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Solve a mystery at Cedar Point's new attraction this summer, learn about Wisconsin's agriculture industry in Manitowoc and check out a new literary festival in Minneapolis.
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South Dakota's Corn Palace is putting the finishing touches on its newest mural.
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October 2 marks the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Today, the National Trails System includes 11 National Scenic Trails, 19...
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For the classic summer road trip, head to South Dakota’s Black Hills. Our 2018 Road Rally checked every box in the land of granite presidents, mythical (maybe) jackalopes and the site of Wild Bill’s...
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In South Dakota’s Black Hills, snow paves the way for rugged, secluded experiences.
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Confronting racism, poverty and pollution, Sioux rapper Frank Waln finds hope for the indigenous identity.
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At the site where Sitting Bull died resisting U.S. forces in 1890, pilgrims leave offerings at the base of a tombstone-like marker. For most, this is the middle of nowhere; for others, the heart of...
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With patriotic charm, Old West adventure, sweeping history lessons, stunning scenery, caves and paleontology, and wildlife galore, South Dakota’s Black Hills is one of America’s greatest family...
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Hiking, biking, kayaking and horseback riding are among the active adventures awaiting visitors to South Dakota's Black Hills and Badlands. Here are 10 of our favorite ways to enjoy the area.

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