Dedicated by President Kennedy in 1962, the Oahe Dam controls the waters surrounded by Lake Oahe’s 2,250 miles of shoreline. More than a million people, annually, visit the country’s fourth-largest reservoir.
South Dakota’s cultural roots unfold when following the Missouri River through the lands of five Native American tribes. The route follows Highway 37 at Running Water north to Highway 1806 near Kenel in the north central part of the state.
From sailboats and houseboats to kayaks and canoes, there are many ways to play.
Just go with the flow.
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