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Children’s Museum of South Dakota

In the charming town of Brookings, the Children’s Museum of South Dakota sits like a shining beacon on a hill as it provides the answer to every parent’s age old

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Catch the Wave at Wild Water West, Sioux Falls, SD

Spending time poolside or splashing around on a hot day are summertime staples. But for a full day of aquatic adventures, Wild Water West water park, located just west of

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Sioux Falls First Fridays

Sioux Fall is South Dakota’s most vibrant city, and in the summertime, you can enjoy some of the city’s unique culture on the first Friday of every month. Hosted by Downtown

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Woonsocket, SD

Hours of hunting can be spent around the countryside of Woonsocket.  Enjoy pheasant, deer, coyote, duck, and goose hunting. Woonsocket is the county seat for Sanborn County and the home

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Worthing, SD

From 1879 to present, small town living has embodied Worthing. With an estimated population of 900, Worthing has a 38.5 acre Industrial Park, elementary school and a strong local Fire

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Tulare, SD

The town of Tulare is located on Highway 281 approximately 36 miles northwest of Huron and 9 miles south of Redfield. History The town of Tulare grew from a small

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Wagner, SD

Wagner (pop 1675) is located in southeastern South Dakota. Wagner is a progressive agriculture community, well-known for it’s pheasant hunting and only ten minutes from The Fort Randall Dam (on

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Alcester, SD

A genuine “Small Town Treasure” nestled in the rolling hills of Union County South Dakota is the little city of Alcester. Only 40 minutes from either Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Belle Fourche, SD

Belle Fourche (French for “beautiful fork”) was named by French explorers when this area was owned by France, for the confluence of what is now know as the Belle Fourche

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Armour, SD

With a population of 782, Armour has an active community and memories preserved through many historic sights. Located in Douglas County, Armour is south of Interstate 90 on Highway 281.