For those who don’t want to sacrifice the conveniences and comforts of home, a hotel or motel is a popular lodging choice. From national chains to charming, historic buildings, South Dakota offers thousands of hotels. Common amenities include easy access to sightseeing tours, public transportation, on-site restaurants and lounges, laundry services, Cable television, Internet connectivity, and more. Accommodations range from small, economical motel rooms to luxurious penthouse hotel suites. Learn more.
Outdoorsy types can experience the wonders of nature by sleeping beneath the stars at one of the state’s many campgrounds. Most offer tent sites, RV hook-ups, laundry and restroom facilities, on-site restaurants and convenience stores, and close proximity to lakes, rivers, and parks. Learn more.
Looking for a more intimate, down-home experience on your South Dakota trip? Try a rustic bed and breakfast. These cozy retreats combine personalized attention, scenic surroundings, and a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere. You’ll also benefit from the owner’s familiarity with the outlying area—he or she can recommend the best places for sightseeing, dining, and shopping. Learn more.
Want to get away from it all without sacrificing everyday luxuries? Try one of South Dakota’s resorts or lodges. These unique retreats combine the finer things in life with the beauty and relaxation of nature. Learn more.
For those planning an extended vacation or seeking a place to maintain as a corporate retreat, a rental cabin, apartment or condominium may be a viable option. There are plenty of rental properties available in South Dakota’s premier communities. Learn more.