearfishing,cattledrives, feed deer fawns, buffalo, kayak,hunt, fish, drive tractors, ranch work, roping, lodging, meals, fossil hunting, campfires, archery, gun range,excape the city life!
Comfortable, convenient and clean! This campground within the city limits of Sioux Falls will surprise you with it's spacious park-like setting.
We offer world class hunting, lodging and food at a very reasonable price. We are located in south central South Dakota. The hunting in this area is second to none. You will have access to over one million acres of hunting land.
Head to South Dakota on your next family vacation or getaway! This unique Midwest state is full of natural beauty and interesting things to do and see. Check out all the great accommodations and tours we have on RealAdventures.com to help you plan your South Dakota vacation.
The most popular tourist attraction in South Dakota is Mount Rushmore. This is the world’s largest mountain carving and features the faces of four past American presidents: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. There are plenty of bed and breakfasts, cabins and hotels to stay at in Rushmore, South Dakota.
Next stop, Sioux Falls, home to the Big Sioux River, surrounded by state parks, where you can hike, bike and camp in the summer months. Take a canoe ride or kayak down the River and check out the River’s main attraction, The Falls! The Falls are large waterfalls in the river, and since it is rare to see a waterfall in the Great Plains, you won’t want to miss your chance to catch a glimpse of this great natural wonder. Head to the city of Sioux Falls, where you can enjoy shopping, dining, luxury resorts and hotels, and big city entertainment year round!
There are six state parks in the Black Hills area of South Dakota, making a South Dakota vacation perfect for nature lovers and camping enthusiasts. The Black Hills are located on the Great Plains and provide over 100 miles of scenic byways, trails, and wildlife. Try some of the nation-wide famous fishing and hunting during your South Dakota travels! Another famous state park you can stop at, is the Badlands National Park. This park is home to many different types of wildlife such as, the bighorn sheep and the black-toed ferret. Badlands National Park is also well known for the immense amount of fossils that have been found there over the years.
Go cave exploring at Wind Cave National Park in Hot Springs or gold mining in the Black Hills area! South Dakota offers a one-of-a-kind vacation experience! There are many great travel options to enjoy during your trip to South Dakota. Come check it out today!