Travel north along the Lewis and Clark Trail to Platte. It was in this area that Lewis and Clark recorded seeing smoldering "volcanic" bluffs along the river.
Travel to Chamberlain via Highway 50 and Interstate 90 and tour the Akta Lakota Museum, which houses Native American artifacts and art. A replica of Lewis and Clark’s keelboat can be seen at the Interstate 90 Information Center. Also available in Chamberlain: boat rentals and horseback riding.
From Chamberlain, take Highway 50 north to BIA Highway 4, BIA Highway 10 and then Highway 1806 north as you follow the Native American National Scenic Byway. Choices in this area include tribal casinos at Fort Thompson and Lower Brule, a Lakota culture camp at Lower Brule, or a stop at the Buffalo Interpretive Center on Highway 1806 just seven miles south of Fort Pierre. Overnight in Pierre/Fort Pierre.