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South Dakota's Great Places
PIERRE, S.D. – There is a place in South Dakota that combines interesting terrain with eerie legends. Sica* Hollow State Park, in the northeastern corner of the state, is one of South Dakota’s Great Places.
PIERRE, S.D. – There is a unique place in South Dakota that combines rugged limestone cliffs, rushing waterfalls, and a forest-lined creek. Spearfish Canyon in the Black Hills has long been a Great Place in South Dakota.
PIERRE, S.D. – One of South Dakota’s Great Places is the second largest state park in America, home to one of the world’s largest publicly-owned bison herds, and known for interesting landscapes. It is Custer State Park, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
PIERRE, S.D. – There are few places where one can stand in nearly the same spot where the explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stood.
PIERRE, S.D. – In the Black Hills of South Dakota there is one point that stands well above the rest. At an elevation of 7,242 ft. above sea level, Harney Peak towers over the pine tree clad hills and is one of South Dakota’s Great Places.
PIERRE, S.D. – There is a place in South Dakota that 250 people call home. Though this community is small, it is filled with history showcasing the way life once was. The Geddes Historic District in Geddes is a Great Place in South Dakota.
PIERRE, S.D. – Among the glacial lakes and prairies in the northeastern corner of South Dakota lies Aberdeen. Within Aberdeen you’ll find a land where childhood never dies and fairytales become reality.
PIERRE, S.D. – Amid bustling Rapid City, there is a place where favorite childhood stories live. Rapid City’s Storybook Island is one of South Dakota’s Great Places.
PIERRE, S.D. – The Redlin Art Center in Watertown, South Dakota is home to more than 150 original oil paintings by one of America’s most popular artists, Terry Redlin. This is one of South Dakota’s Great Places.
PIERRE, S.D. – For more than 80 years, a historic town has played host to one of South Dakota’s great events. Deadwood, a revived Old West and gold mining town, fills with visitors the end of each July for the Days of ‘76 celebration.