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Rapid City and the Badlands (75 miles apart on Interstate-90) combine for a great list of must-do stops.
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Along with epic scenery and plenty of family activities, Custer State Park in the Black Hills offers a resort setup with four places to stay.
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From the carvings on Mount Rushmore to the surreal Badlands and the jagged peaks of Custer State Park, this South Dakota area is rich with history and natural beauty.
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Walk in the footsteps of "Little House on the Prairie" author Laura Ingalls Wilder in De Smet (population: 1,200; 56 miles southwest of Watertown).
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Western South Dakota's squiggly, wiggly roads offer scenic drive paradise.
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The Black Hills’ rugged granite formations, clear streams and labyrinthine caves possess a captivating beauty. Days quickly fill with hiking, fishing, exploring Native American history and tracking...
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A sculpture-filled downtown, a famous park and nearby outdoor rec funnel visitors to South Dakota’s biggest metro, Sioux Falls.
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An historic downtown, picturesque parks and zoo fill the town (population: 21,300) best known for its famous resident, artist Terry Redlin.
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Whether you take your trip by car, foot, canoe or kayak, you'll keep the spirit of adventure alive in South Dakota's Missouri River Valley.

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