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Attractions Central SD

Verendrye Museum

The Verendrye Museum, located in Fort Pierre, South Dakota, is dedicated to documenting the early history of the Fort Pierre area, and to preserving artifacts from that era. Named for

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Hall of Fame

The South Dakota Hall of Fame honors those who contribute to the success of the state of South Dakota. Located in Chamberlain, it’s a quick stop off the interstate and

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Great Bear

When the weather turns cold, the fun heats up in South Dakota, and Great Bear is the destination for winter fun in the eastern part of the state.  With downhill

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Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village

Discovering a modern city’s ancient inhabitants Most written histories will tell you that the area now known as Mitchell, S.D., was first settled in the 1870s by enterprising white settlers

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Terry Peak

With elevations of between 5,900 to over 7,000 feet, Terry Peak has the potential for more snow than almost anywhere else in the region.  If for some reason Mother Nature

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Goss Opera House

The restored Goss Opera House and Gallery has hosted a wide variety of art and entertainment – from Second City comedy tour to the South Dakota Chamber Orchestra, from nationally

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Mystic Miner

The summit of Deer Mountain towers at 6,850 feet, and the Mystic Miner Ski Resort has a total of 44 trails for winter recreation and fun.  One of the premier

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Water Parks

When Mother Nature turns up the heat, you need to find a way to cool off, and South Dakota has plenty of options.  Whether you prefer the dramatic drops of

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Skiing

When the snow is falling and the temperatures are dropping, it’s time to hit South Dakota’s ski and winter sports resorts.  With options on the western and eastern sides of

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PowWows

A Powwow, or Wacipi (pronounced wa-chee-pee), is a Native American celebration where a tribe gets together to dance, sing, spend time together, and honor the Native American culture.  It is