Visit South Dakota
A unique historical fact about South Dakota is that it was once part of the Great Sioux Reservation established by President Lincoln in 1868. This reservation spanned across several states including North and South Dakota until General George Armstrong Custer's expedition discovered gold in 1874 leading to its dissolution for settlement purposes. Regardless of its past, today South Dakota provides tourists with an abundance of places to explore such as Deadwood (a former gold rush town established during the late 1800s) or Wind Cave National Park (the world's sixth longest cave). Whether you are looking for outdoor adventure or cultural exploration - there are always plenty of exciting things to discover throughout The Mount Rushmore State!
Cities in South Dakota
Hot Springs, Box Elder, Dell Rapids, Lane, Rapid City, Britton, White, Bushnell, Fort Thompson, Hartford, Bison, Canton, Albee, Big Stone City, Ipswich, Baltic, Buffalo, Vilas, Armour, Beresford, Harrisburg, Sioux Falls, Dakota Dunes, Fort Pierre, Clark, Colonial Pine Hills, Dupree, Tea, Hermosa, Howard, Redfield, Alexandria, Platte, Mission, Garretson, Lower Brule, White Rock, Ward, Pine Ridge, Lennox, Artesian, Rosebud, Yale, White Lake, Porcupine, Volga, Sisseton, Long Hollow, Kennebec, Onida, Astoria, Vermillion, Richland, Pierre, Clear Lake, Belle Fourche, Lemmon, Custer, Chamberlain, De Smet ...