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From the rolling prairies and glittering lakes to the granite peaks and towering pines, South Dakota’s landscapes are both diverse and beautiful.

Our cities and destinations are just as unique, from old western towns to bustling cities and everything in between, South Dakota four distinct regions help you create a lifetime of memories.

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Western Region: Badands National Park

Western Region

The Black Hills & Badlands region has unique scenery and one of the largest concentrations of National Parks, monuments, memorials and caves in the Midwest.

Central Region: Missouri River near Pierre

Central Region

South Dakota’s Missouri River provides more than 440 miles of waterways for boating, fishing, sailing, swimming and windsurfing on the river and its four reservoirs.

Belvidere Oral Parmelee
Martin Antelope Hill City
Vale Oelrichs Wanblee
Nisland Silver City Stoneville

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Mound City Stickney Winner
Herreid Java Dupree
Letcher Agar Morristown
Pollock Harrold Selby

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Northeast Region: Rolling Prairies

Northeast Region

If you love the great outdoors, you’ll love the fresh glacial lakes and prairies of northeastern South Dakota.

Southeast Region: Falls Park in Sioux Falls

Southeast Region

In southeastern South Dakota, every landmark tells a story and every event captures the spirit of the people.

Ipswich Wessington Springs Wolsey
Columbia Carpenter South Shore
Goodwin Hecla Wilmot
Florence Britton Hoven

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Egan Spink Dakota Dunes
Fulton Burbank Tabor
Delmont Baltic Renner
Yankton Canova Tyndall

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